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Thursday, 29 October 2020

Govt pushing state into debt: Hooda

nipat, October 28

Former Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda attacked the BJP-JJP government on Wednesday for pushing the state into acute debt, saying every child born in the state had a loan of Rs 80,000.

He visited Bichpadi, Ahmedpur Majra, Jagasi, Matand, Busana, Chhater, Siwanka and Mahmudpur villages and sought votes for Congress candidate Induraj Narwal.

Taking a dig at the government, Hooda said the state was on top in per capita income and investment earlier, but was on that position in crime, corruption, unemployment and drugs now.

Instead of generating new employment opportunities for the youth, the government was engaged in taking away jobs, Hooda alleged.

He said people were looking forward to the byelection result because it would give a new direction to bringing about political change in the state.

Rajya Sabha member Deepender Singh Hooda visited Kohla, Nooran Khera, Ishapur Kheri, Rana Kheri and Gangana. — TNS

from The Tribune

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