Chandigarh: Haryana's main opposition party Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) on Thursday said that alleged land scams, corruption and "poor" law and order situation in the state will be its main poll plank during the upcoming Assembly polls.
"INLD is all set to make failures of Haryana government in curbing rampant corruption, poor law and order situation, price rise, change of land use (CLU) scams... As prominent poll issues in the Vidhan Sabha polls," party's senior leader Abhay Singh Chautala said.
Hitting out at the Congress government over alleged land scams, Chautala said, "We have demanded that all the land allotments carried out by the Hooda government to private players should be probed by a sitting High Court or a Supreme Court judge to expose the corruption done by this government."
The Ellanabad MLA alleged that the law and order situation in Haryana is "worst".
Referring to recent sops announced by Hooda for various sections of the society, he said, "the government cannot throw dust in the eyes of public by announcing new projects when the polls are close".