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Punjab Elections 2017: Captains face off likely as Amarinder Singh looks to contest against Punjab CM

DNA Mahatma GandhiMahatma Gandhi
Saturday, 14 January 2017 ()

Punjab Congress president Amarinder Singh on Saturday said he has sought the party high command's permission to fight the upcoming Assembly election from Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal's assembly constituency of Lambi to ensure the "total defeat" of the Akali leadership in the state.

Amarinder was talking to reporters here...
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News video: Punjab polls: Captain Amarinder promises reduction in petrol, cylinder and free bus travel for senior citizens

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Jalandhar, Jan 22 (ANI): Punjab Congress President Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday promised to equal the prices of LPG cylinder gas and petrol prices with other adjoining states if elected to power in the upcoming elections. Singh also assured free bus travel for all senior citizens, ex-servicemen...

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