Cong: We will extend metro service to Manesar from Gurugram
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Cong: We will extend metro service to Manesar from Gurugram

Former Haryana chief minister and Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda stated that if his party were to win the upcoming state assembly polls, they would extend the metro line from there to Manesar. He made these remarks while addressing a Congress workers' conference, where he expressed gratitude to them for their efforts during the Lok Sabha election in the Gurgaon constituency. In that election, the BJP's Rao Inderjit Singh won the seat, defeating Congress' Raj Babbar. Hooda, who currently serves as the leader of opposition in the Haryana assembly, highlighted that it was the Congress party that had undertaken the "historic" initiative of bringing the Delhi Metro service to Gurugram, Faridabad, Ballabhgarh, and Bahadurgarh in Haryana. He claimed that efforts to extend this service to other areas had ceased after the BJP assumed power in the state. Regarding the state of Gurugram, Hooda criticised the BJP, accusing them of leaving the city with issues such as garbage accumulation, traffic congestion, and sewerage problems. He also alleged a collapse in law and order, leading to a sense of insecurity among the people. Hooda further pointed out that under Congress rule, Gurugram had attracted significant investments from Japan, whereas today, established industries are relocating and companies are reducing their workforce. During the workers' conference in Nuh, Hooda reiterated the Congress party's promises, including a rail linkage for Mewat and the establishment of a new university.

Former Haryana chief minister and Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda stated that if his party were to win the upcoming state assembly polls, they would extend the metro line from there to Manesar. He made these remarks while addressing a Congress workers' conference, where he expressed gratitude to them for their efforts during the Lok Sabha election in the Gurgaon constituency. In that election, the BJP's Rao Inderjit Singh won the seat, defeating Congress' Raj Babbar. Hooda, who currently serves as the leader of opposition in the Haryana assembly, highlighted that it was the Congress party that had undertaken the historic initiative of bringing the Delhi Metro service to Gurugram, Faridabad, Ballabhgarh, and Bahadurgarh in Haryana. He claimed that efforts to extend this service to other areas had ceased after the BJP assumed power in the state. Regarding the state of Gurugram, Hooda criticised the BJP, accusing them of leaving the city with issues such as garbage accumulation, traffic congestion, and sewerage problems. He also alleged a collapse in law and order, leading to a sense of insecurity among the people. Hooda further pointed out that under Congress rule, Gurugram had attracted significant investments from Japan, whereas today, established industries are relocating and companies are reducing their workforce. During the workers' conference in Nuh, Hooda reiterated the Congress party's promises, including a rail linkage for Mewat and the establishment of a new university.

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