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After Bhupinder Hooda assertion, Haryana Congress chief says none above party

Tanwar and Hooda have been at loggerheads for long, and at the heart of the latter’s unhappiness is the Congress high command’s reluctance to replace Tanwar with a person of his choice as the state unit chief.

Haryana Congress leader’s murder accused held in Dubai

Police sources said Kaushal will be brought back to Faridabad for further questioning in the coming days.

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His complaint against party chief not heard, Haryana Congress MLA resigns

Dahiya, considered a loyalist of former Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, said, “I have resigned as MLA. I, however, continue to be a Congressman and I have not quit the party.”

Hooda announces show of strength in Rohtak on August 18

Hooda held a meeting with Congress MLAs who are part of the party camp backing him in New Delhi Sunday to discuss the current political scenario in the state. As many as 12 MLAs, including Hooda, participated in the meeting.

Haryana Congress leader's murder shameful and sad, says Rahul Gandhi

According to the eyewitnesses, Chaudhary was shot at by two persons when he was in his car. At least four bullet markings could be seen on his car's windshield.

Haryana: Ashok Tanwar asks party workers to launch ‘mass contact campaign’ on Rahul Gandhi's birthday

Although, Tanwar claimed that party’s all incumbent and former MLAs, former MPs and senior leaders of the party were invited for the meeting, but former Chief Minister Bhupinder Hooda, his son Deepender Hooda and various other leaders of Hooda camp gave it a miss.

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Haryana: Day after Hooda call for unity, MLA from his faction complains against state Congress chief

Several Haryana Congress leaders told The Indian Express that since Tanwar has failed to keep the party united, it was upto the high command to take a decision, soon. 

Poll debacle: Haryana Congress chief faces flak at party meeting, says 'shoot me'

A party leader who attended the meeting summoned Tuesday in New Delhi by Ghulam Nabi Azad, the Haryana in-charge at the AICC, claimed Tanwar was targeted by some MLAs close to former chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda. The MLAs pressed for a leadership change in Haryana over the party's failure to win any of the 10 Lok Sabha seats in the state.

Lok Sabha polls: In Haryana, Congress a divided house

In April 2014 Lok Sabha polls, the Congress could secure just one seat, Rohtak from where the then Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda’s son Deepender Singh Hooda had won. Congress's vote share in the Lok Sabha polls (22.99 %) had dipped to 20.58% during the Assembly polls held in October 2014.

11 Haryana Cong MLAs complain against Haryana chief

Tanwar had said the persons who attacked him in New Delhi in October 2016 appeared to be same who were now accused (in the CBI chargesheet) of setting Abhimanyu’s house on fire.

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