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‘Don’t be so timid; don’t try to hide behind bushes’, Tewari taunts Tandon for running away from debate

‘Don’t be so timid; don’t try to hide behind bushes’, Tewari taunts Tandon for running away from debate

Bahadurjeet Singh/Chandigarh,May 12,2024

Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) candidate from Chandigarh Manish Tewari today taunted his BJP opponent Sanjay Tandon that he was being too timid and was only “hiding behind the bushes”, that is unbecoming of someone aspiring to be a public representative.

Tewari also reiterated his party’s guarantee of providing Rs one lakh to every poor family, every year, across the country, which will transform their economy and improve their buying capacity.

Replying to a question, on Tandon’s claims that Tewari did not know about Chandigarh’s issues, during an informal interaction with reporters here today, he said, “it is thirteenth day today since I invited Mr Tandon for an open debate and I am telling him not to be so timid and hide behind the bushes by running away from the debate”.

He said, let Tandon join a public debate with him and raise all these questions instead of saying meaningless things while hiding behind the bushes. “I wonder what Tandon is afraid of that he is running away from a simple debate in full public view”, he said.

‘Don’t be so timid; don’t try to hide behind bushes’, Tewari taunts Tandon for running away from debate .To a question on Congress’ guarantee of providing Rs one lakh to every poor family, Tewari explained, “the eldest lady in every poor household will get Rs 8500 every month, directly in her bank account”. He said, this will jump start the economy as it will improve the purchasing power of people, which in turn will lead to demand for goods. It will be a full economic cycle, benefiting everyone, he said.

‘Don’t be so timid; don’t try to hide behind bushes’, Tewari taunts Tandon for running away from debate

Prominent BJP leader joins Congress

Tewari inducted senior BJP leader Rajinder Kumar’Neetu’ Pradhan along with over a thousand workers into the party at a function held in Sector 35. He said Neetu’s joining was yet another proof that the BJP’s rank and file was completely disillusioned and alienated with the party. “Coming events cast their shadow”, he remarked, while expressing confidence that the INDIA bloc was set to form the government once the votes are counted on June 4.

Padyatra in Maloya Colony, Ram Darbar

Tewari, accompanied by senior leaders from the INDIA bloc including Chandigarh Congress president Harmohinder Singh Lucky, Aam Aadmi Party and Samajwadi Party leaders carried out ‘padyatras’ in Maloya Colony and Ram Darbar areas. He was welcomed and greeted by people and assured of their support.

Public meeting in village Badheri

Tewari also addressed a public meeting in village Badheri, organized by Chandigarh president of the All India Jat Maha Sabha, Rajinder Singh Badheri and Ajit Singh Grewal. It was attended among others by the AAP councilor Hardip Singh Buteria.

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