Rohtak, Aug 4 : Former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda has said the 2019 Vidhan Sabha elections would be our last chance to save Haryana from the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party government which has not only destroyed the soul of Haryana but is also looting the state through its indiscriminate corruption. He announced that the fight to unseat the BJP government would start from the Mela ground in Rohtak on August 18.
The Worker’s Meeting at the new Anaj Mandi in Rohtak was attended by more than 90 sitting former Ministers, sitting MLA, ex-MLAs, Ex-MPs, former INC candidates, besides scores of senior leaders from all over the state. Party leaders resolved to fight unitedly to defeat the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party government in the state which had destroyed brotherhood in the state and divided the state on caste and communal lines and brought development to a complete standstill. The former CM called on party workers to go to every family in the and invite them to the rally, which would be the beginning of political change in the state.
Addressing thousands of Congress workers at the workers meeting, where the attendance was higher than some of the rallies organised by the ruling BJP, the former Chief Minister launched an all out attack on the ruling BJP government. He said the BJP had made 154 promises to the people of Haryana in the last Vidhan Sabha elections but people’s hopes had now turned into despair. The state had burned not once but three times during their watch but are blaming others. He said he would ensure that the perpetrators of these dastardly riots would be brought to justice, whenever he is given the opportunity.
Hooda said while the BJP government and its Ministers make arrogant claims that they would win 75 seats in the 90-member house, they are in for a rude shock.