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Key Winners And Losers In Punjab

Chandigarh, Mar 6: Following are some key results in Punjab: Punjab's Deputy Chief Minister and SAD President Sukhbir Singh Badal wins from Jalalabad seat by a margin of 50,289 votes. Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal

PTI [ Updated: March 06, 2012 19:05 IST ]
key winners and losers in punjab
key winners and losers in punjab

Chandigarh, Mar 6: Following are some key results in Punjab: 


Punjab's Deputy Chief Minister and SAD President Sukhbir Singh Badal wins from Jalalabad seat by a margin of 50,289 votes.

Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal retains his Lambi seat defeating his nearest Congress rival and cousin, Mahesh Inder Singh Badal, by a margin of 24,739 votes.

Punjab Congress president Capt Amarinder Singh's son Raninder Singh loses by 6,930 votes from Samana seat. Punjab BJP President Ashwani Sharma wins from Pathankot defeating his nearest Congress rival Raman Bhalla by a margin of 17,586 votes.

Former Indian Hockey captain and SAD candidate Pargat Singh wins from Jalandhar Cantt by defeating Congress rival Jagbir Singh Brar by a margin of 6,798 votes.

From Bathinda Rural, Darshan Singh of SAD beat Makhan Singh of Congress by a margin of 5,308 votes.

Sarooop Singla of SAD won from Bathinda Urban beating Harminder Singh Jassi of Congress by a margin of 6,645 votes. Jassi is a relative of Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh.

From Bhucho Mandi, Ajaib Singh Bhatti of Congress beat SAD's Pritam Singh by a margin of 1,288 votes.

Bhudladha assembly seat was won by Chatin Singh of SAD who beat Satpal Singh of Congress by 6,448 votes. From Chamkaur Sahib, Charanjit Singh Channi of Congress defeated Jagmeeet Kaur of SAD by 3,659 votes. From Dasuya, Amarjit Singh of BJP won defeating Ramesh Chander Dorgra of Congress by 6,223 votes.

Fazilka seat went to Surjit Kumar Jyani of BJP who beat Jaswinder Singh, an Independent candidate, by 1,692 votes. Ferozepur City was won by Parminder Singh Pinky of Congress who beat Sukhpal Singh of BJP by a margin of 21,353 votes.

From Garshankar, Surinder Singh of SAD beat Luv Kumar Goldy of Congress by 6,293 votes.

Gurmeet Singh Sodhi of Congress beat Vardev Singh of SAD from Guru Harsahai by a margin of 3,249 votes. From Jalandhar North, K D Bhandari of BJP beat Avtar Henry of Congress by 1,703 votes.

Jalandhar West was won by Chunni Lal Bhagat of BJP who defeated Congress' Suman Kaypee, wife of senior Congress leader Mohinder Singh Kaypee, by a margin of 1343 votes.

From Jandiala, Baljit Singh Jalal of SAD won beating Sardul Singh of Congress by 7290 votes. From Ludhiana East, Ranjit Singh Dhillon of SAD beat Gurmel Singh Pehalwan of Congress by 4571 votes. From Muktsar, Karan Kaur of Congress beat SAD's Kanwarjit Singh by a margin of 9255 votes.

Nakodar seat was won by Gurpratap Singh of SAD who beat Amarjit Singh Samra of Congress by 8592 votes.

Nawanshahr was won by Guriqbal Kaur of Congress who won defeating Satinder Kaur of SAD by 1759 votes. From Kadian, Charanjit Kaur Bajwa of Congress beat SAD's senior leader Sewa Singh Sekhwan by a margin of 16,156 votes.

From Raikot, Gurcharan Singh of Congress beat Bikramjit Singh of SAD by 3893 votes.

From Raja Sansi, Sukhbinder Sarkaria of Congress beat Veer Singh Lopoke of SAD by 1084 votes. From Sham Chorasi, Mohinder Kaur Josh of SAD beat Ram Lubaya of Congress by 5306 votes.

Sri Hargobindpur seat went to SAD's kitty, with Des Raj defeating Balwinder Singh Laddi of Congress by 7437 votes.

From Sujanpur, Dinesh Singh of BJP beat Naresh Puri, an Independent, by 23096 votes while Sangat Singh of Congress beat Arbinder Singh of SAD by a margin of 5529 votes from Urmar seat.

From Zira, Hari Singh of SAD beat Naresh Kumar of Congress by 11,967 votes.

SAD suffered a jolt from Sultanpur Lodhi in Kapurthala district when senior leader and Minister Dr Upinderjit Kaur lost to Navtej Singh of the Congress, who won by a margin of 4,298 votes.

From Adampur constituency in Jalandhar district, Pawan Kumar Tinoo of SAD defeated his Congress rival Satnam Singh Kainth by a margin of 19,306 votes.

From Sahnewal assembly constituency near Ludhiana, Sharanjit Singh Dhillon of SAD won by a margin of 21216 votes over Congress' Vikram Singh Bajwa.

From Barnala, Congress' Kewal Singh Dhillon retained the seat defeating Malkit Singh Kittu of Congress by a margin of 5,522 votes.

Amritsar West was bagged by Raj Kumar of Congress who beat BJP's Rakesh Gill by a margin of 11,591 votes.

Khadoor Sahib (SC) seat went to Congress' R S Sikki who defeated SAD's senior leader and sitting MLA from Navshera Panuan, Ranjit Singh Brahmpura, by a margin of 3,054 votes.

From Mohali, Balbir Singh Sidhu defeated SAD's Balwant Singh Ramoowalia by a margin of 16,756 votes. Gurdaspur went to SAD's Gurbachan Singh Babbehali who retained the seat defeating Congress' Raman Behl by a margin of 21,570 votes.

From Kartarpur segment, Sarwan Singh of SAD beat Jagjit Singh of Congress by a margin of 823 votes. Kotkapura in Faridkot district was won by Mantar Singh Brar of the SAD who defeated Congress' sitting MLA Ripjit Singh Brar by a margin of 18186 votes.

Rampura Phul in Bathinda was won by SAD's senior leader Sikander Singh Maluka, who defeated sitting MLA Gurpreet Singh Khanger of Congress by 5136 votes.

Punjab's Revenue Minister, Ajit Singh Kohar, sitting MLA from Lohia, defeated Col (retd) C D Kamboj of Congress from the Shahkot assembly segment by a margin of 5,435 votes.

From Jalandhar Central, BJP's senior leader and former Minister, Manoranjan Kalia won by a margin of 1,065 votes over his Congress rival Rajinder Beri.

Anandpur Sahib went to BJP when senior leader Madan Mohan Mittal defeated Kanwar Pal Singh of Congress by a margin of 7,886 votes.

From Phagwara, Som Prakash of the BJP defeated Balbir Kumar Sodhi of Congress by a margin of 14,579 votes.

People's Party of Punjab chief and four-time MLA Manpreet Singh Badal loses from Gidderbaha and Maur assembly seats.

From Moga, Congress' sitting MLA Joginder Pal Jain defeated former Punjab DGP and Shiromani Akali Dal candidate P S Gill by a margin of over 4,000 votes.

Senior SAD leader Parminder Singh Dhindsa emerged victorious from Sunam defeating his nearest Congress rival Aman Arora by over 4,000 votes.

Kuljit Singh Nagra of the Congress upset SAD General Secretary Prem Singh Chandumajra's applecart from Fatehgarh Sahib, winning by a margin of over 3,000 votes.

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