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Punjab 2022

Election Summary

Total number of constituencies analyzed 117
Total candidates analyzed by NEW 1288
Candidates with declared criminal cases 321(25%)
Candidates with declared serious criminal cases 221(17%)
Crorepati candidates 527(41%)
Candidates who are graduate or above 490 (38%)
Candidates who have not declared PAN 50 (4%)
Total women candidates 91 (7%)
Total winners analyzed by NEW 117
Winners with declared criminal cases 58 (50%)
Winners with declared serious criminal cases 27 (23%)
Crorepati winners 87 (74%)
Winners who are graduate or above 68 (58%)
Winners who have not declared PAN 0 (0%)
Total women winners 13 (11%)

List of Candidates - NABHA (SC):PATIALA (Comparison Chart of Party Candidates)

SNo CandidateParty Criminal Cases Education Age Total Assets Liabilities
4 Gurdev Singh Dev Maan   Winner AAP 1 12th Pass52 Rs 53,58,709
~ 53 Lacs+
Rs 0
1 Balwant Singh IND 0 8th Pass45 Rs 3,15,000
~ 3 Lacs+
Rs 0
2 Barinder Kumar Sanyukt Sangharsh Party 2 Graduate36 Rs 49,37,490
~ 49 Lacs+
Rs 11,00,000
~ 11 Lacs+
3 Gulzar Khanna IND 1 12th Pass59 Rs 1,85,00,000
~ 1 Crore+
Rs 0
5 Gurpreet Singh Shahpur BJP 1 12th Pass44
6 Kabir Dass SAD 0 12th Pass63 Rs 16,79,80,489
~ 16 Crore+
Rs 1,11,63,287
~ 1 Crore+
7 Kashmir Singh CPI 0 Others54 Rs 23,90,000
~ 23 Lacs+
Rs 1,50,000
~ 1 Lacs+
8 Sadhu Singh INC 0 10th Pass61 Rs 2,03,50,489
~ 2 Crore+
Rs 30,77,428
~ 30 Lacs+

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