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Monday, 2 November 2020

Stay alert till voting ends: Hooda to workers

Tribune News Service

Panipat, November 1

Former Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Sunday held a road show in various villages in support of Induraj Narwal on the last day of campaigning.

He called on workers to stay awake and stay focused to stop any malpractices in the last 48 hours of the poll.

"Till the last vote is polled on November 3, all the workers have to stay alert. The real election will start after the end of the campaign. Our workers have to ensure that no person can do anything immoral during this period. When people go out to vote on Tuesday, they should only focus on the issues before them and no other consideration should cloud their judgement," he said.

Taking a dig at the state government, former CM Hooda said that the government has not done any welfare in the past six years. Therefore, every community wants to get rid of

this government. The farmers have been hit by the three farm laws, women due to inflation, small traders due to GST, youths due to unemployment and all common men due to rising crime, he added.

Meanwhile, Deepender Hooda, Rajya Sabha member, also held a tractor road show in various villages and sought votes for Congress candidate Induraj Narwal.

from The Tribune

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