Congress needs to be strengthened at booth level: Captain Ajay Yadav
Gurugram: Maintaining optimism over the future prospects of the grand old party, its Gurugram Lok Sabha candidate of 2019 Captain Ajay Yadav said that all was not lost for the Congress party. The six-time MLA from Rewari said it will be able to revive itself in the coming elections.
He has suggested that Congress party needs to strengthen at the booth level and the workers need to be energised further to make the voters believe that Congress can provide alternatives to the failures of the BJP. Even though Captain Yadav lost from his competitor by over three lakh votes, Captain Yadav has not shied away from in thanking five lakh voters who voted for him. In areas of Mewt where BJP was able to get the vote share of 20 percent Yadav has been making constant visits.
Captain Ajay Yadav is a son of Abhay Singh Yadav who was again one of the tallest leaders Congress in South Haryana. Captain Yadav served n Indian Army for seven years after he was first commissioned as an officer in 1980.
He took the premature retirement in 1987 and joined the state politics. Just two years after his joining the state politics he was able to win his first assembly elections in 1989 after which his successful stint in assembly elections carried on for more than 25 years.
Ever since he lost the Rewari is the Assembly elections in 2014, Captain Yadav focussed on the matters related to South Haryana and emphasised that how BJP was not able to deliver governance in the state as well as in the national level. He won the Rewari seat for the first time in 1989 after which he continued the successful trend with wins in 1991, 1996, 2000, 2004 and 2009.