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BJP Mahila Morcha spokesperson continues campaign in Himachal Pradesh
BJP’s poll campaign based on performance, credibility and commitments: Ritika Trehan
11/9/2022 11:06:00 PM

Himachal Pradesh, Nov 9: BJP Mahila Morcha J&K Spokesperson Ritika Trehan on Wednesday said her party is running a positive poll campaign in Himachal Pradesh based on performance, credibility and commitments and not on empty promises like the Congress.”The BJP is going into this election on the performance of its government. On the fact that we are a double-engine government and we believe that Himachal Pradesh deserves to get more benefits of development,” Ritika Trehan said during her campaign for party candidate Dr Janak Singh. “Ours is a positive campaign based on performance, credibility and commitments, which are not like the empty promises of the Congress,” she said, adding that the BJP has this time announced a “historic manifesto” focused on women empowerment. Ritika also hit out at Himachal Pradesh Congress Chief Pratibha Singh over her reported comment that the BJP government misleads people in the name of Lord Ram.”It comes as no surprise to the BJP that the Congress leadership continues to play politics in the name of Lord Ram. For us, it is a matter of devotion and we are not surprised that the Congress is raising questions on the Ram mandir,” he said.
This is because “they are the people who actually questioned the existence of Lord Ram in an affidavit in the Supreme Court and went out of the way to see that the Ram mandir should not be built in any way,” Ritika claimed. Pratibha Singh’s statement should come as no surprise because “they are the ones who came up also with the false bogey of saffron terror”, she said and alleged that “they have always followed the politics of somehow trying to malign the Hindu community for their vote-bank politics”.The spokesperson also dismissed Congress leaders’ claim that corruption was rampant under the BJP government in the state. Ritika, however, said that “if the Congress is really serious about corruption, they could begin by first looking at their leadership in Himachal Pradesh and the national leadership”.”Both families face allegations of corruption, are facing investigation, and are out on bail,” Ritika said in an apparent reference to former chief minister Virbhadra Singh and the Gandhi family.
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