The verdicts of the Haryana assembly election results have approached and this time again the Bharatiya Janata Party emerged as the dominant political party of the state.
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Allying with the newly formed regional political party, JJP(Jannayak Janta Party), BJP under the leadership of Manohara Lal Khattar formed the state Government consecutively for the second time. However, the BJP did not do well in this Vidhansabha Election of 2019 as per the expectation and even as per the prior Exit-Poll surveyed by enormous National Media.
This time the BJP managed to get mere 40 seats. The Congress managed to win 31 seats while the newly born Jannayak Janata Party, formed 1 year ago, managed to victorious amazingly in10 seats.
The BJP has been supported by Dushyant Chautala’s party to form the government. In this way, BJP and JJP’s unprecedented coalition government flourished in the state of Haryana.
BJP also has the support of independent MLAs, due to which BJP can run the government for full 5 years with even more in numbers then the required no for the absolute majority.
Before the results of the election, during the public campaign the BJP was giving the slogan ’Abki Baar 75 se Paar’ (This time more than 75 seats out of 90), but the result came in contrary to the trusted expectation BJP’s top brass.
Congress did not claim to form the government due to the lack of a majority. Judging the Congress as its enemy, Jazba refused to give his support.
The major opposition political party of the earlier BJP government in Haryana looks vanished this time. The INLD has miserably could able to achieve only one seat.
This time the government has formed on the formula of Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister.
The JJP has agreed with the post of Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana in return of it’s a support to BJP.
JJP Supremo and the party President Dushyant Chautala therefore termed and took oath as the Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana.