Indri, May 11: Congress party received a big jolt today as former MP & former state president of BSP, Mr Aman Kumar Nagra alongwith thousands of his supporters joined INLD today at a election meeting in Indri. Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) president & former chief minister, Chaudhary Om Parkash Chautala welcomed Mr Nagra & his wife Mrs Mira Nagra in the INLD.While addressing a series of election meetings at Indri today,Mr Chautala called upon the electorate to root out the incompetent and corrupt Congress party from the power. Congress grass & Congress party are not appropriate for the people, while the grass cause various health & environmental hazards, the Congress party cause spiraling prices, lawlessness & corruption in the state, he added. He urged the people to unite and throw away the most incompetent & corrupt government with the power of vote.Mr Chautala said that all the people are frustrated and angry with the rising prices, deteriorating law & order and poor supply of water & electricity and voting in favour of INLD would be the best remedy to all their problems.INLD leader said that said that INLD would enhance the old age pension to Rs 700 per month after forming the government in Haryana.
While attacking the chief minister for the neglect of the Indri constituency, Mr Chautala held Mr Hooda personally responsible during the last three years. He said that the chief minister is duty bound to bring equal and all-round progress to all parts of the state but Mr Hooda has failed to do that.
INLD chief warned the government officers against doing irregularities to appease the Congress government. He said that the officers should maintain their dignity and not work as Congress party agents.
INLD candidate from Indri, Dr Ashok Kashyap, INLD former state president Mr Sher Singh Barshami also accompanied Mr Chautala during the campaigning in Indri assembly segment today. INLD leaders were given rousing reception in all the villages. Villagers promised to provide full support to the INLD candidate. Many Congress, BJP, BSP and HJC workers also announced to join INLD during the meetings.