Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Friday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi, three days after he was booed at a rally in his presence forcing him not to share dais with him.
Hooda is understood to have discussed with Modi issues related to his state. The meeting comes three days after Hooda, a Congress leader, was left fuming as a hostile crowd hooted at a function in Modi’s presence in Kaithal in Haryana.
Later, the Chief Minister blamed BJP for the incident and vowed to stay away from such events in future.
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