Chandigarh: Congress and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) are an alliance for the upcoming assembly elections in Haryana. According to the information quoted by the sources, there are speculations about the alliance of Congress and BSP in Haryana. It is being told that late Sunday night, Bhupinder Hooda and Kumari Selja met BSP supremo Mayawati. It is reported that this conversation lasted about half an hour late at night. Let us tell you that on Friday (September 6), the BSP broke the alliance with Jannayak Janata Party(JJP).
Assembly elections in Haryana are likely to be held in the month of October-November. Explain that about a month ago, JJP, the party of BSP and Dushyant Chautala, had formed an alliance. But this alliance is broken before the elections. BSP supremo Mayawati had announced to break the alliance with JJP, saying that her party would contest the upcoming Haryana Assembly elections alone.
After Mayawati, Dushyant Chautala said that we had offered BSP to contest 40 seats, but the party did it. Chautala said that his party will now contest alone on 90 assembly seats. Chautala said in a tweet that, "Neither will we bow down nor stop. We will fight on our own."