Khalistan militant Jarnail Singh Bin, a candidate for Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) who won a bipole from Sangrur, home of Prime Minister Bhagwant Mann in Punjab, won his victory. He returned to Dranwel and said he would raise the issue of “Indian army atrocities.” In Congress.
Mr. Mann, who defeated the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidate, also said he would flag “killing tribesmen in Bihar and Chhattisgarh by calling them Naxalite.”
Congress expressed concern about his election, tweeted by party spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala. “Today, democracy has been lost in Sangruul.” “Punjab cannot be pushed back into the blind alleys of violence and terrorism. If what is reported is true, democracy was lost in Sangruul today,” Suljewara tweeted.
“As a result of the Sangrur, Punjab’s Bypole must act as a warning to all Punjab stakeholders,” said Jaiveer Shergill, a spokesperson for Congress.
“The missions given by the people have always been the best, and this time they have come to support Simranjit Singh Mann, but Mann’s ideology has proved to be toxic to Punjab and our country in the past. “His Khalistan agenda is Punjab and the country,” tweeted Parliamentary Ravneet Singh Bittu.