The Jannayak Janta Party (JJP) is gearing up for a massive rally in Dubwali on December 8th, commemorating its sixth foundation day. Dr. Ajay Singh Chautala, the National President of JJP, announced that the event would also unveil a statue dedicated to the late Prakash Singh Badal, former Chief Minister of Punjab.
Addressing a meeting at the newly inaugurated Guest House in Bhuna Mod, Dr. Chautala emphasized the historic significance of the rally, aiming to bring together party leaders, members, and supporters from the Sirsa Lok Sabha constituency and beyond. Notable attendees included Nishan Singh, the State President of JJP, senior party leader Kuljit Kuldiya, Pradesh Upadhyaksh Surendra Lekha, district president Ravinder Beniwal, and others.
Dr. Ajay Singh Chautala urged party workers to actively participate in the rally, highlighting its importance in the lead-up to the 2024 elections. He welcomed leaders from Punjab to join the event and witness the political strides made by the JJP in a short span.
The party’s leadership emphasized the need for extensive outreach, urging workers to connect with the public door-to-door and make the rally a historic moment for the Sirsa Lok Sabha constituency. They praised Dr. Ajay Singh Chautala for his leadership and enthusiasm, expressing confidence in the party’s growing political influence in Haryana.
Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala affirmed the party’s commitment to fulfill promises made to the people before the elections. On this occasion, JJP’s district youth president Mohit Khichad, SC cell district head Ishwar Bhukkal, BC cell head Hanuman Soni, Kisan cell president Sadhuram Gorakhpur, and other local leaders were present.
The leaders also disclosed plans for an upcoming membership drive and affirmed their commitment to connect with people at the grassroots level. With Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala taking the lead, the JJP continues to strengthen its support base, making significant strides in Haryana’s political landscape.