New Delhi, April 30: Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) has severally criticized the Haryana chief minister Mr Bhupender Singh Hooda’s statement that ‘prices are under control & inflation is not an issue in the state’.Addressing election meeting at village Salemgarh in Adampur, INLD Secretary General & Rajya Sabha MP, Mr Ajay Singh Chautala said that the statement of Mr Hooda show that Congress has no concern for the people or people’s issues. Terming CM’s statement as rubbing salts in the open wounds, he said that the people are suffering due to unprecedented inflation & day to day spiraling prices.
Mr Chautala said that Mr Hooda seem to be living in fool’s paradise and have lost all touch with the masses & their problems. The prices of all the necessary items & groceries have sky rocketed and has become out of reach for a common man, he added."Mr Hooda is full time engaged in looting the public money and has become billionaire so this inflation has no effect for him", Mr Chautala added. It is ironical that the life of common man has become miserable but Mr Hooda was finding it to be under control, he further added.
INLD MP said that the Mr Hooda was making false claims on development in the state, where as the development took place in INLD government only, this Congress government was involved in destruction, loot, property dealing & land grabbing only.Addressing election meeting, INLD candidate Prof Sampat Singh criticized Mr Bhajan Lal and his double speak. He said that the people have now become intelligent & aware, so the ‘phase of Mr Bhajan Lal’ and his policies of corruption & defection has passed away. Mr Bhajan Lal has become quite old and he is not in a position to manage Administration, he added.
INLD leaders campaigned in Neoli Kalan, Matrashyam, Kabrail, Bagla, Kelanwali, Kutiyawali, Chaudhariwali, Ghudsaal. Moda Khera, Mohabbatpur & Siswaal villages. INLD leaders were given warm welcome in all the villages. Villagers assured to provide full support to the INLD candidate. Many local Congress and HJC workers also announced to join INLD during the meetings.