BJP likely to announce list of candidates for LS polls: Punj
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday launched its much publicised 'one note, kamal ko vote' scheme in all the five assembly segments of the district.punjab Updated: Jan 28, 2014 18:59 IST
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday launched its much publicised 'one note, kamal ko vote' scheme in all the five assembly segments of the district.
The party's front line leaders have decided to launch a massive campaign against “wrong economic policies, rampant corruption, prevailing nepotism and misdeeds” of the UPA government to awaken the common masses.
Earlier, talking to the mediapersons, the party's state in-charge Balbir Punj along with MP Virender Kashyap and district media in-charge Pawan Gupta said that the party would announce the names for all four parliamentary seats in near future.
Besides, the party would reconsider revocation of those party's leaders and workers who had been suspended for indulging in anti-party activities during the assembly elections.
Punj said that besides, leaders and workers performance, mass base and realisation of mistake would be the main criteria for re-entrance in the party.
Declining to divulge names of the aspirants, Punj categorically said that names of the candidates had not been finalised till date, giving enough hint that the party might replace the sitting MPs in Shimla and Hamirpur seats. Punj said that the BJP would sound the bugle against the UPA government in proposed public meeting of the party's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi at Sujanpur that has been named as 'Parivartan rally'.
Castigating the UPA government over its alleged failure on all front, Punj said that inflation, corruption, unemployment and wrong economic policies of the UPA government had virtually pushed the country towards backwardness and poverty.
Punj added that the Congress-led UPA government was neck deep in corruption and beating the drums of its success with sole motive of capturing power by deceiving the electorates.
First Published: Jan 28, 2014 18:16 IST