4 Dec 2020

BJP In Trouble Khattar Government May Resign

The Modi government of the Center was already stuck on the agricultural laws. But now the decision of the Modi government has started to affect the politics of Haryana. The BJP government of the state is caught in trouble. The situation has become such that the Khattar government has reached a state of collapse. Allies of the government are leaving him one by one.

The impact of the farmers agitation against the Modi government is visible throughout the country. BJP does not see any way in avoiding it. The most impact of the movement after Punjab is seen in Haryana. 

The BJP has a coalition government here, but the government is in trouble. Jannayak Janata Party, an ally of the BJP government in Haryana, warned the BJP on the farmers' movement, saying that as Deputy Chief Minister of Dushyant Chautala in the Haryana government, no problem will be allowed on the minimum support price of crops. Dushyant Chautala will resign from the post of Deputy CM if farmers suffer loss on MSP. 

Also, Jananayak Janata Party will be separated from the government. The JJP has asked the central government to quickly resolve the MSP demands of the agitating farmers. JJP spokesman Pratik Som said that JJP is a proforma party with the ideology of Chaudhary Devi Lal.

 The JJP has demanded the central government to consider all the demands of the farmers. JJP is a party always standing with farmers. Let us tell you that Manohar Lal Khattar's government in Haryana is running with the support of JJP. 

In such a situation, the JJP withdraws its support from the BJP in Haryana, then the Khattar government is bound to fall. The JJP's main base is in the rural area and the party fears that if the agitation goes on long it may have an impact on the party's vote bank. 

The JJP has clearly stated that they can break away from the government in favor of the farmers and will also withdraw support from the government. With which the Khattar government will be decided in the state. CM Manohar Lal Khattar may have to step down.

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