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Harsimrat Badal Blames BJP for Poor Poll of Badal-BJP alliance in Urban Areas

With the conclusion of the counting of votes for the Punjab state assembly election on 11th March 2017 has started a blame game between the SAD (Badal)

Kamal Sharma rejects media reports regarding Navjot Sidhu

A day after media reports claimed that Navjot Sidhu's name was being considered as next president of Punjab unit of Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP), BJP state chief Kamal Sharma rejected the media reports. He was talking to media persons at Ludhiana on July 13, 2015.

Jail transfers of Sikh political prisoners in Punjab irritates state BJP

State leadership of Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) has expressed it’s displeasure over Punjab government’s decision to allow jail transfers of Sikh political prisoners related to Punjab, who were jailed in other states of Indian subcontinent.

Saffron U-turn: Now Punjab BJP opposes release of Sikh Political Prisoners

Punjab's BJP leaders have opposed the premature release of Sikh political prisoners serving life term. With a clear announcement in this regard the saffron party has departed it’s ways from its ally Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal). SAD (B) has been urging other states and the central government of India to release certain Sikh political prisoners on humanitarian grounds.

Punjab BJP backs Longowal accord; Wants Chandigarh to be transferred to Punjab

Chandigarh, Punjab: Enthused by its electoral victories in Haryana and Maharashtra, state BJP chief Kamal Sharma said the BJP wanted Chandigarh to be transferred to Punjab. It also wanted an amicable solution to the river waters dispute with the neighbouring state. He was talking to a group of mediapersons at Chandigarh on October 23.

Aftershocks of LS results may add troubles to the relations of Punjab’s ruling allies

The astonishing performance by Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in Punjab has left Punjab's ruling allies shocked, as if it was political earthquake for them. The AAP’s political emergence in Punjab has made the Badal-BJP combine to introspect.