Hooda woos voters
Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Sunday said the Congress had better policies and asked the electorate to vote the party in Punjab.
Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder
Singh Hooda on Sunday said the Congress had better policies and
programmes and asked the electorate to vote the party to power
Addressing poll meetings at Kurali and Kharar, he asked
the people to evaluate performance of political parties on the
basis of their policies, programmes, leaders and intentions.
The Congress would be their automatic choice, Hooda said
adding Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is an able son of Punjab
which is a matter of pride for the state.
The Congress had framed policies for all sections of
society while the SAD-BJP alliance is bereft of ideas, he
Punjab is the elder brother of Haryana and it is
indeed painful that the elder brother is lagging behind in
all fields, he said.
Haryana was on 14th place in per capita investment
before a Congress government took over and now it is at number
one place, Hooda said.