Haryana civic elections: Manohar Lal said – people have stamped on the policies of the government, Hooda said – people rejected BJP-JJP


Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal has expressed his gratitude to the voters while expressing happiness over the victory of BJP-JJP in the municipal elections. He said that the faith shown by the people in the present state government and the ideology of the Bharatiya Janata Party since the year 2014 and 2019 till now is a victory of that faith. The victory of BJP-JJP candidates on the post of chairman of municipalities and municipal councils is the seal of the public on the policies of the government.

He said that in a democracy there are two sides, the ruling party and the opposition. The people are supreme, who choose their favorite candidate by exercising their franchise. Expressing his gratitude to the people for stamping the policies of the party in the elections, he said that the elections to the urban local bodies have just been completed and elections to the Panchayati Raj institutions are to be held soon and hope that the people of the state like our ideology, According to the policy and programs will give similar results.

People have stamped on the visionary thinking, development works and policies of the Chief Minister: Moolchand Sharma

After the election results, Transport Minister Moolchand Sharma reached Sant Kabir Kutir today and expressed happiness over the election results by feeding sweets to Chief Minister Manohar Lal. While congratulating and congratulating the BJP-JJP on the victory, Moolchand Sharma said that this victory is a victory of the trust of the people on the efficient leadership of Chief Minister Manohar Lal and the welfare policies being carried out continuously according to his visionary thinking.

Urban people rejected BJP-JJP: Hooda

Former Chief Minister and Leader of Opposition Bhupinder Singh Hooda has congratulated all the candidates who have won the Municipality and Municipal Council elections. Hooda says that although the Congress party stayed away from this election, the local leaders of the party had extended their support to the independent candidate in their respective areas. Somewhere between four to five local Congress workers were also contesting for each seat of the chairman. These independent candidates have won about 19 seats out of 46 municipal and municipal council seats. He finished second in 30 places in a close contest. As far as the vote share is concerned, the independent candidates polled double the votes polled by the BJP in cities, i.e. 52.2 per cent, as against 26.3 per cent. It seems that even the urban people have completely rejected the BJP-JJP.

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