Ghar-Ghar Congress Campaign, Affirms Deepender Singh Hooda

Ghar-Ghar Congress Campaign, Affirms Deepender Singh Hooda
Ghar-Ghar Congress Campaign, Affirms Deepender Singh Hooda
Ghar-Ghar Congress Campaign, Affirms Deepender Singh Hooda
Ghar-Ghar Congress Campaign, Affirms Deepender Singh Hooda

Ghar-Ghar Congress Campaign, Affirms Deepender Singh Hooda

Ghar-Ghar Congress Campaign, Affirms Deepender Singh Hooda……image/ANI

Ghar-Ghar Congress Campaign, Affirms Deepender Singh Hooda

Congress MP Deepender Singh Hooda shared insights into the success of the ‘Ghar-Ghar Congress, Har Ghar Congress’ campaign, emphasizing its positive reception among the people of Haryana.

“We are getting a very good response; our ‘Ghar Ghar Congress’ campaign has been underway for the last 6 months in Haryana and the complete Lok Sabha constituency,” stated Hooda during an interview in Jhajjar.

Ghar-Ghar Congress Campaign:Inception of the Campaign

Former Chief Minister and Leader of Opposition Bhupinder Singh Hooda launched the ‘Ghar-Ghar Congress, Har Ghar Congress’ campaign on January 15 from Jind, marking the beginning of a significant political outreach initiative.

Ghar-Ghar Congress Campaign:Diverse Support for Congress

Dignitaries and social groups have rallied behind the Congress, expressing their commitment to ensuring the success of the new campaign. Notably, various sections of the population, including traders, have pledged their support to the party.

During a public address in January, concerns were raised about the impact of BJP-JJP policies, highlighting issues like family ID and property ID, inadequate communication, and a perceived lack of sensitivity. Residents of Jind also voiced dissatisfaction with the state’s infrastructural shortcomings.

Hooda asserted that the people have resolved to bring Congress to power in response to these challenges.

Ghar-Ghar Congress Campaign:Congress’ Preparations for Lok Sabha Polls

As the Lok Sabha polls loom, the Congress gears up for discussions on candidates for ten states in the party’s Central Election Committee meeting. The states under consideration include Chattisgarh, Delhi, Karnataka, Telangana, Kerala, Lakshadweep, Meghalaya, Tripura, Sikkim, and Manipur.

Sources reveal that discussions will cover a total of 60 seats across these states. Notably, seats for Amethi and Rai Bareli will not be discussed today, aligning with the seat-sharing arrangement of the INDIA bloc in Uttar Pradesh.

The Lok Sabha elections, anticipated to take place in April-May this year, bring increased focus on the strategic planning and candidate selection within the Congress party.

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