Congress May Feel Big Blow Before Haryana Assembly Elections, Ex-CM Hooda Shown Rebellious signs

Chandigarh: Nothing is going right for the Congress party, the first Section 370 was openly protested by the leaders in the party. Now, the Congress is likely to face difficulties ahead of the Haryana assembly elections. Because the party's veteran leader and former CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda has given a clear signal of his separation from the party.

During an election rally in Rohtak, Haryana, Hooda said, "I am free from the past today." "I will set up a committee to take any decision by the leaders and the people present at the rally," said Bhupendra Hooda at the Mahavamutation rally held at Rahatak in Haryana. On the advice of the Committee, we will take a decision on this."

Addressing the rally, veteran Congress leader Karan Singh Dalal made it clear that if the command of Haryana was not given in the hands of the HUDA, the party leaders should follow their own path. Not only that, former Haryana Assembly Speaker Raghubir Kadiyan proposed a line that whatever the HUDA decides will be valid.

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