" Haryana's 90 assembly seats go to polls in October this year."
Chandigarh, Aug 6 - Congress national general secretary Shakeel Ahmed Wednesday said differences between Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda and state's power minister Ajay Singh Yadav have been resolved.

Ahmed, in-charge of Congress affairs in Haryana, said: Differences between Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda and Power, Environment and Forests Minister Ajay Singh Yadav over certain issues have been resolved.

The minister July 29 submitted his resignation from the Hooda government, alleging discrimination against his area and over his being sidelined in the government.

However, he withdrew his resignation Aug 2 after meeting Congress president Sonia Gandhi the same day.

Haryana's 90 assembly seats go to polls in October this year.

Speaking to reporters in Rewari, 350 km from here, Ahmed Wednesday said the Congress will form the government in the state for the third consecutive term.


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