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BJP to construct Mazdoor Bhawan in Chandigarh if it wins city's Lok Sabha seat
Former Chandigarh MP Satya Pal Jain and National in-charge of the Legal and Legislative Cell of the BJP has reiterated that if BJP candidate wins in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in the city Chandigarh, the party MP will get a good 'Mazdoor Bhawan' constructed in Chandigarh which will be dedicated to laborers and poor workers and hard working sections of the society.
Jain was addressing a rally of laborers, which was organized by the Mazdoor Sewa Samiti at Labour Chowk in Sector 40-41, on the occasion of Maha Shivaratri Celebrations. Hundreds of workers attended the rally.

He said that during the Congress rule, the common man is struggling feed his/her family two times a day, but the big corrupt leaders like 'Bhai-Bhatija? and ?Mama-Bhanja? grab crores and crores of rupees using corrupt means in a single day. He said that the BJP by projecting a tea vendor's son as the Prime Minister of India has made crores and crores of poor people feel proud of it.

Jain, along with the BJP Councilor and Deputy Mayor of Chandigarh Davesh Moudgil, participated in Maha Shivaratri celebrations in sector 47's Shiv temple also.

Davesh Moudgil said that the Congress leaders, ministers and MPs have become highly arrogant, because of huge wealth and absolute power procured by questionable means. He said that Congress has no moral right to rule the country.

Among others, Jagdish Rohila, Raju Yadav, Raj Kumar, Ramakant Yadav, Dashrath Yadav, Shiv Bihari Tiwari, Dinesh Yadav, Raju Mandal, M.D. Khan, Harinder Gupta, Niranjan Gupta, Munna Pandey attended the rally.

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