Chandigarh, November 3 (Trinew)
Brahmin leaders from across the state have announced their support for Bhupendra Singh Hooda in the upcoming elections. Brahmin leaders of 25 different institutions and organizations reached his Chandigarh residence and announced their support for Hooda. On this occasion, former chairman of Jind Municipal Council and senior BJP leader Vinod Ashri, who had contested the assembly elections on the ticket of Loktantra Suraksha Party, Ishwar Poojam (former youth state president, INLD), Ram Krishna (SC state vice president), Subhash Mirzapur district head, Kurukshetra. Many leaders including (SC Cell, JJP), Dr. Subhash Mudgil Kapalmochan (Yamunanagar), Ishwar Singh, Dineshpal Jyotisar, Rajendra Madan joined Congress along with hundreds of workers, expressing faith in the policies of Congress and the leadership of Bhupendra Singh Hooda and Chaudhary Udaybhan. of.
Hooda welcomed everyone to the party and expressed his gratitude for their support. Hooda said that the support Congress is getting from all sections including Brahmins is unprecedented. They see this support as a responsibility. If Congress government is formed in the state, proper representation and development of every section of the society will be ensured. On this occasion, Pandit Jile Singh Picholia (State President, Brahmin Mahasabha and Haryana and World Brahmin Federation), Manoj Tyagi (State President, National Brahmin Awareness Federation), Jitendra Sharma, MP Sharma (Pradhan Panchkula Brahmin Sabha), Shamsher Kaushik (Pradhan Pinjore and Kalka Brahmin Sabha), Ratan Sharma (Principal Panipat Brahmin Sabha), Surendra Sharma (General Secretary, Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya, Ramrai), Surendra Saraswat (former head, Saraswat Brahmin Sabha, Kurukshetra) Kaithal District Sarva Brahmin Dharamshala spokesperson Naresh Bhardwaj, Sushil Sharma (Principal , Sarpanch Association, Karnal), representatives of about 25 institutions and organizations including BJP leaders supported the Congress. On this occasion, former minister Ashok Arora and former speaker Kuldeep Sharma were also specially present along with Hooda.