Vijay Sathi files nomination papers for Moga byelection

MOGA, February 2: Punjab Congress today presented a completely united face as the party candidate for the Moga byelection Vijay Sathi filed his nomination papers in the local Mini Secretariat. He was accompanied by senior party leaders, legislators and former ministers as he went to file his nomination papers here today.

Sathi was accompanied by Punjab Congress president Capt Amarinder Singh, Congress Working Committee member Jagmeet Singh Brar, AICC secretary Dr Vijay Lakshmi Sadho, Congress Legislative Party leader Sunil Jakhar, former Chief Minister Ms Rajinder Kaur Bhattal, Gurdaspur MP Partap Bajwa, Punjab Youth Congress president Vikram Chaudhary, Punjab Mahila Congress president Malti Thapar and other party leaders and MLAs.

The party leaders went to Sathi’s residence and led him to the office of the Returning Officer to file his nomination papers. Although leaders and workers from across the state had descended on Moga, but filing of nomination papers was kept a low key affair for the limit on the number of people who can accompany the candidate for filing his nomination papers.

Talking to reporters outside the Mini Secretariat after filing of nomination papers, PCC president Capt Amarinder said that the mood of the people was against the government in general and Joginderpal Jain in particular who had betrayed and let down over sixty thousands people of Moga who had voted for him in  the last elections.

Later Capt Amarinder, Jagmeet Brar, Ms Bhattal, Mr Jakhar and others expressed their gratitude to the party workers and leaders who had come to attend the function. They asked him to start working from today in their areas assigned to them. The party leaders expressed confidence that Congress will win this byelection by a record margin.

News Team

We are a citizen journalism news Web site based in INDIA,that aims to put a human face on the news by showcasing vivid, first-person stories from individuals involved in current events. "We are driven by the belief that writing in the first person is more compelling than traditional journalism because it almost always requires the inclusion of personality. Third-person “he-said-she-said” reporting can mask the truth while making the reporter’s prejudice appear objective. "We invite ordinary people to tell their stories and photographs for free, letting readers vote on their favourites. The highest-rated stories star on the web site’s main pages, netting citizen journalists’ names high ratings and exposure on web search engines.

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: