Aam Aadmi Party leader Yoginder Yadav today said that his party would fight the coming election of Haryana Vidhan Sabha on the issues of rampant corruption, recruitment and discrimination in development in Congress-ruled states.
He said people in the state were fed up with the Hooda government, which had patronised builder-land mafia in acquiring the fertile land of poor farmers and sold them at highest price.
He alleged that irregularities in recruitment of government jobs were being committed by ignoring the merit.
Equally, the women in Haryana were desperately fighting the liquor mafia who had opened liquor vends in each village at the discomfort of the people especially the women.
Addressing the mediapersons at the party office, Ambala Cantonment, Yadav said he had covered 12 districts to strengthen the organisation from booth to state level and would complete his visit by the next week. He said he was on ‘Mission Vistar’ to reorganize the party by associating active workers all over the country.
He said party leadership was also making a review on the dismal performance of the party except Punjab where it had won four seats.