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Punjab Result 2022

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All Constituencies (117)

Constituencies Winner Victory Margin Runner Up
Sujanpur
Naresh-Puri INC
Dinesh Singh (Babbu) BJP
Bhoa
Lal-Chand AAP
Joginder Pal INC
Pathankot
Ashwani-Kumar-Sharma BJP
Amit Vij INC
Gurdaspur
Barindermeet-Singh-Pahra INC
Gurbachan Singh Babehali SAD
Dina Nagar
Aruna-Chaudhary INC
Shamsher Singh AAP
Qadian
Partap-Singh-Bajwa INC
Guriqbal Singh Mahal SAD
Batala
Amansher-Singh-(Shery-Kalsi) AAP
Ashwani Sekhri INC
Sri Hargobindpur
Amarpal-Singh AAP
Rajanbir Singh SAD
Fatehgarh Churian
Tript-Rajinder-Singh-Bajwa INC
Lakhbir Singh Lodhinangal SAD
Dera Baba Nanak
Sukhjinder-Singh-Randhawa INC
Ravikaran Singh Kahlon SAD
Ajnala
Kuldeep-Singh-Dhaliwal AAP
Amarpal Singh Bonny Ajnala SAD
Raja Sansi
Sukhbinder-Singh-Sarkaria INC
Vir Singh Lopoke SAD
Majitha
Ganieve-Kaur-Majithia SAD
Sukhjinder Raj Singh (Lalli) AAP
Jandiala
Harbhajan-Singh-E.T.O. AAP
Sukhwinder Singh "Danny" Bandala INC
Amritsar North
Kunwar-Vijay-Pratap-Singh AAP
Anil Joshi SAD
Amritsar West
Dr.-Jasbir-Singh-Sandhu AAP
Raj Kumar Verka INC
Amritsar Central
Ajay-Gupta AAP
Om Parkash Soni INC
Amritsar East
Jeevan-Jyot-Kaur AAP
Navjot Singh Sidhu INC
Amritsar South
Inderbir-Singh-Nijjar AAP
Talbir Singh Gill SAD
Attari
Jaswinder-Singh AAP
Gulzar Singh Ranike SAD
Tarn Taran
Dr.-Kashmir-Singh-Sohal AAP
Harmeet Singh Sandhu SAD
Khem Karan
Sarvan-Singh-Dhun AAP
Virsa Singh Valtoha SAD
Patti
Laljit-Singh-Bhullar AAP
Adaish Partap Singh Kairon SAD
Khadoor Sahib
Manjinder-Singh-Lalpura AAP
Ramanjeet Singh Sahota Sikki INC
Baba Bakala
Dalbir-Singh-Tong AAP
Santokh Singh Bhalaipur INC
Bholath
Sukhpal-Singh-Khaira INC
Bibi Jagir Kaur SAD
Kapurthala
Rana-Gurjeet-Singh INC
Manju Rana AAP
Sultanpur Lodhi
Rana-Inder-Partap-Singh IND
Sajjan Singh Cheema AAP
Phagwara
Balwinder-Singh-Dhaliwal INC
Joginder Singh Mann AAP
Phillaur
Vikramjit-Singh-Chaudhary INC
Baldev Singh Khaira SAD
Nakodar
Inderjit-Kaur-Mann AAP
Gurpartap Singh Wadala SAD
Shahkot
Hardev-Singh-Laddi INC
Bachitar Singh Kohar SAD
Kartarpur
Balkar-Singh AAP
Chaudhary Surinder Singh INC
Jalandhar West
Sheetal-Angural AAP
Sushil Kumar Rinku INC
Jalandhar Central
Raman-Arora AAP
Rajinder Beri INC
Jalandhar North
Avtar-Singh-Junior INC
K D Bhandari BJP
Jalandhar Cantt.
Pargat-Singh-Powar INC
Surinder Singh Sodhi AAP
Adampur
Sukhwinder-Singh-Kotli INC
Pawan Kumar Tinu SAD
Mukerian
Jangi-Lal-Mahajan BJP
Prof. Gurdhian Singh Multani AAP
Dasuya
Karambir-Singh AAP
Arun Dogra INC
Urmar
Jasvir-Singh-Raja-Gill AAP
Sangat Singh Gilzian INC
Sham Chaurasi
Dr.Ravjot-Singh AAP
Pawan Kumar Adia INC
Hoshiarpur
Bram-Shanker-(Jimpa) AAP
Sunder Sham Arora INC
Chabbewal
Dr.-Raj-Kumar INC
Harminder Singh AAP
Garhshankar
Jai-Krishan AAP
Amarpreet Singh Lally INC
Banga
Sukhwinder-Kumar-Sukhi-Dr. SAD
Tarlochan Singh INC
Nawan Shahr
Dr.-Nachhatar-Pal BSP
Lalit Mohan Ballu AAP
Balachaur
Santosh-Kumari-Katariaa AAP
Sunita Rani SAD
Anandpur Sahib
Harjot-Singh-Bains AAP
Kanwar Pal Singh INC
Rupnagar
Dinesh-Kumar-Chadha AAP
Brinder Singh Dhillon INC
Chamkaur Sahib
Charanjit-Singh AAP
Charanjit Singh Channi INC
Kharar
Anmol-Gagan-Maan AAP
Ranjit Singh Gill SAD
S.A.S. Nagar
Kulwant-Singh AAP
Balbir Singh Sidhu INC
Bassi Pathana
Rupinder-Singh AAP
Gurpreet Singh INC
Fatehgarh Sahib
Lakhbir-Singh-Rai AAP
Kuljit Singh Nagra INC
Amloh
Gurinder-Singh-Garry-Birring AAP
Gurpreet Singh Raju Khanna SAD
Khanna
Tarunpreet-Singh-Sond AAP
Jasdeep Kaur Yadu SAD
Samrala
Jagtar-Singh-Diyalpura AAP
