Jind, 19 November
Independent MLA from Meham and convenor of Haryana Jansevak Party Balraj Kundu made two things clear by holding a rally in Jind on Sunday. Firstly, he has a strong support base in the state and his party has moved towards a political alternative in the state. The main speaker at the rally, Samajwadi Party President and former UP CM Akhilesh Yadav, confirmed that Samajwadi Party was also a new party and it became an alternative in UP. Secondly, the political opponents of Balraj Kundu who were accusing him of carrying forward the agenda of BJP are completely wrong.
On Sunday, thousands of people gathered at Balraj Kundu’s rally at Eklavya Stadium in Jind. The seating arrangements made by the organizers at the Eklavya Stadium were falling short of the crowd. By gathering huge crowd, Balraj Kundu showed that he has a strong support base in the state.
Those who consider him new in politics and weak are wrong. Kundu told that by raising issues related to public service and people, he has made inroads among the people of the state. Kundu also silenced the political opponents by calling the staunchest opponents of BJP in the rally. The presence of leaders like former Uttar Pradesh CM Akhilesh Yadav and former Gujarat CM Shankar Singh Vaghela on the stage of his rally clearly indicated that Kundu has wide acceptance in the politics of the state. Even in his speech, Balraj Kundu attacked BJP and JJP coalition government more than Congress.
By bringing leaders like Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav, Rashtriya Lok Dal Principal General Secretary Tyagi, former MLA Raghu Yadav on his platform, Kundu gave the message that he was aiming at a bigger target. Akhilesh Yadav even said that if the people of the state appoint Balraj Kundu as the CM, then he will run the public service on a very large scale.
Kundu said after the rally that some big political houses of the state are feeling a threat to their politics from him. For this reason, Congress people are calling him from BJP while BJP people are calling him from former CM Bhupendra Hooda. The truth is that he belongs to the public.