No dispute with BJP over seat sharing,says Chautala

Addressing a rally here today,Om Prakash Chautala of the Indian National Lok Dal said there is no dispute regarding the seat sharing in the INLD-BJP alliance and they are confident of a win in the forthcoming Lok Sabha Elections.

Written by C B SINGH | Hisar | Published: February 23, 2009 5:01:25 am

Addressing a rally here today,Om Prakash Chautala of the Indian National Lok Dal said there is no dispute regarding the seat sharing in the INLD-BJP alliance and they are confident of a win in the forthcoming Lok Sabha Elections.

He said the winning candidates will be given tickets,irrespective of the party affiliation.

“It is time to work unitedly instead of wasting time on seat adjustment and ensure INLD-BJP wins all 10 seats,” he added.

Terming the Congress Party as anti-farmers and anti-common people,he said that support price of wheat will be enhanced to Rs 1,400 per quintal and would be available at Rs 700 per quintal for the poor section of the society,if the NDA government comes to power at Centre.

In a bid to woo government employees,who have a considerable vote bank in Haryana,he said the Sixth Pay Commission report will be implemented.

He added that Ranbir Singh,father of Bhupinder Singh Hooda,is being projected as the maker of the constitution. The Haryana BJP chief Atam Chand Manchand called asked the audience to strengthen the support for the prime ministerial candidate Lal Krishna Advani of National Democratic Alliance and Om Prakash Chautala of INLD in Haryana.

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