Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convener and former Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday slammed Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, saying he had ruined farmers by selling their land to corporate houses.
Speaking during a road show taken through various places in Hisar district, Kejriwal also hit out at Congress and BJP for spreading corruption and ignoring the interests of common man.
Targeting Hooda while speaking on farmers' issues, the AAP leader alleged that he had done nothing except ruining the farmers by selling their fertile land to corporate houses.
During his about 90-minute road show in Hisar city, he said corruption was at its peak in Haryana and Gujarat.
Government jobs in Haryana as well as in Gujarat were on sale, he alleged.
While addressing gathering at some places, he criticized BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and Congress for making a fool of the people of the country for their vested interests.
Dismissing reports of Modi wave, he questioned the BJP leader's plans to contest from two seats.
Why did he decide to contest from two seats and why was he desperately looking for a safe seat, he asked.
Appealing to people to vote for AAP candidate from Hisar Yudhvir Singh Khyalia, Kejriwal exuded confidence of victory and making a mark in the Lok Sabha election.
On his resignation from Delhi government, he said he could not compromise on his principles as Congress and BJP had joined hands.