The process of political alliance in the state has intensified regarding the assembly elections going to be held in Punjab next year. In this episode, former CM Captain Amarinder Singh has formally announced an alliance with BJP for the Punjab Assembly elections. It is being told that the decision on the seat-sharing of Captain's new party Punjab Lok Congress and BJP can be taken soon.
Let us tell you that amid the ongoing discussion about the alliance for the Punjab Assembly elections, former CM Captain Amarinder Singh had reached Delhi to meet Union Minister and BJP's Punjab in-charge Gajendra Shekhawat. After this meeting, Captain Amarinder Singh said that an agreement has been reached between Punjab Lok Congress and BJP for the assembly elections. After the meeting, BJP leader Gajendra Shekhawat said that we will fight together with Amarinder Singh's party.
The Union Minister after the conversation said that I can say that it is certain that we will fight the elections together. Allotment of seat will be intimated in due course. At the same time, while claiming victory in the Punjab Assembly elections, Captain Amarinder Singh said that we are going to win 101 per cent of the elections, whenever there is a distribution of seats, winnability will be the biggest and only factor. In between, there will be a seat-vice discussion and there will be an agreement of seats.
Earlier in the past, Gajendra Singh Shekhawat had met Amarinder Singh in Chandigarh. It is known that after resigning from the post of Chief Minister of Punjab, Captain Amarinder Singh had formed the Punjab Lok Congress Party. Captain Amarinder had put a condition in front of the BJP to find a solution to the farmers' agitation for the alliance. After the end of the farmers' movement, Amarinder Singh had claimed to contest the elections with the BJP. BJP leader and Union Home Minister Amit Shah has also spoken of contesting the elections together with Amarinder Singh. Punjab Assembly elections are due in early next year.