Saturday, 5 October 2013
Several leaders from Cong, JD-U, BSP and Independent Councillors join BJP
· Several leaders from Cong, JD-U, BSP and Independent Councillors join BJP
· Leaders joining BJP shows there is a wave in BJP’s favour in Delhi: Goel
Delhi BJP President Shri Vijay Goel today facilitated entry of several leaders from Congress, Janata Dal (United), BSP, and independent Councillors into the BJP. This reflects the popular mood in
favour of the BJP, which is all set to unseat the Congress party from power. Delhi
Those who joined the BJP today included the former Chandni Chowk District Congress Committee President and Councillor Shri Amod Sharma, Municipal Councillor from Mukundpur Ward of Lok Janshakti Party Shri Gulab Singh Rathor, Independent Councillor from Tigadi Ward under Deoli assembly constituency, Smt. Sarita Garba, Shri Farid Shah, who contested the municipal corporation election from Jahangirpur-2 and who was the Delhi State General Secretary of the Bahujan Samaj Party, and Janata Dal (United) Delhi State General Secretary Shri Kapoor Chand Chhikara.
Welcoming these leaders, who joined BJP unconditionally, Shri Goel said, “Coming into the BJP’s fold by these leaders makes it obvious that there is wave in favour of the BJP in
People from all sectons of society and political parties are joining the BJP in
order to teach Congress a lesson.” Delhi
Shri Goel further said, “The BJP will be strengthened with the entry of these leaders. The entry of the leaders from weaker sections of society and Muslim community shows that these sections of society are reposing their faith in the BJP, whose acceptance has been fast growing among these communities.”
The BJP has seen several leaders from across the political spectrum coming to its fold in recent times. Earlier this week noted Bhojpuri singer and actor Shri Manoj Tiwari joined the BJP. Prior to this, senior leader Ramvir Singh Bidhuri along with sitting NCP Councillors Sh. Dharamveer Awana, Smt Timsy Kasana, Smt Phoolkali Narwaal joined the BJP. This was preceded by seven Councillors joining the BJP in July. They were Suresh Garg, Krishna Kumar Sehrawat, Pramod Tanwar, Rahul Prabhudayal, Chander Prakash, Pradeep Kumar and Naresh Balyan.
This trend reflects people’s growing belief that the BJP is the only credible alternative to the Congress party, which has structurally misgoverned the city during its tenure.