After goading Delhiites to refuse to pay power bills, anti-corruption activist Arvind Kejriwal's next target for similar treatment is Haryana's chief minister, Bhupinder SIngh Hooda. This comes in the backdrop of the centre readying to pass the latest version of the Land Acquisition Bill that allows acquisition for public purposes without consent of the owners if needed. Kejriwal has given a call to farmers to refuse to part with a single inch of land to either the government or private sector. He alleged that Hooda was changing the land use of every acquired lot, then giving it to private companies, especially the big names such as DLF, Reliance, Unitech, etc. He even asked people to be prepared to snatch back village land acquired by the govt and distributed to companies..
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