JJP prepares for Rajasthan elections, Dushyant Chautala to hold roadshow in Oct


Jannayak Janata Party, an alliance partner with the ruling BJP in Haryana, has now entered the politics of Rajasthan and wishes to contest the upcoming assembly elections here. After holding a massive historic rally on the birth anniversary of Chau Devi Lal in Sikar, JJP will now hold a mega road show in Rajasthan.
Jannayak Janata Party has intensified preparations and political activities for the assembly elections in Rajasthan. Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala will hold road shows in many assembly constituencies of Rajasthan and will express his gratitude to the local people for reaching the Sikar rally in large numbers and congratulate the party workers for the successful rally.
In these roadshow programs, besides the Deputy CM, JJP’s State President Prithvi Miel, State Chief Secretary Ramnivas Yadav, National Secretary Sanjay Chopra, State Women’s President Rita Singh, former MLA Pratibha Singh, former MLA Maniram Siyag, Mohan Chaudhary, State President of the Minority Department Mohammad Farooq, and District President Akash Nehra of Sikar, along with several senior leaders and party officials, will be present.
JJP Principal General Secretary Digvijay Singh Chautala said that Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala will visit Rajasthan in the month of October. During this time, he will meet the people of the state in the assembly constituencies of Data Ramgarh, Suratgarh, Ajmer, Kotputli, Nawalgarh, etc.
Digvijay said that there is a lot of enthusiasm among the party workers due to the historic rally of JJP in Sikar on Monday. He added that the Jannayak Janata Party has laid the foundation for change in Rajasthan with the Sikar rally. JJP’s Chief Secretary said that the elections in Rajasthan are approaching, and in such a situation, party workers are visiting people’s homes to make them aware of JJP’s policies. He said that Dushyant Chautala’s roadshow programs will boost the morale of party workers and strengthen JJP in Rajasthan.