BJP-JJP Coalition Cracks Before Lok Sabha Polls

BJP-JJP Coalition Cracks Before Lok Sabha Polls
BJP-JJP Coalition Cracks Before Lok Sabha Polls
BJP-JJP Coalition Cracks Before Lok Sabha Polls
BJP-JJP Coalition Cracks Before Lok Sabha Polls

BJP-JJP Coalition Cracks Before Lok Sabha Polls

BJP-JJP Coalition Cracks Before Lok Sabha Polls…image/ANI

BJP-JJP Coalition Cracks Before Lok Sabha Polls

As the Lok Sabha elections loom, the alliance between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) in Haryana is showing signs of strain. Independent MLA Nayan Pal Rawat expressed concerns, stating that the alliance is on the brink of breaking. However, he suggested that independent MLAs supporting the ML Khattar government would ensure its survival.

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Nayan Pal Rawat, elected to the Haryana Legislative Assembly in 2019 as an Independent candidate from Prithla, revealed details of his meeting with Chief Minister Manohar Lal. While discussing the strategy for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, Rawat sensed that the process of ending the alliance with JJP had already commenced. Another independent MLA, Dharampal Gonder, echoed Rawat’s sentiments, emphasizing the support of independent MLAs for the BJP-led government.

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Haryana Lokhit Party (HLP) MLA Gopal Kanda added complexity to the situation, claiming that the BJP-JJP alliance is teetering on the edge. Kanda asserted that the BJP could secure all 10 Lok Sabha seats in the state independently. Plans for further discussions with the Chief Minister were hinted at, indicating that the future course of action would be determined after the meeting.

In the 90-member Haryana Assembly, BJP holds 41 seats and enjoys support from 5 independent MLAs, including Gopal Kanda. The situation prompted the Jannayak Janta Party (JJP) to call a meeting in Delhi, hosted at the residence of Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala. Speculations arose as sources indicated that Chautala returned the government carcade, a potential signal of the alliance being at a breaking point.

On March 10, Brijendra Singh, a former BJP MP from Haryana’s Hisar, joined the Congress after resigning from the ruling party. The political landscape appears to be shifting, especially considering that in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP secured all 10 parliamentary seats, while the JJP, in alliance with AAP, faced challenges on 7 seats it contested.

With the Lok Sabha polls expected between April and May, the unfolding dynamics in Haryana add intrigue to the upcoming electoral landscape.

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