"In the present Congress regime, looters and plunderers are ruling the roost...if voted back to power, INLD will deal with them sternly," INLD chief Om Prakash Chautala told a gathering of industrialists and businessmen here.
He said the state government led by Bhupinder Singh Hooda has become bankrupt and was taking loans by selling public properties. The government did not even have enough funds to pay salaries and pensions to the employees, he alleged.
"These days the legislature has been put to auction, executive has become corrupt and judiciary is suffering from government interference," he said.
Promising better opportunities to youths, he said, "INLD will provide a monthly allowance of Rs 3,000 to unemployed individuals."
The party will also set up a farmers commission and a business and trade commission and the recommendations of these panels will be implemented in toto, he said.