Former union minister and Ambala city MLA Venod Sharma on Sunday said that the Haryana government under the leadership of chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda was working according to expectations of the people in the state.
Sharma was addressing a function organised at Kanwari village in Hansi here on Sunday. He said that the present government was the government of all sections of the society as no discrimination was being done against any community while implementing public welfare schemes.
He said that a few leaders of the opposition parties are taking out "vijay yatras" with the hope to realise their dream of becoming chief minister of the state.
Only that person could become the chief minister who has support and cooperation of the people of the state, Sharma said.
The opposition leaders were trying their level best to become the chief minister whereas the ground reality was that they neither had any development policy nor any public welfare view point.
In politics, those representatives of the people who had used the power given by the people for their own interest could not sustain for long, he added.
Speaking on the occasion, chief parliamentary secretary Vinod Bhayana said that the reservation policy based on the economic status of the people would prove beneficial not only for the youth belonging to these communities but would also help the poor to lead an honourable life.