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Traders to observe shutdown tomorrow over SYL canal, GST, demonetization: INLD

Chandigarh: Haryana leader of the Opposition, INLD MLA Abhay Singh Chautala on Thursday announced that traders will observe a statewide 'bandh' on Saturday. He said the trading community was holding the 'bandh' to seek the completion of Satluj-Yamuna Link (SYL) and Dadupur-Nalvi canals as well as to highlight its problems caused by the provisions of the GST, etrading, and demonetization.

The INLD would once again raise the scandals of Robert Vadra-owned Skylight Hospitality, Omkareshwar Properties and DLF, facilitated by the connivance of the then state government under Bhupinder Singh Hooda, he added.

Abhay was addressing the media a day before the start of the Haryana assembly session. He said it was on August 16, 2014 that the INLD had submitted a comprehensive chargesheet against the misdeeds of the then government under the active patronage of Hooda. "The chargesheet had demanded that a high-powered inquiry commission be constituted to investigate the allegations and if found true, criminal cases be filed," he said.

He said he had also raised the subject of the chargesheet in the assembly and CM Manohar Lal Khattar had assured the House that after studying its contents, appropriate action would be taken

Abhay expressed regretted that after sitting over the charges for four years, the police had filed an FIR based on the complaint of a person who is suspected to be having close ties with the BJP leaders. "This makes the whole action suspect," he said.

He said among other issues that would be raised in the assembly through adjournment motions and calling attention noticesinclude illegal mining, deaths of cows in gaushalas, drug smuggling and addiction, SYL canal, deteriorating law and order situation and the pitiable condition of health services in Haryana.


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