Will waive farm loans; said by Bhupinder Hooda
Ex-Chief Minister and experienced congress chief Bhupinder Hooda today finished his nomination records from the Garhi Sampla-Kiloi Assembly constituency, which he currently serves in the state assembly.
After completing a ‘havan’ along with his clan members, Hooda continued to file his nomination papers along with his wife Asha, son Deepender and daughter-in-law Shweta at Sampla, where he also ranted a rally of Congress operators and his supporters.
“Enough is enough. People of Haryana have been cheated. I caution and exhort you not to get cheated repeatedly. I have come to seek your blessings, which are my strength,” said Hooda, striking a chord with the workers.
The two-time CM assured the people that if Congress made the administration in the state, farm credits would be suspended within six months, the old-age pension would be increased to Rs 5,100 and the women of underprivileged families would get a monthly kitchen allowance of Rs 2,000. “Men will get the old-age pension on accomplishing the age of 58 years, while women will get it after 55,” Hooda stated, maintaining that the retired would get the pension at their doorstep.
In the affirmation presented while filing his appointment papers on Friday, past Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda stated that seven felonious cases were pending toward him, but they were based on inaccurate and concocted accusations. The affidavit exhibits that Hooda and his companion Asha have moveable assets worth Rs 4.45 crore and immovable property worth Rs 11.22 crore. The former CM has a debt of Rs 13.20 lakh.