Amritsar: The division of seats in BJP, Punjab Lok Congress and Joint Akali Dal-Dhindsa has been announced for Punjab assembly elections. Announcing this, BJP National President JP Nadda said that BJP will field candidates in 65 seats and Punjab Lok Congress 37 seats in Punjab assembly elections.
Announcing on Monday, JP Nadda said that in the NDA alliance formed in Punjab, BJP, Punjab Lok Congress and Joint Akali Dal-Dhindsa are going to contest the Punjab Assembly elections together. Bjp will field joint Akali Dal-Dhindsa candidates in 65 seats, Punjab Lok Congress in 37 seats and 15 seats. Addressing a press conference, JP Nadda said that Punjab is a state on the border, it is very important to have a stable and strong government in Punjab for the security of the country.
He said that we know how Pakistan's actions have been for our country. We have seen that drug and weapon smuggling efforts are constantly happening from there. J P Nadda said, "Under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modiji, the country is moving at a very fast pace. Anti-national forces are constantly trying to derail it. It is always the intention of the anti-national forces to have a through the activity of Punjab in this derail.'