"What happened at Kaithal, you all know. Though tit-for-tat is against our culture, but we will definitely avenge what happened there in a different way. I request you to give them a befitting reply using your power of ballot in the assembly polls," he told a rally in Panipat.
Hooda had faced hooting from a section of the crowd at the function attended by the Prime Minister in Kaithal after laying the foundation stone of a highway project on August 19.
A couple of days later, the Prime Minister invited him for a cup of tea to placate him.
The two-time Chief Minister said at the rally, where he announced sops for various sections of the people including farmers, that he had intelligence report that such a thing (hooting against him) could happen.
"But I ignored that. I thought in PM's presence people will not do such a thing, but they did not even keep the sanctity of the PM's post. People of Haryana want to know who these people are and from where they have come," he said.
"It was a National Highways Authority of India function, a government function, an official function. What was my fault. Did I go there in my personal capacity? I had gone there as a representative of 2.5 crore people of Haryana," the Chief Minister said.
"I belong to a family which fought for nation's freedom. There is anger among the people of Haryana and this state does not tolerate such insults," he said.

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