Paramjit Singh Dhillon SAD
Sahnewal
Hardeep-Singh-Mundian AAP
Vikram Singh Bajwa INC
Ludhiana East
Daljit-Singh-Grewal-(Bhola) AAP
Sanjeev Talwar INC
Ludhiana South
Rajinder-Pal-Kaur AAP
Satinderpal Singh Tajpuri BJP
Atam Nagar
Kulwant-Singh-Sidhu AAP
Kamaljit Singh Karwal INC
Ludhiana Central
Ashok-Parashar-(Pappi) AAP
Gurdev Sharma Debi BJP
Ludhiana West
Gurpreet-Bassi-Gogi AAP
Bharat Bhushan Ashu INC
Ludhiana North
Madan-Lal-Bagga AAP
Parveen Bansal BJP
Gill
Jiwan-Singh-Sangowal AAP
Darshan Singh Shivalik SAD
Payal
Manwinder-Singh-Giaspura AAP
Lakhvir Singh INC
Dakha
Manpreet-Singh-Ayali SAD
Capt. Sandeep Singh Sandhu INC
Raikot
Hakam-Singh-Thekedar AAP
Kamil Amar Singh INC
Jagraon
Sarvjit-Kaur-Manuke AAP
S.R. Kaler SAD
Nihal Singhwala
Manjit-Singh-Bilaspur AAP
Bhupinder Singh Sahoke INC
Bhagha Purana
Amritpal-Singh-Sukhanand AAP
Tirath Singh Mahla SAD
Moga
Dr.-Amandeep-Kaur-Arora AAP
Malvika Sood INC
Dharamkot
Devinderjeet-Singh-Laddi-Dhose AAP
Sukhjit Singh Kaka Lohgarh INC
Zira
Naresh-Kataria AAP
Janmeja Singh Sekhon SAD
Firozpur City
Ranbir-Singh AAP
Parminder Singh Pinki INC
Firozpur Rural
Rajneesh-Kumar-Dahiya AAP
Joginder Singh Jindu SAD
Guru Har Sahai
Fauja-Singh AAP
Vardev Singh SAD
Jalalabad
Jagdeep-Kamboj AAP
Sukhbir Singh Badal SAD
Fazilka
Narinder-Pal-Singh-Sawna AAP
Surjit Kumar Jyani BJP
Abohar
Sandeep-Jakhar INC
Kuldeep Kumar Alias Deep Kamboj AAP
Balluana
Amandeep-Singh-Musafir AAP
Vandana Sangwal BJP
Lambi
Gurmeet-Singh-Khudian AAP
Parkash Singh Badal SAD
Gidderbaha
Amrinder-Singh-Raja-Warring INC
Hardeep Singh Dimpy Dhillon SAD
Malout
Dr.-Baljit-Kaur AAP
Harpreet Singh SAD
Muktsar
Jagdeep-Singh-'Kaka-Brar' AAP
Kanwarjit Singh SAD
Faridkot
Gurdit-Singh-Sekhon AAP
Parambans Singh 'Bunty Romana' SAD
Kotkapura
Kultar-Singh-Sandhwan AAP
Ajaipal Singh Sandhu INC
Jaitu
Amolak-Singh AAP
Manjit Singh Alias Suba Singh SAD
Rampura Phul
Balkar-Singh-Sidhu AAP
Sikander Singh Maluka SAD
Bhucho Mandi
Jagsir-Singh AAP
Darshan Singh Kotfatta SAD
Bathinda Urban
Jagroop-Singh-Gill AAP
Manpreet Singh Badal INC
Bathinda Rural
Amit-Rattan-Kotfatta AAP
Parkash Singh Bhatti SAD
Talwandi Sabo
Prof.-Baljinder-Kaur AAP
Jeetmohinder Singh Sidhu SAD
Maur
Sukhveer-Singh-Maiserkhana AAP
Lakha Singh Sidhana IND
Mansa
Dr.Vijay-Singla AAP
Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu Moose Wala INC
Sardulgarh
Gurpreet-SIngh-Banawali AAP
Bikram Singh INC
Budhlada
Budh-Ram AAP
Dr. Nishan Singh Hakamwala SAD
Lehra
Barinder-Kumar-Goyal-Vakeel AAP
Parminder Singh Dhindsa SAD(S)
Dirba
Harpal-Singh-Cheema AAP
Gulzar Singh Moonak SAD
Sunam
Aman-Arora AAP
Jaswinder Singh Dhiman S/O Amarjit Singh INC
Bhadaur
Labh-Singh-Ugoke AAP
Charanjit Singh Channi INC
Barnala
Gurmeet-Singh-Meet-Hayer AAP
Kulwant Singh Keetu SAD
Mehal Kalan
Kulwant-Singh-Pandori AAP
Gurjant Singh Kattu SAD(A)(SSM)
Malerkotla
Mohammad-Jamil-Ur-Rahman AAP
Razia Sultana INC
Amargarh
Prof.-Jaswant-Singh-Gajjan-Majra AAP
Simranjit Singh Mann SAD(A)(SSM)
Dhuri
Bhagwant-Mann AAP
Dalvir Singh Goldy INC
Sangrur
Narinder-Kaur-Bharaj AAP
Vijay Inder Singla INC
Nabha
Gurdev-Singh-Dev-Maan AAP
Kabir Dass SAD
Patiala Rural
Dr.Balbir-Singh AAP
Mohit Mohindra INC
Rajpura
Neena-Mittal AAP
Jagdish Kumar Jagga BJP
Dera Bassi
Kuljit-Singh-Randhawa AAP
Deepinder Singh Dhillon INC
Ghanaur
Gurlal-Ghanaur AAP
Madan Lal INC
Sanour
Harmit-Singh-Pathanmajra AAP
Harinder Pal Singh Chandumajra SAD
Patiala
Ajit-Pal-Singh-Kohli AAP
Amarinder Singh PLCP
Samana
Chetan-Singh-Jouramajra AAP
Surjit Singh Rakhra SAD
Shutrana
Kulwant-Singh-Bazigar AAP
Vaninder Kaur Loomba SAD

