Education Minister Seema Trikha organises Vijay Sankalp rally

Faridabad should play a key role in Modi's hat-trick winning, says, CM Nayab Saini

Faridabad, April 14, 2024- A Vijay Sankalp rally was organized at Budh Vihar Park of Badkhal Assembly by Education Minister Seema Trikha on Sunday. During this, although the chief guest of the rally was former CM Manohar Lal, but on the invitation of Manohar Lal himself, CM Nayab Singh Saini participate in the rally as the chief guest and praised Haryana Education Minister Seema Trikha for organising the rally. On the stage, a sword in the form of Shakti, while a statue of Lord Hanuman was also presented to Education Minister Seema Trikha as a memento. During the rally, MoS and Lok Sabha candidate Krishanpal Gurjar was also present. Addressing the attendees, CM Nayab Saini call upon the people of Faridabad in making Narendra Modi the Prime Minister for the third time. In the 2019 elections, Faridabad was at number three in the country and now in 2024, Faridabad should be at number one in the country. He also said that the enthusiasm reflected on the faces of the people present at the rally is an indication that this time Badakhal will win with more votes than before and also called upon the people to get involved in election campaigning and publicity.

He further said that by taking steps towards empowering women, the Modi government has done the work of creating one crore Lakhpati Didis and in the coming time the number of Lakhpati Didis will be more than 3 crore. He also added that Congress, which used women as vote bank, never took steps for the upliftment of women, but Narendra Modi government brought Nari Shakti Vandan Bill to ensure women’s participation in the country’s development and gave women the right to vote in the Lok Sabha. Along with this, Modi government has given the right to give 33 percent reservation in the assembly.

The result of this is that today MLA Seema Trikha is also present as the Education Minister. While addressing the rally, former CM Manohar Lal emotionally expressed his connection with the Badkhal region, emphasizing his familial ties and his relentless efforts towards its development. He criticized the Congress party for its lack of leadership and integrity, attributing its decline in Haryana to internal rifts and corruption scandals. He also expressed confidence that this time, Haryana would not only secure all ten Lok Sabha seats but also contribute an additional eleven seats from the Vidhan Sabha, ensuring a landslide victory for PM Narendra Modi. Education Minister Seema Trikha, in her address, expressed gratitude towards CM Nayab Saini and former CM Manohar Lal Khattar, attributing her current position to the people of the region and these leaders. She said that in this Lok Sabha election, the people of Badkhal area will play an important role in PM Narendra Modi’s slogan of crossing 400 by voting the most in favor of Krishnapal Gurjar. Lok Sabha candidate Krishanpal Gurjar also appealed to the masses to vote for the BJP again based on the achievements of his ten-year tenure.

The rally was attended by a multitude of dignitaries including Industry Minister Pt. Moolchand Sharma, MLA Narendra Gupta, Nayanpal Rawat, Lok Sabha Coordinator Ajay Gaur, BJP District President Rajkumar Vohra, former District President Gopal Sharma, advocate Ashwani Trikha, Sandeep Joshi, Neera Tomar, Moolchand Mittal, Sohanpal Chhokar, Lalit Giri, Shyam Sundar Kapoor, Vajeer Dagar, Rajan Muthreja, Goldy Khalsa, Herendra Bhadana, Satendra Pandey, Praveen Chaudhary, Kamal Sharma, Amit Ahuja, Khushboo Singh, Sudesh Sharma, Sadhna Sharma, Karmveer Bainsla, Likhi Chaprana, Vivek Bhadana, Pankaj Sival, Badan Singh, Gagandeep Singh Rinku, Omprakash Dhingra, Sanjay Aroda, Sanjay Mahendru, Chaman Garg, Sardar Kale, Pankaj Rampal, Vishambar Bhatia, Mohan Singh Bhatia, Bahadur Singh Sabbarwal, Ravinder Singh Rana, Manjeet Singh, Jaswant Singh, Praveen Sharma, Dinesh Bansiwal, Suresh Badan Singh, and hundreds of others.

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