Former Haryana CM and senior Congress leader invited all non-BJP parties to join hands to form government in the state. Ahead of that, Haryana BJP chief Subhash Barala tendered his resignation to the BJP top brass taking moral responsibility of his party’s dismal performance in the assembly elections 2019.
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar was also summoned to Delhi by the BJP high command for consultations as no party appeared to get an absolute majority to form government in the state even after several rounds of counting on Thursday.
n Haryana, Congress is giving a tough fight to the BJP and Dushyant Chautala’s JJP has emerged as a kingmaker in the keenly-contested assembly elections here. Reacting to the trends, JJP chief Dushyant Chautala expressed confidence that his party will change the political landscape of the state post the assembly elections, counting for which is currently underway.
In 2014, the BJP and the Sena had won 122 seats and 63 seats in, respectively, followed by 42 and 41 seats by the Congress and the NCP in the 288-seat Maharashtra Assembly. All four parties had contested independently in the previous Assembly polls. In Haryana, the BJP had won 47 followed by INLD’s 19 and 15 of the Congress in the 90-seat assembly.