Accusing the BJP government in Haryana of failing on all fronts, Hisar MP and the convener of the Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) Dushyant Chautala Saturday said the Jind bypoll result has set a task for his party to perform well in the Lok Sabha and the Assembly elections.
In the recently held Jind Assembly bypoll, the JJP, which came into existence following INLD split, put up a spirited fight and its candidate Digvijay Singh Chautala secured second position as the BJP won the seat.
Dushyant Chautala, the grandson of former Haryana chief minister Om Prakash Chautala, on Saturday exhorted party workers to work harder for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls and the Haryana Assembly elections due later this year to garner significant vote share.
"The result of Jind by-poll has brought a task for us. We got around 38,000 votes in the first match. It was an election of one constituency out of 90 assembly seats in Haryana. We secured 30 per cent votes in the first election.
"If we continue to make similar efforts in the Lok Sabha and assembly polls, we will be able to garner more than 35 per cent votes in the state," Chautala said while addressing a workers' meet here.
He claimed historically any party which got 31 to 32 per cent votes in Haryana managed to form government in the state.
"We managed 30 per cent votes in the first election and we have to raise this graph," Chautala said.
Accuding the Manohar Lal Khattar government of failing on all fronts, he said, "Khattar is worried these days. He knows if his party holds Vidhan Sabha elections on time, then people will bring their seat tally from 47 to four which they previously held. They may hold assembly polls with Lok Sabha elections."
"Khattar sahib, you may bring (Prime Minister Narendra) Modi ji, Amit Shah or you may come yourself and hold rallies here. But the people of Haryana have made their mind to bring the JJP to power."
"During Khattar's rule, employees are feeling exploited, traders are disappointed, women are not feeling secure, youths are not getting jobs and elders are waiting in queue for pension. Every section of the society is fed up with the BJP government," Chautala alleged.
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