HARYANA, India—Haryana Chief minister Bhupinder Hooda is playing every trick to woo Sikh voters of the state. In assembly segment Assandh, where Sikhs are a majority in number, Hooda organized a rally on Saturday at Jaisinghpura village, during which he played the HSGMC card and attacked his Punjab counterpart Parkash Badal.
He attacked SAD-INLD alliance for opposing the demand of state Sikhs for a separate body for Gurdwara affairs.
Addressing the rally in favour of party candidate Sumita Singh, Hooda appealed the voters to compare his works with those of the INLD and BJP government.
He said, “If you think my tenure was the best, vote for Sumita Singh. By voting for her you would elect two MLAs from here. Once we return to power, there will be much more development in Assandh.”