Haryana: BJP, HJC to launch rail roko stir
Hisar: The Haryana Janhit Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Partyon on Tuesday decided to launch a stir against the Bhupinder Singh Hooda government to protest what they alleged its undemocratic functioning.
The decision was taken at the co-ordination committee meeting of the two parties, HJC leader and former MP Dharampal Malik and former Haryana minister Ram Bilas Sharma (BJP) told reporters here.
The workers of the two parties would squat on rail tracks in Faridabad, Tohana, Panipat and Bhiwani on April three as part of their rail roko agitation, they said.
At the meeting, the leaders alleged the Chief Minister was diverting all funds for Rohtak district neglecting other areas.
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