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Third surgical strike will be on December 18: Chandigarh BJP president Sanjay Tandon

The Congress's manifesto released just a day before D-day has left the city residents perplexed, Sanjay Tandon said.

By: Express News Service | Chandigarh |
December 17, 2016 5:05:10 am
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WITH JUST one day left for the polls, the BJP on Friday campaigned for several candidates. Besides colony number 4 and Sector 15, BJP Chandigarh president Sanjay Tandon campaigned in Sector 32 in support of Gupreet Singh Dhillon (ward 21), Sector 40, in support of BJP-SAD candidate Inderjeet Kaur Kang (Ward 9) and Sector 19 in support of Asha Kumari Jaswal (ward 17) to reach out to the residents. Haryana minister Captain Abhimanyu too was present in Sector 19.

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Addressing a huge public gathering in colony number 4 in support of Shakti Parkash Devshali, candidate from ward 20, Tandon, said, “Every citizen knows how our brave soldiers carried out surgical strike to eliminate terrorism. The world witnessed how our bold prime minister carried out another surgical strike to curb black money and terrorists’ funding. The city is ready to witness another surgical strike on December 18 wherein the residents will throw out the corrupt Congress politicians.”

The Congress’s manifesto released just a day before D-day has left the city residents perplexed, he said. They are in a fix to understand whether the party’s intentions are true. There is no denying the fact that most of the development work has been initiated under the BJP regime and city’s youth has benefitted the most with the recent age relaxation for the city residents, Tandon said.

Tandon accompanied Kalka MLA Latika Sharma and MP Kirron Kher to Sector 15, where they addressed a public meeting in support of Raj Bala Malik, BJP candidate for ward number 2. Commenting on demonetisation, Tandon said, “The country is undergoing a transition which is a transformation from awful to superior. This evolution from poverty to wealth may take a little time, but this 50-day phase is a gateway towards a better India, towards an evil-free country, and is a platform for a corruption-free country.”

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