Gujarat set to reject Congress’ caste politics: Dr Jitendra

Union Minister and BJP Election Co-Incharge Dr Jitendra Singh, accompanied by party candidate Jhankhnaben Patel, in a public rally-cum-road show, before filing nomination papers for the important city constituency of Choryasi, at Surat, Gujarat on Tuesday.
Union Minister and BJP Election Co-Incharge Dr Jitendra Singh, accompanied by party candidate Jhankhnaben Patel, in a public rally-cum-road show, before filing nomination papers for the important city constituency of Choryasi, at Surat, Gujarat on Tuesday.

Excelsior Correspondent
SURAT (GUJARAT), Nov 21: Gujarat is all set to reject the Congress party’s caste based politics and the election results on 18th of December will mark a watershed in the history of Indian democracy with the BJP under the leadership of Narendra Modi and Amit Shah ushering in a new political culture of youth aspiration and development, and, once for all, dissociating from the caste and religion tactics used by the Congress party for over the last half a century.
This was stated here today by Union Minister and BJP Election Co-Incharge for Gujarat, Dr Jitendra Singh while speaking to media after the filing of nomination papers by the party candidate Ms. Jhankhnaben Patel from the important city constituency of Choryasi.
Dr Jitendra Singh said, the Congress party, which has been a trend – setter in the Indian politics for the last 70 years, deliberately provoked one religion against the other and one caste against the other, simply for the survival of dynasty politics and family rule. This, he said, not only deprived the Indian nation of the real spirit of democracy but also continuously divided the Indian society simply to sustain the rule of the single family, generation after generation.
But now, Dr Jitendra Singh said, the third generation of Indian and Gujaratis, which comprises 70 % of youth, neither subscribes to feudal mindset, nor gets carried away by retrogressive considerations based on caste. The voter of 2017, which comprises majority of youth, has moved ahead while the Congress and its leadership are still trying in vain the tricks of the past, he added.
Dr Jitendra Singh, who has been camping in this industrially sensitive town of Surat for the last nearly two months, expressed the confidence that because of the misguided hype created by Rahul Gandhi and his associates, the voter turn-out in Gujarat Assembly poll this time is going to be far more in number than before and this higher turn-out is determined to cast its mandate exclusively in support of BJP. He said, “this is my prediction that as the date of polling approaches, it will become one – sided contest with only BJP in the fray”.
Earlier, a massive public rally was taken out through the main roads and streets of Surat with BJP candidate Jhankhanaben Patel, accompanied by Dr Jitendra Singh, waving at the cheering crowds on the last day of the filing of nomination papers for Surat City Assembly constituencies, the polling for which is scheduled to be held on the 9th of December.

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