Expose & defeat ‘Kalyugi’ Ravans – Satya Pal Jain

Chandigarh, October 13, 2013. Sh. Satya Pal Jain, Ex-City MP and National Chairman of the BJP’s Committee on Legal Affairs & Election Commission Issues, has said that while Dushehra is a day of celebrating the victory of goodness over evil and truth over falsehood, at the same time, today is also a day when people have to once again resolve and reiterate their determination of defeating evils like corruption, hunger, poverty and unemployment, which are the new facets of Ravan, and also to crush those political leaders and political parties who are encouraging and nourishing them.

Mr. Jain was addressing large gatherings as Chief Guest in Sector 43 and Sector 47 in the functions organized by Nav Dushehra Committee, Sector 43 and Ram Lila Committee, Sector 47, respectively to celebrate the Vijay Dashmi Parv.  Mr. Jain put the effigies of Ravan, Meghnath & Kumbhkaran to flames in Sector 43.

Mr. Jain said that some of the political leaders are trying to pose themselves as very innocent, neat and clean and perfectly honest, in the same way as Ravan did when he posed himself to be a Sadhu before Sita.  He said that today the time has come to recognize the real face of such leaders, expose them and defeat them in the same manner as was done thousands years back with Ravan, before they could succeed in their evil designs of looting the nation.  He said that people of Chandigarh will have to be even more cautious and alert in this matter.

Among others, Sh. Davesh Moudgil MC, Sh. S.S. Cheema, Sh. M.K. Garg, Sh. G.K. Girdhar, Sh. Baldev Goyal, Sh. B.B. Bhardwaj, Sh. Arun Aggarwal, Sh. Narinder Chowdhary, Sh. Jasjyot Singh Almast, Sh. Gian Singh were also present on these occasions.

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