Chautala in his criminal complaint filed in the court of the chief judicial magistrate, Hisar, said the allegations made by the minister were false and baseless.
In his complaint, he said he had never taken drugs in his life.
The INLD leader said he has a good educational background and the area of Hisar, which he represented, has no such reputation of being an area of drug addicts.
He said in his complaint that the allegations were blatant lies with mala-fide intentions to mislead the public and malign his reputation.
The allegations were made by the state health minister to deflect the attention of the general public from the alleged irregularities in his department, Chautala claimed.
The court has fixed August 14, the next hearing date in this case.
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