Development only if BJP at helm: Anurag

Union Information-cum-Broadcasting Minister, Anurag Thakur said Wednesday development is possible only when BJP is in power and that is why there is need to repeat the Bharatiya Janata Party Gvernment in his Home state Himachal Pradesh.
Thakur was addressing a series of election meetings in Sujanpur and Hamirpur assembly segments of the district ahead of the November 12 polls. He has been getting rousing reception by people of his state wherever he is addressing meetings.
The central minister said BJP has developed the nation and has also contributed to Himachal Pradesh’s development under the able leaderships of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur.
He said: “Time has come to reimpose your faith in the BJP as the BJP is the only party in the country that is pro-people. “BJP always helps people during crisis and the Corona pandemic is a glaring example.” He said:
“When the entire world was suffering and people were dying even in the US and UK, our Prime Minister swung into action and administered free anti-Covid vaccines to crores of Indian people for free.
This showed the love and affection that the PM has for the people and society. He attacked the opposition saying those who were against the vaccines during the Covid outbreak, have now taken a different turn. “these were the same people who had no love or faith in the dynamism and ability of the Indian scientists.”
He exhorted people to continue to show full faith in Modi’s leadership and strengthen him further by voting the BJP back to power in the state.
The BJP leader took a dig at the Congress for always trying to befool people on one pretext or another. However, he added “people are aware of their designs and will not fall prey to their evil and negative thinking”.
Anurag Thakur sought votes for party candidates — Captain Ranjit Singh from Sujanpur and Narendra Thakur from Hamirpur — for their own welfare and benefits. Anurag Thakur was seen mingling with people ignoring the advice of the security and spoke to school going children. (UNI)