Chandigarh: BJP National President and Union Home Minister Amit Shah is going to launch an election campaign for the state assembly from Jind in Haryana today. Amit Shah will address the BJP's faith rally here and conch up the election. The rally has been organized by former Union Minister Chaudhary Birendra Singh. Birendra Singh Deenbandhu seems to be a brother in a relationship with Sir Chhotu Ram's grandson and former state CM Bhupendra Singh Hooda.
Birendra Singh's wife Premalta is also a BJP MLA from Uchana in Jind district. In view of the assembly elections, the BJP is trying its best to woo the Jats by holding a rally here. At the rally, CM Manohar Lal Khattar will also present his five-year government report card. Amit Shah is likely to deliver a major political message from Jind's soil amid the ongoing action after the withdrawal of Section 370 from Jammu and Kashmir.
Amit Shah's rally will be watched not only by opposition parties but also of neighboring Pakistan. The assembly elections in Haryana are scheduled to be held this year, with Amit Shah going to Jind today. Amit Shah's visit has also adorned the stage at the Eklavya Stadium and security arrangements have been taken in every corner in view of his safety. For this, troops have been deployed not only on the ground but also in the airspace and BSF personnel have been deployed in helicopter security.