Ambala, Oct 22 (UNI) The INLD and BJP leaders from Haryana, in a joint meeting of party workers, lashed out at Congress both at the Centre and in state for ''unprecedented price hike'' even of essential goods.
The state presidents of both the parties Ashok Arora (INLD) and Atam Prakash Manchanda (BJP) were present at a joint workers meeting of the parties after they entered into alliance at New Delhi recently.
Both the leaders assailed the UPA government and Hooda government for their failure to solve the problems of the people.
They alleged that the Hooda government in Haryana had failed to deliver the goods and there was no law and order in the state.
The state was facing acute shortage of electricity due to which the beleagured industry sector had started migrating to other states, they said.
Claiming that the Congress would be routed in the coming elections, they exhorted the workers to ensure massive presence in the proposed INLD-BJP joint rally at Sonepat on November 22 which would be addressed by the national leaders of both the parties.
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