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BJP's 'Vijay Yatra' flagged off from Sirsa

chandigarh Updated: Aug 25, 2014 21:23 IST
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Hindustan Times

With the assembly polls round the corner, a 'Vijay Yatra' led by BJP leader Captain Abhimanyu started from Talwara village of Sirsa on Monday.

This yatra will propagate the policies of the Bharatiya Janata Party and will cover 24 assembly segments, including Sirsa.

Taking a dig at the INLD and Congress, Captain Abhimanyu said, "We will form government in Haryana by defeating the politics of corruption, dynasty and dictatorship."

Addressing public at Anaj Mandi in Sirsa, he said, "Chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda has not understood the mood of people of Haryana. At the Kaithal rally, people had made it clear that they want a change and the BJP will form the government this time in Haryana. Now youngsters of Haryana are in support of the BJP."

Captain Abhimanyu said after the announcements by Hooda in Panipat rally it is clear that the Congress has not completed even 10% of its total announcements. "Hooda has repeated same announcements again and now people will not believe in his false promises."

He appealed to his party workers to work together and tell people about the policies of the BJP.

He added that the Congress is now in the worst phase of its political history. In the election, political parties will try to lure people for the vote but people should not come under their fake promises, he said.