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Navyug Rally a wastage of Public Resources- Chautala

Navyug Rally a wastage of Public Resources- Chautala

February 27, 2007


INLD GENERAL secretary Ajay Singh Chautala, MP has termed the ‘Navyug Rally’ a shear wastage of public resources as it failed to deliver any good to the society. While addressing media persons at his Sirsa residence on Monday, he alleged that when the Bhupinder Singh Hooda rule failed to achieve anything or execute any development there was no relevance of holding such rally. He claimed that in the wake of unfortunate happening at Panipat where over five-dozen Samjhauta Express travelers were massacred by the terrorist, the holding of such rallies is just blasphemous and an insult to the dead.

Mr. Chautala alleged that Ms. Sonia Gandhi being unaware of Indian ethos preferred to keep herself away from visiting Panipat to sympathize with the kin of the innocent victims. In a broadside against Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, he said that he kept on repeating only those projects, which were initiated during INLD regime. He criticized Hooda for taking credit for construction of the railway over-bridge and de-silting of Ottu Weir at Sirsa, which were also planned and initiated during INLD regime. He claimed that the law and order position in the state has touched the lowest ebb and kidnappings murders and incidents of extortions had become order
of the day.


THE DISTRICT Police have arrested four persons identified as Mukesh, Sandeep, Hansaraj & Lalit under the NDPS Act following a recovery of 40 grams of Smack. The Police have also impounded their car no.
RJ13-1090 that was being used in carrying the contraband. According to Police sources the village Goriwala Police Post incharge Tarsem Lal was on his routine patrol duty village Kaluana when he spotted the said car coming from the contiguous Rajasthan side and on his search the Smack was recovered.


AN ETO M.L. Bishnoi who had been evading arrest in a bribery case for the last about one and half months was nabbed on Sunday. It may be recalled that on January 12th on the basis of a complaint of a Panipat
based trader Pankaj Gosoami, Bishnoi’s accomplice and colleague ETO Birbal Sharma was caught red handed while accepting illegal gratification of Rs.20,000.00.
Since then Bishnoi had been on the run. Bishnoi was produced before a magistrate, which remanded him in Police custody for a day.


THE DISTRICT Police have arrested a village Jeevan Nagar based shopkeeper Om Parkash under essential commodity Act after seizing form his premises 16 LPG cylinders. According to Police sources the CIA staff got a tip off that the accused was indulging in Black Marketing of the LPG cylinders, and raided his premises and nabbed him along with the cylinders.

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