Hisar, 10 September (HP)
In the meeting of the national and state executive of Jannayak Janata Party held on Sunday, former MP Ajay Singh Chautala was unanimously re-elected as the national president of the party. Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala gave this information while talking to journalists after the meeting. On this occasion, State President Nishan Singh, Senior Vice President Dr. KC Bangar, Cabinet Minister Devendra Babli, Minister of State Anup Dhanak and others were present. Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala said that in the meeting, preparations for the proposed rally in Sikar, Rajasthan on September 25 were also discussed and it was decided that the party will target 25 to 30 assembly seats of Rajasthan on which either the old party or Candidates have contested or won the elections. The party will be strengthened again on the ground where Chaudhary Devi Lal had become MP and reached the post of Deputy Prime Minister.
Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala said that the party is preparing for elections on ten Lok Sabha seats of the state and is holding rallies in every Lok Sabha constituency, but some compromise has to be made in the alliance, this is a matter of future. He told that Mahila Sakhi has been made at seven thousand booths. By the end of September, in-charges will be appointed at 50 percent booths, while 100 percent booths will be completed in the month of October. The party’s membership campaign will start from this month itself, in which a target of five lakh new members and renewal of old members has been set. Similarly, on the lines of the rally in Bhiwani on 17th September, there will be a rally in Shahabad of Kurukshetra Los area on 2nd October.
Construction of all the party cells will be completed by September 20 and party state president Nishan Singh has given full assurance to complete this work. Apart from this, a campaign to plant a flag at the house of every worker will also be run. On the question of Talwandi Rana Road, he said that the NOC of the Forest Department has arrived and the construction of the road will be started soon. He said that the crop has also been damaged due to insect infestation. Now General Girdawari is going on from 5th September to 5th October, whatever comes out in it, the decision will be taken accordingly.
Gautam and Surjakheda did not come to the meeting
Eight out of ten JJP MLAs were included in the National Executive. Narnaund MLA Ramkumar Gautam and Narwana’s Ramniwas Surjakheda did not come to the meeting. It is noteworthy here that Narnaund MLA Ramkumar Gautam had shared the stage with the Chief Minister in his public dialogue program. Earlier, he had not even shared the stage with Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala in the Narnaund program.