The upcoming Haryana Assembly session,beginning September 6,is set to be a stormy affair with Robert Vadra-DLF land deals and conviction of the Chautalas in the JBT scam being the two issues on which the ruling Congress and Opposition INLD likely to attack each other.
Sources said INLD is ready with questions and documents,with which the party will try to force make the Congress to explain the genesis of the Vadra-DLF land deals and the contentions raised by senior IAS officer Ashok Khemka.
The party will also target Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda and his government on the issues raised by Hoodas detractors. These would include allegations of biased development raised by Congress leaders Rao Inderjit,Kumari Selja,Birender Singh and others,awarding land to the Rajiv Gandhi trust in Gurgaon,many children falling ill after consuming iron pills,poor electricity scenario or the deteriorating law and order situation in Haryana.
gIf there is a need,we will also giving a Calling Attention Motion on various important issues during the session. But we are sure that as always,this time also,Congress will not allow us to raise valid issues in the House. We suspect that the Session will end after two sittings only but we want it to be prolonged since many vital issues need to be debated, said INLD state president Ashok Arora.
While addressing mediapersons about a fortnight ago,senior INLD leaders had also accused Assembly Speaker Kuldeep Sharma of not being fair during the sessions. The Speaker functions at the behest of the ruling government and had shattered the sanctity of Speakers chair. We have already submitted our questions on many important issues concerning the welfare of people and hope that all such issues will be discussed during the session, Abhay Chautala had said.
Meanwhile,Congress is set to counter INLDs claims,especially on the issues of corruption. With INLDs two top leaders ? party chief Om Prakash Chautala and his MLA son Ajay Chautala ? convicted in the JBT recruitment scam,the Congress will raise the issue to counter all INLDs allegations.