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After the defeat of the by-election, the JJP’s national president’s taunt, the public is denying the Congress


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Published: Wednesday, November 9, 2022, 22:55 [IST]

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Chandigarh. JJP National President Dr. Ajay Singh Chautala said that the result of Adampur assembly by-election has proved that the people of the state are continuously rejecting the Congress. With this defeat the Congress came to know of its position. Dr. Chautala was addressing a public meeting organized by the party in Dhauj village here on Sunday.

  JJP's national president's taunt after the by-election defeat: The result has proved that the people of the state are constantly rejecting the Congress.

During this, while talking to reporters, Dr. Chautala said that the party has made a strong presence in the municipal and city council elections held a few months back during its three-year tenure. Similarly, the party will register a strong presence in the panchayat and subsequent municipal elections.

Taking a dig at Congress, he said that Congress is going to the ground. The people of the country and the state are continuously denying it. The result of Adampur by-election is in front of everyone. He said that we were born in opposition to the Congress and we have already had a relationship with the BJP. Dr. Chautala said that JJP’s clan is continuously increasing. He is hopeful that the party’s performance will be very good in the coming elections. Dr. Chautala said that the party is getting stronger in Faridabad district under the leadership of Dr. Rajesh Bhatia. The main reason for this is the popularity of Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala and the love of the public. Dr. Chautala was given a warm welcome on the occasion. District President Rajesh Bhatia assured that the workers are working vigorously. The organization will emerge with strength in future.

On this occasion the organizers of the program Hariram Kirad, Anil Kirad, Dr. Akbar and former MLAs Ramesh Khatak, Krishna Jakhar, Thakur Rajaram, Tejpal Dagar, Umesh Bhati, Nalin Hooda, Harmeet Kaur Women District President, District Spokesperson Anil Khutela, Amar Singh Dalal, Parveen Tyagi, Begraj Nagar, Hatam Adhana, Jitendra Chaudhary, Amar Narvat, Deepak Chaudhary, Haji Karamat Ali, Pradeep Chaudhary, Amar Dalal, Shyam Singh, Haji Akhtar, Dinesh Dagar, Richpal Lamba, Gajendra Bhadana, Ravi Sharma, Krishna Kapasia, Rajesh Rawat, Alkesh Lamba, Vikash Chandila, Omchand Dagar, Rakesh Garg, Sabbir, Asghar Tikri Kheda, Shweta Sharma, Geetanjali Ahlawat, Seema Sitoria, Dalchand Saran, Sandeep Purushbhan, Wrinkle Bhatia, Vishal Bhatia etc. were present.

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english summary

JJP’s national president’s taunt after the by-election defeat: The result has proved that the people of the state are constantly rejecting the Congress.

Story first published: Wednesday, November 9, 2022, 22:55 [IST]

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