Haryana Assembly polls: People will beat them with shoes, says Congress' DS Hooda on Independent MLAs joining BJP

Congress leader Deepender Singh Hooda on Friday said if the Independent MLAs join the Bharatiya Janata Party in Haryana then people will beat them up with shoes in the time to come

Asian News International October 25, 2019 19:41:40 IST
Haryana Assembly polls: People will beat them with shoes, says Congress' DS Hooda on Independent MLAs joining BJP
  • The Independent MLAs, who are going to be a part of the Khattar government are digging their own political grave, said Congress' Deepender S Hooda

  • He also said that if the Independent MLAs join the BJP in Haryana then people will beat them up with shoes in the time to come

  • BJP got 40 Assembly seats in the recently held Haryana Assembly elections, while Congress bagged 31 and Dushyant Chautala's JJP won 10 seats

  • Several Independent MLAs from Haryana reportedly met with top BJP leadership in Delhi, and have offered their support to form government in the state

  • In the 90-member Haryana assembly, BJP needs the support of six MLAs to cross the half-way mark to retain power in the state

New Delhi: Congress leader Deepender Singh Hooda on Friday said if the Independent MLAs join the Bharatiya Janata Party in Haryana then people will beat them up with shoes in the time to come.

"The Independent MLAs, who are going to be a part of the Khattar government are digging their own political grave. They are selling the trust of people. People of Haryana will never forgive those who do so. People will thrash them with shoes in the time to come," Hooda told media here.

Haryana Assembly polls People will beat them with shoes says Congress DS Hooda on Independent MLAs joining BJP

File image of Congress leader Deepender Singh Hooda. Twitter@DeependerSHooda

BJP got 40 Assembly seats in the recently held Haryana Assembly elections, while Congress bagged 31 and Dushyant Chautala's JJP won 10 seats.

Earlier in the wee hours of Friday, BJP working president JP Nadda had met the party's president Amit Shah at his residence. BJP's Haryana in-charge and party General Secretary Anil Jain and party's new Organising Secretary BL Santosh were also present in the meeting.

Lokhit Party leader Gopal Kanda, the winning candidate from Sirsa Assembly constituency was also seen leaving Nadda's residence yesterday. Kanda's brother Gobind Kanda had said that Haryana Lokhit Party is in touch with five more MLAs, who will extend their "unconditional support" to the ruling party.

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In the 90-member Haryana assembly, BJP needs the support of six MLAs to cross the half-way mark to retain power in the state. (ANI)

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