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Haryana Congress is a divided house. Former CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda is carrying out his Jankranti Yatra, state party president Ashok Tanwar has embarked upon his own cycle yatra, party spokesperson Randeep Surjewala is holding his own rallies, former Union minister Kumari Selja is busy garnering support for herself and CLP leader Kiran Choudhary, too, doesn’t want to be left far behind. Though Assembly elections in Haryana are almost a year away, these Congress leaders seem to be flexing their muscles to get the party high command on their side to eventually get the prized chief ministerial berth in case the Congress manages a victory. Bhupinder Singh Hooda is reaching out to the masses with his Jankranti Yatra, though political pundits say that his main objective is to replace Ashok Tanwar ahead of the polls.

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