HT: What was the high point of your tenure as Rewari MLA and cabinet minister?
Capt Yadav: The day the Mirpur regional centre was upgraded into a full-fledged university in Rewari, it was a moment to celebrate for our people.
Anything you consider as your failure, or you aspire to do for your constituency?
Rewari needs a government medical college, an Indian Institute of Management centre and an extension centre of All India Institute of Medical Sciences. Though veteran Ahir leader and union minister Rao Inderjit Singh, who joined the BJP, should strive for this, I want to see it happening.
Would you like to contest again, and why should people re-elect you?
Of course, I will contest for the seventh time from Rewari. Development projects at Rewari worth crores, many times over the projects started under the previous Indian National Lok Dal government, have taken place during my tenure.
But you accused chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda of bias in development and recently resigned?
I never accused Hooda of bias in development. I accused him of being biased against providing jobs to the people of Rewari. Former CMs, late Bhajan Lal and Om Prakash Chautala, and Hooda, all favoured their constituencies. If I became the chief minister, Rewari would be my priority.