The former minister of state Gopal Kanda reached his assembly constituency Sirsa at 2am on Friday morning after meeting supporters en-route at Hansi, Agroha, Fatehabad, after releasing from Tihar jail on bail late evening on Thursday.
Accused in former air hostess Geetika Sharma suicide case, Kanda, who is MLA from Sirsa, has been granted interim bail till October 4 by Delhi court to attend the Haryana assembly session beginning from today.
After reaching Sirsa, he first paid obeisance to Lord Shiva at his shoe camp office--from where he rose from a simple businessman to a millionaire in short duration of time, later he reached Tara Baba Memorial Trust-managed by his younger brother Gobind Kanda.
Talking to media persons, he thanked his supporters, who came to see him after more than a year, he got out from jail, said: "As it is known that I have got bail for attending Vidhan Sabha session, so my priority would be to identify the problems of his constituency and would raise the voice in assembly regarding it".
He said that he would also meet Sirsa administrative officials regarding various welfare programmes stalled during his absence from constituency to expedite their completion, wherever it is needed.
A spokesperson of Kanda said that his cavalcade was scheduled to leave for Chandigarh early at 7am, but now would start for assembly session after 9.30am from Sirsa.