Bishnoi to take out'rath yatra' from Oct 6
Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC) supremo Kuldeep Bishnoi on Thursday announced to take out nearly two-month long “vijay rath yatra” to all 90 assembly segments of the state from October 6.india Updated: Aug 01, 2013 19:31 IST
Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC) supremo Kuldeep Bishnoi on Thursday announced to take out nearly two-month long “vijay rath yatra” to all 90 assembly segments of the state from October 6.
To garner support for his party, Bishnoi has also launched a multi-pronged HJC-BJP campaign through 11 documentaries and 52 advertisements, besides activating his party portals on social media.
Talking to mediapersons here, Bishnoi said the “rath yatra”, for which a customised bus had already been readied, equipped with various facilities and poll material, would start from Adampur on October 6 and would conclude on December 2 in Hisar, where a state-level rally would be organised.
Photos of HJC founder and former Haryana chief minister Bhajan Lal and several BJP senior leaders, including Atal Bihari Vajpayee, LK Advani, Narendra Modi and Rajnath Singh, will be pasted on the “rath”.
The documentaries and ad-films will highlight the alleged failure of the Hooda government in keeping his promises of adequate water and power to the people of Haryana, employment and education to youths, health services for all and law and order situation in the state, Bishnoi said.
Stating that all HJC portals, Youtube and social networking sites were being far more accessed and liked by people, Bishnoi said Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda's son and Rohtak MP Deepender Hooda, Indian National Lok Dal leader Ajay Chautala and Congress MP Naveen Jindal failed to do so.
No actors in poll material
Bishnoi, who showed a well-produced political documentary and a poll advertisement film on the occasion, held that all persons talking in these documentaries were real people of Haryana and not hired actors.
“Made with professional cinematographic crafts, the film has catchy political song. All documentaries and ad films will be shown to people through different channels,” Bishnoi added.