Vote for Cong for sake of future generations: Hooda
Describing the general elections as the semifinals ahead of the Vidhan Sabha elections, Chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda urged the people not to commit any mistake in these elections otherwise coming generations would not forgive them.Updated: Mar 25, 2014 20:32 IST
Describing the general elections as the semifinals ahead of the Vidhan Sabha elections, Chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda urged the people not to commit any mistake in these elections otherwise coming generations would not forgive them.
Hooda was addressing a gathering during the mass contact programme in favour of Congress candidate from Rohtak Lok Sabha constituency, Deepender Singh Hooda, in villages namely Gadhi-Sampla, Gandhra, Dataur, Atayal, Pakasma, Rudki, Kiloi, Bhalodth, Bohar, Kheri-Sadh, Sunariya, Garnawathi, Kakrana, Sudana, Kahanaur, Gadhi-Balam, Anwail, Kalanaur and Basana.
While describing the Congress party a symbol of development and good governance, Hooda said that Congress had always worked for uniting the people rather than to dividing them. He claimed that Congress was the only political party in the country which always took along all sections of society. In Haryana also, the state government had worked for the development of all areas and all sections of society without any discrimination, he said.
While criticizing the BJP-HJC alliance and Indian National Lok Dal (INLD), he said, "The fathers of loot, corruption and hooliganism were in the election field by changing their masks. But the people have identified their real faces. These parties neither have any policy nor intention to serve the people."
Hooda claimed that the people would wipe out such parties in these elections and the Congress would again form the government at the Centre.Rajya Sabha MP Shadi Lal Batra, MLAs namely Shri Krishan Hooda, Naresh Sharma, Shakuntala Khatak, Anand Singh Dangi, Anand Kaushik, former minister Krishan Murti Hooda were present during the road show.
First Published: Mar 25, 2014 20:29 IST