Chandigarh, November 1 (Trinew)
Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) has also now come up with the formula to make Deputy CM. INLD Principal General Secretary and Ellenabad MLA Abhay Chautala has announced that after the formation of the government, a Scheduled Caste and a Backward Class leader will be made Deputy CM. Earlier, former CM and opposition leader Bhupendra Singh Hooda had announced to make four MLAs Deputy Chief Ministers if the Congress government is formed.
Abhay Chautala, who met the media at the INLD office in Chandigarh on Wednesday, said that the Congress itself has rejected former Chief Minister Bhupendra Singh Hooda’s announcement of appointing four deputy CMs. He said, when Hooda does not have the right to take such decisions then why does he embarrass himself by making such statements. Abhay said, INLD has always worked to take the thirty-six communities along. Sent such people to Rajya Sabha, who were ordinary workers of the party.
He said, ‘Look at our political history, we sent Ranbir Singh Gangwa and Ramkumar Kashyap from backward class as members of Rajya Sabha. Fakir Chand of Ambala from Scheduled Caste was sent to Rajya Sabha. Sent Rao Man Singh to Rajya Sabha. Even in the Haryana Public Service Commission, we worked to provide representation to people of all castes so that there is no discrimination against any class. While giving an ultimatum to the Haryana government on the SYL issue, Abhay said that if no action is taken till January, INLD will be forced to launch a big agitation.
Meetings being held on SYL are drama: Abhay Chautala
Describing the meetings being held in Punjab regarding SYL as drama, Abhay said that we have also written a letter to the Chief Minister and demanded that a special session of the Assembly be called on this issue and an all-party meeting be called. But the Chief Minister is not serious on this issue. If BJP is well-wisher of Haryana then they should take this work forward. Be it the BJP government or the Aam Aadmi Party government in Punjab, everyone wants to put this issue on the back burner.