Lok Insaaf Party

political party in India

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Lok Insaaf Party
AbbreviationLIP
PresidentSimarjit Singh Bains
ChairpersonBalwinder Singh Bains
Founded28 October 2016[1]
(4 years, 33 days ago)
Alliance
  • AAP (2016-2018)
  • PDA (2018-Present)
Seats in Lok Sabha0/543
Seats in Rajya Sabha
0 / 245
Seats in Punjab Legislative Assembly
2 / 117

Lok Insaaf Party was founded by Simarjit Singh Bains.

It contested 2017 Punjab Legislative Assembly election on 5 seats in alliance with Aam Admi Party.[2]

It is a newly formed party before Punjab Assembly elections 2017. Currently it is part of Punjab Democratic Alliance.

2017 Punjab assembly election

LIP contested 2017 punjab assembly election on 5 seats. It formed coalition with Aam Aadmi Party.[3] Party able to get only 2 seats out of 5. It got 26.46% votes in 5 seats but 1.22% overall votes. Simarjit Singh Bains won Atam Nagar Assembly Constituency and Balwinder Singh Bains won the Ludhiana South Assembly Constituency.

2019 general election

In 2019 Indian general election party will contest on 3 Lok Sabha seats in Punjab as a member of Punjab Democratic Alliance.[4] Which are as follow :-

References

  1. ^ Bains brothers float Lok Insaaf Party
  2. ^ "Lok Insaaf party leader held, heroin seized". The Indian Express. 2018-03-24. Retrieved 2018-03-24.
  3. ^ "Bains brothers announced coalition with AAP". The Indian Express. 2019-01-27. Retrieved 2019-01-27.
  4. ^ "PDA will contest on 9 seats".
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