With polls behind, candidates put feet up
After two months of hectic campaigning for the assembly election, candidates of different political parties decided to unwind on Thursday.chandigarh Updated: Oct 16, 2014 23:17 IST
After two months of hectic campaigning for the assembly election, candidates of different political parties decided to unwind on Thursday.
While some of them got some shuteye, others turned off their mobile phones and few others were engrossed in poll math.
Congress MLA from Rohtak BB Batra stayed at home and enjoyed a siesta, after holding a brief meeting with party workers. While BJP Rohtak candidate Manish Grover met with supporters for a meeting in the day, he kept his phone switched off, choosing to spend time with family.
Meanwhile, chief minister and Congress candidate from Garhi Sampla Kiloi Bhupinder Singh Hooda left for Chandigarh from Rohtak early, in the morning.
BJP candidate from the assembly segment Dharambir Singh Hooda was busy with booth agents trying to estimate how many votes he polled on Wednesday.
While Meham Congress candidate Anand Singh Dangi met with villagers at his native Madina over a cup of tea, INLD candidate Satish Dass resumed work in his Samain village’s dera from Thursday morning.
BJP Kisan Morcha national president and party candidate from Badli Om Prakash Dhankar spent his day at the BJP national headquarters in Delhi to finish pending work on farmer-related issues.
First Published: Oct 16, 2014 23:16 IST