Punjab Election 2022: Complete List of AAP Candidates, Check Names HERE

The term of the state assembly will end in March. The polls are scheduled to take place in a single phase on February 20, with the counting of votes scheduled for March 10.

Updated Date:January 22, 2022 1:16 AM IST

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Chandigarh: The Aam Aadmi Party's (AAP) on Friday released its last list of four candidates for the Punjab Assembly election 2022. Releasing the list, AAP's national spokesperson and party's Punjab affairs co-incharge, Raghav Chadha tweeted that with the latest list, the party has announced candidates on all 117 seats in the poll-bound state. As per the new list, AAP has fielded Amit Singh Manto from Sujanpur constituency, Manjinder Singh Lappura from Khadoor Sahib, KNS Kang from Dakha and Barinder Kumar Goyal from Lehra.

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Earlier, the party has informed that its Chief Ministerial candidate Bhagwant Mann will contest from Dhuri constituency that falls under Punjab's Sangrur district. Announcing Mann's candidature from Dhuri on Thursday, Chadha had said, "Mann is a pan-Punjab leader and will campaign for party candidates across the state. We are the only party to go into the polls with a CM face". He also said that Mann and Kejriwal form a formidable team.

Punjab Assembly Election 2022: Complete List of AAP Candidates

Constituency-Candidate Name

  1. Dhuri- Bhagwant Mann
  2. Garhshankar-Jai Kishan Roudi
  3. Jagraon-Saravjit Kaur Manuke
  4. Nihal Singh Wala- Manjeet Bilaspur
  5. Kotkapura- Kultar Singh Sandhwan
  6. Talwandi Sabo- Baljinder Kaur
  7. Budhlada- Principal Budhram
  8. Dirba- Harpal Singh Cheema
  9. Sunam- Aman Arora
  10. Barnala- Gurmeet Singh 'Meet' Hayer
  11. Mehal Kalan- Kulwant Pandori
  12. Pathankot- Vibhuti Sharma
  13. Gurdaspur- Raman Sahel
  14. Dina Nagar (SC)- Shamsher Singh
  15. Qadian- Jagroop Singh Sekhwan
  16. Batala- Sherry Kalsi
  17. Fatehgarh Churian- Balbir Singh Pannu
  18. Amritsar North- Kunwar Vijay Pratap
  19. Amritsar South- Dr. Inderbir Singh Nijjar
  20. Amritsar West- Dr Jasbir Singh
  21. Amritsar East- Jeevanjot Kaur
  22. Amritsar Central- Dr Ajay Gupta
  23. Patti- Laljit Singh Bhullar
  24. Kartarpur (SC)- DCP Balkar Singh
  25. Sham Chaurasi (SC)- Dr. Ravjot Singh
  26. Nawan Shahr- Lalit Mohan 'Ballu' Pathak
  27. Chabbewal- Harminder Singh Sandhu
  28. Balachaur- Santosh Kataria
  29. Bagha Purana- Amritpal Singh Sukhanand
  30. Bhucho Mandi- Master Jagsir Singh
  31. Jaitu- Amolak Singh
  32. Patiala Rural- Dr. Balbir Singh
  33. Patiala Urban- Ajitpal Singh Kohli
  34. Bholath- Ranjit Singh Rana
  35. Nakodar- Inderpt Kaur Maan
  36. Mukerian- Gurdhian Singh Multani
  37. Dasuya- Karamvir Singh Ghumman
  38. Urmur- Jasvir Singh Raja Gill
  39. Rupnagar- Dinesh Chadha
  40. Khanna- Tarunpreet Singh Sondh
  41. Raikot- Hakam Singh Thekedar
  42. Dharamkot- Devinder Singh Laddi Dhos
  43. Firozpur Rural- Rajnish Dahiya
  44. Firozpur City- Ranveer Singh Bhullar
  45. Balluana- Amandeep Singh 'Goldy' Musafir
  46. Kharar- Anmol Gagan Mann
  47. Ludhiana East- Daljit Singh 'Bhola' Grewal
  48. Ludhiana Central- Ashok 'Pappi' Prashar
