NDA has won 370 seats so far, will cross the 400 mark after the seventh phase: Khattar

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Addressing a press conference at the BJP office here after the party meeting in Panchkula, former Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Tuesday claimed that the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) has won 360 to 370 seats in the six phases of Lok Sabha elections held so far.

Gurugram: Former Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Tuesday claimed that the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) has won 360 to 370 seats in the six phases of Lok Sabha elections held so far and will cross the 400-seat mark after the seventh phase. Addressing a press conference at the BJP office here after the party meeting in Panchkula, Khattar expressed confidence that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will win all the 10 Lok Sabha seats in Haryana and Narendra Modi will return as Prime Minister for the third time. He said that the NDA has won 360-370 seats in the six phases of election held so far.

”Now as soon as the seventh phase of elections is completed, we will cross the 400 mark and a strong government will be formed under the leadership of Narendra Modi.” He said that the BJP will continue its winning streak on all 10 Lok Sabha seats in Haryana. Khattar said that the Congress appeared nervous throughout the election and this will be the biggest reason for its defeat. In response to a question regarding the stability of the Haryana government, he said that the government led by Chief Minister Naib Singh Saini has a majority and will complete its term. Khattar said, ”We have 45 MLAs out of 88 (total number of MLAs present in the Haryana Assembly) and our government is in majority. We have the support of two JJP, one Halopa (Haryana Lokhit Party) and three independent MLAs. There is no threat to our government. The BJP government in the state will complete its term.”

He also raised the issue of alleged bogus voting during the May 25 elections in Haryana. He said that apart from Rohtak and Sirsa, cases of bogus voting have come to light in one or two more districts. If any (state government) employee is found involved in bogus voting, action will definitely be taken against him. Earlier, Khattar visited the residence of late independent MLA Rakesh Daulatabad of Badshahpur and offered his condolences to the family. Daulatabad died of a heart attack on Saturday.

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