Political: Jind will again witness a rally on the 28th, Devi Lal, Banshilal and Bhupendra Hooda have given a successful political launch from here.


Political: Jind will again witness a rally on the 28th, Devi Lal, Banshilal and Bhupendra Hooda have given a successful political launch from here.

Political rally in Jind.Jind is not only known as the political capital of Haryana and the heart of the state. Jind, one of the oldest districts of the state, may have lagged behind in terms of development, but the political threat here has never abated. Through Jind, Devi Lal, Banshilal and Bhupendra Singh Hooda managed to reach the pinnacle of power in the state. Now, Arvand Kajeri’s Aam Aadmi Party is following in the same footsteps and selecting Jind for its rally on January 28 to gain power in Haryana after coming to power in Delhi and Punjab. Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi and Narendra Modi have also addressed rallies on Jind ground.

The image will be unveiled after the elections

Last year, Haryana Jansevak Party leader and Meham MP Balraj Kudu had organized a public service solution rally in Jind. In which Akhilesh Yadav also took part. In such a situation, one has to see how lucky Jind will be for Arvind Kajriwal’s AAP like Devi Lal, Banshilal and Bhupendra Singh Hooda. There will be a first glimpse of this in the 2024 Lok Sabha, but to get a completely clear picture we will have to wait for the general election results.

AAP will sound the election signal through a rally

After staging a yatra in all 90 assembly seats in the state, the Aam Aadmi Party will hold a rally in Jind on January 28 to sound the trumpet of the Lok Sabha elections in Haryana. Besides AAP convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kajriwal, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann will also take part in the rally. AAP leaders have been making big claims about the Jind rally in the last few days.

Kerji man in the SYL dispute in the sights of the opponents

Since the separation of Haryana and Punjab in 1966, SYL has been a major dispute between the two states. This dispute cannot be resolved even after the Supreme Court’s decision. In this regard, the opponents have now started cornering Kajrewal and Bhagwant Mann with AAP by putting up posters in Jind town ahead of the AAP rally on January 28 in Jind. Currently, AAP is in government in Punjab and by sharing the rally stage in Jind with Punjab Chief Minister Kajriwal, the opponents have an opportunity to corner AAP and Kejriwal.

Delilal’s threat was visible not only in the state but also in power at the centre.

The All-Haryana Conference organized in Jind on March 23, 1986 was considered the largest rally in the state. The presence of veterans on Devilal’s platform had completely changed the political picture in the state and in the subsequent general elections, Devilal’s party got 85 out of 90 seats and Devilal became the chief minister of the state. After this, in 1989, Devi Lal made a significant contribution in dislodging the Congress from power at the Center and Devi Lal became the country’s Deputy Prime Minister.

Banshilal and Bhupendra Hooda also got power

By forming the Haryana Vikas Party, Ch. Banshilal also became the Chief Minister of the state by holding a rally in Jind. After the Kandela incident, Bhupendra Singh Hooda also started his march from Jind to oust Omprakash Chautala from power in the state. Bhupendra Singh Hooda, who came to limelight by traveling from Jind to Delhi on foot, was declared the Congress leadership candidate after winning the assembly elections. The Congress leadership ignored Bhajan Lal, the state Congress’ tallest leader, and handed over the CM’s chair to Bhupendra Singh Hooda.

Second rally before the 2024 elections

After 2019, ahead of the Lok Sabha and Assembly elections in 2024, the first rally of the AAP Aadmi Party in the state will be held on Jind ground. Joint leaders claim to have gathered a crowd of thousands of people for the rally. Early last year, Independent MLA from Meham Balraj Kundu had launched his Haryana Jansevak Party with a rally in Jind.

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