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JJP to Decide the Fate of Haryana

Dark horse of Haryana assembly election Dushyant Choutala is kingmaker and he will decide who will be CM of the state .some says Dushyant himself may also get the chance . 

 Haryana on Thursday threw up a hung Assembly, as the ruling BJP emerged as the single largest party with 40 seats, six short of the halfway mark needed to form the next government.

While Congress put up a resurgent performance, winning 31 seats it was debutant Jannayak Janta Party (JJP) led by Dushyant Chautala of the Chautala dynasts in the state, which turned heads as it won 10 seats.

The BJP’s final tally came as a disappointment for a party which had won all 10 parliamentary seats in the Lok Sabha polls earlier this year and predicted that it will cross 75 seats this time in the legislative assembly. Surprisingly, eight of the 10 ministers fielded by the BJP lost.

Meanwhile BJP also claimed to form govt as they are getting independent support . Three independent MLAs have met JP Nadda at his residence and extended support to the saffron party, BJP leader  Jawahar Yadav said. 

The three MLAs are Dharampal GondanNayanpal Rawat and Sombir Sangwan .”These three independent  MLAs reached J P Nadda’s house with an intention to extend support to the BJP government,” said Yadav, who is accompanying the MLAsRakesh Daulatabad, an independent who won  from Badshahpur  constituency, is also meeting Nadda, he said.

“We have come here to extend our support to the Khattar government in Haryana,” Rawat, an independent MLA from Prithla constituency, said.

In an admission of sorts over how the Haryana elections played out, Congress Haryana President  Kumari  Selja questioned the delay by Dushyant Chautala’s JJP in taking a final alliance decision. “Voters have voted against BJP and they will not like any party or candidate supporting BJPJJP’s party line was also against BJP. The like-minded parties should have come together.” 

The Congress believes that Chautala spoken strongly in favour of allying with Congress, it would have been easier to inspire confidence in Independents and gain their support.

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