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INLD is expired medicine of no good: Hooda

punjab Updated: Apr 07, 2014 19:31 IST
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Mocking at Indian National Lok Dal, chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda has said "the INLD was an expired medicine which does not give any relief. The people have understood that such a medicine can only harm."

Hooda said this on Monday while touring Sonepat parliamentary constituency in support of party nominee Jagbir Malik.

Reassuring the electorate that Congress party would win most of the seats, he said like 2004 and 2009, his party was sure to make an impact again this time. He said that Haryana, which was ranked 14th before 2005, was a top state now.

Hooda said his party was seeking votes in the name of equal development and had implemented welfare schemes pan Haryana in the past more than nine years.