Opposition lacks development vision, has divisive agenda: HoodaChandigarh: Accusing opposition parties of having "divisive" agenda and lacking in development vision, Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today said if voted to power Congress will ensure that fruits of development reach all sections
Chandigarh: Accusing opposition parties of having "divisive" agenda and lacking in development vision, Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today said if voted to power Congress will ensure that fruits of development reach all sections of the society.
"Opposition parties in Haryana lack vision for development and have divisive agenda. But the Congress is focused on overall development of the state with its welfare policies.
"If voted back to power, the Congress will ensure that fruits of rapid development reach each and every section of the society," said Hooda while at a rally in Rohtak today.
Hooda toured several villages including Chiri, Katwara, Khidwali, Sanghi, Brahmanwas, Jassia, Rithal, Kiloi, Rurkee, Bhalout, Bohar, Baliyana, Kharawar, Pahrawar, Sunaria, Kakrana, Sundana, Kahnour, Garhi Ballam, Anwal, and Bhali.
The Chief Minister also said the Haryana model of development was better than the Gujarat model, saying that Haryana's development policies were being admired widely in India and abroad.
The Congress leader appealed to the people to vote decisively for the Congress to bring it to power for the third consecutive time.
Taking a dig at the opposition parties, Hooda said, "In Haryana, one party claims to form government from jail, while the other party does not even projects anybody as chief ministerial candidate."
Hooda said that his party's alliance was with the people of Haryana and people will "bless" the Congress party this time too.