Ahead of the Haryana assembly polls, Bhartiya Janta Party saw the addition of another prominent face from the state to its party. Former Cooperative Minister of Haryana and three-time MLA Kartar Singh Bhadana joined the saffron party on Friday.
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The leader received the party’s membership at the BJP headquarters in New Delhi. On the eve of his joining, Kartar Singh iterated that he was personally very impressed by the policies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Speaking to the media, he said, “I have joined BJP after being influenced by Prime Minister Modi’s policies. I support the Modi government on the issue of removing Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, only the BJP can take the country forward.”
Kartar Singh Bhadana contested the Lok Sabha elections of 2019 against BJP’s Narendra Singh Tomar from Moren seat. The leader has been the MLA from Khatauli seat in Uttar Pradesh and Samalka seat in Haryana previously. Bhadana was elected as MLA from Khatauli area of Muzaffarnagar from Chaudhary Ajit Singh-led party Rashtriya Lok Dal in 2012 assembly elections. However, he lost the elections of 2017 when he was fielded from Baghpat seat.