Sunday, September 18, 2011

BJP reiterates mid-term polls in Haryana

ROHTAK: Feeling rejuvenated after striking an alliance with the Haryana Janhit Congress of Kuldeep Bishnoi, the BJP has launched frontal attack on the ruling Congress in Haryana in the run up to the Hisar byelection.

The BJP national secretary from Haryana, Capt Abhimanyu, while claiming that the party workers across the state had become active for ensuring the win of the alliance nominee Kuldeep Bishnoi in Hisar, claimed that the Congress government could fall after the outcome of the Lok Sabha byelection.

"This is a minority government which has the support of some independents MLAs and those who break away from the HJC. The Hisar result is likely to create a new political scenario in the state min which the Congress government led by Bhupinder Singh Hooda could be reduced to a minority government", Abhimanyu claimed.

He maintained that the issues of corruption, inflation, water shortage and power would ensure defeat of the Congress in the October 13 byelection. "This election would be the turning point in Haryana politics, as some political groups could go into political oblivion, while the Congress would have to bear the fruits of its misrule in the assembly elections, which would be necessitated mid-term after the fall of the present government", he held.

The BJP leader informed that about 1,500 party workers belonging to the Rohtak parliamentary had been deputed for canvassing in the Hisar byelection.


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