Haryana Assembly Election 2014
Haryana Assembly Election 2014 News
Khattar, who took oath on Sunday last in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi among others, had allocated portfolios to nine of his ministers and himself that night.
Parkash Singh Badal, whose SAD had campaigned against BJP in Haryana, on Sunday attended the swearing in of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar but outgoing CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda was conspicuous by his absence.
A blame game has already begun in Congress following the election results and the central leadership has now sought to rein in its leaders from airing their views in public.
Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday said the Centre would work shoulder-to-shoulder with the next government in Haryana.
After BJP won a clear majority in the Haryana Assembly Elections, the party decided to elect Manohar Lal Khattar as the new Chief Minister of the state.
Manohar Lal Khattar, who is stated to be close to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, was on Tuesday unanimously elected Leader of the BJP Legislature Party, paving the way for his becoming the first chief minister of the saffron party in Haryana.
The BJP recorded its best ever performance in Haryana, winning 33.2 percent of the total votes polled in the assembly elections.
Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu on Monday congratulated the people of Haryana for their support to the BJP in the assembly elections and said the state would get its Chief Minister on Tuesday.
A few worthy sons and daughters and in one case a daughter-in-law have proved their worth in the Maharashtra and Haryana assembly election.
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Widely credited with delivering the BJP an unprecedented 71 Lok Sabha seats in Uttar Pradesh in the recently concluded polls, Amit Shah effectively proved that this was no mere flash in the pan.
Having got a majority on its own for the first time in Haryana, the BJP is likely to decide its chief ministerial candidate here on Tuesday.
With the latest victory in the assembly election, it is now evident that Gurgaon is an important stronghold for the BJP.
Five months after black Friday, it was a black Sunday for the Congress, with no one in the party quite sure how many dark days there are in store for the party.
The BJP headquarters was in band-baja-barat mode, all decked up for celebrations. Firecrackers, drumbeats and laddoos were in abundance. It was very noisy, joyful and a bit too boisterous. In less than five months of his arrival at the helm in Delhi, Modi has taken the party’s organisational base to a new high, breaching barriers in West and North India. The BJP now rules in seven states on its own, nine with allies.
In his statement, Rahul Gandhi said, "We accept the verdict of people. People have voted for change, after 15 years of our government in Maharashtra and 10 years in Haryana."
After exit polls prediction, Congress had miracle and blessing of God to bank on. As the trends reveal, even the Gods have abandoned the party to its fate.
Naming the Chief Minister for these states is no mean challenge for Modi. And the existing bench-strength doesn't give too many choices.
Hooda said he accepts the people's verdict. "It is democracy. Last time we had got the verdict. This time it is BJP," he said.
The BJP on Sunday managed to knock out the Congress from its bastions in Haryana and Maharashtra and is now going to form a government in both the states.