Dushyant and his brother Digvijay’s expulsion from the party, by their grandfather and party supremo Om Prakash Chautala, has precipitated the internal crisis in the INLD, with the Ajay camp apprehending that it’s a ploy by Abhay Chautala to wrest party leadership.
Striving to project himself as a man forced to fight back after being denied his right, Ajay, alluding to the message of the Pandavs conveyed by Krishna to the Kauravs after his peace mission had failed, said, “Yachana nahin, ab rann hoga (No begging, there will be war now).”
This year, the farmers have faced double misfortune in the form of damaged crops, particularly paddy, and the flooding of the fields has posed a threat to the forthcoming rabi sowing season unless these are drained out in time, the opposition delegation apprised Khattar.
According to the complaint, Vij, in his statement to the media in April, had stated, “Drug abuse is rampant in the area from where Dushyant Chautala comes. I think he has also started taking drugs and he should go to some de-addiction centre.”