BJP trying to save government in Haryana? JJP MLAs warns Dushyant Chautala

Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday in the midst of the farmers’ agitation which is going on for the last six weeks in protest against the agriculture laws of the central government, who is likely to discuss protest related matters. Chautala met Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday.

Dushyant Chautala is the leader of the Jananayak Janata Party (JJP), a coalition partner in the BJP government in Haryana. It is believed that some JJP MLAs are under pressure from the protesting farmers. The JJP said in a statement that Dushyant Chautala will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday.

JJP MLAs warned
Earlier, a group of JJP MLAs have said that if the central government does not withdraw the agricultural laws, then the coalition government in the state may have to pay a heavy price. The legislators made the claim hours before JJP chief and Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala met Union Home Minister Amit Shah. JJP MLA Jogi Ram Sihag said that the Center should withdraw these laws as farmers of Haryana, Punjab and the country are against these laws. They said that we will urge Dushyant ji to inform Amit Shah ji about our feelings.

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Amit Shah met Dushyant Chautala

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and Chautala met Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday. After the meeting, Khattar and Chautala had said that there is no threat to the BJP-JJP coalition government and this government will complete its five-year term. He had said that he discussed the current law and other situation of the state.

Khattar spoke after meeting Amit Shah

After meeting Amit Shah on Tuesday, Amit Shah said that the political situation in the state is fine. The opposition and media speculation are baseless. Khattar said that our government (BJP-JJP alliance) is running strongly and will also complete its five-year term.

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