TORONTO: This time seven Punjabis, who have won the Ontario Provincial Parliament elections held on June 7, 2018, contested the provincial Assembly polls for the first time. Prabhmeet Singh Sarkari from Brampton South, Amarjot Singh Sandhu from Barampton West, Param Gill from Milton, Neena Tangri from Mississauga, Deepak Anand from Malton (all from PC Party) and Gurratan Singh from Barampton East, Sara Singh from Brampton Centre (both from NDP).The Progressive Conservative Party led by Doug Ford swept the polls by winning 76 seats. The NDP stood second by winning 39 seats whereas the Liberal Party was pushed to poor third who could only win 7 seats. The Green Party won one seat. Mohali born Deepak Anand, has won the MPP election from Missisauga, Ontario, Canda from Progressive Conservative Party ticket. The party has also won majority in the province of Ontario. Mohali Deepak Anand is a resident of Phase III A Mohali where his parents reside.Former president of Mohali Properties Consultants Association Shalinder Anand and Jatinder Anand (cashier, MPCA), along with parents of Deepak Anand today celebrated his victory in Phase-VII Mohali where whole Anand family was present. Deepak Anand’s father Sardar Lal-Anand and mother Santosh Anand said that the achievement of Deepas is matter of great pride for Punjab, Mohali and his family. He said that his son had done chemical engineering from Punjab University, Chandigarh and he shifted to Canada in 2000. He said that Deepak Anand was always involved in social service which ultimately has paved his election as MPP.
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