BJP Chandigarh candidates interact with people, assure development of their wards

Sanjay Tandon, BJP Chandigarh state president inaugurated the election office of Hardeep Singh, BJP-SAD candidate from ward 10 in Buterla.

By: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published:December 7, 2016 3:55 am
Sanjay Tandon, president Chandigarh BJP during a press conference on prize hike held at Chandigarh on Wednesday. Express photo by Jaipal Singh 03/02/2010 *** Local Caption *** Sanjay Tandon, president Chandigarh BJP during a press conference on prize hike held at Chandigarh on Wednesday. Express photo by Jaipal Singh 03/02/2010 Sanjay Tandon (Express file photo by Jaipal Singh)

BJP candidates Tuesday assured residents that they will carry forward the development done by them in one year. Interestingly, those candidate taking forward the development agenda to the people, holds a slight edge over their opposition.

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Senior BJP leader Aarti Mehra, former in-charge of Chandigarh BJP unit and Latika Sharma, MLA, Kalka campaigned for different candidates from different wards and interacted with the residents and traders about their concerns.

The two senior leaders visited ward numbers 3, 4, 17 and 26 to support the candidates Ravi Kant Sharma, Sunita Dhawan, Asha Kumari Jaswal and Vinod Aggarwal respectively from their wards.

Sanjay Tandon, BJP Chandigarh state president inaugurated the election office of Hardeep Singh, BJP-SAD candidate from ward 10 in Buterla. The local unit SAD president Jagjit Singh Kang and other BJP and SAD leaders were also present on the occasion.

Shakti Parkash Devshali, candidate from ward number 20 Tuesday campaigned in Sector 29 and interacted with different women groups in the ward. Happy with the the present BJP councillor’s development work, the women voters also assured to lend him support.

While campaigning for ward number 25, Jagtar Singh Dhillon interacted with the elderly in Manimajra and assured them of better facilities for them. “The elderly are anticipating better sitting facilities in the parks and walking tracks for the pedestrians. They have extended their support to BJP and I shall work dedicatedly to offer them better facilities,” he said.

Ward number 3 candidate Ravi Kant Sharma today visited Shastri Market and residential area in Sector 22 where he held meetings with the shopkeepers and interacted with the residents respectively. “We are getting positive response from the voters. In fact, most of the associations are extending their support to the party,” Kant said

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