Lok Sabha elections 2019: Ajay Yadav, Inderjit Singh hit campaign trail in Gurugram
Election campaigning in Gurugram was kicked off by both the candidates of the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Part(BJP), who hit the campaign trail to reach out to the masses.
While Captain (retd) Ajay Yadav of the Congress went to villages in Badshahpur assembly constituency, the sitting BJP member of Parliament(MP) Rao Inderjit Singh toured the villages of his stronghold of Pataudi.
On Saturday, Yadav went to over two dozen villages in Badshahpur and also opened an election office in Farrukhnagar, said Congress leaders. Yadav was accompanied by senior Congress leaders, former minister Rao Dharampal, Pradeep Zaildar, Begraj Yadav during his visit to the villages of Mubarikpur, Sadhrana, Kaliawas, Iqbalpur, Dhankote, Garhi, Chandu, Budhera, Makdola, Dhanwapur, Basai and Khedki Majra, among others.
Interacting with the villagers, Yadav said that the time has come to defeat the communal and divisive forces. “The BJP has failed to create jobs; it has destroyed the economy through demonetisation and the hasty implementation of Goods and Services Tax(GST),” he said.
Rao Inderjit Singh went to a number of villages in Farrukhnagar and cited the development work done by the BJP government both in the state and at the Centre. Singh said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had raised India’s stature in the international community of nations and it was he who ensured a strong, combative stand against terror. Singh also said that discrimination against Ahirwal had also ended under the government and a number of infrastructure and development works have been completed in south Haryana and Gurgaon. He visited Jhanjrola Kheda, Sultanpur, Mubarakpur, Mohammadpur, Khentawas, Saidpur, Patli, Hajipur and Garhi, among others.