[Punjab Election 2022]

Number theory: How parties used social media in Gujarat elections

Updated on Dec 14, 2022 10:49 AM IST

Digital campaigns are expected to play an increasingly important role in Indian elections as more Indians start using social media. An analysis of social media use in the recently concluded Gujarat elections, however, shows that all parties do not attach equal importance to this medium of campaign.

Representational image(PTI)
Representational image(PTI)
By, New Delhi

Who is Bhanuben Babariya? The only woman minister in Gujarat cabinet 2.0

Bhanuben Babariya defeated the AAP's Vashrambhai Sagathiya by a margin of 48,494 votes to win the Rajkot Rural seat in the recently concluded Gujarat assembly election.

Bhanuben Babariya during the oath taking ceremony in Gandhinagar, Gujarat on Monday, December 12, 2022. (Screengrab/Video/BJP Gujarat Twitter)
Bhanuben Babariya during the oath taking ceremony in Gandhinagar, Gujarat on Monday, December 12, 2022. (Screengrab/Video/BJP Gujarat Twitter)
Updated on Dec 12, 2022 04:38 PM IST
By, New Delhi

In Bhupendra Patel 2.0 cabinet, 16 ministers sworn in; only one woman | LIST

Gujarat cabinet ministers list: At full strength the cabinet is expected to have around 25-28 names, with around 10-12 of cabinet rank and the others of ministers of state (MoS) rank.

