The Bharatiya Janata Party’s MP candidate for Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat, Kirron Kher lashed out at the wrong policies of the Congress party in her poll campaigns today. She addressed the public meetings at Indira Colony, Manimajra and Mauli Jagaran Complex. While addressing the public here, Kirron said that the Congress party which projects itself as saviour of poor people had failed to end the problems of the underprivileged section.
Throwing light on the current situation of the colonies, Kirron informed, “If you walk through the narrow lanes, your eyes would be bombarded by the despairing sight of dilapidated housing, caked in dirt contributed by inadequate maintenance, over crowdedness. There is a lack of cleanliness in the streets and heaps of garbage can be noticed at various spots. Besides, there is a shortage of clean water and supply of electricity. If you check out the manifestoes of the Congress then you will find only bundle of lies. The sitting Congress MP, Pawan Kumar Bansal, who has been ruling in the city from last 15 years has failed to upgrade the current living conditions of the slums, resolve residential-related issues and could not ensure their well-being”.
Kirron Kher expressed her confidence of bagging the seat given the anti-incumbency factor in the city.
Speaking on the occasion, the senior leader, Harmohan Dhawan said, “The BJP’s prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi’s wave is being felt everywhere. He has emerged as the only alternative for bringing clean and corruption-free politics in India. Besides, he has pro-poor and pro-development agenda for the country which will be beneficial to Chandigarh residents too. I appeal to all of you take an informed decision on April 10 and support BJP’s MP candidate, Kirron Kher so that we could work towards your upliftment”. At this event, his wife, Satinder Dhawan also addressed the gathering.
The programme marked the presence of Anil Dubey, Councilor, Desraj Gupta, Mandal President, Ghanshyam Bansal, Councilor, Gurcharan Das Kala, Shiromani Akali Dal, Chandigarh, President, Jagjit Singh Kang, Mangat Ram Goyal, Subash Goyal, Sushil Jain, Sunita Chaudhary, Sarita Sharma.