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AAP Punjab General Secretary Barsat holds meeting with office bearers of various wings of the party

The Fact News Service
Chandigarh, January 24

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Punjab State General Secretary Harchand Singh Barsat today held an important meeting with all wing presidents at the party’s office in Chandigarh.

Apart from the president and office bearers of various wings, AAP Punjab Secretary Dr. Sunny Ahluwalia and Secretary Shaminder Singh Khinda were also present in this meeting of the organization held today.

Under the main agenda of the meeting, all the wing office bearers were encouraged to bring the pro-people policies of the Aam Aadmi Party government to the common people and implement them at the ground level.

Along with this, discussions were also held on strengthening the organization and drawing up the framework for the upcoming Jalandhar by-election.

In a statement issued by Harchand Singh Barsat, he said that the aim of every wing of the party is to work for the common people and on the basis of this work, they are given positions in the party. He invited the wing presidents to hold meetings at their level also to work for the solution of common people’s issues and strengthening of the organization.

In this meeting, former employee wing president Harbhajan Singh ETO, transport wing president Dalbir Singh, trade wing Raman Mittal and Anil Thakur, farmers wing president Gurjit Gill, business board president Vineet Verma, BC wing president Harjot Singh Hadana, SC wing President Amrik Singh Bangar, General Secretary Parminder Goldy from Youth Wing, Baljinder Kaur from Women Wing, Jagtar Singh Sanghera from Intellectual Wing, Abdul Bari Salmani from Minority Wing, Colonel Harjinder Singh Sarai from Ex-Army Cell, Surinder Singh Sodhi from Sports Wing and Justice Jora Singh of the Legal Wing attended the meeting.

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