Hisar, September 28 – Haryana Chief Minister Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda today said that the Hisar bye election is an opportunity for area people to become part of development.
Mr. Hooda was addressing number of election meetings in Gangwa, Arya Nagar, Rawalwas Khurd, Sarsana, Gorchi, Choudhrywas, Bheriyan, Chirod, Syardwa, Mangali, Kaimri and Azad Nagar, the villages of Nalwa assembly constituency, where he received warm welcome and many families and opposition party workers joined the Congress. They also assured unstinted support to the Congress Party in the bye election. While launching scathing attack on INLD and HJC-BJP candidate, Mr. Hooda called upon the people to teach lesson to those selfish political leaders who had played with their sentiments. You can kill two birds with one stone and such opportunity comes rarely, he added. He said that both parties were in lack of good leadership. Whenever election comes, the family member of both INLD and HJC contest elections and you are aware that these leaders do not give opportunity to their own workers as has happened earlier in Bhiwani and now in Hisar, he added. When these political leaders do not give their due even to their own workers, then it is meaningless to expect public welfare from them. How these selfish leaders could ensure development of the area, he wondered.
While referring to the Rohtak-Hisar via Hansi railway track, Mr. Hooda gave credit to Mr. Jai Parkash for his efforts and said that Hisar would soon be directly linked to Delhi through railways as the survey work for this had already been completed. He asked the people to enquire from the opposition parties on what step were taken by them for welfare of Hisar and the people during their regime. Both the candidates of INLD and HJC-BJP would not stand anywhere in front of Congress in terms of the development. He said that over Rs.282 crore had been spent by present Congress Government for the development of Nalwa assembly segment only while the INLD had spent only 71.35 crore during their six year rule. Apart from this, present government had spent four times money for development of Hisar Parliamentary constituency as compared to INLD regime, he further added.
The Chief Minister said that Mr Kuldeep Bishnoi and Mr Ajay Chautala had remained Member of Parliament but had never taken a single step for the constituencies, they represented in the Lok Sabha. People were aware how much amount was spent by them from their MPLAD funds, he further added.
On this occasion, Prof. Sampat Singh, Mrs Savitri Jindal, Mr B. B. Batra, Mr Anil Dhantori, all MLAs, Chairman Mr Bajrang Dass Garg, former minister Mr Hari Singh Saini, Congress leaders Mr Dharambir Goyat, Mr Bir Singh Dalal, Mr Lalit Nagar, Mr Bhupinder Gangwa, Mr Rakesh Aggarwal, Sarpanch Mrs Surthi Devi, Mrs Indrawati, Mr Jai Singh Soni, Mr Amar Singh, Mr Hari Ram, Mr Sita Ram Nambardar, Mr Manohar Lal Nambardar, Mr Ashwani Sharma, Mr Mahabir Nimbaria, Mr Chandrakala Dahiya, Mr Krishan Singla and a number of workers were also present on this occasion.
Former Union minister and Congress candidate Mr Jai Parkash and Chief Parliamentary Secretary Mr Vinod Bhayana campaigned in Dhani Raju, Dhani Tekrian, Dhani Gujran, Puthi Manhgalkhan, Umra, Muzadpur, Kunwari, Dhamana, Sultanpur, Dhandheri, Ramayan, Depal, Dhani Depal, Prem Nagar, Dhani Chedarpul, Dhani Shobha, Shekhpura, Gangankheri, Jamawari, Kumbha, Kumbha Khera and Thurana.
Congress MP Mr Deepender Singh Hooda campaigned in Singhwa, Madanheri, Sisar, Kharbala, Roshan Khera, Badala, Mohla, Baddchhappar, Bhaklana, Ugalan and Dharamkheri.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Mr Randeep Singh Surjewala and MLA Naresh Selwal addressed public meetings in village Mandawar, Kharakpunia, Janpura, Sirsana, Sandlana and Dhanveri.
Haryana PCC president Mr Phool Chand Mullana, former Union minister Mr Vinod Sharma, Rajya Sabha MP Dr Ram Parkash, MP Shadi Lal Batra and many other senior leaders are campaigned in various areas of Hisar Parliamentary constituency.