No "Modi wave" in Haryana: Bhupinder Singh Hooda

Jind, Mar 28: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Friday said there was no "Modi wave" in the state, claiming that people would vote for Congress candidates because of the development carried out by his government.

"There is no Modi wave in Haryana. Rather there is a Congress wave in the state," Hooda told reporters.

He said Congress led government in Haryana provided all round development and good governance in the state.

"In view of all-round development, people here will vote for Congress candidates in coming Lok Sabha elections," he claimed.

"Hard work put in by the state government in the matter of development will bring good result in the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections," he said.

He also took pot shots at BJP, saying that there was resentment among BJP leaders and workers over the distribution of tickets for upcoming elections.

"There is no such differences among the leaders of Congress party. Congress leaders have been unitedly campaigning for the party's candidates," he said.


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