Raina, Jugal, Ganga campaign for party in Ramgarh, Bari Brahamana, Vijaypur MCs

SAMBA: State President BJP, Ravinder Raina, Member Parliament, Jugal Kishore Sharma and Legislator, Chander Prakash Ganga, today conducted an extensive election campaign at Bari Brahamana, Ramgarh and Vijaypur Muncipal Committees with a fervent appeal to the people to come out in large numbers and cast their vote in favour of BJP candidates in view of the massive development registered in the Vijaypur Constituency during BJP rule.

"We are seeking vote for BJP on the basis of massive development registered in the State and the country as well being visible to all, and we firmly believe that the people are wise enough to choose a righteous and honest representative", they maintained while highlighting the achievements of BJP Government.

The State president, Ravinder Riana while affirming that only the victory of BJP would ensure holistic development of all three regions of the State, sought public support for an emphatic victory in these civic elections for party. He said that by casting their ballots in favour of a genuine and dedicated representative the people will give a befitting reply to those who had misled these innocents just to satiate their hunger for power.

Raina showered words of praise on local MLA for taking the development profile of Vijaypur Constituency towards new heights saying that this segment of the State has registered a notable transformation. "It is a matter of great satisfaction that the people of this area have full recognition for this achievement of BJP rule", he asserted.

MP Jugal Kishore Sharma, while addressing the people, expressed total satisfaction with the outstanding contribution of Ganga towards development of the Constituency and hoped that he will continue to work with the same spirit and enthusiasm for promoting interests of his people. He said that the local MLA is working day and night under a well knit strategy to see BJP emerge as the biggest winner in these elections.

Chander Praksh Ganga, while asserting that voting must be nourished and nurtured as a culture in the society, exhorted upon the people to demonstrate good citizenship and civil responsibility by ensuring full participation in the upcoming ULB elections. "When you choose not to vote, you are indirectly voting against democracy as it is more than just the core responsibility of citizenship; it is an act of defiance against malicious political forces determined to reduce access to democracy", the MLA maintained.

 

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