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BJP Leader- Haryana CM Manohar Lal Kattar, A Protector of Mining Mafia?

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Congress Legislative Party (CLP) leader Kiran Choudhry leaves a trail of castigation at the doorstep of Manohar Lal Kattar on his alleged patronization of land and mining mafias in the state. Addressing a public meeting in Panchkula, Choudhry said that the Khattar-led BJP government had nothing to prove as an achievement in its four years of rule.

“Despite strictures and embarrassing observations over mining in Bhiwani and other areas, illegal mining is going unabated in the state. Any villager or officer opposing the same is crushed. Other achievement of this government is creating a social divide and working against farmers,” she said.

“It’s not just the opposition but their own party MLAs and leaders talk about this. The reverse counting of the government has already begun. We shall not only send the mafia behind the bars but will also put state on the path of development,” the Congress leader added.

Like former CM Bhupinder Hooda, AICC media chief Randeep Surjewala, Kuldeep Bishnoi and HPCC president Ashok Tanwar, Choudhary too has been organizing her independent rallies to revive the cadre created by her father-in-law and former CM Bansi Lal.

“This is the most anti-farmer government of the state. This government is forcing the farmers to end their lives. Whatever the financial condition of the state was, we always supported the farmers. We gave loans and power bills arrears. But they have just given deaths or forced farmers to bankruptcy,” she said.

She also accused that the government is using unemployment as a tool to earn money. Unemployed are forced to pay exorbitant fees as application charges, she said. Choudhry also pointed out that Haryana has now been identified as unsafe place for women and a heaven for the criminals.

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