Rohtak: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda is facing anti-incumbency after his two-term rule in the state. Hooda is, however, confident that he will be able to beat anti-incumbency and get a third term. "There is no anti-incumbency. Since I am leading the campaign, if the Congress wins, I will be the CM naturally," Hooda said .
Taking a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rallies in Haryana, Hooda said, "Modi is the Prime Minister and he is behaving like he is fighting for the Chief Minister's post."
He also said that the Robert Vadra-DLF land deal won't affect the Congress these elections. "Vadra is not a factor. We got a clean chit from the Supreme Court and the Election Commission. What have Sonia and Rahul Gandhi got to do with this," Hooda questioned.
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