AAP announces Bhagwant Mann as its CM candidate for Punjab polls

Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party’s public convenor Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday reported Bhagwant Mann as its chief ministerial candidate in front of the Punjab Assembly decisions which are planned for February.

The declaration was made by Kejriwal in Mohali. “Bhagwant Mann is my more youthful sibling. Had I named him, individuals would have brought up issues. Be that as it may, we asked individuals and we got in excess of 21 lakh reactions. All reviews anticipated AAP is winning races. Numerous respondents had proposed my name. 93.3 percent of respondents have proposed Bhagwant Mann’s name for CM face,” Kejriwal said declaring Mann’s name.

To this, Mann had told correspondents, “Kejriwal had proposed his name be pronounced as the CM face. I recommended individuals of the state ought to be inquired. Kejriwal consented to my idea. Individuals will be guaranteed of their decision.”

As indicated by a party chief, AAP got around 22 lakh reactions during its mission to choose the essence of its CM.

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Harpal Singh Cheema and Bhagwat Mann were the two noticeable names for thought for the following CM face of the party in Punjab. Individuals of Punjab were approached to give their decision through SMS, WhatsApp or voice message on a portable number given by the Aam Aadmi Party till 5 pm on Monday.

Last week, the Delhi boss priest had requested that individuals recommend names of their favored decision for boss ecclesiastical competitor, even as he demonstrated that his own inclination was Mann.

Arvind Kejriwal had apparently said that his party had chosen to handle its Punjab unit boss, Bhagwant Mann, as its boss ecclesiastical up-and-comer, however Mann had said that it ought to be individuals’ decision.

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