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Fiza to campaign against Chand’s family

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Her ire: Fiza addressing a press conference in New Delhi on Friday.

NEW DELHI: Fiza, the estranged wife of former Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Chand Mohammed, on Friday said she would campaign against candidates of Haryana Janhit Congress during the coming Lok Sabha elections and indicated that she might join politics.

“I will campaign against candidates of Haryana Janhit Congress, the party launched by the family members of Chand Mahammed, in the coming elections to ensure the maximum loss to the party,” said Fiza alias Anuradha Bali talking to media persons at the Press Club of India here.

Fiza, the former Deputy Advocate-General of Haryana, alleged that Chand “deserted” her coming under the influence of his family, particularly his father Bhajan Lal and brother Kuldeep Bishnoi.

She also took a swipe at the Congress party for not taking action against Chand, who is still a Congress MLA.

“Being a lady and president of the party, Soniaji should look into my case. She must see what is happening in the party,” she said.

Fiza hinted that she might join politics in future. She claimed that many political parties had already asked her to join them. -- PTI

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