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Shri Ram Sena appeals people to elect competent candidates
Shri Ram Sena Jammu and Kashmir state president Rajiv Mahajan has appealed the electorate of the country especially from Jammu and Kashmir state to vote in favour of secular and honest candidates in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

Addressing media persons here on Sunday, Rajiv Mahajan said that at present the country is passing through crucial phase because of incompetent and unstable government at the Centre. Most of the parliamentarians are involved in scams and criminal cases.

These corrupt parliamentarians have eaten the vitals of the country and made it hollow. General public is suffering due to wrong policies of government and the corruption from top to bottom is at its peak. Corrupt politicians have amazed uncountable wealth while as the general public is agonized to both ends meet.

Mahajan said now it is the time to teach lesson to the corrupt and anti people parliamentarians and show them the doors of parliament and bring in honest and people friendly politicians in the house. Though ECI has improved the system of I-Cards, yet there is apprehension of bogas voting, which must be stopped, Mahajan added.

Mahajan again appealed the electorate of the country and state to exercise their franchise without any fear in favour of competent candidates for the progress and prosperity of the country.

Others present in the press conference were Ajay Gupta, Bal Krishan Arora, Ramesh Thakur, Pawan Choudhary, Sandeep. Vijayant Pathania, Pawan Verma, S.C. Singh, Deepak Slathia, Yogesh Mangotra, Naveen Raina and others.

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