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Saturday, 31 October 2020

Govt has nothing to show, claims Hooda

Tribune News Service
Panipat, October 30

Former Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Friday said the Baroda byelection was a battle for Chandigarh. He said the hardworking, honest and self-respecting people of Baroda did not want a share in the government of plunder, crime and corruption, but wanted their own government.

Holiday in Gohana on November 3

Chandigarh: In view of the Baroda bypoll, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has declared a holiday in Gohana subdivision on November 3. Assistant Registrar (General) issued the notification in this regard on Friday. TNS

Hooda on Friday campaigned in Jasrana, Gumana, Aavli and Bilbilan villages of Baroda constituency in support of Congress candidate Induraj Narwal.

Taking a dig at the BJP's six years, Hooda said that Haryana had been running in reverse gear in the six years of the BJP government. The BJP-JJP led state government was busy

in abandoning schemes launched by previous governments instead of making new schemes and planning in the public interest.

Highlighting the welfare schemes launched during the Congress regime, former CM Hooda said that loans and interest worth crores of rupees of farmers, poor, backward and Dalits were waived; 3.82 lakh plots were given to poor families, Rs 91,000 to build houses, millions of water tanks and connections. But the current government has stopped this scheme for the poor.

The Leader of Opposition said that the BJP-JJP coalition government has no schemes, plans or achievements to show to the people of the state. The ruling alliance only wants to mislead people and seek votes, he added.

But the people are now aware of the reality and understand the intention of the government, Hooda said.

"Every vote of Baroda voters will be a democratic blow to demolish the anti-people policies of this government," he said.

Meanwhile, Rajya Sabha member Deepender Singh Hooda raised a question over the new law for imposing a fine of Rs 1 crore and imprisonment of five years for burning stubble. He said that before torturing farmers, the government should provide the solution. The government should make a law on MSP.

Deepender was addressing people in Riwara, Moi Hooda, Mahmoodpur, Siwanka and Nizampur in support of Congress candidate Induraj Narwal. Hooda said that the victory of Induraj Narwal would be the victory of Haryana and would form the basis of change in the state.

from The Tribune

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