Former Chief Minister Bhupendra Singh Hooda, who had been waiting for two days to meet the high command in Delhi, has not received any concrete assurance from top Congress leaders so far. Now Hooda will wait for the High Command's decision by this evening. There are indications that if the Congress leadership does not take a positive step, Huda and his supporters may make a big announcement on the way out of the Congress at the Rohtak rally on Sunday.
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According to media reports, sources close to Hooda say that if the high command does not hand over the command of the state Congress to Hooda, the Haryana Assembly will be declared on Sunday from the Sharad Pawar-led Nationalist Congress Party at Mahatavarat Maharali in Rohtak.
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For your information, former Delhi Chief Minister Bhupendra Singh Hooda, who has been in Delhi for two days, has been stunned by the failure to meet Sonia and Rahul Gandhi. Krishnamurthy Hooda, a former minister and former minister of Hudda, has also hinted at Rohtak. However, Bhupendra Singh Hooda himself or his son, former MP Dipendra Singh Hooda, has not broken the silence yet.
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