Party’s Rajya Sabha MP Pratap Singh Bajwa will contest from Qadian meeting seat in Gurdaspur.
Former PCC president and marketing campaign committee chief Sunil Jakhar won’t contest the meeting polls and his nephew Sandeep Jakhar will contest the Abohar meeting seat as an alternative.
Similarly, Punjab minister Brahm Mohindra won’t contest and his son Mohit Mohindra will contest from Patiala rural meeting seat in his place.
Among different sitting Punjab ministers, Manpreet Singh Badal will contest from Bathinda Urban, Vijay Inder Singla from Sangrur, Razia Sultana from Malerkotla, Gurkirat Singh Kotli from Khanna, Rana Gurjit Singh from Kapurthala, Tript Rajinder Bajwa from Fatehgarh Churian, Randeep Singh Nabha from Amloh, Amarinder Singh Raja Warring from Gidderbaha, Pargat Singh from Jalandhar Cantt.
Other ministers like Sangat Singh Gilzian has been fielded from Urmar, Raj Kumar Verka from Amritsar West-SC, Sukhbinder Sarkaria from Rajasansi, Bharat Bhushan Ashu from Ludhiana West.
Former deputy chief minister Rajinder Kaur Bhattal has been fielded from Lehragaga.
The list was launched after the get together’s central election committee chaired by get together chief Sonia Gandhi cleared the names in its assembly held on Thursday.
Punjab assembly elections are slated in a single part on February 14 and the outcomes will likely be out on March 10.