Selja and Hooda were in Sirsa Thursday and despite being present in the district, Tanwar gave the campaign a miss and claimed that he never received any invitation or intimation from either of the two to join them. “I only learnt about their programme through media,” he said.
Selja and Hooda are currently covering all 10 parliamentary constituencies across Haryana. There is a total of 90 Assembly segments in the state that is due for Vidhan Sabha polls next month. Congress lost all 10 parliamentary seats to BJP in 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
There are unconfirmed reports that newly-appointed Haryana Congress president Kumari Selja and CLP leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda met BSP president Mayawati on Sunday night. Both of them denied the reports.
Kumari Selja will replace Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee chief Ashok Tanwar. Bhupinder Singh Hooda has been made Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leader and chairman of the party election committee.
Sources close to Hooda said that they have assured the former Chief Minister that they would back him no matter what decision he takes. The Hooda faction has support of 13 MLAs out of 17 Congress MLAs in the 90-member Assembly.
As violent protests by Jats seeking reservation in government jobs continued to rock Haryana — the death toll climbed to 19 Monday after three persons were killed in Sonipat in clashes with security forces — a 90-second audio clip of a purported conversation between an advisor of former chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda and a […]
Rohtak, Feb 19 (ANI): Lashing out at the state government, former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda blamed BJP leaders for the Jat quota row in the state. He accused the ruling party of having no stand on the issue. He said his government gave an ideal reservation to everyone and people were satisfied with his government. At least 15 people were injured in Rohtak yesterday when a protest turned violent, forcing the administration to impose Section 144 and block internet services.