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Kapoor addresses meetings in Nurpur

The Tribune 2019-05-14 06:45:00


After addressing six nukkar meetings in Nurpur Assembly constituency, Kishan Kapoor, BJP candidate from Kangra parliamentary constituency, held a road show in the town this evening. Accompanied by local MLA Rakesh Pathania, Kapoor sought support from the electorate. Hundreds of BJP workers holding party flags joined the road show which was taken out from Chogan Bazaar to Niazpur.

Seeking votes at nukkar meetings in rural areas of Nurpur assembly constituency, Kapoor said the Congress had no issue for the Lok Sabha elections and was perturbed after completion of six rounds of the elections.

He said the Congress was divided and faction ridden and most of senior party leaders were keeping away from electioneering in support of party candidates whereas the BJP was all united and would sweep all four Lok Sabha seats.

Kapoor said there was pro-Modi wave across the country and in Himachal Pradesh the pro-people policies and programmes of the Modi government at the Centre and the Jai Ram government in the state were appealing to the people. Briefing Modi government’s performance, he said every section of society benefited from government programmes.

Lambasting Congress leaders for the “malicious campaign” against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Kapoor said the people would never forgive them. The meetings were also addressed by MLA Rakesh Pathania.


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