Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami
Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami

CM Dhami urges Delhi voters to choose BJP for development, end corruption, and uphold Sanatan Dharma

Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami addressed a public meeting in support of BJP candidate Kamaljit Sehrawat in West Delhi (Delhi) on Sunday. During the gathering held near Keshavpuri Mandi, the Chief Minister urged the attendees to support the BJP for the advancement of India, combating corruption, and upholding Sanatan Dharma.

Dhami expressed confidence that with the backing of the public, victory is certain for Kamaljit Sehrawat in West Delhi, paving the way for the re-election of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a third term. Hailing from the land of the sacred rivers Ganga and Yamuna, Dhami appealed to the people of Delhi to ensure Sehrawat’s victory, emphasizing the significance of the lotus blooming across all seven seats of the capital.

Highlighting the transformative decisions made under Prime Minister Modi’s leadership, Dhami cited the implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act, the abrogation of Article 370 in Kashmir, and the construction of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya. He also underscored the BJP’s commitment to implementing a Uniform Civil Code nationwide, citing Uttarakhand as the first state to enact equal citizenship.

Dhami condemned the Aam Aadmi Party’s alleged focus on opening liquor vends instead of prioritizing education in Delhi, accusing them of transforming the city into a “liquor den.” He criticized the opposition alliance for purportedly obstructing national interest decisions and sowing confusion among Delhi’s residents.

Appealing to the electorate to choose the BJP for a developed India, Dhami urged voters to support Kamaljit Sehrawat to enable Modi’s re-election as Prime Minister. Alongside Sehrawat, BJP district officials and supporters were present at the event.

The public meeting underscores the BJP’s efforts to rally support ahead of the upcoming elections in Delhi, as political parties intensify their campaigns to secure voter backing.

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