Haryana's Naib Singh saini government in minority? 

Haryana congress once again said on monday that the bharatiya janata party (BJP) government led by chief minister Naib Singh saini is in minority in the state. congress has said that the bjp government does not have the moral right to remain in power. After the meeting of the haryana congress Legislature party on monday, party MP Deepender Singh Hooda said that if the minority government does not resign, the governor should dismiss it and new elections should be held.

Deepender Singh Hooda said, "We have been saying that the government is in minority because it does not have enough numbers. Last month, three independent MLAs withdrew their support. They do not have the moral right to remain in power. ”The congress had earlier also demanded that the bjp government should resign on moral grounds and if they fail to do so, the governor should take cognizance of it. The congress MP said that the government has not only lost its majority in the assembly, but has also lost the trust of the public. bjp currently has 41 MLAs in the 90-member assembly in Haryana.

Randeep Surjewala had also made a big claim

Earlier, in Kaithal district of haryana, congress National General Secretary and rajya sabha MP randeep surjewala fiercely attacked the Modi government at the Center. Regarding the power crisis in the state, he said that people are crying for help and the state government is sleeping peacefully. Due to the power crisis, people are yearning for every drop of drinking water. Describing the saini government of haryana as useless, he said that if congress gets even 80 seats in the assembly elections, it will not be an exaggeration. There is no bird named government left in Haryana. The public will reject the bjp government in the upcoming assembly elections.

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