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AAP's Anurag Dhanda takes dig at Haryana Govt over law & order

AAP's Anurag Dhanda takes dig at Haryana Govt over law & order

Anurag Dhanda. File photo



Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, July 8

Aam Aadmi Party’s senior state vice-president Anurag Dhanda today targeted the BJP government for running under an “insecure” leadership. He was speaking at a press conference here today.

Hitting out at the state government over law and order, he said there was a ‘jungle raj’ in the entire state. “Haryana has become a haven for ransom seekers. Firing incidents are happening everywhere,” he said.

Dhanda said in Hisar, traders even closed the market due to the fear of criminals. Ransom was being demanded from three traders there. However, the police have still not been able to find out who these ransom seekers are.

He said ever since Nayab Singh Saini became the CM, he had been unable to control the entire situation. “The CM is neither able to handle law and order nor is he able to keep his government politically stable. Anil Vij is sitting idle after being removed as Home Minister,” he said.

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