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Lal Singh avoiding attack on Prime Minister!
4/9/2024 11:16:21 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Apr 9: The ongoing campaign for the prestigious Udhampur-Doda Lok Sabha seat has taken an interesting turn as Congress candidate Choudhary Lal Singh is avoiding touching national issues while his rival BJP candidate Dr. Jitendra Singh is highlighting developmental activities in the constituency.
Highly placed sources in Congress said that residents of Udhampur and Kathua districts have suggested Choudhary Lal Singh avoid a direct attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi to garner support in the areas that are considered strongholds of the BJP.
Interestingly while campaigning in the Udhampur and Kathua districts, Choudhary Lal Singh did not mention the name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and he focussed only on local issues like unemployment and alleged misdeeds of local BJP l
The ongoing campaign for the prestigious Udhampur-Doda Lok Sabha seat has taken an interesting turn.
Residents of Udhampur and Kathua districts have suggested Choudhary Lal Singh avoid a direct attack on PM Modi to garner support.
Outspoken Choudhary Lal Singh is known for launching blistering attacks on his opponents.
He is seeking support in the name of restoring the “dignity and honour” of the people of the Jammu region.
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Outspoken Choudhary Lal Singh is known for launching blistering attacks on his opponents but this time he is seeking support in the name of restoring the “dignity and honour” of the people of the Jammu region. Since the beginning of the election campaign, Choudhary Lal Singh has never attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi because he realized that people have high regard for the Prime Minister. After watching the campaign of Choudhary Lal Singh during the last week, one thing has become clear he is focussing only on unemployment, smart meters, the Agniveer scheme, and the failure of the local BJP leaders to take a tough stand on such issues. Furthermore, Choudhary Lal Singh is vociferously highlighting the issue of discrimination with the daily wagers and other employees in the government sector.
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