Leader of opposition in the Vidhan Sabha and Haldwani MLA, Indira Hridayesh opined that voters are eager to vote against the Bharatiya Janata Party due to the failures of the Central Government. The Mahagathbandhan alliance of parties against the BJP is sure to win the parliamentary polls, she averred. Accusing the BJP led Central Government of politicising efforts of the armed forces and making tall claims, Hridayesh claimed that the end of this government had now come near.
She said that the Congress national president Rahul Gandhi’s rally planned in Dehradun on March 16 will be a historic event. A large number of people from Kumaon and Garhwal regions of the state will be attending the party president’s rally in the provisional state capital. She exhorted the party workers to put in all effort for the success of this event.
On Monday, the leader of opposition held a meeting with office bearers of the party, Congress Sevadal, Indian National Trade Union Congress (INTUC), National Students Union of India (NSUI) and Youth Congress at the party office here. Addressing the party workers in the meeting, Hridayesh said that the party workers should pull up their socks for efforts to make Rahul Gandhi the next prime minister of India.
Stating that the end of the government making tall claims was near, she alleged that none of the promises made to the public had been fulfilled by the BJP-led Central Government during the past five years. The time had come to work towards removing this government, she said. Stating that the party workers had become active on the ground with the implementation of the election model code of conduct, she said that the party’s preparations till the booth level are being given final touches. Pointing to the Congress national president’s rally slated to be held in Dehradun on Saturday, she exhorted the party workers to work towards making the rally a resounding success.
Tuesday, 12 March 2019 | PNS | Haldwani
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