BJP’s chief minister and JJP to be deputy chief minister in Haryana government: Amit Shah- 251019

New Delhi- The BJP will form the government in Haryana along with Jananayak Janata Party (JJP). JJP chief Dushyant Chautala arrived at his residence to meet the home minister and BJP national president Amit Shah, after which the alliance was announced. Announcing the alliance, Amit Shah said that BJP and JJP will form a government in Haryana. He said that in the government there will be Chief Minister of BJP and Deputy Chief Minister of JJP.

Shah said, ‘Today there was a meeting between all senior BJP leaders and JJP leaders. Keeping in view the mandate given by the people of Haryana, accepting the mandate, the leaders of both parties have decided that BJP and JJP will form a government within Haryana. In the coalition government, the chief minister will belong to BJP, while deputy CM will be to JJP. Many independent MLAs have supported this alliance. With the announcement of this alliance, it has become clear that Manohar Lal Khattar will once again become the Chief Minister of Haryana and Dushyant Chautala can become the Deputy Chief Minister.

This alliance of BJP and JJP is done under the minimum common program. BJP has agreed to fulfill many promises made by JJP during election campaign. At the same time, the JJP has been told that during the Delhi Assembly elections to be held in January next year, he will help BJP to gain the benefit of Jat votes. It is believed that there are about 28 lakh Jat voters in Delhi.

It is to be known that BJP has got maximum 40 seats in Haryana assembly elections. The majority needs the support of 46 MLAs. By late evening on Thursday, BJP had got the support of about 7 independents, but there was talk of bringing JJP along with the aim of forming a stable government. The Congress has 31 MLAs. He will need the support of 10 JJP MLAs besides five independent MLAs to form the government.

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