Punjab

Sukhpal Khaira appoints ad-hoc District Presidents of Punjabi Ekta Party (PEP)

Punjab Tribune Bureau | January 10, 2019 05:58 PM

Getting an overwhelming response to party from admirers, supporters, says Khaira

 CHANDIGARH- Sukhpal Singh Khaira President of Punjabi Ekta Party (PEP) today took a leap forward and appointed ad-hoc District Presidents of 31 districts (urban and rural) with an aim to assure active involvement of party cadre in the process of strengthening the party base all over the state. 

Sukhpal Singh Khaira while releasing the list of District Presidents said that PEP would soon appoint office bearers up to grass root level. He said that an overwhelmed response to new political outfit has encouraged him to surge forward with confidence. He said that all newly appointed district presidents have Volunteered to be part of the PEP and work selflessly for the cause of Punjab. He added that PEP would not impose para-shoot leaders and instead promote democratic values and give a fair chance to youth and women beside others.

Khaira assured people of Punjab that he would work sincerely to make Punjab a better place to live and restore rule of law. He said that he had seen internal practices of traditional parties like Congress, SAD and BJP and was extremely frustrated to see 'dictatorial' attitude of leaders sitting at helm of affairs. He called upon the people of the state to share responsibility with him to build a new Punjab and shun the corrupt parties. The thrust of PEP would be Punjabi unity irrespective of caste and creed, Khaira added.

The first meeting of newly appointed District Presidents has been convened at Chandigarh on 15th January, to discuss and plan further structure building and to begin ground level activity.


Following is the list of adhoc District Presidents of PEP

  1. Amritsar Urban - Suresh Sharma
  2. Amritsar-Rural - Jaswinder Singh Jahangir
  3. Barnala - Kuldeep Singh Kala Dhillon
  4. Batala - Anil Aggarwal 
  5. Bathinda Urban - Deepak Bansal
  6. Bathinda Rural - Rajpal Singh Sandhu
  7. Faridkot Rural - Master Makhan Singh
  8. Faridkot Urban - Mukesh Bhandari
  9. Fatehgarh Sahib - Lakhbir Singh Rai Advocate
  10. Fazilika - Upkar Jakhar
  11. Ferozepur - Gurmeet Singh Brar Ex- GM, LMB
  12. Gurdaspur Urban - Attar Singh Ex-Manager
  13. Gurdaspur Rural - Rajwant Singh Alisher
  14. Hoshiarpur - Madan Lal Sood
  15. Jalandhar Urban - Tarsem Saini
  16. Jalandhar Rural - Sarwan Singh Hayer
  17. Kapurthala - Karandeep Singh Khakh
  18. Ludhiana Urban - Col. Darshan Singh Dhillon
  19. Ludhiana Rural (1) - Malkit Singh (Khanna)
  20. Ludhiana Rural (2) – Manpreet Singh Gill
  21. Mansa - Bharpur Singh Sardulgarh
  22. Moga - Jagdeep Singh Brar
  23. Pathankot - Dr. Vinod Kumar Bhoa
  24. Patiala Urban - Varinder Kaushal Advocate
  25. Patiala Rural - Palwinder Kaur Hariaou
  26. Ropopnagar - Gurmail Singh Bara
  27. Sri Mukatsar Sahib - Jaswinder Singh Sandhu
  28. Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar - Balwant Singh Ladian
  29. SAS Nagar - Darshan Singh Dhaliwal
  30. Sangrur - Harpreet Singh Bajwa
  31. Tarn Taran - Sukhbir Singh Valtoha
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