Whistle blower PRJA gears up
Rights crusader and the leader of whistle blower party PRJA (Peoples’ Resurgence and Justice Alliance) Irom Chanu Sharmila today hoisted her flag at Kongpal Kongkham Leikai in Imphal East district.
While Sharmila was busy in Imphal East, Erendro Leichombam a candidate of PRJA at Thangmeiband Constituency today took out election campaign rally in Thangmeiband Constituency areas.
In the flag hosting ceremony of Sharmila Chanu Jitendra Choudri, Lok Shabha MP, CPI (M) Tripura; Dr. L. Nara, convenor of Left and Democratic Front, secretary of CPI (M); Soram Iboyaima, President of Nationalist Congress Party; Santa Kshetrimayum, secretary member of CPI (M); M Tombi Singh, co-convenor of LDF and JDU Leader; Vermini, church leader and supporters of PRJA and other prominent persons were present.
Irom Sharmila Chanu is contesting the chief minister of Maniir Okram Ibobi Singh at Thoubal Assembly Constituency.
She said the good doer will always win over the bad doers. “Right before the election many have shown positive response towards PRJA and it will not be wrong to say PRJA have already won the election in the heart of the people.”
“PRJA will always remain as PRJA for the people of Manipur fighting against corruption and dirty politics in the state” said the Iron Lady.
Erendro asserted it is the positive response of the youths of Manipur throughout the campaign of PRJA by supporting and coming out to change Manipur. All the principles and believes of PRJA has been validated that it is the youths which is going to change our society and bring a new transformation in Manipur, added Erandro.
Whistles were blown by the participants in both the election rally of the PRJA candidates whose party symbol is Whistle.
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