Chandigarh February 16, 2014: To strike a chord with a large number of people living in the villages the Bharatiya Janata party, carried out its ‘Ek Note, Kamal Par Vote’ campaign, in the rural areas of the city today. BJP’s State President, Sanjay Tandon, appealed to the party workers to spread party’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s vision among the rural folks.
Mandal No.5A President Sawraj Singh led the campaign in the Housing Board Complex of Dhanas. He was supported by the party Vice-President Rambir Bhatti, Councilor, Arun Sood, Secretary Ramesh Sharma Nikku and other party bearers Anita Chaudhary, Shankar Lal, Ranjit Singh, Chanderman, Chunni Lal Gupta, VP Singh, Rajinder Sharma, Amar Singh.
Sharing more details about the campaign, Sanjav Tandon said, “It is very important for any political leader to guard the interest of the villagers. Through our house-to-house campaign, we are trying to reach to the hearts of the common man. If BJP comes to power, then we will make plans for the all-round development of the villages of Chandigarh”.
Mandal No 5, General Secretary carried out the campaign in Chaman Colony, Aman Colony and Ambedkar colony of Dhanas. He was also accompanied by Sanjiv Verma, Ashok Behanwal, K C Mandayal, Somnath Sharma, Pandit Om Parkash, Yogesh Kumar, Daya Kishen, Vinod Kondol. The campaign was also held in sector 15 by Mandal No 2, President, Rajesh Mahajan. He was supported by senior leader, Jai Ram joshi, Virender Narad, Harish Bansal, Balram Sood, Dharam Singh Dogra, Jaswinder Kaur, Viney Sachdeva, S S Vishth, Shambu Ram.
Party workers approached every house with a box, party flag and Modi’s masks appealing people to vote for the right candidate and fully utilize their voting right.