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Congress has lost people’s trust, says Haryana BJP Chairman Dhankar

Congress has lost the trust of the people and now its leaders are busy covering up ongoing corruption cases against its top leaders, Haryana BJP Chairman OP Dhankar has said.

Haryana BJP Chairman OP Dhankar has claimed that Congress party protests over the issues of rising inflation and unemployment have given the party leadership an opportunity to cover up the corruption charges being made against their main leaders.

“Congress has lost the trust of the people and now its leaders are busy covering up ongoing corruption cases against its key leaders while being questioned by law enforcement leadership. Now Congress has at least some problems organizing protests,” Dhankhar said while visiting Karnal on the sidelines of the party workers’ meeting.

He said people in the country are fully aware of the inflation and the reasons behind it as India was in a better position than several other countries after a post Covid pandemic setback.

Earlier, addressing party workers at a workshop, Dhnkar said they should reach out to people in both urban and rural areas and inform them about the social welfare programs launched by the government for them.

He said 15 such workshops have been held and under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, tricolors have been distributed to 10 million households in the state.

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