Chautala warns INLD's 'black sheep'

Published on Apr 22, 2004 08:39 PM IST

Chautala warned INLD leaders and workers against "sabotaging" the electoral prospects of Bhim Singh Suhag, party candidate for Rohtak.

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PTI | ByPress Trust of India, Rohtak

Haryana Chief Minister and ruling Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) supremo Om Prakash Chautala on Thursday warned that strict action would be taken against party leaders and workers who were "sabotaging" the electoral prospects of Bhim Singh Suhag -- the party candidate from the Rohtak parliamentary constituency.

Addressing party workers and supporters on the occasion of filing of nomination by Suhag, Chautala said that some leaders including an INLD MLA were in league with the candidates of opposition parties and were trying to stab the party in the back.

Some INLD leaders and workers had been allured by the "wealthy BJP candidate using money power", Chautala alleged and warned that such "black sheep" would not be tolerated.

"Back stabbers and black sheep would be exposed and reprimanded publicly," Chautala.

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