For the Haryana assembly elections to be held in October, the former soldiers have demanded 5 seats.
|| TAC News Bureau
Along with this, there has been a demand to make the former soldiers candidates from the military-dominated areas Gurugram Rewari, Mahendragarh, Bhiwani, Dadri, Jhajjar etc.
According to Colonel Mahavir Singh, there are more than 47000 ex-servicemen voters in Kosli Mild of Haryana state. Ex-Servicemen Found Confused While the discipline of the former soldiers is necessary in governance, the attitude of the former soldiers is soft towards the present ruling party BJP.
Now that most of the seats of BJP are almost in split and in such a situation, a question was asked in favor of BJP asking to give tickets to former soldiers, “If other party gives ticket to a former soldier So and the team appeared divided on the question of whether all these soldiers would support him or not.”
In such a situation, the love to Indian Army was seen and the event of not getting the ticket, the martyr’s welfare foundation rejected the talk and decided to stand as an independent or to stand from other political parties.