Local zila parishad president Rajendar Sura on Sunday said the allegations of opposition leaders that Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda was biased in carrying out development in the state were "baseless and motivated".
While addressing a press conference, senior vice-president of the district Congress Committee, said: "It is evident from the projects launched in Hansi, Hisar and Karnal that there is no distinction, favour or bias against any particular area of the state."
"All districts are being treated equally for development and progress and the money spent in each district bears testimony to this fact," Sura said.
Work on the four lane road from Hisar to Delhi was underway and construction of railway line from Hansi to Rohtak via Meham would start soon," Sura said, and added that domestic airports for Hisar and Karnal had already been sanctioned and state would bear 50% expenditure on these projects and remaining would be borne by the central government.
Rohtak MP Deependra Hooda, who has played vital role in these projects, would be felicitated at Bugana village on August 9, Sura said.
"I am sure the Congress would strike a hat-trick due to its achievements and Hisar zila parishad has succeeded in resolving water problem of fifty villages permanently," Sura said, and added that if party allowed he would contest assembly election from Barwala constituency.