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Hooda Give wings to development by forming the government for the third time: Hooda

Chautala should form the assembly of prisoners in jail before taking oath as the Chief Minister

Hooda Give wings to development by forming the government for the third time: Hooda

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Ambala Cantt , 05 Oct 2014

Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today accused Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) supremo Om Prakash Chautala of hoodwinking the people by saying he will take oath in the jail. In the BJP’s `Bhanumati’s Kunba’ there is no leader worth the post of chief minister. Both the parties neither have any policy nor good intention. Riding on the false promises, the BJP is exposed now. On the other hand the Congress has worked for the welfare and development of all categories of people in the last ten years and for this to continue in the coming years you should take a pledge to form the Congress government in the state for the third time and work hard for te victory of all the party candidates, said Hooda. He was addressing public meetings in Ambala Cantt., Saha, Shahzadpur and Panipat today in favour of the respective candidates from these constituencies.

When Chief Minister Jayalalitha could not stay as Chief Minister...

Addressing the gathering Hooda said that Chautala is mieleading the people of the state by saying he will take oath from jail. Taking a dig at the statement, Hooda said when Jayalalitha could not stay as Chief Minister, then how can Chautala serving a jail term become the Chsief Minister? But if Chautala wants he can form an assembly of the prisoners in the jail, make prisoners cabinet ministers and himself become the Chief Minister of prisosners.

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Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said Chautala and the BJP should seek votes in the name of the work done by their government in the state from 1999 to 2005. But the tragedy is that they are still seeking public support and vote in the name of Chaudhary Devi lal. The public will not give them vote accordingly. It will judge the two parties’ performance. Let the INLD-BJP government should give report of even one good work done by it  and only then the people will vote for them. If they did anything else except capturing land in the state, they should reveal it to the public.

Have you ever seen anyone being born twice?

Hooda said Chaudhary Devi Lal’s birth anniversary was celebrated by the INLD at the Jind rally on September 25. Surprisingly two years ago the INLD had celebrated Devi Lal’s birth anniversary on November 1 in the state. How can then September 25 be his birthday? Hooda said he has not seen any person in life who was born twice. He said Chautala should at least pay respect to their elders, especially those who are in heaven now.At the time Modi was serving lunch to the Chinese President, Chinese soldiers were putting up tents on Indian territory

Lambasting the Modi government, Chief Minister Hooda said the BJP has not declared any Chief Ministerial candidate. The large number of leaders collected by the BJP is `Chinese maal’. Halo was created around a single person by the BJP. Promises were made to the people that petrol, diesel, milk, sugar and everything else would become cheaper when the party came to power. But you are very well aware what happened when it came to power.. Now the Modi government has completed six months in power. Pakistan has violated the ceasefire as many as 147 times.

When the Prime Minister of the country Narendra Modi was serving lunch and dinner to the Chinese President, the Chinese forces had forcibly entered our territory and were putting up tents them.  Did Modi reply back strongly to the nefarious activities of the neighbouring nation?  He said the sweet dream shown to the people was getting over now. The beginning of the end of this dream stated at the Uttarakhand bypoll where the BJP was forced to bite the dust. The moment Modi government came to power it raised the railway fare in the country. As a result first coal and then power will be costlier in the country. Gas prices too will be hiked by Rs 10 per month, but the decision is spending because of the impending assembly elections in the two states.

Do not worry. If the government is formed for the third time pension may be hiked again  

Hooda said in the last ten years since 2005, he has changed the face of the state. Now other states give example of Haryana when it comes to development. He appealed to the public to support the Congress to form government for the third time and allow more development to take place in the state. Attacking the opposition parties, Hooda said during the INLD-BJP government the pension of the aged was just Rs 200 in 1999. Six years later it was still Rs 200. Pointing at the aged people in the rally Hooda said he knows how to respect the elderly people. ``We have hiked the pension to Rs 1000 now from Rs 200 earlier. I had announced at the panipat rally that the pensiuon will be hiked to Rs 1500 per month, but if the Congress forms the government in the state for the third time it could be further raised,’’ he said.

If the Congress comes back to power Nirmal Singh would become a minister

Addressing a gathering of thousands of people in Ambala, hooda appealed to the people to make Congres candidate from the constituency, Nirmal Singh win wih a large margin. If he wins he will not just remain a MLA, he will be at your service, said Hooda hinting at a cabinet berth for Singh. He said despite losing the assembly election last time, Nirmal Singh continued the service of the people of Ambala Cantt. He said MLA from Ambala Cantt is just a `jam master’. People of the Cantt. Had elected him, but he failed to serve them. Vidj did not come to him even once to sort out the problems of the people. He said if the people want development of their region they must first get rid of the jam master’. Hood said the government spent Rs 843 crore on the development of Ambala Cantt.

 

 

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