New Delhi, 20th April 2017 : Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee President Sardar Manjeet Singh ( G.K) and Senior BJP leader Vijay Jolly campaigned for BJP MCD nominee Narendra Chawla in Janakpuri (West ). Delhi Akali Dal President Sardar Manjeet Singh while addressing a public meeting in sikh dominated Shiv Nagar residential colony in Pachimi Delhi exhorted the local populace to vote in favor of BJP .
BJP – Akali Dal alliance has withstood the test of times stated Manjeet Singh. It promotes & show cases the Hindu-Sikh unity in Republic of India.
To strengthen BJP led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi & Amit Shah and Akali Dal by Sardar Prakash Singh Badal & President Sukhbir Singh Badal , it is essential for every citizen of Delhi to ensure victory of BJP in Municipal Corporation elections stated DSGMC President Sardar Manjeet Singh (G.K). The victory of Narendra Chawla in Janakpuri, West would be another nail in the coffin of Congress & AAP in Delhi thundered the great Sikh leader in West Delhi.
Ex Delhi BJP MLA Vijay Jolly stated that Mr. Chawla is a known social worker in West Delhi whom he knew since 1977 & his Delhi University college days. The best epic Ram Lila organized in Janakpuri every year is under the leadership of Narendra Chawla. He is a fiery orator , a committed RSS sewamsevak , organizer and office bearer of many local religious & social organisations, Mr. Chawla is a known & popular leader in Janak Puri. Now contesting as BJP nominee, he has devoted his entire life for the cause of nationalism stated Mr. Jolly. So a Vote for BJP shall be a Vote for Good Governance of PM Modi & Dynamic leadership of Amit Shah echoed BJP leader Vijay Jolly while campaigning in Janak Puri, West.
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