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Lal Singh likely to float own party Going to start mass contact programme from Tuesday
4/16/2018 12:03:30 AM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Apr 15: After being forced to submit his papers for supporting the demand of CBI probe into Rassana rape cum murder case, Chowdhary Lal Singh BJP MLA from Basohli is all prepared to show his power to the 'weak BJP' leadership. Instead of silently accepting party's directions to maintain silence and sit into his house, Lal Singh has decided to start mass contact programme from Tuesday. Lal Singh will start his rallies from Satwari from early morning and reached Kathua in the evening.
He will cover the whole highway from Satwari to Kathua and addressed over a dozen rallies in Jammu, Samba and Kathua districts .
Credible sources said that already facing suffocated in the BJP, supporters of Lal Singh have been mounting pressure on him to quit BJP as well as MLAship to form his own political outfit. "First of all, we will go to the public to assess the situation only after that final decision regarding a new political outfit would be taken", one of the supporters of Lal Singh said on the condition of anonymity and disclosed that majority of his staunch supporters were of the view that it was appropriate time to say goodbye to the BJP.
Credible sources said that most of the Lal Singh's supporters are very much aware that at present atmosphere is against BJP so it is better to float own political outfit to fill the political vacuum because Singh has already gained sympathy of the people after his resignation on this issue
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