Press Reporter News Service
Panipat, July 26
Rajya Sabha member Deepender Hooda on Sunday visited a number of villages of the Baroda Meeting constituency and reviewed the loss to crops resulting from heavy rainfall on Sunday. He demanded compensation for affected farmers.
The byelection to the Baroda phase is due quickly. The seat fell vacant after the demise of Congress MLA Sri Krishan Hooda.
“The Centre has been claiming that the earnings of farmers will probably be doubled. Quite the opposite, it has doubled the enter value,” the Congress chief stated.
He accused the BJP-led authorities of “misusing” the state equipment within the run-up to the byelection. “The state authorities is mounting strain on sarpanches and taping their telephones.”
“The Baroda byelection is a contest between the event mannequin pursued throughout the Congress rule and misgovernance of the BJP authorities. Folks of Baroda will win and the federal government equipment will lose,” Deepender stated.
He took on the state authorities over unemployment, rising crime and scams in paddy buy, mining and registration of registry.