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Sukhbir announces first list of 15 candidates for DSGMC elections

HT correspondent  Chandigarh , December 27, 2012
First Published: 17:16 IST(27/12/2012) | Last Updated: 17:17 IST(27/12/2012)

The Shiromani Akali Dal president and Punjab deputy chief minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Thursday announced first list of 15 candidates for the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) elections.

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The nominees were announced on the recommendation of the recently constituted Screening Committee, led by party secretary general and MP Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa, after due consultations with the senior leaders of the Delhi unit of the party.

In a statement released from the Party Head office here on Thursday, the secretary and spokesman Daljit Singh Cheema said that the list of remaining candidates will also be released shortly.

List of  candidates announced

1 Chandni Chowk(Ward no.1) Jathedar Surjit Singh
2 Greater Kailash (Ward no.8) Manjit Singh G.K.
3 Kalkaji (Ward no.9) Harmit Singh Kalka
4 Shiv Nagar (Ward no.11) Onkar Singh Thapar
5 Sham Nagar (Ward no.12) Satnam Singh Aulakh
6 Rajinder Nagar(Ward no.14) Paramjit Singh Chandok
7 Rajouri Garden (Ward no.21) Harmanjit Singh
8 Wazirpur (Ward no.27) Ravinder Singh Khurana
9 Kamla Nagar (Ward no.34) Capt Inderpreet Singh
10 Pahar Ganj (Ward no.36) Kulmohan Singh
11 Pitampura (Ward no.37) M.P.S. Chadha
12 Shakti Nagar(Ward no.39) Harvinder Singh K.P.
13 Tibbia College (Ward no.41) Bibi Mandeep Kaur Bakshi
14 Hari Nagar (Ward no.42) Jathedar Avtar Singh Hitt
15 Dev Nagar (Ward no.43) Paramjit Singh Rana

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