Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, a union minister, is fighting anti-Sanatan ideology

Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat urged party members to make a commitment to canvass voters and secure their participation in the Rashtra Nirman, stating that the Lok Sabha elections represent a fight between pro- and anti-Sanatan ideology.

He was speaking at the Gandhi Ground in Ambala Cantonment at a Vijay Sankalp rally in favor of BJP candidate Banto Kataria for Ambala Lok Sabha. Together with state chief minister Nayab Singh Saini, union minister Shekhawat, minister of state Aseem Goel, and minister of agriculture Kanwar Pal, Kataria submitted her nomination today.

“During the Congress’ regime, only reports related to scams, poor economies, terrorist attacks, and bomb blasts used to be heard,” Shekhawat said in his speech. However, the nation has seen fast development and an improvement in its standing internationally under Narendra Modi’s leadership. The BJP has made an effort to help the actual beneficiaries.

“There was an ideological struggle during the elections between pro- and anti-Sanatan. Additionally, the dispute is between those who vowed to reinstate Article 370 and those who removed it. It is unimaginable for us to elect those who advocate for the reintroduction of the article. The electorate has chosen to reinstate the Modi administration in the center for the third time.

“Over the last ten years, we have seen rapid development,” CM Saini said. The opposition chose to mislead people based on falsehoods since they had nothing constructive to offer. The BJP has served all societal segments. We need to knock on doors, raise awareness, and convey PM Modi’s message to people.

The Congress was criticized by former Home Minister Anil Vij, who said that “Congress leaders cannot be trusted.” Artificial intelligence is now being used to produce bogus videos that they then spread to mislead others. Videos from a phony party are being used. The Congress is not authorized to discuss democracy and the Constitution. Indira Gandhi had abused her authority by declaring a state of emergency. — TNS

Worth of moveable assets: Rs 1.45 crore

While her husband, former MP Rattan Lal Kataria, has movable assets worth Rs 21.9 lakh, Banto Kataria’s affidavit, submitted with her candidacy, reveals moveable assets totaling Rs 1.45 crore. The BJP candidate’s husband has real estate valued at Rs 7 crore, while her own assets are valued at Rs 25 lakh.

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