Is Haryana Nayab Govt in minority? Three independent MLAs withdrew their support

Chandigarh. In a blow to the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Haryana amid the Lok Sabha elections, three independent MLAs on Tuesday announced that they have withdrawn their support to the Nayab Singh Saini-led government in the state. Three MLAs – Sombir Sangwan, Randhir Golan and Dharampal Gonder – also said that they have decided to support the Congress during the elections. The three MLAs made this announcement at a press conference held in Rohtak in the presence of former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupendra Singh Hooda and state Congress chief Uday Bhan.

“We are withdrawing support from the government,” Gondar said. We are now with the Congress.” He said, ”We have taken this decision on various issues including issues related to farmers.” Uday Bhan said in the press conference, ”Three independent MLAs – Sombir Sangwan, Randhir Golan and Dharampal Gondar has withdrawn his support from the BJP-led government and has decided to extend his support to the Congress.” Uday Bhan said, ”I also want to say that the current strength of the (90-member) Haryana Assembly is 88. Of which BJP has 40 members.

The BJP-led government earlier had the support of Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) MLAs and independent MLAs, but JJP had also withdrawn its support and now independents are also leaving. He said, “Naib Singh Saini’s The led government is now in minority. Chief Minister Saini should tender his resignation, because he does not have the right to remain in office even for a minute.” He said that assembly elections should be held in the state as soon as possible.

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