Jananayak Janata Party will celebrate its second Foundation Day in Bhiwani on 9 December. This rally will be named ‘Jan Aabhar’. During the one-year tenure of the coalition government, Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala will thank him and the coalition government for the work done in the state interest. This decision was taken at the national executive meeting held in Gurgaon on Saturday under the chairmanship of JJP National President Dr. Ajay Singh Chautala.
State Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala, State President Sardar Nishan Singh, Minister of State Anoop Dhanak, Senior National Vice President Dr. KC Bangar, Anantharam Tanwar, all officials and members of National Executive, JJP MLA, District Head, State President, INSO National Chairman Digvijay Singh Chautala etc. were present. The first mourning motion was presented by the party in the meeting, in which two minutes of silence were paid to pay tribute to the great dignitaries, leaders and workers associated with the party and their families and martyred soldiers.
The JJP state president said that Janjanayak Janata Party was formed on 9 December 2018 in Jind and JJP’s two-year journey is coming to an end on 9 December 2018. In the party’s national executive meeting, it has been unanimously decided to celebrate the second foundation day by organizing a public vote rally in Bhiwani. He said that in the interest of the state, the Deputy Chief Minister gave the right to give 75 percent employment in the private sector to the youth of the state, 50 percent share in panchayat elections to women, eight percent participation in panchayat elections for the first time to BACA class, right to rural voters. The rally will be thanked by Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala and the coalition government for the work done in various public interest, including the right to recall, the approval of Hisar International Airport and the commencement of construction work.
The extension and strength of the organization was discussed by the officials in the meeting. In this regard, the party’s national executive has decided to appoint state heads in several states to expand the organization to another state, so as to strengthen JJP in Haryana as well as other states. He said that in light of further expansion of organization in Haryana, appointments of light heads will also be made soon.