Hooda blames ‘lawlessness’, ‘lack of leadership’ for increased crime in Haryana

Chandigarh , Jan 17 : Former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Wednesday launched a scathing attack on Khattar government saying ‘lawlessness’ and lack of ‘leadership’ are the foremost reason behind increased crime in Haryana.

Hooda described that increased incidents of crime, especially the recent rapes and murders in the state as ‘worrisome’.

“There is lawlessness in the state. Haryana Government has no leader, some ministers are angry, some are sulking and there is no direction,” Hooda told ANI.

Earlier in a day, the Congress leader met Governor Kaptan Singh Solanki to discuss the recent incidents of rape and murder in the state.

After meeting, he said “we met Guv over failure of law and order in the state. Multiple rape incidents make us hang our head low in shame. State govt must resign on moral grounds.

“We’ve asked the Guv to dismiss govt, if they don’t resign, & implement President’s rule here”, he added.

Meanwhile, multiple rape cases are being witnessed in the state.

Recently this week, three cases of brutal gang rape — including two of minor girls — were reported.


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