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In Haryana’s Rohtak, senior Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Anurag Dhanda said that the party’s organization would soon be revamped in Haryana. It will be announced in the next day or two. Because organization is needed to strengthen the party.
Talking to reporters, he made a scathing attack on the BJP over the elections to the Karnataka Legislative Assembly and the Lok Sabha seat of Jalandhar in Punjab. He said that BJP people never tire of saying that where PM Modi goes, the BJP’s lotus blossoms there. But even after campaigning by PM Modi in Karnataka, BJP had to face defeat.
Addressing the press conference, AAP leader Anurag Dhanda
People will make changes in Haryana as well
Anurag Dhanda said that the public is fed up with the policies of the BJP and in the coming days the public will bring changes in Haryana as well. At the same time, Aam Aadmi Party has emerged as an alternative in front of the people. The public gave its message in the Jalandhar elections. The Aam Aadmi Party has won the Jalandhar elections. After the victory, AAP workers celebrated by distributing laddoos.
victory in the election by the people’s coalition
Anurag Dhanda, on contesting the elections against the BJP with the alliance and solidarity of the opposition parties, said that the election is not won by the coming together of the parties. Elections are won by getting the public on your side. That’s why the people have made up their mind to defeat the BJP. At the same time, people are showing more faith in national parties than in regional parties.
Will not let the propaganda of public dialogue go on
Anurag Dhanda said that the Chief Minister is running the propaganda of public dialogue. You will not let it go on anymore. Aam Aadmi Party leaders will go to the public dialogue program. There the questions of the public will be asked to the Chief Minister. Now the people of BJP did not ask the questions of the public to the CM. Even in Sirsa, common workers and leaders have been taken into illegal custody on being asked for a ride.