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Where they stand 2024: Lok Sabha poll puts AAP popularity, track record to test in Punjab

Chandigarh: As the campaigning for the Lok Sabha elections is picking up, the ruling Aam Aadmi Party is ready to fight on its performance and governance.

By fielding five ministers, three sitting MLAs, three imports from other parties, one political greenhorn and its chief spokesperson, the party is trying to put its best foot forward to win the maximum seats in the state, like it got in the 2022 Assembly elections.
Having quickly recovered from the embarrassment caused by its incumbent Jalandhar MP and party candidate Sushil Kumar Rinku, an import from the Congress, jumping ship to the BJP, the party brought in another turncoat Pawan Kumar Tinu from SAD as its candidate.

The AAP government, despite the initial hiccups, including the sensational murder of singer Sidhu Moosewala, has managed to stay out of controversy and focused on its agenda and fulfilled its guarantees given to voters before the Assembly elections.

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