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INLD manifesto bundle of lies: Deepender Hooda

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Deepender Singh Hooda, Congress MP from Rohtak on Thursday attacked both the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) and the BJP.

Calling the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) manifesto a `jhooth ka pulinda’ (bundle of lies), Deepender said the party is anti-people and has made false promises. In case the INLD comes to power it will reduce the pension of the aged in the state by Rs 300 as the Congress party has increased the pension to Rs 1500 from November 1, 2014, while the INLD was promising Rs 1200 per month per person pension which was Rs 300 less than that announced by the Congress.

“The INLD had promised free power to the farmers more than a decade ago, but when the people started staging demonstrations in Kandela village of Jind, they were fired upon,” Deepender Singh Hooda said.

Hooda said the Congress delivered all that it promise to the people and even more for all section of society. For the farmers the Congress reduced the interest rate on farm loans from cooperative bank loans from 11 per cent to just 4 peer cent and bow no interest will be charged in future. But the BJP did not do anything to check the price rise in the country.

The BJP government at the centre had also planned to increase the gas cylinder price by Rs 10 per kg, but fearing adverse publicity in the ongoing assembly polls in Haryana and Maharashtra, the same decision had been put on hold. Meanwhile the BJP die not hesitate to hike the railway fares substantially. The BJP’s slogan of bringing `Acche din’ in the country had failed miserably. He said

The BJP paid the price for its anti-people policies in the subsequent assembly bypolls in around ten states, where the party faired poorly. The Congress during its 9 years rule in Haryana took pro-people policies to improve the condition of people. He said intention of the leader and the party he represents must be good and the Congress had proved how it was a pro-people party.

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