Party to put up united front: Kiran

Jaswinder Singh Baidwan

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Declining any differences within state Congress leaders, CLP leader Kiran Choudhry said the “so-called” Hooda camp or Tanwar and Kiran camp would not be an issue in the September 20 rally, rather it would be a time for celebration for the party’s win on the land bill issue.
Kiran was addressing a press conference at her residence today, a day before ex-CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda was scheduled to visit the town, on the same issue.
“The amended land bill was a big issue and the ruling BJP government at the Centre was unrelenting on its stand to dilute the bill, but due to Congress’ constant efforts, the government had to withdraw its amendments as demanded,” she said.
Mocking the claims of the state government to extend canal-water supply till the tail end, she said had it been a reality then farmers’ crop would not have been damaged owing to drought. “This claim is nothing more than a sham,” she added.
Recently, BJP MP Dharambir Singh from Bhiwani-Mahendragarh had written a letter to PM Narendra Modi and CM ML Khattar to give a package to farmers as their crops were damaged owing to drought.