Harpal Singh Cheema (Photo Credit: AAP Digital )
New Delhi :
The Aam Aadmi Party's convoy in Punjab is increasing day by day. Popular and eminent people from every district are joining the party continuously. On Tuesday, the party got a big boost in Mohali and Fatehgarh Sahib when more than 50 people including senior Congress leader Tilak Raj Sharma and former secretary of Distt. Bar Association of Fatehgarh Sahib advocate Rahul Sharma joined the Aam Aadmi Party. They all were inducted and officially welcomed to Aam Aadmi Party by Harpal Singh Cheema, senior AAP leader and Leader of Opposition.Party spokesperson Malwinder Singh Kang, AAP in-charge of Anandpur Sahib Lok Sabha constituency Dr. Sunny Singh Ahluwalia and senior party leader Satish Saini were also present on the occasion.
Tilak Raj Sharma has been associated with the Congress party since 1996. He is considered an influential leader in Mohali. He joined AAP along with his family and associates on Tuesday. Sharma was accompanied by his partners Bhupinder Singh, Ranjit Singh, Varinder Sharma, Jaswinder Singh Saini, Manish Gulati, Surindra Singh, Ankit Sharma, Dhiraj Kumar, Maninder Singh, Manjit Singh, Krishan Singh, Sahil Sharma, Gurmeet Singh, Bittu Sharma, Harnek Singh, Satish Sharma, Mina Saini, Jagwinder Kaur, Rekha, Darshan Kaur, Nikita Sharma, Gurwinder Kaur, Oma Sharma, Surinder Kaur, Nirmal Kaur, Rakesh Kumar, Gurmeet Singh, Major Singh, Jasmeet Singh, Jai Pratap Singh, Sachin Sharma, Harsh Preet Singh, Ishaan Singh Gill, Sachin, Harbans Singh, Amandeep Singh, Khushpreet Singh, Vicky Sharma, Ricky Sharma, Harpreet Singh, Gurpreet Singh, Atinder Grewal, Jai Kumar, Harjinder Singh, Harnek Singh and many others, who joined the Aam Aadmi Party with him. Welcoming all the leaders to the party, Harpal Singh Cheema said that we welcome all the good people, who have Punjab’s best interest in their hearts, in the party.
The AAP's convoy, growing day by day, tells that this time the people of Punjab are fully determined to give a chance to Aam Aadmi Party in upcoming Assembly elections.