Newly floated GSP to fight state & LS polls

  • | Friday | 22nd September, 2023

Itanagar: The newly-floated Gana Suraksha Party (GSP) has announced that it will contest the Arunachal Pradesh assembly elections and the Lok Sabha polls next year.The GSP has decided to contest 35 of the 60 seats in the assembly, besides the Arunachal East and Arunachal West Lok Sabha constituencies, its spokesperson Toko Sheetal said.We may have taken some time to establish ourselves, but now we are fully prepared to enter the electoral arena. This marks our debut in the elections, and our aspiration is to secure 32-33 assembly seats, which would enable us to form the government, she said.Sheetal said her party will fight lawlessness and corruption that have plagued the state for years.This unbroken chain of nepotism and favouritism must be broken. To achieve this, we must possess a clear vision and unwavering determination, she said.She appealed to the people to give the GSP an opportunity for the benefit of the state. PTIWe also published the following articles recentlySelja indicates she is keen to contest assembly polls this timeKumari Selja, the former Union minister and AICC national general secretary, has indicated her readiness to contest the assembly elections in Haryana. Selja, who has never contested an assembly election in the state, expressed her desire to contest this time. She mentioned that her ancestral home is in a reserved assembly constituency in Hisar district. With the Haryana Congress split over the CM face, Seljas indication increases the number of contenders for power. She also claimed that there is no factionalism in the party and that Congress will form the government in the upcoming elections.Lok Sabha polls to be a fight to save Sanatan Dharma: Himanta Biswa SarmaAssam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has called the next Lok Sabha polls a "civilisational fight" and urged people to vote in favor of the BJP to protect Sanatan Dharma. He accused the anti-BJP INDIA bloc of wanting to weaken the ideology of Hindutva and destroy the countrys civilization and culture. Sarma also criticized the controversial remarks made by DMK leaders in Tamil Nadu, stating that they show the blocs aim to eliminate Sanatan civilization and culture. Union Minister Meenakshi Lekhi added that Sanatan Dharma represents democracy and freedom.

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