Simranjit Singh Mann and Bhagwant Mann.
The Aam Aadmi Party could not manage the basic problems of the Punjab and the party continued to seek outside help to avoid embarrassment. At the same time, the people of the Punjab do not see Simranjit as a threat.
After successfully shocking and instilling fear in its powerful opponents in assembly elections, Punjab (PunjabAam Aadmi party in Sangrur by-elections (Sangrur by-elections) hoping to repeat his performance. But the divided people (Aam Aadmi PartyExpressing his dissatisfaction, Simranjit Singh Mann, the head of pro-Khalistan Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar).Simranjeet Singh Mann) has voted. He worshiped God (Bhagwant MannHe won this seat of Lok Sabha by defeating Gurmel Singh of the Aam Aadmi party in the bastion of.
When Simranjit was adamant about bringing a kirpan to Parliament
The important thing about Simranjit, 77, is that he was an IPS officer who resigned in 1984 in protest of the support of separatist elements and Operation Blue Star. He returns to Parliament after two decades. The head of the SAD (Amritsar) had won from the seat of Tarn Taran Lok Sabha in 1989. In 1990 there was much commotion after his insistence on bringing a kirpan to Parliament. However, he resigned shortly after not obtaining his permission.
Many reasons are being given behind the defeat of the Aam Aadmi (AAP) party in Sangrur. Anti-incumbency, the assassination of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala and, of course, the weak candidate Gurmel Singh, a close collaborator of CM Mann, are the main reasons for the defeat. Simranjit dedicated his victory to the late actor turned activist Deep Sidhu and singer Moosewala. He claimed that Sidhu Musewala had “donated his blood to the Sikh community”. Simranjit’s pro-Khalistan stance does not surprise anyone. Shortly after defeating Sangrur Lok Sabha, he dedicated his victory to terrorist leader Khalistani Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, who was assassinated during Operation Blue Star.
Why were the by-elections held?
Due to the resignation of the Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann of the Lok Sabha, elections had to be held for the Sangrur assembly constituency. He was elected deputy in the assembly elections held in February. Bhagwant Mann had also won his Sangrur constituency in the 2014 and 2029 parliamentary elections.
Expert opinion on Simranjit’s pro-Khalistan stance
Rajeev Lochan, a professor at Punjab University, says the defeat of the AAP 100 days after coming to power simply means the party is not doing the kind of work people expect. Rajiv Lochan says: “The victory of Simranjit Singh Mann does not mean that it is a victory for Khalistan or that the people of the Punjab lean towards the Khalistani ideology. It simply means that the people are not satisfied with the work that the governing government.
He also said: “I clearly remember that Simranjit had said many years ago that he would foster the spirit of Khalistan through electoral democracy and that he would not follow the path of violence. If you look at the difference in votes, it is less than 6,000 votes, which does not indicate a major change.Anti-Musewala’s anti-incumbency and death have played an important role.Many years ago, Pratap Singh Kairon also lost the election in the first count against a little-known Jathedar. , as the vote count progressed, he won.This means that the people of the Punjab will expel anyone if they believe they are not working for their own good.
AAP could not handle the problems of the Punjab!
Political analyst Ronky Ram believes the incompetence of the Aam Aadmi party cost him dearly. Ronki Ram says: “There is a perception that the Aam Aadmi party did not handle the basic problems of the Punjab and the party continued to seek outside help to avoid embarrassment. The people of the Punjab do not see Simranjit as a threat.
He says three months ago people gave a direct message to the Aam Aadmi Party that we are getting rid of the traditional festivities. They hoped that the Aam Aadmi party would bring good government, a clear indication that they wanted change. In his view, the traditional parties conspired among themselves to govern the state. In just three months, people have the feeling that the AAP is not doing much on many important issues such as “sacrifice cases”. Many promises, especially about giving a state subsidy of 1,000 rupees to women, are only on paper.
He says Punjabis have become convinced that the government is run by people who work and live outside the state. Ram said: “Simranjit’s position in Bhindranwale will not be a problem as he will have to work within the scope of the Indian Constitution.” Different people see Bhindranwale from different perspectives.
Bhagwant Mann has many reasons for concern
Ashutosh, a professor at Punjab University, believes the idea that the Mann government is acting as someone’s proxy in Delhi has taken hold. Pro. Ashutosh says: “The victory of Simranjit Singh Mann after the agitation of the farmers and the separation of Akali Dal from the BJP reflects the instability that has come to define the policy of the Punjab. As for the Khalistan issue, I think non-panthic votes were split while panthic votes were organized.In the end, Professor Ashutosh says, “Congress, the Aam Aadmi Party and the BJP have gotten a large number of votes. However, the result is a leadership challenge for both AAP (AAP) and Shiromani Akali Dal, on the other. In the current situation, Bhagwant Mann has many reasons to worry, but he won twice from this constituency.