Hooda takes on INLD on development plank
Haryana Chief Minister on Sunday sought votes in the by-poll on the plank of "even pace" of development and said the constituency vacated by INLD chief was under-developed.
Sirsa: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder
Singh Hooda on Sunday sought votes in the by-poll on the plank of
"even pace" of development and said the constituency vacated
by INLD chief Om Prakash Chutala was under-developed as it was
not represented by Congress law-makers for years.
Campaigning at Ellenabad segment for party nominee
Bharat Singh Beniwal, he said during Congress regime there has
been an even pace of developmental works completed for all
sections of society.
He said the area remained neglected by the successive
winning of non-Congress candidates from the seat.
The by-election was necessitated by the vacating of the
seat by former Chief Minister Chautala, who got elected from
two seats. He retained Uchana Kalan seat.
Beniwal faces Abhay Singh Chautala, son of the INLD
chief, in the January 20 polls.