Palwal, 27 November (HP)
Former Chief Minister and Leader of Opposition Bhupendra Singh Hooda said that the public anger is a symbol of change of power in the state. He claimed that seeing the enthusiasm and support shown among the people of the state, it is now clear that change is certain in the state, no one can stop it because people are fed up with the BJP-JJP government and have decided to bring the Congress government in 2024. Have made up my mind. Hooda was addressing a meeting organized by Pradesh Congress Committee delegate Israel Choudhary at village Kot in the district on Monday.
State President Udaybhan, former minister Karan Singh Dalal, former Prithla MLA Raghuveer Singh Tewatia, state spokesperson Sumit Gaur were also present during this period. Former Chief Minister Hooda said that I am saddened by the fact that till 2014, Haryana, which was number 1 in per capita income, per capita investment, job creation and law and order, farmers, poor and businessmen, every section was happy. That Haryana has today reached the 17th position in growth rate and the top position in unemployment, crime and drug addiction. Today there are no doctors in hospitals, no masters in schools and no employees in offices. Where has Haryana reached in the last 9 years? He said that the Congress government has talked about giving legal guarantee of MSP to the farmers in the Raipur convention of the party. Apart from this, if the Congress government comes to power in the state, the old age pension will be the highest in the country at Rs 6000. On the lines of Rajasthan, gas cylinder will be provided for Rs 500 and old pension scheme will be provided to the employees.
‘Government wants to snatch the freedom of journalists’
Chandigarh (TRINUE): Former Chief Minister and Leader of Opposition Bhupendra Singh Hooda has raised question marks on the terms of the pension policy made for journalists. Hooda says that the government has deliberately added the condition of FIR to put pressure on journalists and deprive them of pension. It is said in the pension policy that if an FIR is filed against a journalist, he will not be given pension. Hooda said that the BJP-JJP government has repeatedly used FIRs as a weapon against journalists to violate the freedom of the press.