The BJP and its ally Janata Janayak Party have lost the mayoral elections in the cities of Ambala and Sonpat. It is believed that the ruling party had to endure the dissatisfaction of the peasants,
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has said that if he is on the side of farmers Minimum support price If you cannot guarantee the (MSP) guarantee, you will retire from politics. BJP leader and Chief Minister Khattar is facing opposition from farmers demanding repeal of three agricultural laws across the state. Khattar made the statement at a time when the ruling party Haryana has five municipal elections (Haryana municipal elections) Three of them have lost. ANI quoted the Haryana Chief Minister as saying that we are in favor of continuing the MSP and if anyone tries to end the system, he will quit politics.
Deputy CM of Haryana and Jannayak Janata Party (Janata Jananayak Party) leader Dushayant Chautala has made a similar statement this month. “As long as I am in power, I will ensure MSP on crops for the farmers. The day I fail to do so, I will also resign,” Chaitala said. The ruling coalition has been found in two of the three mayoral elections in Uklan in Hisar and Dharuhera in Rewari. Both these Chautala parties are considered as strongholds of the JJP. The ruling party also lost mayoral elections in Sonipat and Ambala.
After the defeat, Ambala BJP MLA Asim Goel said that perhaps the farmers ’movement on the Delhi border had affected the election. Goyal said, “When the government does a good job, everyone unites and tries to prevent the achievement of the goal. The same thing is happening in Haryana. Their agenda is meaningless, they have no real goal, they just want to stop the BJP. They believe they will face the BJP first.” And the differences will be resolved later. “