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Abhey plans pan-Haryana campaign to 'expose Cong conspiracy'

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times   Chandigarh, January 22, 2013
First Published: 23:51 IST(22/1/2013) | Last Updated: 23:52 IST(22/1/2013)

Abhey Chautala, the younger son of former chief minister Om Prakash Chautala, on Tuesday said he would tour all 21 districts of Haryana to expose what he termed a "Congress conspiracy'' behind the conviction of his father and elder brother Ajay in a corruption case.


In a statement issued here, the Ellenebad MLA asserted that the INLD would challenge the CBI court verdict immediately in the high court. "It has once again been proven before the entire country how the Congress has been misusing the CBI - a puppet in its hands - to suppress anyone raising voice against its scams."

The INLD would also further expose the "collective conspiracy of the Congress, the CBI and the 'Congress Team B'", he said, without explaining wjat he meant by "Congress Team B".

"The Congress has stooped so low to suppress the INLD's move to expose land scams such as the Robert Vadra-DLF deals in Haryana," he alleged, expressing shock over the quantum of sentence - 10 years -- to INLD leaders. "The CBI had failed to establish any link of Om Prakash Chautala with the case, nor gave any evidence whether anyone had taken any money from anyone," he claimed.

Urging party workers to maintain peace and remain disciplined, Abhey said the Congress had earlier used the CBI against its rival parties and leaders including Mayawati, Mulayam Singh Yadav, Jayalalitha, Chandrababu Naidu and Lalu Prasad Yadav.

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