In consultation with Punjab BJP president, Vijay Sampla, party’s OBC Morcha state chief, Kewal Krishan Chauhan today announced the names of the new office-bearers of the OBC front. Balwinder Kumar from Amritsar, Jaswant Kaur from Patiala, Purshotam Saini from Pathankot and Shiv Dayal from Hoshiarpur have been appointed as Morcha’s vice-presidents.
Buta Singh from Moga and Gurdeep Singh from Kapurthala have been made general secretaries of the Morcha. Those who have been named as secretaries include Jatinder Singh from Faridkot, Ranjit Singh from Sangrur, Gurdas Soni from Muktsar, Kiranjeet Kaur from Rupnagar and Tarsem Lal from Gurdaspur and Treasurer Sh. Rajesh (Bittu) from Jalandhar .
The newly appointed district President of the Morcha include Purshotam Lal (Amritsar, Rural), Joginder Kumar (Amritsar, Urban), Ranjeet Singh (Barnala), Ranjeet Singh (Bathinda, Urban), Balbir Singh (Bathinda, Rural), Balwinder Singh (Faridkot), Shiv Ram (Fatehgarh Sahib), Kamal Kumar (Fazilka), Arminder Singh (Firozepur), Pawan kapoola (Gurdaspur), Mahinder Pal (Hoshiarpur), Gurdev Manohar (Jagraon), Vinod Jassal (Jalandhar Rural), Lalit Kumar (Jalandhar Urban), Amritk Singh (Ludhiana), Sunder Singh (Mansa), Harbhajan Singh (Mohali), Amrik Singh (Muktsar), Lakhveer Singh (Mukerian), Balbir Singh (Moga), Deepak Kumar (Nawanshahar), Rajesh Bhardwaj (Pathankot), Dalip Singh (Patiala Rural, North), Sita Ram (Patiala Rural,South), Taranjit Singh (Patiala, Urban), Ratan Kumar (Rupnagar), Jagdip Singh (Sangrur 1), Mukesh Verma (Sangrur 2) and Daljit Singh (TaranTarn)
Expanding his team, Morcha president, Kewal Krishan Chauhan also announced the members of the front’s state executive body. The new executive members include Sunil Singh, Jasbir Singh, Dharamveer Singh from Amritsar Urban, Charanjit Singh from Barnala, Neeraj Jaura, Dalu Ram, Harmail Singh and Sukhpal Singh from Bathinda Rural, Amrik Singh, Gurjan Singh from Faridkot, Rakesh Dhiman from Fatehgarh Sahib, Satpal Singh, Bihari lal, Manohar Lal, Daulat Ram, Nathu Ram from Fazilka, Balkar Singh, Charan Singh from Firozepur, Mangat Ram, Harmesh Lal, Prithavi Raj, Jagtar Singh from Hoshiarpur, Shemar Singh, Tejwant Singh from Jagraon, Gurdial Singh from Jalandhar Rural, Shushil Kumar Bhatti from Jalandhar Urban, Kulwinder Singh, kamaljit Singh from Jalandhar Rural (North), Shayam Ved from SAS Nagar, Harcharan Singh from Muktsar, Gurjit Pal Singh Mukerian, Pritam Singh from Moga, Sukhwinder Singh from Mansa, Sanjeev Singh, Surinder Kaur Patiala, Jeewan Kumar, Joginder Kumar from Rupnagar, Sunder Pal Singh, Sanjeev Kumar from Sangrur 1 and Gian Chand, Raj Singh from Sangrur 2.