HAMIRPUR: Congress is all set to retain the power in the state after December 19 elections and the rout of BJP is imminent. This was stated by Haryana chief minister, Bhupinder Singh Hooda, while addressing a party election rally at Sujanpur tira kaswa of the district today.
He said people were happy with the performance of the state government and that was why they were going to help the Congress this time too.
He dubbed the BJP as Bahut Jhoothi Party (a party of big liars). This party has no future as it has harmed the cause of the nation a lot, he told the people present in the rally. He exhorted upon them to reject the BJP for their own well being failing which the state would be doomed.
Hooda said, â€œA party is known by its leaders, intentions and policies and all these three things are with Congress. Congress has its long history and honest leadership. There is leader in world who sacrificed his chair of Prime minister and credit for this goes to Mrs. Sonia Gandhi. However, the BJP has neither any policy nor programme and its one point programme is the grab power to mint the money.â€
He exhorted upon the people to vote for Congress nominees for their own benefits and all round development. He said Congress and developments are two faces of the same coins, whereas BJP stand for Vinash (destruction).
Anita Verma, MLA and Congress candidate also spoke on this occasion and appealed to the people to vote for the Congress in December 19 elections.
Earlier talking to reporters, Hood said that he sees no future for newly floated outfit of former chief minister, Bhajan Lal and his son, Kuldip Bishnoi in the state. This party will be wiped out from the political scene of the state once the elections are held.
He said, Congress always helped and favored Bhajan Lal. But he (Bhajan Lal) ditched the party and as such, people were unhappy with him and would not believe him and continue to support the Congress.
The Haryana chief minister said that he was for joint efforts by all northern states to form a joint strategy for their over all development. When asked, whether he was happy with a special industrial package to Himachal, he said, it was the policy of the central government to decide such major issues.