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BJP says hard work paid off

Elated over the party’s win after three consecutive defeats, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers carried out victory processions on Friday evening. Newly elected MP Kirron Kher, along with senior party leader Satya Pal Jain and Chandigarh BJP president Sanjay Tandon, began the procession from Sector 26, where votes were being counted, on a open vehicle.

chandigarh Updated: May 17, 2014 11:10 IST
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Elated over the party’s win after three consecutive defeats, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers carried out victory processions on Friday evening.


Newly elected MP Kirron Kher, along with senior party leader Satya Pal Jain and Chandigarh BJP president Sanjay Tandon, began the procession from Sector 26, where votes were being counted, on a open vehicle.

With slogans of ‘Har Har Modi’, ‘Kirron Kher Zindabad’ and ‘Narendra Modi Zindabad’, the procession, which saw party workers in large numbers, passed through Sectors 28, 27, 19, 18, 22, 23 37, 36, 35, 34, 44 and 45, before it culminated at the party of fice at Sector 33. Senior party leader Harmohan Dhawan also joined the procession for a while.

Talking about the verdict later, Tandon thanked people of the city for reposing their faith in the party and its candidate Kirron Kher.

“Kirron Kher has emerged as a new ray of hope for Chandigarh by putting a brake on the 15-year Congress misrule,” he said.

Expressing his gratitude towards the party cadre, he said that they left no stone unturned for ensuring Kher’s victory.

“The credit of the historical victory of Kirron Kher goes to the party workers. The united efforts of our Chandigarh unit have brought positive results. Chandigarh is a city of welleducated people who rejected the scam-ridden Congress party and chose BJP, which focused on development agenda,” he said, adding that it was a victory of the common man. Claiming that “India’s new era” began with the National Democratic Alliance’s landslide victory, he said that the nation was now set to progress under Narendra Modi’s leadership.