They were up-and-comers whom very few viewed in a serious way or went to considerable lengths to go meet. In any case, these six Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) competitors have ended up being goliath slayers in Punjab, sending home the huge wheels of Punjab governmental issues, including four previous boss clergymen.

At Crime India News, nonetheless, we made it a highlight meet some of them during the survey crusade. We should start with cell phone mechanics retailer Labh Singh Ugoke, who was the AAP candidate from Bhadaur, which CM Charanjit Singh Channi picked as one of the two spots to challenge from. At the point when Crime India News had found Ugoke in a little town in the supporters last month, he let us know that he was shocked the public media was looking for himself and that this was his first political race in the wake of functioning as a groundworker for AAP for the beyond couple of years. Ugoke is a protege of the new CM, Bhagwant Mann, and was living in a two-room abiding in a town in Bhadaur.


Then, at that point, take the instance of 50-year-old Jeevan Jyot Kaur, AAP's competitor in Amritsar (East) where many assumed the battle was between the large names, Navjot Singh Sidhu and Bikram Majithia. Yet, Kaur figured out how to beat the two of them on the seat. This is likewise Kaur's first political race and she drew AAP boss Arvind Kejriwal's consideration after her work as a 'cushion lady' in Punjab who gave sterile napkins to ladies in the state's prisons and has been a social laborer for north of twenty years. "I don't need Amritsar to turn into another Majithia," she had educated Crime India News regarding her battle. Kaur has ascended through the positions in AAP starting around 2015.