Hooda, Chautala destroyed state, says Amit Shah
Attacking the ruling Congress and Om Prakash Chautala’s Indian National Lok Dal (INLD), Bharatiya Janata Party national president Amit on Tuesday said the two parties have destroyed the state.chandigarh Updated: Oct 08, 2014 09:04 IST
Attacking the ruling Congress and Om Prakash Chautala’s Indian National Lok Dal (INLD), Bharatiya Janata Party national president Amit on Tuesday said the two parties have destroyed the state.
Both the parties have made false promises to people, Shah said while addressing rallies at Ellenabad and Rania segment of district Sirsa, in the favour of BJP candidates.
The BJP will form government in the state with clear mandate and without any help of any other party, he said, adding that as the BJP has come to power at the Centre with clear mandate and it will repeat its performance in Haryana.
“It has been history of the state that the party that has ruled in the Centre has formed government in Haryana and now its turn of the BJP to assume power here,” he said.
In his 25-minute address Shah attacked the Hooda government. “Hooda and his allies have been asking to the BJP that what Modi sarkar has done in the 100 days of governance, but we want to ask what the Congress has done for the state as it has been ruling in Haryana for the last 10 years and what they have done for the country in the last 60 years.”
“Today, agriculture development rate in the state is 3%. The export of paddy from the state has not been stopped by the Centre. Rather, it has stopped because of 4% mandi tax imposed by the Haryana government.
For that only chief minister Bhupender Singh Hooda is responsible. He is also responsible for corruption, unemployment, crime against women, failed irrigation system and the land scams,” the BJP president said.
Shah also lashed out at the INLD and said there is enough game of Hooda-Chautala, now this is time for a change, which the people need.Shah said the BJP has given a Prime Minister, who can speak to the nation
from Red Fort without a bulletproof cover. Shah appealed to people to vote for BJP candidates Jagdish Nehra from Rania and Pawan Beniwal from Ellenabad. Maniram Keharwala, former Congress MLA from Ellenabad, who recently quit the Congress joined the BJP with his thousands of supporters in the presence of Amit Shah.
Shah addresses public on phone
A public meeting organised by Beri BJP candidate Vikram Kadyan on Tuesday met with disappointment after party’s national president Amit Shah could not make it to the venue.
After a long wait, the organisers made Shah address the gathering on phone through mike. Shah urged electorate to vote for debutant Kadyan, son of former MLA OP Beri, in the ensuing elections. HTC