CHANDIGARH: The BJP’s Haryana unit on Wednesday said the party high command would take the final call on the alliance with the Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC).
“The BJP and the HJC have been in an alliance since 2011. The state unit has already conveyed to the party high command its views on the alliance. It is for the high command to take the final call on the alliance,” BJP state president Ram Bilas Sharma told reporters after meeting Governor Kaptan Singh Solanki.
“Earlier, political parties used to set their agendas, now the public sets agendas, and political parties follow them. People have full confidence in the state BJP. The party won seven of the eight Lok Sabha seats it had contested from and led in 54 Assembly segments. While the HJC lost in both the seats it had contested from, the party led in seven Assembly segments,” he said.
He added that the BJP had asked the Governor, to quash the “illegal appointment” made by the Congress government.