INLD to contest Panchayat elections over party symbol: OP Chautala

: India’s National Lok Dal (INLD) leader and former chief minister OP Chautala has said the party will contest the upcoming Panchayati Raj institutions elections over the party symbol.

“The INLD will contest the panchayat elections on the party symbol and we will nominate the winning candidates based on their eligibility,” he added.

Earlier, addressing a gathering of party workers in Kurukshetra, Chautala said the party would make a comeback in the upcoming Lok Sabha and state assembly elections.

“We are going to reach out to every household in the state and raise awareness about the corruption and anti-people policies of the government of Haryana,” Chautala said after addressing a meeting of workers in the state. went to Kurukshetra.

He said the INLD is deeply connected to the people of Haryana and the party workers will reach every voter in the state. On the preparations for the panchayat elections, he said that

The INLD leader also accused the BJP-JJP coalition government of failing to control corruption in government jobs, saying people don’t work even after taking money.

Earlier, in his speech to the party workers’ rally, he asked them to visit every house in every village and connect people for the party. He said the September 25 INLD rally on the anniversary of Late Devi Lal’s birth will be historic and thousands of people will attend. ENDS

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