No hung Assembly in Haryana says Hooda
Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Monday said that that there will be no hung assembly in the state .Asking the people of Haryana to review INLD-BJP term Hooda said that Congress ended reign of fear
“The Congress will form the government with a majority. It was a result of the good policies of the Congress that Haryana had achieved number one position in the country from the earlier number 14. The people should review the INLD-BJP term in Haryana,” Hooda said while speaking to the media in Jhajjar on the last day of the election campaign in Haryana.
Hooda said the Congress government in the state had worked for the welfare of all the people with full transparency. On the other hand Om Prakash Chautala was in jail today because of his wrong deeds.
“BJP’s policy of lies and betrayal too had been exposed.If the government takes strong action on the security of the nation, the whole nation will stand by him. But the BJP was only fooling the people. It’s game will not last for long,” Hooda said.
Hooda said the Haryana government asked the Centre for more bonus on the dhan of the farmers, but there was no response from it.
On the question of releasing land to the Robert Vadra’s company, he said the Prime Minister only speaks what is tutored to him. The Election Commission has already given its reply in the matter, he said.