Beyond comprehension why Haryana government has not convened all-party meet on COVID issue: Bhupinder Singh Hooda
Bhupinder Singh Hooda said he has continuously tried to awaken the government and also tried to raise awareness among the people.
Former Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda again urges Centre to restart dialogue process with protesting farmers
Bhupinder Singh Hooda once again urged the central government to restart the dialogue process with protesting farmers.
Hooda and his wife were tested positive for the infection on April 18 and were undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Gurgaon.
The 73-year-old Congress leader and his wife are in Delhi and they will get themselves admitted to a hospital in Gurgaon as a precautionary measure.
Puducherry is facing a million and one issues right now. Its government has been toppled by turncoat MLAs, and neither alliance has managed to seal its poll deals.
The BJP on Thursday attacked the Congress over the incident and asked if women in a political organisation be treated as "bonded labourers".
Irani said it was "absolutely shocking" to see the former Haryana chief minister sitting calmly on a tractor while having woman members of his party pull it physically.
At one point he seems to be holding back his tears and said he could not sleep all night due to the visuals.
The Budget session of the state assembly is starting on March 5. Hooda claimed the 'voices of dissent' are being heard among the MLAs supporting the government.
The comments came days after Hooda held a march to the Governor's house and demanded a special session of Assembly.
The government has held 11 rounds of negotiation with protesting unions and these have remained inconclusive with regard to rollback of the laws.
A charge-sheet was filed before a special PMLA court in Panchkula on the charges of money laundering, punishment for money laundering, and other offences.
The case involves the allocation of 14 industrial plots worth Rs 30.34 crore allegedly to the acquaintances of the then Chief Minister of Haryana Bhupinder Singh Hooda in the year 2013.
He called on the protesting farmers to ensure that their 'tractor parade' on Tuesday remains peaceful through restraint and discipline.
The former Haryana CM also said the farmers have already spent almost two months on roads while protesting against the farm laws.