Gurugram nominees visit urban villages, intensify campaigning.

Gurugram: Incumbent Gurugram MP and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate for the Lok Sabha seat Rao Inderjit Singh on Sunday reached out to the Punjabi community in the city and appealed to them to vote for the BJP as it is the only There is a party, which can initiate it. Gurugram and in the development of the country. Singh, who was addressing the Punjabi Samaj Sammil in Sector 17A, said that the Punjabi community has played a key role in the transformation of Gurugram and Haryana.

BJP's Gurugram Parliamentary Constituency candidate, Rao Inderjit Singh, addresses a public meeting at Sector-17A near Afco Chowk in Gurugram on Sunday. (Parveen Kumar/HT Photo)

Addressing the gathering, the Gurugram MP said that the Congress has imported a Punjabi candidate (Raj Babbar), and he is trying to create division among the people and seek votes in the name of his community. Congress has always misled people and abandoned them after using their votes and support. I urge you not to be confused by his duplicity and instead vote for the development that PM Modi represents.

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Gurugram will go to polls on May 25, in the sixth phase of the Lok Sabha polls that began across the country on April 19.

The Gurugram MP also said that he would focus on completing the Gurugram Metro project, and RRTS would be implemented in the next five years to provide good transit facilities to the people. “Our focus is to ensure all-round development of the region. We are seeking votes on the basis of development and not on the basis of caste, creed and religion.

Singh said that completion of Dwarka Expressway, Sohna Elevated Road Project, opening of Delhi Mumbai Expressway, upgradation of Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway with multiple flyovers and underpasses and completion of KMP Expressway are important examples of development. are out in the district. “All these projects have changed Gurugram for good and will change the entire South Haryana. We have worked equally in every sector,” he said while talking to the media later.

Gurgaon Lok Sabha seat is expected to be a three-way contest between Singh, Raj Babbar of Congress and Rahul Yadav popularly known as 'Fazal Puria' of Jannaik Janata Party (JJP).

Congress candidate Raj Babbar, who also campaigned in urban villages of Gurugram on Sunday, however, questioned the BJP and its candidate on development issues during his outreach programme. Babar, also a Punjabi, said he was not an outsider but had come to stay for a long time.

Babbar wanted to know what the BJP government and its MPs had done in the last 20 years. “Where is the development? Civic agencies are dysfunctional and do not work. Garbage is strewn across the city and the sanitation system is not working. Sewage flows in villages and colonies but nothing is done,” he said. said, adding that the BJP government has not constructed a single pillar of the metro in the last 10 years.

While both the Congress and BJP candidates hit out at each other, Rahul Yadav, the JJP candidate from Gurugram, held a meeting with residents and representatives of various condominiums and RWAs at the town hall on Sunday, during which he Heard the problems faced. Citizen voters

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