three BJP candidates in the presence of party national secretary and south Delhi in-charge Dr Anil Jain.
Electioneering in Delhi gathered furthered speed today with filing of nominations by three BJP candidates in the presence of party national secretary and south Delhi in-charge Dr Anil Jain.
Gagan Shrilal Pradhan (Deoli), Dr SCL Gupta (Sangam Vihar) and Dharamvir Solanki (Palam) filed their nomination papers for their assmebly constituencies.
Asserting BJP’s commitment towards weaker and scheduled castes, Dr Jain said Gagan Srilal Pradhan was the youngest BJP candidate among all five state BJP candidates where assembly elections were being held. “It proves the commitment of BJP towards youths and the weaker sections of society,” he said.
He also stressed on the drinking water problem in the area despite Congress representing the area for a number of years. He promised BJP would provide them a clean, friendly and pro-poor government.
BJP’s CM candidate Dr Harshvardhan came in for praise from his fellow medical practioner. Dr Jain, who is also a senior consultant at the premier Indraprastha Apollo hospital, said the former is an example of transparency and trust among the people of Delhi much in sharp cpntrast with Congress leaders.
Dr Jain reminded workers their Hanumat Shakti(the will power of Lord Hanuman) and said, “We have to recall our strength again. We need to bring BJP in power in Delhi as the first step in making Narendra Modi Prime Minister of India.” He further said, “We will burn the Ravan of corruption in Delhi and at the Centre too”.
During the nomination of Dr S C L Gupta for Sangam Vihar seat, Dr Anil Jain said that the Sangam Vihar suffered for the last time despite sending Dr Gupta of BJP to Delhi Assembly due to Congress being in power. He asked for a clear majority to BJP this time.
In Palam, while speaking in the nomination of Dharmavir Solanki, Dr Anil Jain said that Congress government ignored those seats where it lost last time. He said, “Our government will undo these wrongs and focus on development without any partisan politics”.