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PUNJAB CONGRESS CHIEF AMARINDER SINGH RAJA WARRING FILES NOMINATION PAPERS FOR LUDHIANA PARLIAMENTARY SEAT

Ludhiana: Today, Punjab Congress President Amarinder Singh Raja Warring marked a significant milestone in his electoral journey by filing his nomination papers for the Ludhiana parliamentary seat. Accompanied by district presidents of the party’s urban and rural units, Warring submitted his candidacy papers with a commitment to serve the people of Ludhiana with utmost dedication and integrity. Among the notable attendees during the nomination filing was S. Balkaur Singh Sidhu, the father of renowned Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala. In a gesture of profound respect for the late Punjabi poet Surjit Patar, who recently passed away, Raja Warring chose to cancel his planned roadshow and show-of-strength rally. This demonstration of reverence underscores his deep appreciation for Punjab's cultural icons and his unwavering commitment to honouring their legacies. Speaking to the media after filing his nomination, Warring promised to eradicate gangsterism in Punjab. He said, “The brutal killing of Sidhu Moowewala is not just a tragedy; it’s a stark reminder of the pressing need to rid Punjab of the scourge and criminality. When elected to parliament, I vow to raise Moosewala’s case as a beacon for justice. Under the banner of Congress, we will relentlessly pursue eradication of gangsterism, ensuring that every citizen can live without fear.” Following the nomination filing, Raja Warring inaugurated the Congress' election office on Ferozepur Road, Ludhiana, strengthening grassroots mobilization and community engagement. Engaging directly with constituents, he traversed through various villages, including Narangwal, Mansuran, Sehzada, Lalton Kalan, Ayali Kalan, and Singhpura of Gill constituency. His interactions with the people reflected a sincere desire to understand their concerns and aspirations, reinforcing his pledge to be a responsive and accessible representative. Warring also had a meeting with Shahi Imam Punjab, Maulana Usman Ludhianavi, wherein they discussed the importance of fostering unity, harmony, and understanding across diverse communities—a cornerstone of Warring's political ethos. With his nomination papers filed and his campaign propelled by the energy of grassroots activism, Raja Warring emerges as a beacon of hope, unity, and progress for Ludhiana and beyond.

PUNJAB CONGRESS CHIEF AMARINDER SINGH RAJA WARRING FILES NOMINATION PAPERS FOR LUDHIANA PARLIAMENTARY SEAT
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