'Development wave' in Cong favour sweeping state: Deepender
Congress candidate from Rohtak Lok Sabha constituency, Deepender Hooda, has said that whenever there were non-Congress governments at the Centre and in the state, development was the biggest casualty.punjab Updated: Apr 01, 2014 19:16 IST
Congress candidate from Rohtak Lok Sabha constituency, Deepender Hooda, has said that whenever there were non-Congress governments at the Centre and in the state, development was the biggest casualty.
The opposition neither has vision nor intentions to serve the people. "Congress is the only political outfit in the country that has an ideology and policy catering to the needs of all sections of society.
Every region and sector has seen record development during last ten years," he said in a press release issued here.
He reminded that before the Congress came to power in Haryana in 2005, the then government led by Indian National Lok Dal had failed on every front. "The condition of farmers was 'miserable' and their voice was being muffled using police force. Extortion had become an industry. Nobody was safe on those days and the criminals were operating under political patronage," he said.
Deepender said that the Congress government under chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda had put in great efforts to change the system. "Taking along every section of society, the Congress government has built up
the state and now it is one of the most developed states of the country," he said.
He said that the issue of development would be the deciding factor in the polls in Haryana. He claimed that there was a 'development wave' sweeping the state in favour of the Congress and the party would win all the 10 Lok Sabha seats.