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Hooda Govt Involved in Scams Worth Rs 8-10 Lakh Cr: INLD

Chandigarh

Haryana's main opposition party the INLD today accused the Bhupinder Singh Hooda government of being involved in scams worth Rs 8-10 lakh crore.

A party delegation submitted a 140-page "chargesheet" against the Hooda government's alleged misdeeds before Governor Kaptan Singh Solanki here, a party release said.

The delegation led by senior leaders Abhay Singh Chautala, INLD state unit chief, Ashok Arora and others, also demanded a probe into the scams by a sitting Supreme Court judge.

The opposition party also trained guns on the Chief Minister Hooda and levelled several allegations against him.

The delegation also apprised the Governor about alleged bogus achievements of the government, to publicise which, crores of rupees of the ex-chequer were spent.

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