His claim proved to be a prediction on Sunday as he won from Sangrur Lok Sabha seat. Aam Aadmi Party His first election victory in 23 years.
Mann defeated his nearest rival, AAP’s Gurmel Singh, by a margin of 5,822 votes, in a major blow to the ruling party in Punjab, which had registered a landslide victory in the state elections three months ago and is hoping to retain the Sangrur Lok Sabha seat. Was getting it done. for the third time.
Incidentally, Mann’s last election victory in 1999 was also from Sangrur Lok Sabha constituency.
Talking to reporters in Sangrur after his victory, the SAD (Amritsar) leader said, “Many people used to laugh what Simranjit Singh Mann would do. They have been proved wrong today.
Mann thanked the voters for his victory.
“I am grateful to the voters of Sangrur for electing me as their representative in the Parliament. I will work hard to alleviate the suffering of farmers, agricultural labourers, traders and everyone in my area,” he said.
[borninshimlain1945studiedhere[1945मेंशिमलामेंजन्मेमाननेयहांपढ़ाईकीBishop Cotton School And completed his graduation from a government college in Chandigarh.
He joined the Indian Police Service (IPS) in 1967 and held various positions including Superintendent of Police (Vigilance), SP (HQ), Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Ferozepur; SSP Faridkot and Group Commandant of Central Industrial Security Force.
Mann has been a supporter of Khalistan and has been raising the issues of Sikhs and minorities at various forums.
Every year on June 6, he and his supporters gather inside the Golden Temple complex in Amritsar and raise pro-Khalistan slogans to mark whose anniversary. operation bluestar,
Operation Bluestar was done by? Indian Army To flush out terrorists hiding in the Golden Temple complex in June 1984.
Mann had resigned from the IPS in 1984 after Operation Bluestar.
He was elected to Lok Sabha from Tarn Taran in 1989 and from Sangrur in 1999.
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Mann contested the 2022 assembly elections from Amargarh seat and was defeated by AAP’s Jaswant Singh Gajjanmajra by a margin of 6,043 votes.
The Sangrur Lok Sabha seat was considered an AAP stronghold. The party had won all the nine assembly constituencies under the Sangrur parliamentary constituency – Lehra, Dirba, Barnala, Sunam, Bhadaur, Mahal Kalan, Malerkotla, Dhuri and Sangrur in the 2022 state elections.
Senior AAP leader and incumbent Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann had won the Sangrur seat in the 2014 and 2019 general elections.
The main issue of the SAD (Amritsar) president’s campaign for the Sangrur assembly by-election was the release of Sikh prisoners languishing in jails even after completion of their sentences.
He received overwhelming support, especially from rural areas including Muslim-majority Malerkotla.
Before Mann filed his nomination papers for the Sangrur bypoll, SAD chief Sukhbir Singh Badal, along with other leaders, had met him and urged him to support a candidate from the family of a Sikh prisoner. However, Mann rejected the request.
Badal’s party had fielded Kamaldeep Kaur, sister of Balwant Singh Rajoana, a convict in the murder case of former Punjab chief minister Beant Singh, in the Sangrur by-election.