Deepender Hooda from Congress, Ramchandra Jangra from BJP and Dushyant Gautam have been elected unopposed for the three Rajya Sabha seats of Haryana. The announcement was made by Returning Officer Ajit Bala Joshi on Wednesday. Deepender and Jangra have been elected Rajya Sabha MPs for 6-6 years, whereas Dushyant Gautam may have a tenure until 2022 as he has been elected to the seat vacated by Chaudhary Birendra Singh's resignation.
Congress chief Deepender Hooda was elected as an MP for the Rajya Sabha from Haryana unopposed, elevating questions over the BJP-JJP coalition authorities within the state because the coalition authorities didn’t subject a candidate towards him. <! –
It is claimed that the coalition authorities didn’t subject a candidate towards Deepender as a result of he knew that Deepender's victory was determined via cross voting. The state authorities didn’t take any danger to keep away from this downside. After Dipendra's victory, there was a rumor about altering the political equation within the state.
Hooda's victory was sure
In truth, Deepender Hooda was seen getting the assist of 31 Congress MLAs moreover some independents and JJP MLAs. Apart from this, Abhay Chautala, the lone MLA of INLO, additionally overtly stated that former chief minister Bhupendra Singh Hooda ought to overtly bless him when he sought assist for his son. The state's coalition authorities had come to know internally that Dipendra Hooda might get the assist of 40 MLAs.
The coalition authorities didn’t subject candidates
The coalition authorities knew that if it fielded a candidate, its weak spot can be revealed. After the defeat, the query of the federal government being within the minority was additionally to be raised. Seeing no different, the coalition authorities determined to not subject its candidate in entrance of Deepender in order that the picture of the federal government wouldn’t be affected. Devendra Hooda's victory has uncovered the weaknesses of the coalition authorities.