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Will provide better transport: BJP

BJP candidate Satya Pal Jain,on Thursday,held the Congress party responsible for the ongoing autorickshaw strike in the tricity.

Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh |
April 17, 2009 1:09:20 am

BJP candidate Satya Pal Jain,on Thursday,held the Congress party responsible for the ongoing autorickshaw strike in the tricity. Claiming that the demand of a good transport policy has been neglected over the years,he blamed the Administration for the harassment caused to residents.

During his padyatras in Maloya and Sector 20,Jain assured residents that if voted to power,the BJP will ensure that CTU runs environment-friendly LPG buses in the tricity. He promised to address the long-term transport needs of Chandigarh by providing a Metro,flyovers and underpasses for smooth flow of traffic and more parking facilities.

Jain added that all promises of the Congress party during the last elections remain unfulfilled.

In Maloya Colony,Jain undertook a door-to-door campaigning seeking the support of people. Later,he went to the Sector 31 and Sector 20 market.

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He also addressed several public meetings in Bhaskar Colony,Sector 25,Sector 47 and Colony Number 4.

Sanjay Tandon,Kailash Jain,Prem Kaushik,R N Dwivedi,Sanjay Behari,Narendrer Chaudhary,Gurinder Kaushik,Santosh Mishra,Dr Vikram Yadav,Arvind Rana,Agam janda,Amit Rana,Santlal,Madan Pal Parmar,Rajesh Kalia and Mamchand Rana were among those who participated in the padyatras.

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First published on: 17-04-2009 at 01:09:20 am

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