In a tell-tale sign of his rapidly deteriorating relationship with his parent party, Congress MP from Gurgaon, Rao Inderjit Singh, on Sunday termed the Haryana Congress a “private limited company” that has “deviated from the path of public welfare”.
The MP, who addressed a rally here, said at a press conference that while CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda failed on all fronts, the central leadership did nothing.
“I have remained a loyal Congress worker for the 35 years but I am pained to see that the party is acting like a private company. In fact, both the party and the Haryana government are being run like private entities,” he said.
Rao Inderjit who is the son of late Haryana CM Rao Birender Singh, recently floated a non-political outfit — Haryana Insaaf Manch — and has been extremely critical of CM Hooda, openly accusing him of regional bias. However it was probably for the first time on Sunday that the Gurgaon MP used such harsh words against the party.