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Haryana Assembly Elections: Manohar Lal Khattar may take oath as CM today

According to sources, Khattar will attend an important meeting at the residence of BJP National Executive Chairman JP Nadda.

 

New Delhi| The BJP, which is far from the majority figure in Haryana, is putting all its emphasis on forming a government. BJP got 40 seats in the election results, while the majority figure is 46. BJP is expected to get support from seven independents including Gopal Kanda. Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar arrived in Delhi from Chandigarh on Friday morning.

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According to sources, Khattar will attend an important meeting at the residence of BJP National Executive Chairman JP Nadda. Anil Jain will also be present in charge of the state. During this time the top leadership will discuss the strategy of forming a government in Haryana. It is being said that Manohar Lal Khattar can take sole oath till evening, the rest of the ministers will be sworn in later. Out of 90 seats in Haryana, the Congress got 31, JJP 10 and others 9 seats.

Khattar government will be formed with the help of independents: Barala

Meanwhile, Haryana state president Subhash Barla said that the people had given a mandate to the BJP. We got less seats than the majority, so it is important to reflect. I and the party have learned from the results. Independent legislators are coming up with the BJP. A BJP government will be formed under the leadership of Manohar Lal Khattar.

Maharashtra: Fadnavis can present a claim to form a government

After gaining 56 seats in Maharashtra, Shivsena president Uddhav Thackeray has reminded the BJP of the 50:50 formula for the post of Chief Minister. The party is trying to pressure the BJP to make the Shiv Sena Chief Minister. Uddhav called a meeting of Shiv Sena MLAs in the afternoon.
On the other hand, BJP sources have said that Devendra Fadnavis will become Chief Minister again. They will hold a press conference today and can present a claim to form a government with the governor. Out of 288 seats in Maharashtra, the BJP won 105 seats. Sharad Pawar’s party NCP got 54, Congress 44 and others 28 seats.

 

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