This Time Voters Will Show Complete Confidence in Modi - G L Sharma
Senior BJP leader of Haryana and Chairman of Haryana Chairman of Haryana Dairy Development Cooperative Limited GL Sharma has called upon the workers to join hands to bring BJP back to power with a full majority in this Lok Sabha election scheduled on April 2019.
In his statement released on Tuesday GL Sharma said, "the date for the election has been announced. Elections will be held on May 12 in Haryana. Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the NDA government has done the job of bringing the country to new heights of development over the past five years. Every region of the country and society has benefitted under his development programme. There is no doubt that the country is with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In this election, India will impose its full faith in Prime Minister Narendra Modi."
Both at the centre and state BJP is in government. It is decided that in this Lok Sabha elections, the party will again form the government with the majority.
"The Modi wave is still working. People have no confusion about the development work done by the NDA government in the last five years. The country is standing with the prime minister. BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi have changed the ways of country's politics. Modi Government have uprooted the dominance of family politics and has been working on promoting the Politics of Performance and Politics for Development and bringing people under the umbrella of development." added Sharma
"That Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a visionary leader has been affirmed by most of the prominent leaders of the world. In the five years of his tenure, he has become world's one of the most popular leader and his credibility he has been made at the international level," said Sharma added further.
"He is also a motivator to our young people to work hard for the country. Now this election has brought you an opportunity to redefine your destiny and go ahead. Let us create a new India under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again," concludes Sharma.