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Bhupinder Hooda attacks BJP govt over ‘rising’ crime

Says traders biggest victim of ‘worsening’ law & order situation

Bhupinder Hooda attacks BJP govt over ‘rising’ crime

Bhupinder Hooda, Leader of Opposition. File photo



Tribune News Service

Ravinder Saini

Rohtak, May 5

Leader of Opposition Bhupinder Hooda today launched a scathing attack on the BJP government for “rising crime graph” in the state. “The BJP does not deserve to remain in power as no state can progress under the shadow of crime and fear,” he said.

Hooda was addressing traders and small shopkeepers during an event here. He requested the gathering to vote for Congress candidates in the Lok Sabha polls to clear the deck for formation of a Congress government in the state.

“The biggest victim of increasing crime in the state is the business class as traders and shopkeepers are being targeted by criminals. They are not only threatening businessmen, but also seeking extortion from them...,” the Congress leader said.

“If a Congress government is formed, crime and criminals would be eliminated from Haryana like before.

Hooda said this Lok Sabha election was an opportunity to get rid of the BJP.

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