Bains Brothers of Lok Insaf Party Merge with Congress, Boosting Party’s Prospects in Ludhiana

ByTV10 Punjab

May 13, 2024
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12 May
Sandeep Dhand Ludhiana

In a significant development for the Congress party in Ludhiana, Lok Insaf Party chief Simarjit Singh Bains and his brother Balwinder Singh Bains officially joined the Congress ranks, indicating a merger of their political entities. The induction ceremony, graced by senior Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, underscores the party’s commitment to broadening its base and fortifying its presence in key constituencies.

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Known for their influential sway in Ludhiana, the Bains brothers’ entry into the Congress fold is poised to bolster the party’s electoral prospects in the region. Expressing confidence in the Congress candidate from Ludhiana, Amarinder Singh Raja Waring, the Bains brothers affirmed their unwavering support and pledged to work tirelessly towards strengthening the Congress’s position.

Furthermore, they dismissed the Aam Aadmi Party’s relevance in Ludhiana, asserting that apart from the BJP and the Akali Dal, the Congress remains the dominant force in the political landscape of the city.

As Congress candidate Raja Waring prepares to file his nomination papers on Monday, anticipation mounts over the presence of the Bains brothers alongside him, signaling a united front and a formidable alliance in the forthcoming electoral contest. With the infusion of new leadership and strategic alliances, the Congress party in Ludhiana braces itself for an invigorated campaign as it vies for victory in the upcoming elections.