Outgoing (and incoming) Gujarat chief minister Bhupendra Patel addressesthe newly-elected BJP MLAs' at the party office in Gandhinagar on Saturday. (ANI Photo)
Outgoing (and incoming) Gujarat chief minister Bhupendra Patel addressesthe newly-elected BJP MLAs' at the party office in Gandhinagar on Saturday. (ANI Photo)
Updated on Dec 12, 2022 04:25 PM IST

Pratibha Singh, Sukhu and Mukesh Agnihotri among favourites for Himachal CM post

Deciding on a chief ministerial face that can unite the party in the state is an immediate challenge for the Congress. Pradesh Congress Committee chief Singh, 66, wife of former chief minister, late Virbhadra Singh, was seen by many in the state unit as a natural claimant for the top post.

Himachal Pradesh Congress president Pratibha Singh during a press conference, in Shimla (PTI)
Himachal Pradesh Congress president Pratibha Singh during a press conference, in Shimla (PTI)
Updated on Dec 11, 2022 07:14 AM IST
By, Shimla

PM Modi, Amit Shah to vote; Bhupendra Patel, Hardik among heavyweight candidates

Gujarat election phase 2: Heavyweight voters and equally heavyweight contestants are to watch out for as Gujarat readies for the second phase of the election. PM Modi, Amit Shah, Anandiben Patel will cast their votes, while cricketers Irfan Pathan, Hardik Pandya and Krunal Pandya are the other celebrity voters of this phase.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Union home minister Amit Shah at Gandhinagar on Sunday.(ANI)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Union home minister Amit Shah at Gandhinagar on Sunday.(ANI)
Published on Dec 04, 2022 10:17 PM IST

Gujarat assembly polls: Owaisi gets emotional over Bilkis Bano case

Bilkis Bano recently moved the Supreme Court against premature release of 11 men, sentenced to life in 2008 for her gang-rape and murder of seven family members.

President of the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMM) Asaduddin Owaisi gestures at a rally in Jamalpur area of Ahmedabad, ahead of Gujarat assembly elections.(AFP)
President of the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMM) Asaduddin Owaisi gestures at a rally in Jamalpur area of Ahmedabad, ahead of Gujarat assembly elections.(AFP)
Published on Dec 04, 2022 06:34 AM IST

Police complaint against Paresh Rawal over ‘cook fish for Bengalis’ remark

CPI(M) leader Mohammed Salim said the party lodged a police complaint against Paresh Rawal for allegedly spreading "hate speech" at a Gujarat rally.

Paresh Rawal's mention of Bengalis in his campaign speech triggers social media outrage.
Paresh Rawal's mention of Bengalis in his campaign speech triggers social media outrage.
Updated on Dec 04, 2022 01:32 PM IST
By | Reported by Joydeep Thakur

PM Modi mentions Kharge's 'Ravan' comment, says Congress never believed in Ram

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a rally in Gujarat's Kalol and said there is a competition in the Congress on who can abuse Modi more, referring to both the ‘aukaat’ and ‘Ravan’ remarks.

PM Modi referred to Mallikarjun Kharge's 'Raavan' comment and said Congress never believed in Ram.
PM Modi referred to Mallikarjun Kharge's 'Raavan' comment and said Congress never believed in Ram.
Updated on Dec 01, 2022 01:14 PM IST

We told them 'target terrorism', they aimed at Modi: PM's big charge at Congress

Congress leader cried for terrorists when the Batla house encounter took place in Delhi, PM Modi said without naming Sonia Gandhi. “No one can forget how Congress used to put all its effort to release terrorists,” PM Modi said in Gujarat.

I told them 'target terrorism', they targetted me: PM Modi's big charge at Congress
I told them 'target terrorism', they targetted me: PM Modi's big charge at Congress
Published on Nov 27, 2022 05:46 PM IST

Himachal: Shanta Kumar bats for ‘one nation, one election’

Veteran BJP leader Shanta Kumar says all political parties remain entangled in the poll process and spend crores during the elections, which are held in one or the other state every year

Veteran BJP leader Shanta Kumar on Saturday batted for ‘one nation, one election’, saying that it would save billions of rupees and give time to the government to channel its energy towards real issues. (HT file photo)
Veteran BJP leader Shanta Kumar on Saturday batted for ‘one nation, one election’, saying that it would save billions of rupees and give time to the government to channel its energy towards real issues. (HT file photo)
Published on Nov 26, 2022 10:46 PM IST
By, Dharamshala
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