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Former soldiers sought participation in the assembly Election

Good governance by discipline, former soldiers sought participation in the legislative assembly Electoral conclave has been sounded in Haryana.

||  Dillip Mishra

In the ticket claim, where former and current MLAs are competing with the changing parties and rebel leaders, there is a demand for participation in the Legislative Assembly of the Indian Army which has served and protected the country on the border and various fronts.  There is also enthusiasm in the soldiers along with the soldiers in the manner in which the Prime Minister of the country Shri Narendra Modi ji has lectured and praised on various occasions about his love to Indian Army and patriotism.

This is the reason that the ex-servicemen of South Haryana have raised the demand to make ex-servicemen candidates in the upcoming assembly elections.

In a press conference held in Gurugram, Colonel Mahavir Singh, President, Shaheed Kalyan Foundation said that some players who won medals in national and international competitions were given government jobs during the Congress rule, some of them quit government jobs and recently some of them joined BJP. According to Colonel Mahavir Singh, every tenth soldier in the army is also from Haryana and Haryana is recognized as the heart of soldiers in the country. If we talk of bravery in the country service, then Haryana is the first to compete with it.

In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, there was a lot of support from the former soldiers for the BJP’s great victory. In the 2014 Haryana Assembly, only one former soldier Captain Abhimanyu was nominated as a candidate.

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