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Former Additional Secretary of Haryana Legislative Assembly Ram Narayan Yadav joins JJP

Former Additional Secretary of Haryana Legislative Assembly Ram Narayan Yadav joins JJP
Former Additional Secretary of Haryana Legislative Assembly Ram Narayan Yadav joins JJP

Edited By Gourav Chouhan, Updated: 31 Aug, 2022 08:35 PM

Party’s Principal General Secretary Digvijay Singh Chautala duly inducted Ram Narayan Yadav in the party wearing the banner of Jannayak Janata Party and said that he would get full respect and respect in the party.

Chandigarh (Chandrasekhar Dharani): Former Additional Secretary of Haryana Legislative Assembly and former Advisor of Punjab Legislative Assembly Ram Narayan Yadav joined Jannayak Janata Party. Digvijay Singh Chautala, the party’s principal general secretary at the JJP state office in Chandigarh, duly inducted Ram Narayan Yadav in the party wearing the banner of Jannayak Janata Party and said that he would get full respect in the party.

Gurugram resident Ram Narayan has also been a former national secretary in INLD. Ram Narayan said that he joined the party after being influenced by the working style of Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala and the policies of JJP. He said that he will fulfill the responsibility assigned to him by the party very well. He also said that he would give his services to the party as a worker with the intention of serving the people. Party’s National Organization Secretary Rajendra Litani, State Office Secretary Randhir Singh etc. were present on this occasion.

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