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Hooda holds road show in P'kula, takes dig at INLD, BJP

chandigarh Updated: Mar 23, 2014 22:29 IST

Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda held a road show in Panchkula in support of Congress candidates in fray in the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections scheduled to be held on April 10.

The road show headed to Yamunanagar via Ramgarh, Barwala and Shahjadpur.

In Panchkula, the Hooda sought votes for Raj Kumar Valmiki, Congress candidate from Ambala.

Hooda claimed that there was Congress wave in the state and they would secure all 10 Lok Sabha seats and would also form government for the third consecutive time by winning the assembly elections scheduled to be held later in the year.

While addressing the gathering, Hooda listed the achievements of his government.

Taking a dig at the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD), Hooda said the coming election would be the end of the road for the party. He also did not spare the BJP and said they were contesting the elections with candidates from the Congress party.

Hooda also addressed gathering in Barwala. Local MLA DK Bansal, former mayor Ravinder Rampal, former district president Om Parkash Devinagar and other senior leaders of the party were present on the occasion.