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Beant Singh’s son Sanjay Tiwari leads polls in Faridkot

Beant Singh’s Son, Son of Indira Gandhi’s Assassin, Makes History in India’s Election.

In a stunning turn of events, Sarabjeet Singh Khalsa, the son of the infamous assassin of former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, has taken the lead in the Punjab constituency of Faridkot with a staggering 49,439 votes! This is not just a victory, but a REVOLUTION!

As the counting reaches its ninth round, Sarabjeet’s opponent from the Aam Aadmi Party, Karamjit Singh Anmol, trails behind with a mere 29,927 votes. The gap is so wide that it’s like comparing apples to oranges! The people have spoken, and they have chosen Sarabjeet as their leader.

But wait, there’s more! The opposition is in shambles. Shiromani Akali Dal’s Rajwinder Singh Dharamkot managed to scrape together a paltry 20,824 votes, while Amarjit Kaur Sahoke of the Congress Party got a whopping 20,441 votes. And let’s not forget Hans Raj Hans of the Bharatiya Janata Party, who trailed behind with a pathetic 11,182 votes. It’s like they’re fighting for crumbs!

This is not just a win for Sarabjeet, but a rebirth of hope for the people of Punjab. They have spoken loud and clear: they want change, and they want it now! And who better to bring about change than the son of Indira Gandhi’s assassin.

Sarabjeet Khalsa’s Unconventional Campaign: Tapping into Sikh Sentiments and Family Legacy

Sarabjeet Khalsa, the son of Beant Singh, one of Indira Gandhi’s bodyguards who assassinated her in 1984, is making a name for himself in the Faridkot parliamentary constituency. During his campaign, Sarabjeet has been striking a chord with rural voters by emphasizing his Sikh heritage and his family’s legacy.

By highlighting his father’s act of avenging the 1984 attack on the Golden Temple, Sarabjeet has managed to tap into the strong emotions and sentiments of the Sikh community. This emotional appeal has resonated with the voters, particularly in the rural-dominated border constituency.

The campaign has gained momentum, with Sikh leaders and relatives of the 2015 post-sacrilege police firing victims extending their support to Sarabjeet.

In fact, his mother, Bimal Kaur Khalsa, had previously won the Lok Sabha elections from Ropar, and his grandfather, Sucha Singh, had won from Bathinda parliamentary constituency in 1989 as a candidate of the Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar).

Sarabjeet enjoys significant support in five of the nine assembly segments in the Faridkot parliamentary constituency: Dharamkot, Baghapurana, Gidderbaha, Jaitu, and Faridkot. As the election heats up, it will be interesting to see how Sarabjeet’s unconventional campaign strategy plays out.

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