Nadda gets warm welcome in Rohtak, seeks votes for PM Modi : The Tribune India

Join Whatsapp Channel

Nadda gets warm welcome in Rohtak, seeks votes for PM Modi

Nadda gets warm welcome  in Rohtak, seeks votes for PM Modi

BJP president JP Nadda at a roadshow in Jind. Photo: Vijender Maratha



Tribune News Service

Ravinder Saini

Rohtak, May 21

BJP national president JP Nadda was accorded a warm welcome by party workers and supporters during his roadshow in the city today. Addressing the gathering, he said, “Do you want more than 400 seats for the BJP? If yes, then you will have to ensure the victory of Arvind Sharma. His victory will contribute in making Modi the Prime Minister for the third consecutive time.”

Clad in saffron turbans and carrying flags in their hands, the workers and supporters, including women, gathered at Power House Chowk to join Nadda.

The atmosphere was fully charged as the supporters were dancing to the drum beats while raising the slogans of “Abki bar 400 par” and “Ek baar phir Modi sarkar”. Women, too, were busy clicking selfies with the cutouts of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Minister Nayab Singh Saini and former Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar.

Nadda, accompanied by BJP national secretary Om Prakash Dhankar and BJP candidate Arvind Sharma, reached the venue on a saffron-coloured vehicle, which was specially designed for the roadshow.

“They are not BJP supporters but followers of Lord Ram. We have come here to strengthen the hands of PM Modi,” said Gulshan, an elderly man, donning a white T-shirt with imprinted pictures of Modi, Nadda and Sharma with the slogan of “Modi ka parivar”.

“We are doing two things at once. Providing potable water in this scorching heat is the best social service, while on the other hand, we are attending the roadshow of Nadda ji,” said Gulshan Nijhawan, a BJP supporter, while offering water bottles to attendees.

About The Author

The Tribune News Service brings you the latest news, analysis and insights from the region, India and around the world. Follow the Tribune News Service for a wide-ranging coverage of events as they unfold, with perspective and clarity.

#BJP #JP Nadda #Rohtak


Top News

'If there is 0.001% negligence…': Supreme Court raps National Testing Agency over NEET-UG row

'Even if there is 0.001% negligence, it should be dealt with': Supreme Court tells NTA over NEET row

Top court says the NTA and Centre would file their responses...

US Congressional delegation arrives in Dharamsala for meeting with Dalai Lama

US Congressional delegation, Tibetans ‘target’ China on autonomy for Tibet

China reacted to the US visit to Dharamsala to meet Dalai La...

'18th Lok Sabha verdict extraordinary': PM Modi in 1st public remarks after forming government thrice

'18th Lok Sabha verdict extraordinary': PM Modi in 1st public remarks after forming government thrice

Modi says rarely has any incumbent government been voted bac...


Cities

View All