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State govt takes immature decisions: Dushyant

Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) Hisar MP Dushyant Chautala dubbed the decisions taken by chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar government in the first two months 'immature and impulsive without proper deliberations on its pros and cons.' Dushyant, the son of INLD Dabwali MLA Naina Singh Chautala and jailed leader Ajay Chautala, was addressing a press conference on Friday at party office on Delhi bypass road.

punjab Updated: Dec 19, 2014 19:38 IST
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Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) Hisar MP Dushyant Chautala dubbed the decisions taken by chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar government in the first two months 'immature and impulsive without proper deliberations on its pros and cons.' Dushyant, the son of INLD Dabwali MLA Naina Singh Chautala and jailed leader Ajay Chautala, was addressing a press conference on Friday at party office on Delhi bypass road.


"The declaration of cash prize and award on Republic Day to Sonepat girls came after November 28 molestation case and the withdrawal of the decision was done within a few days. On the other hand, the decision on ensuring urea and canal water supply to farmers has been delayed till now," said Dushayant, who was accompanied by Sirsa MP Charanjit Singh Rori. The farmers hoped to get urea on time after INLD leaders met Union chemical and fertiliser minister Anant Kumar and apprised him of situation, he added.

"To everyone's surprise, the BJP government has failed to place its state share of 2 lakh metric ton but they requested for 1.25 lakh metric ton urea for Haryana. The shortage in urea has forced the farmers to purchase one bag for `350 against its original price of `260, while the traders are reaping gold by blackmarketing it," he said.

Responding to a question on senior IAS officer Ashok Khemka's allegations of missing pages from Vadra land deal files, he said the government should probe the issue and take action based on substantial proof available against the accused.