Corruption, poor law and order situation INLD's poll issue

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, Chandigarh
  • Updated: Sep 04, 2014 21:10 IST

The Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) would make, what it termed as failures of the Haryana government, rampant corruption, deterioration of law and order situation and role of Congress leaders in alleged cash-for-change of land use (CLU) grants, some of the main poll issues in the ensuing assembly polls, party leader and Abhay Chautala said on Thursday.

Alleging that the law and order situation in Haryana was worse than Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, he said chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda instead of giving attention to law and order, was spending state's money on advertisements projecting false announcements about new projects and schemes.

He said the INLD, which had declared its 73 candidates out of total 90, had been getting good response and it would come in power with a thumping majority.

He said the INLD would organise a rally on September 25 in Jind on the occasion of party founder Devi Lal's birth anniversary.

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