Hooda hits out at inld-bjp alliance
Chandigarh March 31:
Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda termed the Indian National Lok Dal-BJP alliance in Haryana as “opportunistic” and arising out of selfish political interests.
In a statement, Mr. Hooda said the alliance was “limited only up to the completion of the elections and it would end in the same way as it had ended in the past”. The Chief Minister claimed that the alliance candidates would stand nowhere in the upcoming polls as the Congress nominees would win all ten Lok Sabha seats from the State.
He asserted that the people of the State had not only experienced peaceful development and “welfare schemes” initiated by his regime but had also not forgotten the misrule and “dictatorship” that was prevalent during the INLD rule. Mr. Hooda said the voters would teach a lesson to leaders who were fomenting communalism and casteism for selfish political gains.
Meanwhile, the Congress received a shot in the arm with Haryana Janhit Congress secretary S.S. Deswal joining the Congress in Delhi in the presence of Mr. Hooda and Haryana PCC chief Phool Chand Mullana.