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People's overwhelming response proof of BJP surpassing all in Jammu-Reasi Constituency: Kavinder
4/22/2024 10:02:02 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Apr 22: Kavinder Gupta, senior BJP leader and former deputy chief minister today asserted said that the sea of people at different localities is the proof that BJP will surpass its rivals in Jammu-Reasi Constituency with record margins as the support being accorded to BJP is to be seen to be believed. He said that the overwhelming support to PM Modi's leadership is people's endorsement towards his policies whether they are social welfare, foreign, economic, defence or related to religion.
He was speaking to media persons during the ostentatious road show organised in support of Sitting MP and LS candidate from Jammu-Reasi Parliamentary Constituency Jugal Kishore in Bahu Assembly Constituency ahead of Lok Sabha polls here on Monday.
MP Ghulam Ali Khatana besides several senior party leaders accompanied Jugal forming impressive cavalcade for canvassing their party representative for Jammu-Reasi Constituency.
The BJP's flamboyant road show which commenced from Bawe Wali Mata Temple after passing through Gorkha Nagar, Raja Mandlik Chowk, Bathindi, Malik Market, Sunjwan Army Gate, Channi, Trikuta Nagar, Marble Market, Shivaji Chowk, Apsara Road, Nanak Nagar Chowk and Sanjay Nagar Chowk culminated at Digiana.
The road show garnered unprecedented support of people belonging to all shades of life and communities including the Muslim brethren in the areas including Bathindi, Malik Market and Sunjwan.
Addressing the gatherings at various places, Kavinder Gupta said that voting in favour of PM Narendra Modi means making India stronger and part of the elite club of world's global powers as already much has been achieved in the past ten years of his rule. He said that figures and records are testimony to the fact that the way PM Modi has steered the country towards progress, no other entity has done this in the past.
Kavinde said that in-fight and tussle between opposition parties is going to give effective edge to BJP augmenting its winning margins of votes. He said that day in day out the so-called Alliance partners are getting exposed over their disagreements making them laughing stock before the electorate. This, he said, will help BJP to gain more in the upcoming poll.
Others present in the road show include Aseem Gupta, Rajeev Charak, Vinay Gupta, Rekha Mahajan, Ankush Gupta, Neha Mahajan, Pushpinder Charak, Lucky Puri,kulbir charak, Neena Gupta, Vivek Patyal Nayan Gupta, Bharat Bhushan and Narinder Koki.
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