For bright future, disband Cong, PDP and NC from JK: Navjot Singh Sidhu

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December 18, 2014 6:17 AM

BJP leader Navjot Singh Sidhu on Wednesday asked the people to disband Congress, PDP and NC from this state and give only one chance to his party.

Promising bright future, veteran cricketer and BJP leader Navjot Singh Sidhu on Wednesday asked the people to disband Congress, PDP and NC from this state and give only one chance to his party.

“We promised for the bright future for J&K. We ask people to disband the Congress, PDP and NC from this state and give only one chance to BJP”, Sidhu said while addressing a public rally in support of BJP candidate from Jammu West Sat Sharma, here on Wednesday.

The cricketer-turned-politician said after the failure of Congress, PDP and NC, who failed in all fronts to solve the issues of people in this state, now people should give a chance to BJP to serve them.

“The successive governments in this state only misled people on every occasion and give them only hallow assurances. However, the funds meant for development of this state were misused by the leaders of these parties and deprived the people to get the fruits of development in this state,” said Sidhu, who was flanked by candidate and BJP MP and Incharge J&K, Avinash Rai Khanna.

Sidhu said that from the day, Narendra Modi become the Prime Minister of India, he is very serious about the development of this state and want to make this state a model state as compared to the Gujrat state.

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