When asked from where the resources would come to meet the expense of promises made in the manifesto, Hooda said they would implement all the promises made by increasing the income. “In the past, too, we have implemented them,” he said.
On alleged use of unparliamentary language by BJP president Amit Shah, Hooda reacted, “This kind of language shouldn’t be used. It shows what kind of people they are.”
On Rashtriya Parivartan Dal president DP Yadav sharing the dais with Shah in Haryana rallies, he said, “A man is known by the company he keeps.”
Meanwhile, on reported difference which crop up in the party over ticket distribution and his displeasure, Tanwar said Congress was a democratic party and everyone had the freedom to express his mind.
Doon MLA gatecrashes?
Surprisingly, Himachal Pradesh MLA Ram Kumar Chaudhary was present during the manifesto release function. He met HPCC president at the function. He has been recently acquitted in the infamous Jyoti murder case.