Rohtak, Nov 2 (UNI) Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today said that the poor turnout at the INLD-BJP rally at Sonepat yesterday has once agains prooved that the alliance had no mass base in the state.
The Chief Minister while refering to the Sonepat rally said at a public gathering at Sampla that this alliance was "basically for selfish gains and the people associated with if did not have any interest in the development of the state".
He said that when being in the power the INLD-BJP leaders misused their positions for their petty self interest. The people were once again waiting for the elections to give a befitting reply to such leaders, he added.
He said that the low gathering at the rally has proved that INLD-BJP had no mass base in Haryana. He claimed that the leaders of the two parties had always worked for their personal gains and not for the people.
Referring to the developmental works implemented at Sampla in last three and half years, Mr Hooda said that various time bound works had been initiated with a cost of about Rs 100 crores. He said that Sampla would soon be developed like Gurgaon and the proposal for construction of railway overbridge had been sent.
The Chief Minister informed that a sum of Rs 10.30 crore had been sanctioned for the construction of second water works and the construction work would finish by the month of June next year. With the construction of this water works, every resident of Sampla would get 135 litres of water per day.
He also laid the foundation stone of a community health centre which would be constructed at cost of Rs 514.50 lakh and it would be completed in next fifteen months.
Earlier, Mr Hooda paid rich tribute to Deenbandhu Chottu Ram at his 'Samark' in Sampla and inspected the developmental works being done at the premises of the memorial.
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