Jammu, April 13: With just four days left for election campaigning in Udhampur, the Congress has miserably failed to come out with its achievements, as a result, its Candidate is finding it difficult to face the public. It's game plan of contesting the election with the help of proxy candidates will bite the dust at the hands of BJP candidate Dr Jitendra Singh in the election for Udhampur Lok Sabha constituency on April 18 this year.
This was stated by BJP State Spokesperson & Constituency Media Incharge, Balbir Ram Rattan, while sharing record number of development projects and welfare schemes brought for Udhampur-Doda-Kathua Constituency by Dr. Jitendra Singh during his five years term as MP, which has disturbed the arithmetic of Congress of sailing out on the shoulders of NC, PDP and few less known parties and planted candidates
Balbir said that by its such acts, Congress, on one hand, has been fully exposed for going to polls with the support of Kashmir based parties with controversial credentials, on the other, the people have seen through its plan of planting parties with sole objective of defeating BJP, a dream which would never come true.
“One thing is sure in this election that Congress will face a humiliating defeat and wiped out by the voters of Udhampur”, Balbir said and added that this party has compromised on national interests in the State just for the sake of power and today’s electorate understands all.
Dr. Jitendra Singh has served his Constituency to the best of his capability and capacity and whatever he has done itself speaks. This has turned Congress issueless, which is making every effort to remain in the race but in reality, it is far behind due to its own politics of compromising and opportunism.
Balbir Ram Rattan further said that people of Jammu province have rejected Congress in the first phase by voting overwhelmingly in favour of BJP and the same trend will be repeated in Udhampur Constituency to teach lesson to Congress and other parties, which are making emotional statements to garner public support but the voters have made up their mind to repeat Dr. Jitendra Singh.
After April 18, Congress in Udhampur will go into the chapters of history and its planted parties rest in hibernation, Balbir added.