New Delhi: AAP, which failed to combine with the Congress in Haryana,
joined hands with Jananayak Janata Party (JJP) and will contest the JJP 7 and 3 of the 10 Lok Sabha seats in the state.
In charge of Haryana affairs and Labor Minister Gopal Rai in Delhi government and Dushyant Chautala of JJP,
announced joint alliance between the two parties at a joint press conference here on Friday.
He said that JJP will make seven candidates of the state and you will field candidates in three Lok Sabha seats.
He said that as far as the sharing of seats is concerned, the coordination committee will work and all the seats will be disbursed in 72 hours.
Shri Chautala, while making a formal announcement of the coalition, said that both the parties have come together to defeat the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party in Haryana.
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He said that the two parties will bring together political changes in the state.
The Kejriwal government has done a great job in the education and health sector
of the capital and after moving ahead,
it will work with commitment towards providing employment to the youth
in progress in education, healthcare in Haryana.
He said that in the last elections, the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) got 25 percent votes and you got 5 percent votes.
Now both are able to defeat the BJP together.
Mr. Rai said that only five months ago JJP was born and JJP and JD in Jind bye election together proved that only this coalition is capable of defeating BJP.
He said that Congress does not have the power to defeat the BJP.
The Aam Aadmi Party’s Haryana State President Naveen Jainihad said
that the BJP has consolidated the caste of casteism in the state,
has burnt the state and this alliance has been done to uproot BJP’s pits.
On this occasion, JSGP State President Sardar Mark Singh, National General Secretary Dr. Casey Bangar and Rajya Sabha MP Sushil Gupta were also present.
It is notable that Dushyant Chautala, grandson of former Haryana
Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala, has separated from the
Indian National Lok Dal and formed JJP.