Phagwara: Asking workers to put in their best to further galvanise the party at the booth level, Punjab BSP chief Rashpal Raju today said doing so was of paramount importance to give the state’s people a third alternative in the Assembly elections next year.
“Party workers must fan out further through door-to-door and house-to-house campaigns in order to measure up to public hopes and aspirations by capturing power,” he said in a meeting here.
Claiming Punjabis were “disillusioned” with the traditional SAD-BJP alliance and Congress, and even with the AAP, Raju said, “BSP was the only party that could free Punjab of corruption, drugs, unemployment and solve dalit and agrarian issues.”
Reiterating that the BSP’s graph had catapulted, he claimed the party was all set to come to power in Punjab in the upcoming polls. PTI
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