  49. Ludhiana South- Rajinder Pal Kaur Chhina
  50. Ludhiana West- Gurpreet Singh Gogi
  51. Ludhiana North- Madan Lal Bagga
  52. Atam Nagar- Kulwant Singh Sidhu
  53. Payal (SC)- Manwinder Singh Gyaspura
  54. Zira- Naresh Kataria
  55. Faridkot- Gurdit Singh Sekhon
  56. Rampura Phul- Balkar Singh Sidhu
  57. Rajpura- Neena Mittal
  58. Sanour- Harmeet Singh Pathanmajran
  59. Samana- Chetan Singh Jormajra
  60. Gill (SC)- Jiwan Singh Sangowal
  61. Lambi- Gurmeet Singh Khudian
  62. Ghanaur- Gurlal Ghanour
  63. Sultanpur Lodhi- Sajjan Singh Cheema
  64. Phillaur- Principal Prem Kumar
  65. Hoshiarpur- Pandit Brahm Shankar Jimpa
  66. Ajnala- Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal
  67. Attari- ADC Jaswinder Singh
  68. Baba Bakala- Dalbir Singh Tong
  69. Jalalabad- Jagdeep 'Goldy' Kamboj
  70. Khemkaran- Sarwan Singh Dhun
  71. Sardulgarh- Gurpreet Singh Banawali
  72. Shutrana- Kulwant Singh Bazigar
  73. Mansa- Dr Vijay Singla
  74. Sangrur- Narinder Kaur Bharaj
  75. Dera Bassi- Kuljit Singh Randhawa
  76. Dera Baba Nanak- Gurdeep Singh Randhawa
  77. Raja Sansi- Baldev Singh Meadian
  78. Kapurthala- Manju Rana
  79. Shahkot- Rattan Singh Kakarkalan
  80. Jalandhar West- Sheetal Angural
  81. Adampur- Jeet Lai Bhatti
  82. Banga- Kuljit Singh Sarhal
  83. SAS Nagar- Kulwant Singh
  84. Bassi Pathana- Rupinder Singh Happy
  85. Amargarh- Jaswant Singh Gajjanmajra
  86. Nabha- Gurdev Singh Dev Mann
  87. Sri Anandpur Sahib- Harjot Singh Bains
  88. Sri Chamkaur Sahib- Dr Charanjit Singh
  89. Sri Hargobindpur- Advocate Amarpal Singh
  90. Sri Fatehgarh Sahib- Lakhbir Singh Rai
  91. Sri Muktsar Sahib- Jagdeep Singh 'Kaka' Brar
  92. Amloh- Gurinder Singh 'Garry' Birring
  93. Fazilka- Narinder Pal Singh Sawna
  94. Gidderbaha- Preetpal Sharma
  95. Maur- Sukhvir Maiser Khana
  96. Malerkotla- Dr Mohd. Zamil-Ur-Rehman
  97. Majitha- Sukhjinder Raj Singh Lalli Majithia
  98. Tarn Taran- Dr Kashmir Singh Sohal
  99. Jalandhar Cantt- Surinder Singh Sodhi
  100. Malout- Dr Baljit Kaur
  101. Jalandhar Central- Raman Arora
  102. Guru Har Sahai- Fauza Singh Sarari
  103. Abohar- Deep Kamboj
  104. Jalandhar North- Dinesh Dhal
  105. Samrala- Jagtar Singh
  106. Sahnewal- Hardeep Singh Mundian
  107. Moga- Dr Amandeep Kaur Arora
  108. Bathinda Rural- Amit Rattan Kotfatta
  109. Bathinda Urban- Jagroop Singh Gill
  110. Phagwara- Joginder Singh Maan
  111. Sujanpur- Amit Singh Manto
  112. Khadoor Sahib- Manjinder Singh Lappura
  113. Dakha- KNS Kang
  114. Lehra- Barinder Kumar Goyal
  115. Bhadaur (SC)- Labh Singh Ugoke
  116. Bhoa (SC)- Lal Chand Kataruchakk
  117. Jandiala (SC)- Harbhajan Singh ETO

The term of the state assembly will end in March. The polls are scheduled to take place in a single phase on February 20, with the counting of votes scheduled for March 10. In the 2017 Punjab Assembly polls, Congress won an absolute majority in the state by winning 77 seats and ousted the SAD-BJP government after 10 years. Aam Aadmi Party emerged as the second-largest party winning 20 seats in 117-member Punjab Legislative Assembly. The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) could only manage to win 15 seats while the BJP secured 3 seats.

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