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If elected, will give jobs to all educated Haryana youths: OP Chautala


AMBALA/YAMUNANAGAR: hautala also said he had to go to jail as a result of a conspiracy for providing jobs to a few three,200 youths of the state. If voted to power, he said he would give jobs to all the skilled youths of Haryana even supposing he's hanged for that. He steered people to make sure INLD victory within the meeting elections so that he can give jobs to all skilled Haryana youths as in keeping with their qualifications.

Chautala and his elder son Ajay, a former MP, were convicted within the junior basic skilled (JBT) teacher recruitment scam in 2013 and both were awarded 10-year imprisonment.

Referring to end of INLD-BSP alliance, Chautala Senior said it's common to shape new alliances and formation of latest outfits in election season but INLD isn't deterred by way of such developments. He, alternatively, added that some people simplest purpose loss to others for their self-interest.

He described the Manohar Lal Khattar-led government as a "group of robbers" who are looting the state. Referring to Modi government, Chautala said all sections of the society are unsatisfied with the ruling birthday celebration.

"Similar circumstances were witnessed in 1977 when Jai Prakash Narayan and in 1989 when Devi Lal had managed to defeat the Congress party by leading a movement. But unfortunately, we don't have similar kind of leadership this time," he added.

Addressing the gathering, INLD president Ashok Arora attacked the BJP for increase in petroleum prices and crimes towards girls within the state. He also claimed that the state largesse was once being dispensed to people from Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). Gaganjot Sandhu, son of former Pehowa MLA Jaswinder Sandhu who died recently due most cancers, also addressed the rally.


INLD state president Ashok Arora was once riding the SUV wherein Chautala patriarch visited quite a lot of parts of Haryana on Monday


O P Chautala, who is understood for his oratory abilities, regarded very low and repeatedly requested his supporters to stay united


Contrary to expectancies that Chautala would discuss his grandsons, Dushyant and Digvijay who shaped a separate outfit, the senior chief did not utter a word about someone




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