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Jagmeet Brar Not To Contest Punjab Assembly Elections

As per the media reports the Punjab unit Trinamool Congress (TMC) president Jagmeet Brar today said that he would confine himself to campaigning

All India Trinamool Congress Releases Third List of Candidates for Punjab Elections

The Punjab unit of the Trinamool Congress (TMC) here today released its third list of candidate for the state assembly election 2017 in a press conference at party head office at Chandigarh.

Punjab Polls 2017: Trinamool Congress Releases Its Second List With 10 Candidates

The Punjab unit of the Trinamool Congress released its second list of 10 candidates for the Punjab election 2017 here today in a press conference held

Punjab Polls 2017: TMC Comes Out With Its First List Of Candidates

Making its formal debut in Punjab the Trinamool Congress TMC convener Jagmeet Singh Brar released the party's first list of candidates

Jagmeet Brar Submits List of Candidates to Central Leadership of TMC in Delhi

Former MP & Punjab President of Trinamool Congress (TMC), Jagmeet Brar reportedly met Mukul Roy, MP & National Vice President of the TMC in Delhi yesterday to submit a detailed constituency wise assessment report and a list of probable candidates for the Vidhan Sabha elections in Punjab.

Jagmeet Brar Hails Navjot Sidhu for Not Forming Political Party

Jagmeet Singh Brar, Convenor of Pehlan Punjab Lok Hit Abhiyan who recently extended his unconditional support to AAP in Punjab has welcomed Awaaz-E-Punjab’s announcement of not forming a new political party.

Jagmeet Brar joins hands with the Aam Aadmi Party for Punjab Polls 2017

Former Congress leader Jagmeet Brar today announced to support the Aam Aadmi Party in the 2017 assembly elections. Addressing a joint press conference at sector 36 Chandigarh, Jagmeet Brar said that his Lok Hit Abhiyaan would support AAP for Punjab Polls 2017.

Jagmeet Brar again expelled from the Congress party

The Congress party yesterday (April 11) re-expelled it's leader and former MP Jagmeet Brar from the party for alleged anti-Party activists. The expulsion came two days after expelling former Punjab Deputy Speaker Bir Devinder Singh. Bir Devinder was also expelled for alleged anti-party activities.

Jagmeet Brar reinstated in Congress; Bajwa welcomes move

Jagmeet Singh Brar, who was put under suspension for his criticism against congress party president Sonia Gandhi and Party vice president Rahul Gandhi, was reinstated on August 7 (Friday). Revocation of Jagmeet Brar suspension came amidst an impending reshuffle in Punjab Congress leadership.

jagmeet Brar says ‘good-bye’ to Congress; Likely to join BJP

Punjab Congress leader Jagmeet Brar yesterday resigned from the Congress party. Media reports say he is likely to join the Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) next week.

Jagmeet Brar alleges “Match-fixing” between Congress and Badal Dal

Chandigarh/ Punjab (August 18, 2014): Congress leader Jagmeet Brar, who has been suspended by the party for his alleged indiscipline continues to shot his fires. He said that present leadership of Congress party in state was engaged in “match-fixing with the SAD (Badal)” a new party leadership was needed that could end this “match fixing”.

Congress party suspends Jagmeet Brar, Birender Singh

The Congress party today suspended two of it's senior state leaders - Jagmeet Singh Brar from Punjab and Birender Singh from Haryana.

Congress in-fight resounds in Punjab: Jagmit Brar hits back at Partap Bajwa

Jalandhar/ New Delhi (August 03, 2014): A day after Punjab Pardesh Congress Committee President Partap Singh Bajwa issued show cause notice against Jagmit Brar for for his utterances Sonia Gandi and Rahul Gadhi, Jagmeet Brar on August 3 hit back at Partap Singh Bajwa and asked him to "stick to the book and constitution of the party".

Sonia-Rahul should take 2 years break: Jagmit Brar; Punjab congress chief fire show-cause

Chandigarh (August 3, 2014): Punjab Congress president Partap Singh Bajwa issued a show-cause notice to senior party leader Jagmeet Brar on Saturday (August 02) after his statement that party chief Sonia Gandhi and vice-chief Rahul Gandhi should take a two-year break. Brar, who made the statement in Delhi on Friday, was told to explain his conduct by August 5.