New Delhi: Ahead of its rally tomorrow, when Arvind Kejriwal will kickstart its Lok Sabha poll campaign from Haryana, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Saturday alleged the Congress-led government in the state was creating hurdles before the event.
Kejriwal, former Delhi Chief Minister, will address the rally in Rohtak which is being represented by Deepender Singh Hooda, son of Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.
"The Congress government is using tactics before the rally. Hooda is giving orders to remove the posters put up by us and auto drivers who are campaigning for us are being fined.
"Haryana Urban Development Authority, on whose ground we are holding the rally, is also troubling us," charged Naveen Jaihind, party leader from Haryana.
He added notices were also being sent to schools whose buses the party had roped in to ferry volunteers to the venue.