3 Independents Withdraw Support, Haryana CM Not Alarmed  

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3 Independents Withdraw Support, Haryana CM Not Alarmed  

| Updated: May 8, 2024 10:50

The three MLAs claimed the Haryana government is in a minority now and elections should be held

Haryana Chief Minister Nayab Singh Saini on Tuesday seems unfazed amid a potential crisis in the BJP government after three independent MLAs announced that they have withdrawn support to the government.

The three MLAs – Sombir Sangwan, Randhir Gollen and Dharampal Gonder – claimed the Haryana government is in a minority now and the state elections should be held soon. They said they will support the Congress in the election.

Saini, however, dismissed the situation as nothing alarming. He said that when he heard the news he knew that the Congress is trying to fulfil its wishes. “Everyone has a wish. But the people know. They know the Congress has got nothing to do with the wishes of people, but only with fulfilling their personal wishes,” he said.

The Chief Minister did not explain how the BJP plans to counter this new threat.

Farmers’ issue

The three independent MLAs made the announcement at a press conference in Rohtak in  Hooda and state Congress chief Udai Bhan’s presence. They said they had taken the decision on various issues including those related to farmers. 

The state Congress chief said the present strength of the 90-member assembly is 88, of which the BJP has 40 members. “The BJP government earlier had the support of JJP MLAs and independents, but the JJP had withdrawn support and now independents are leaving,” Bhan said.

Congress leader and former chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said the BJP had no right to continue in power as the government was in a minority now. “Keeping in mind the sentiments of the public, the MLAs supported the Congress… Along with the public, those who voted and supported BJP are unhappy with this government,” he said. 

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