DSGMC polls: Dikshit calls it religious, DPCC chief says administrative
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The SAD Badal faction swept the DSGMC elections winning 37 of 46 seats.
The Congress-backed Paramjit Singh Sarna group managed only eight seats compared to last election's tally of 27.
Punjab deputy chief minister Sukhbir Singh Badal and most of the state's cabinet had camped in Delhi for more than two weeks in a bid to wrench control of the Sikh community's second most powerful body in the country.
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