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Sandeep Singh should quit on moral grounds; Haryana CM must seek his resignation: Hooda | Chandigarh News

Haryana’s Leader of Opposition and former chief minister, Bhupinder Singh Hooda, on Saturday said that state minister Sandeep Singh who is facing charges of molestation should resign immediately on moral grounds and if he does not do so, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar should seek his resignation.

Addressing a press conference at his residence, Hooda said, “It is a matter of grave concern. A charge sheet has been filed against the minister. He should resign on moral grounds.”

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Hooda also spoke about the ongoing monsoon session of the Vidhan Sabha. “The government has deliberately kept the duration of the session short as it does not want to answer important issues. It seems that the government is in a hurry. That is why the adjournment motions given by the Congress regarding flood and compensation were converted into calling attention motion.

Congress has also proposed to discuss Nuh violence and law and order, but the Speaker sent that too to the government for comments. The government did not give a clear answer even on the issue of blatant problems in Family Identity Cards. The government could not explain how millionaires are being shown as poor, and the poor as rich. There are innumerable flaws in the Government’s Property ID and Family Identity Card, which could not be rectified even after so long. Despite this, no legal action was taken against the company that had the contract to execute the project,” Hooda said.

On the question of expected religious yatra on August 28 in Nuh, Hooda said, “It is everybody’s right to hold yatras. No-one should have any objection to the yatras, but the government should take precaution in each case, considering its seriousness. Despite knowing everything last time, the government did not take proper steps regarding the safety of the yatra and the government did not take cognisance of the provocative statements, which led to the violence. Religious yatras were taken out even during the Congress tenure, but there was never any violence, while such incidents have become common in the BJP government.”

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