'Then they will happily separate..': Dushyant Chautala's statement on BJP- JJP

Chandigarh: Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala has made a big statement about the speculation of the ongoing dispute between the BJP and the Jannayak Janshakti Party (BJP-JJP). He has made it clear that the two parties want to contest the Assembly and Lok Sabha elections together and there is no conflict between the two. In fact, there were reports of tension in the alliance after BJP's Haryana in-charge Biplab Kumar Deb claimed the Uchana seat.

Chautala said that the news of the separation of BJP and JJP has been coming in the media for three years, but the alliance is strong and there are no cracks in it. "The alliance between the two parties has been formed under the chairmanship of Union Home Minister Amit Shah to run a stable government in the state. There is no compulsion and personal interest behind forming an alliance. Both the parties want to contest the next Assembly and Lok Sabha elections in alliance and if someone changes their mind, we can't do anything. If there is a rift between the two sides, we will happily part ways. "

Dev had earlier claimed that Prem Lata, wife of former Union minister Virendra Singh, would win the Uchan seat. Now the special thing is that Dushyant Chautala dominates this seat right now. On this, the JJP leader had said that those who have stomach pain, they cannot make medicine for them. He had described Uchana as 'Karmabhoomi' and said that he would contest the assembly elections from here.

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