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Sunday, 24 January 2021

Hooda opposes changes in Haryana domicile rules

Rohtak, January 23

Leader of Opposition Bhupinder Hooda opposed changes in the government regulations for Haryana domicile.

Talking to the media here on Saturday, he said the state government had issued a notification that allowed any person living in Haryana for five years to get a state domicile, reducing it from the earlier period of 15 years.

"On one hand, the government is seeking to provide 75 per cent reservation to residents of Haryana even in private jobs, on the other, it is reducing the time period needed to get state domicile. I am not against the people of other states, but it is the responsibility of every government to first safeguard the rights of the people of its state," he added.

Hooda said in many states, locals had been given priority in jobs and in such a situation, Haryana too had the right to do this. Earlier, the ex-CM paid homage to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose on his birth anniversary. — TNS

from The Tribune

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