BJP did not accept demand for Ahir Regiment: Bhupinder Hooda

  • | Wednesday | 15th May, 2024

Former Haryana Chief Minister and Leader of Opposition Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Monday questioned the BJP and its leaders on why the BJP government rejected the demand for formation of the Ahir Regiment, emphasising that BJP has lost the right to seek votes in this region.   Hooda, who had reached Rewari on Monday to campaign with Congress candidate Raj Babbar, questioned why the BJP leaders could not fulfill this most important demand of Ahirwal, and asked why did BJP leaders not support the youth in the movement against Agniveer. Hooda was accompanied by National President of Backward Class Congress Captain Ajay Singh Yadav, Congress State President Chaudhary Udaibhan, MLA Chiranjeev Rao and many senior leaders of the Congress. Addressing the election meetings, Hooda said the BJP has lost the right to seek the votes of the people of Ahirwal because it has broken the hopes of the youth by implementing schemes like Agniveer and rejecting the demand for Ahir Regiment. BJP leaders have maintained unfortunate silence on every important occasion, the entire Ahirwal is suffering the consequences of this. But this time Raj Babbar will become a strong voice of Gurugram Lok Sabha and Congress will fulfill all the demands of the youth of Ahirwal, he said. On this occasion, Capt Ajay Yadav said there is a direct contest between the Congress, which is fighting to save the Constitution, and the BJP, which intends to destroy the Constitution, this time. In such a situation, people will vote for the Congress which protects the Constitution and democracy and will make Raj Babbar win with a huge majority, he stated. On the occasion, Raj Babbar claimed a big victory for Congress from Gurugram. He said the BJP has ignored Gurugram on every front. This government is neither able to provide a safe environment to the people of this Lok Sabha, nor employment to the youth, or clean water or air to the citizens, nor any confidence in the future. Therefore, the public has now made up its mind for change, he said.

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