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Bhattal lambasts Dhindsa, Kudni

Patiala: With just a day to go for assembly elections, former Chief Minister and senior Congress leader Rajinder Kaur Bhattal, stepped up the offensive against rivals SAD candidate Parminder Singh Dhindsa and AAP nominee Jasbir Singh Kudni. Bhattal asked the people to vote for Congress in large numbers to ensure that both her rivals from

Capt, Bhattal, Manpreet in Cong list of 61

Seven new faces in the first list of 61 The party has skipped rebellion-marred constituencies in its first list. Name of All India Youth Congress president Raja Warring, who represents Gidderbaha Assembly, missing from the first list. Chandigarh: The Congress announced its first list of 61 candidates for the upcoming Punjab Assembly Elections on Thursday,

Bhattal condemns attack on Cong rally

Chandigarh: Senior Congress leader and chairperson of Congress Election Manifesto Committee Rajinder Kaur Bhattal has condemned the attack on Congress Motor-Cycle rally against the use of drugs by some anti-social elements at Amritsar on Sunday evening. Bhattal said Congress workers were taking out rally in the most peaceful manner when thy were suddenly attacked with

40 Congress leaders to travel to grassroots aboard ‘Punjab Congress Express’

Chandigarh: 40 Congress leaders the likes of Sunil Jakhar, Preneet Kaur, Rajinder Kaur Bhattal among others have been finalised to travel across the state to reach out to people for it’s upcoming Congress liao, Punjab bachao campaign These leaders will travel in a group of three to four in a specially designed mini bus named

Bhattal compelled to leave function after 30 mins

A function organised by Congress proved to be a total failure here on Saturday. The party was to get feedback from partymen and common people for preparing the party’s manifesto for forthcoming assembly elections next year.The party leaders present on the occasion included the party’s election campaign committee chairperson and former chief minister Rajinder Kaur


Congress will win 90 plus seats in coming Punjab assembly polls: Bhattal

Ludhiana: The Punjab Congress will form the next government in the state by winning more than 90 seats in Vidhan Sabha elections in 2017, said former Chief Minister Rajinder Kaur Bhattal. Bhattal was talking to mediapersons during her visit at the residence of Kulwant Singh Sidhu, in-charge of Atam Nagar constituency.Bhattal on Saturday said that

Bhattal asks activists to work hard for party

Ludhiana: Former Chief Minister and senior Congress leader Rajinder Kaur Bhattal has exhorted her party workers to work hard for the party and in return, promised prime posts to those who perform. Addressing a gathering during the workers meet of Ludhiana West constituency organised by MLA Bharat Bhushan Ashu, Bhattal said that only one leader

Kejriwal should change his name to ‘Maffiwal’, says Bhattal

Ludhiana: Taking a dig at Delhi chief Minister and national convener of Aam Aadmi party (AAP) Arvind Kejriwal, former chief minister Rajinder kaur Bhattal said that kejriwal and AAP leaders were now habitual of committing blunders and later apologies for that. Bhattal suggested that Kejriwal should change his name to “Maafiwal” as he has to

Bhattal declares Amarinder the CM face of Congress

Bathinda: Former Chief Minister Rajinder Kaur Bhattal on Monday showed an uncanny affection and regard for her ‘bête noir’ Captain Amarinder Singh, while clarifying that Punjab Congress would contest the Assembly polls 2017 under the leadership of Captain Amarinder Singh, while also declaring him the Chief Ministerial candidate. She was here to hold a meeting


Bhattal, Manpreet slug it out over beacons atop vehicles

Jalandhar: Punjab Congress Manifesto draft committee leaders, who reached out to the traders to gauge their mood ahead of the assembly elections ended up in difference of opinion over the issue of using ‘Red Beacons’ atop the cars of elected leaders. Committee chairperson Rajinder Kaur Bhattal and its convener Manpreet Badal remained ‘adamant’ on their

Captain Amarinder is ‘Saada Captain’ says Bhattal

Jalandhar: Presenting a united face with her ‘arch rival’, senior congress leader Rajinder Kaur Bhattal on Friday termed Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) chief Capt Amarinder Singh as ‘Saada Captain’ and said that he should be declared the Chief Ministerial candidate of the party. Bhattal went a step ahead in her adulation and said that Capt