INLD to target Hooda govt

In the absence of their jailed leaders including party president Om Prakash Chautala, main opposition Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) is gearing up to take on the Haryana government on various issues during the Budget session of the state Assembly starting Friday.

Going by the strategy drawn by opposition leaders, the ruling Congress may not be able to breathe easy as INLD is likely to target the Hooda government on a host of issues.

These include the DLF-Robert Vadra land deal issue, alleged misuse of the CBI by Congress to target political opponents, deterioration in law and order and increasing cases of crime against women.

The INLD may have been rendered headless as former chief minister Chautala and his MLA-son Ajay Singh Chautala are lodged in Tihar Jail in Delhi after they were among those convicted and sentenced by a Delhi court recently in a teachers’ recruitment scam in Haryana in 2000, but that does not seem to have dampened their spirits.

In the absence of the two leaders, senior Chautala’s younger son Abhay Singh, INLD state unit chief Ashok Arora and other leaders have been holding numerous public meetings to target the Congress on various fronts.

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