JJP to hold Rally on December 9 at Bhiwani

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JJP to announce presidents of party units in other states. JJP national executive takes decision in meeting.

Team Haryana First

The Jannayak Janta Party (JJP) will hold a historic public rally at Bhiwani on its second foundation day on December 9. JJP will convey its gratitude towards the people over works done by Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala during one-year tenure of coalition government in the state during rally called ‘Jan Aabhar’.

The decision was taken in national executive meeting presided over by JJP national president Dr Ajay Singh Chautala. The meeting was also attended by Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala, Party president Sardar Nishan Singh, Minister of State Anoop Dhanak, Senior national vice-president Dr KC Bangar, Anantram Tanwar, all members of national executive, JJP MLAs, District Presidents, INSO national president Digvijay Singh Chautala and others.

In the first, mourning motion was presented by the party in the meeting, on which senior leaders took a two-minute silence to pay tribute to the great dignitaries, leaders and workers associated with the party died recently and and martyred soldiers.

JJP state president Sardar Nishan Singh said following the footsteps of Jannayak Chaudhary Devi Lal, JJP was formed on December 9, 2018 in Jind and now it is going to complete two-years. He said that party has decided to pay its gratitude towards the people by holding ‘Jan Abhar’ rally on second foundation day.

He said that for remarkable public welfare decisions taken by Deputy Chief Minister including 75-percent job reservation in private sector, 50-percent reservation to women in panchayats elections, Eight percent reservation to BCA class in panchayats elections, Right to Recall for rural voters, approval of international airport in Hisar and others, this rally would also thank Deputy Chief Minister and coalition government.

Nishan Singh further said we have also decided to appoint presidents of party units in other states to expand party presence beyond Haryana. In Haryana, JJP will appoint constituency incharges in the coming days, he added.


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