CM Dhami addressed public meetings in Champawat, said – after victory, I will fulfill the aspirations of the people

Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami reached Banbasa on an election tour on Sunday. Before entering the city, he was warmly welcomed by BJP workers near Sonia Nallah on Banbasa-Khatima border. In Banbasa, the CM, while addressing the election public meetings, assured to meet the expectations of the people after winning the elections. Said that the double engine government of BJP will leave no stone unturned in the development of the assembly constituency.
After reaching the city, the Chief Minister, accepting the greetings of the public, appealed to vote in favor of BJP by doing public relations at places like Mazgaon, Devpur, Gadigoth etc. Later, the Chief Minister addressed a public meeting near the Gadigoth bridge. In the by-elections to be held on May 31, he appealed to make him victorious by pressing the button of lotus flower. He said that even in the assembly elections held earlier, the respected people here had won the BJP. He said that after winning the elections, he will live up to the expectations of the people.
The Chief Minister said that the party has directed him to contest from Champawat assembly. Following the order of the party, he has come to seek votes among the public. The Chief Minister enumerated the development works done during his six months. He also praised the work of Modi government. Said that the double engine government would leave no stone unturned for the development of the Legislative Assembly. He assured to take the benefits of public welfare schemes to the person sitting at the last end. Said that he has knowledge about all the problems in the area.
The Chief Minister also addressed a public meeting near the Canal Gate and here also assured the people of meeting their expectations after winning the elections. CM did public relations at places like Meena Bazar, Railway Bazar, Main Bazar, Chand Market etc. Everywhere they reached through road shows. After public relations, he reached the BJP office at Patni intersection. Where the workers interacted and reviewed the by-election campaign and thanked the workers for putting their lives in the campaign. In the end, he reached the office of the Ex-Servicemen Welfare Committee near Strong Gate and met the ex-servicemen.
On this occasion, Minister Rekha Arya, Election Coordinator Kailash Gahtori, Mandal President Sandeep Pathak, Nagar Panchayat President Renu Agarwal, Subhash Thapliyal, Sanjay Agarwal, Devendra Thakur, Bharat Singh Bhandari, Mohan Singh Thakur, Sanjay Thakur, Hema Joshi, Deepak Rajwar All BJP workers including Tanakpur Municipality President Vipin Kumar, MLA of Lohaghat Puran Fatyal, Sudha Bisht were present.

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