The BJP won 40 seats in the Haryana Assembly elections and tried to stitch up an alliance with Independents. However, it came under attack from the opposition over taking support from Kanda.
Kanda had, on Friday, said he had decided to extend his unconditional support to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
MLA Gopal Kanda, who is accused of abetting the suicide of air hostess Geetika Sharma, offered to lend his support to the saffron party to form the government in Haryana, causing widespread criticism.
In 2012, Kanda, then a minister, was arrested after Geetika left suicide notes accusing him of harassment.
Businessman-turned-politician Gopal Kanda has extended his unconditional support to the BJP for forming the state government.
While some have launched online polls on the issue of taking support from Kanda, many others have strongly opposed the idea.
Gopal Kanda continues to face trial in the airhostess suicide case, which is now in the evidence stage in a trial court.
BJP national general secretary and Haryana in-charge Anil Jain said the central leadership is aware of the realities and will take a call on it later.
Kanda is facing trial in the suicide case of Geetika Sharma, a former air hostess with his airline -- MDLR. The girl's mother had also committed suicide.
Kanda's rise is well known in his hometown Sirsa, where he began as a shoe shop owner. He later joined the realty business and then dabbled with the aviation sector.
Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Uma Bharti said that BJP should take support from leaders with a clean image.
Sapna Chaudhary, who joined the saffron outfit in July, had released a video seeking support for Kanda, Haryana Lokhit Party candidate from Sirsa assembly seat.
A video message of Chaudhary seeking support for Kanda in Haryana election went viral on social media, catching the attention of BJP leaders on Friday.