High leaders of the BJP-JJP alliance, together with Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala, are set to satisfy Union House Minister Amit Shah in Delhi on Tuesday. In keeping with the main points, discussions over the political state of affairs within the state are on the playing cards. The event comes after protesting farmers had ransacked the venue of Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar’s “kisan mahapanchayat” at a Karnal village.
Chautala can also be set to carry a gathering with JJP MLAs at his farmhouse in Delhi, for which all JJP legislators have been requested to return to the capital at this time.
On Monday, former Haryana CM Bhupinder Hooda had stated a number of MLAs of the ruling mix are on the verge of quitting.
The train is seen as an try to preserve the flock of MLAs within the alliance collectively amid rising stress over them with the farmers’ agitation dominating the political panorama in Haryana for the previous one-and-a-half month.
Sources stated the BJP-JJP leaders will temporary the Union House Minister in regards to the latest developments. Other than Khattar and Dushyant, state BJP president Om Prakash Dhankar, state Schooling Minister Kanwar Pal Gujjar and JJP state president Nishan Singh will probably be a part of the delegation, a senior BJP chief confirmed.
Within the 90-member Meeting, the BJP has 40 seats and the JJP has 10 legislators; 5 out of seven Unbiased MLAs are supporting the federal government.
The farmer agitation has made it tough for the alliance ministers and MLAs to carry public conferences in villages, with farmers displaying black flags, chasing their autos, damaging helipads and staging protests to stop such conferences.
The incident on the Karnal village Sunday has the federal government fearful because it befell regardless of all efforts by the state equipment to stop any disruption.