Labourers claim AAP refused to shell out promised money, food for attending rally

The rally was held on Sunday in Haryana's Hisar.  

Labourers claim AAP refused to shell out promised money, food for attending rally
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NEW DELHI: Several labourers in Haryana alleged that they were promised money and food by Chief Minister Arvind-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) for attending a public rally. They, however, did not get either money or food.

The rally was held on Sunday in Haryana's Hisar. They said that the party had promised to pay them Rs 350 each.

The labourers claim that they were present at the rally on Sunday when the AAP supremo announced that his party will contest the Haryana Assembly Elections in 2019.

Addressing the rally, Kejriwal launched an attack at both the previous state government led by Bhupinder Singh Hooda and the current led by Manohar Lal Khattar.

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