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Sunday, 13 December 2020

Jan Chetna declares 14 candidates for Ambala City civic body poll

Tribune News Service
Ambala, December 12

Former union minister and Haryana Jan Chetna Party chief Venod Sharma on Saturday announced 14 candidates of his political outfit for the upcoming Ambala Municipal Corporation election. He said few people had been getting all benefits in the system that had been developed over the last few years.

HDF mayoral candidate files nomination

  • Former minister Nirmal Singh-led Haryana Democratic Front's mayoral candidate Amisha Chawla filed her nomination
  • Nirmal Singh said the incumbent government had misguided people and corruption was rampant in the MC

Sharma said they would contest the polls with the motive of developing Ambala. His party has declared candidates from 14 wards, including ward number 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19 and 20.

While speaking to media on the occasion, Venod Sharma said, "Several people are contesting the election and everyone has the right to do so. We have no objection to anyone. City residents have many complaints and have been witnessing problems such as poor sanitation, poor lighting and unemployment, over the last few years. The general public is not getting all benefits provided by the system. We will break this system and work with the motive of public welfare. We will also simplify the procedure of obtaining no objection certificates from the corporation.

There are 20 wards under the Ambala Municipal Corporation, soon the mayoral candidate and the remaining six candidates will also be declared. I promise all residents that we will work to develop Ambala."

On the other hand, former minister Nirmal Singh-led Haryana Democratic Front's mayoral candidate Amisha Chawla on Saturday filed her nomination. Nirmal Singh said the incumbent government had misguided the people and corruption was rampant in corporation. The HDF candidates will win the election.



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