INLD has emerged stronger after ordeal: Sukhbir
Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal on Thursday called the INLD-SAD combine as an inseparable bond which would pave the wave for prosperity in Haryana.Updated: Oct 10, 2014 14:18 IST
Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal on Thursday called the INLD-SAD combine as an inseparable bond which would pave the wave for prosperity in Haryana.
Addressing a gathering here in support of INLD candidate Kulbhushan Goel, he said the bond between the two parties was like the one between real brothers.
He said the Congress in Punjab had also tried to ruin the Badals’ politically by registering false cases against family members. “The Congress has used the CBI to prosecute the Chautalas’ also", he said and added that the Chautalas’ and the INLD had only emerged stronger after “the ordeal”.
Claiming that Haryana was witnessing a wave in favour of the INLD, he said the INLD-SAD alliance would easily achieve its ‘Mission 60 Plus’ target.
"I have never witnessed so much anger against any political party as I am seeing against the Congress in this election. It seems the people of Haryana have decided to finally rid Haryana of the Congress", he added.
“Hooda was only interested in the welfare of Rohtak district because it was represented by his son Deepender in Parliament,” he said and alleged that Hooda had traded the state’s interests and its land to keep Robert Vadra, the son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi happy.
Panchkula had lost out on development, which left it out of the league of the tricity areas. Mohali, he said, had so much happening with a new airport as well as an IT city and Educity coming up there while not seen development in the last 10 years.
Addressing a rally at Sikh-dominating Nissing town of Nilokheri (SC) constituency, Sukhbir reiterated the INLD-SAD combine’s target of winning 60-plus seats in the assembly and said the alliance was committed to wiping out the Congress government.
First Published: Oct 09, 2014 22:23 IST