After Sonipat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a public rally in Hisar ahead of the Haryana Assembly elections 2019. Here too, he questioned the Congress. “When BJP government in Haryana was taking decisive steps for development of state, what was the opposition doing? They couldn’t fight us, so they were busy fighting among themselves. They destabilized their parties for self-interest; can they give stability to Haryana?” He asked.
On further plans, the Prime Minister said, “We plan to spend Rs 3.5 lakh crore in the next five years, so our mothers, sisters, and farmers don’t have to face shortage of water. Our effort is to ensure that farmers do not have to rely only on weather.”
Talking about sustainable use of water resources, the Prime Minister said, “It’s imperative that we revive old systems of water management which existed in villages. We want to create systems that can help recycle household water & which can be used for irrigation. I hope the country will be successful in doing so by 2024.”
Haryana is all set to go to polls on October 21 and results will be declared on October 24.