New Delhi: In a move to silence his opponents inside and outside the party, Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Sunday launched infrastructure projects worth Rs 1,338 crore in Jind, the assembly constituency represented by Indian National Lok Dal. While the projects including widening of two national highways and a new Jind-Gohana-Sonipat railway line will speed up development of the district, Hooda has sent a message that he is no more concentrating only on Rohtak, his home constituency.
Sources in Haryana Congress said the chief minister has been holding rallies like VikasRally held at Jind, in constituencies where either his camp or the party is weak.
But the best part is he is announcing several development projects for locals and thereby pushing the development agenda. He did so at Nangal Chaudhry in Mahendragarh recently. His actions speak how there have been baseless allegations that his focus is only in Rohtak, Jhajjar and Sonipat, said a party insider. Source>>>