Chandigarh, Sep 12 (UNI) Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today criticised the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) for urging the state cabinet to abrogate the 1994 Yamuna Water Accord.
''What the INLD has been doing on the issue during its six years of rule in the state ?'' the Chief Minister said while talking to reporters here.
To a question, Mr Hooda said considering the demand for a CBI enquiry into the circumstances leading to the murder of Rakesh, alias Lara, in Gohana and the subsequent events, the government had written to the central agency in this regard.
He said the other demand for providing security to dalits through Central Reserve Police Force was also accepted as it was the duty of the government to provide security. Regarding Haryana's demand for setting up of a separate High Court for the state in Chandigarh, Mr Hooda said the state government wanted its High Court within the existing complex of Punjab and Haryana High Court.