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Naib Saini will campaign for the party candidate from Chandigarh – dainiktribuneonline.com

Manimajra (Chandigarh), 7 April (HP)

Haryana Chief Minister Naib Saini will be available for all possible support to the organization along with campaigning for the Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat elections. On Sunday, Chandigarh BJP State President Jitendra Pal Malhotra, General Secretaries Hukam Chand and Amit Jindal met Chief Minister Naib Singh Saini at his Haryana residence. The State President has said that during this meeting, Chief Minister Naib Saini has assured that he will be available whenever required in the elections of Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat and will campaign for the party candidate. The State President said that during the meeting of about half an hour, the Lok Sabha elections were discussed in detail with the Chief Minister and he also gave necessary suggestions regarding the elections. According to Malhotra, Chandigarh BJP’s public contact campaign is going on at all the booths. This time in the elections, BJP will win from Chandigarh seat with a record number of votes. There is an atmosphere of enthusiasm among the people towards BJP, because apart from Ram Mandir and removal of 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, the people of the country are also appreciating the development work done in railway service, air service and other areas. Especially many development works have been done in Chandigarh. Chandigarh BJP will soon reach out to the people regarding the development story of Chandigarh.

BJP State General Secretaries Hukam Chand and Amit Jindal described the meeting with the Chief Minister at Haryana residence today as very important. He told that in this Lok Sabha election, many big personalities will reach the Lok Sabha seat for campaigning.

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