Congress Party workers celebrate Indira Gandhi birth anniversary at Chenani

Chenani :   Thousand of Party workers of Congress Party today celebrated the Birth Anniversary of Smt. Indira Gandhi Ji Ex Prime of India.  The programme in memory of Smt. Indra Gandhi Ji was organized at Panchayat Ghar Chenani where Sh. Sh. Krishan Chander Bhagat MLA Chenani was present as Chief Guest and garlanded the portrait of Smt. Indira Gandhi Ji in presence of thousands of workers of the Congress Party.

After Garlanding the portrait of Smt. Indira Gandhi Ji thousands of Congress workers shouting slogans of ‘Jab Tak Suraj Chand Rahaga Indira Ji Ka Naam Rahega’.  Speaking on the occasion Sh. Krishan Chander Bhagat MLA Chenani throw light on the life & works of Smt. Indira Gandhi Ji who give India a strong position in the world and asked the party workers to follow the footprints of Smt. Indira Gandhi Ji who always worked for the simple man.
All the workers appeal the high command that after the MLC election include Sh. Krishan Chander Bhagat in the Ministry of Cabinet to make overall development of the region.  On the occasion party workers also unanimously appeal the party workers to vote for Sarpanch Sham Lal Bhagat who is appointed by party High Command to fight the election of MLC and all are directed to vote in his favour to make him successful.

Eminent Prominent among those who also present in the program was    Sh. Yashwant Singh Block President, Sh. Mohan Lal Gupta, Sarpanch Ashok Sharma, Youth Presidnet Vinod Kumar,  Sh. Kewal Krishan Bhagat, Sh. Pyara Singh, Sh. Shankar Chand Presidnet SC/ST wing, Sh. Dev Raj Bhagat District President Bhagat Kabir Sabha, Sh. Gopal Sharma Gen. Secretary Congress, Smt. Vijay Laxmi Presidnet Mahila Wing Chenani, Sh. Hem Raj Sarpanch Marothi, Dr. Tilak Raj General Secretary ST Wing, Sh. Prem Nath Sabka Sarpanch, Sh. Rakesh Jamwal, Amit Sharma, Sanjay Kumar, Ajay, Sanjeev Sharma.

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