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Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda attacks BJP, calls Haryana government ‘two-faced’ | India News

Congress chief Bhupinder Singh Hooda assaults BJP, calls Haryana authorities ‘two-faced’ | Information

Senior Congress chief Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Thursday stated Haryana just isn’t working a double engine, however a “two-faced authorities.” This authorities has achieved the work of accelerating inflation 3 times, debt 4 occasions, crime 5 occasions, and corruption six occasions in Haryana, whereas the federal government’s achievement by way of offering employment and growth remained zero.” The previous Chief Minister laid emphasis on how Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra in Haryana was an entire success. “There was large participation of the folks in each the phases, lakhs of individuals in all places joined the yatra.” The Chief of the Opposition stated Gandhi interacted with all sections and folks opened their hearts to him.

“The primary section began from Nuh, the place folks raised the issues of roads, electrical energy, and water. Through the journey from Nuh to Ambala, the poor situation of the roads confirmed us the standard of governance.

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“Besides the Nationwide Freeway, all different roads have solely potholes. The federal government is unable to deal with even the colleges, faculties, ITIs, and hospitals constructed by the Congress authorities,” he stated.

The 2-time Chief Minister identified that in the course of the yatra, Gandhi met ex-servicemen and medical college students protesting towards the bond coverage. “The federal government put stress on the scholars and ended their agitation. Congress calls for that the bond coverage imposed on medical college students ought to be withdrawn. Staff` delegation met Rahul Gandhi and raised the difficulty of OPS.”

Hooda assured the staff that they might be given the good thing about previous pensions like in Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, and Himachal when the Congress authorities is shaped in Haryana.

“Within the second section additionally, Rahul Gandhi met many social and civil organisations, together with farmers, farmer leaders, staff, workers, ex-servicemen, former vice-chancellors, businessmen, MSME operators, chowkidars, sarpanch, sanitation staff and MNREGA staff,” he stated.

“All of the farmer leaders, together with Rakesh Tikait and Yudhveer Singh, put ahead many issues of the farmers, together with the assure of MSP. Farmers additionally talked to Rahul Gandhi concerning the costs of sugarcane within the state,” he stated.

Through the yatra in Karnal, Gandhi met the delegation of the Different Backward Class (OBC) neighborhood and de-notified tribes, and listened to their issues. “In Karnal, he met Haryana`s Bhim awardee, Arjuna awardee, Dronacharya awardee gamers. Girls and boys talked to Rahul Gandhi concerning the closure of presidency faculties and the scarcity of lecturers in faculties. The youth delegation put all the problems, together with rising unemployment and corruption in recruitment earlier than Rahul Gandhi. The youth and ex-servicemen voiced their views towards the Agniveer scheme,” he stated.

Hooda stated in the course of the yatra, folks additionally raised the difficulty of Parivar Pehchan Patra (PPP). “Individuals have named it Everlasting Pareshani Patra as a result of it’s being utilized by the federal government to chop the ration playing cards of 10 lakh households. The earnings of the household has been proven to be elevated by eight to 10 occasions. Even the ration playing cards of the kids of the age group of 4 to five years have been minimize by exhibiting the earnings of Rs 15,000 to twenty,000.”

Presenting the determine of rising debt, Hooda stated at current, Haryana has a debt of Rs 3.25 lakh crore and a legal responsibility of Rs 1.22 lakh crore. “If the federal government feels that this determine just isn’t appropriate, then it ought to instantly difficulty a white paper,” he added.

(With inputs from IANS)