AAP Leader Labh Singh Ugoke, Who Defeated Charanjit Channi In Bhadaur, Says Channi Was Never An Aam Aadmi – What We Know!

AAP Leader Labh Singh Ugoke, Who Defeated Charanjit Channi In Bhadaur, Says Channi Was Never An Aam Aadmi

The Aam Aadmi Celebration, in its second try, swept the meeting polls in Punjab, profitable 92 seats of the 117 Meeting seats. The ballot consequence noticed many distinguished politicians, together with outgoing Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi and Akali Dal leaders shedding their seats to lesser-known candidates, largely from the Aam Aadmi Celebration.

Among the many large killers is 35-year-old Labh Singh Ugoke, a village cell restore store proprietor who defeated the incumbent Punjab Chief Minister from the Bhadaur Meeting constituency.

Chatting with NDTV, Mr Ugoke mentioned he was assured of defeating from the seat. Mr Channi, he mentioned, had misplaced join with the voters within the consitituency.

“Channi was by no means an aam aadmi. He didn’t work for the folks when he was made the chief minister, therefore folks used the jaddu and moved him out,” Mr Ugoke, who defeated Mr Channi by 37,558 votes, mentioned.

Mr Ugoke, who was thought of a greenhorn, mentioned he was assured of victory within the seat.

“I had full confidence within the folks of Bhaduar meeting. The folks right here didn’t need him to contest,” he mentioned.

Bhadaur was the second seat Charanjit Singh Channi contested from, aside from his conventional seat – Chamkaur Sahib.

There additionally, the outgoing Chief Minister bit the mud, shedding by 7,942 votes to AAP candidate.

The AAP gained landlide in Punjab, , profitable 92 of the 117 Meeting seats, in a file second to solely that of an Akali Dal-BJP joint tally in 1997. The AAP’s rating matched the Akali Dal’s determine of 92 from that election.

Whereas AAP scored three-fourths of the seats, the Congress gained 18, SAD 3, BJP 2 and BSP 1. An Unbiased additionally emerged victorious.

AAP will now kind its second authorities within the nation after the one led by Arvind Kejriwal in Delhi.