Jagadhri, Aug 20 (UNI) In an apparent bid to expolit the regional sentiments in Maharashtra's Raj Thacheray-style, Haryana Janhit Congress supremo Kuldeep Bishnoi today declared that if voted to power his party would get 80 per cent jobs reserved for Haryanvis in the private sector in the state.
Addressing a public meeting in the Grain Market here, the young Haryanvi leader thundered that his party's government would pass an act making it mandatory for all industrial and private units in the state to retrench the ''outsiders'' within a year to make place for the Haryana domiciles.
''The industries which failed to follow this rule, would be shut down,'' Mr Bishnoi declared, drawing cheers from the public.
On the political plans of his party, Mr Bishnoi reiterated that the HJC would have no truck with any other party and would fight the parliametary polls on its own.
''By the end of October, we will declare all our candidates for the 10 Lok Sabha seats in the state. I would also contest the LS polls and later join the state politics to serve the state,'' said Mr Bishnoi, an MP from Bhiwani.
''We have a fight with 'fake Congress' of Bhupinder Hooda while Om Prakash Chautala is now out of the game in Haryana politics, '' Mr Bishnoi claimed.
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