Haryana trust vote: No-confidence motion against Khattar govt defeated in Assembly

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Updated: March 10, 2021 5:41:27 pm

Haryana trust vote News: In the 90-member Assembly of Haryana, the BJP has 40 legislators, Congress 30 and JJP 10. There are five independent candidates. A party needs 46 seats to get a majority in the House.

The BJP-JJP government has been in power since 2019.

 

Haryana trust vote News Updates: No-confidence motion moved by the Congress against the Khattar govt was defeated in Assembly. IN 90-member House, 55 votes were cast for the ruling government of Manohar Lal Khattar. Ahead of the trust vote, JJP leader and Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala had said that his party would back the government and defeat the motion moved by the Congress.

Speaking in the Assembly, CM Khattar today said: “No Confidence’ is Congress’ culture. When the party loses polls, there’s no confidence on EVMs; for surgical strikes, it asked for evidence. ‘Alochana for sake of alochana nahi karni chahiye’. If Congress is in power, all is well, but if it’s BJP, then not.” He also said that ‘Mistrust culture’ was an old Congress tradition. “Though this mistrust can be seen within the party, with PC Chacko leaving the party (today). Sometimes it’s G-23 or mistrust between Surjewala or Hooda sahab in the State,” he said.

In the 90-member Assembly of Haryana, the BJP has 40 legislators, Congress 30 and JJP 10. There are five independent candidates. A party needs 46 seats to get a majority in the House. In the current scenario, the JJP is the kingmaker and that is why its members are under tremendous pressure from the farmer unions that have been protesting in front of their house, offices and blocking their roads in their respective constituencies.

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    17:17 (IST)10 Mar 2021
    No-confidence motion against Khattar govt defeated in Assembly

    Haryana trust vote LIVE: No-confidence motion moved by the Congress against the Khattar govt was defeated in Assembly. Speaking in the Assembly, CM Khattar today said: "No Confidence' is Congress' culture. When the party loses polls, there's no confidence on EVMs; for surgical strikes, it asked for evidence. 'Alochana for sake of alochana nahi karni chahiye'. If Congress is in power, all is well, but if it's BJP, then not." He also said that 'Mistrust culture' was an old Congress tradition. "Though this mistrust can be seen within the party, with PC Chacko leaving the party (today). Sometimes it's G-23 or mistrust between Surjewala or Hooda sahab in the State," he said.

    16:37 (IST)10 Mar 2021
    'Mistrust culture' is an old Congress tradition: CM Khattar in Assembly

    Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar in Assembly: 'Mistrust culture' is an old Congress tradition. Though this mistrust can be seen within the party, with PC Chacko leaving the party (today). Sometimes it's G-23 or mistrust between Surjewala or Hooda sahab in the State.'

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    16:35 (IST)10 Mar 2021
    'No Confidence' is Congress' culture: ML Khattar

    Haryana CM ML Khattar in Assembly Live: 'No Confidence' is Congress' culture. When the party loses polls, there is no confidence on EVMs; for surgical strikes, it asked for evidence. 'Alochana for sake of alochana nahi karni chahiye'. If Congress is in power, all is well, but if it's BJP, then not.

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    15:44 (IST)10 Mar 2021
    Congress has culture of 'no-confidence': ML Khattar

    Haryana trust vote LIVE: Manohar Lal Khattar says that the Congress has culture of no-confidence. He says, "Congress showed no-confidence when Prime Minister Modi started Swachh Bharat, they again showed no-confidence when Soldiers conducted surgical strike".

    15:41 (IST)10 Mar 2021
    Manohar Lal Khattar begins address in Assembly

    Haryana trust vote LIVE: Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has begun his peech in Assembly. At the start, he said he has numbers which even former state chief minister BS Hooda has acknowldged during his address in the House. He also said that many Congress leaders have expressed their 'no-confidence' in their party. 

    12:40 (IST)10 Mar 2021
    Haryana Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala targets BS Hooda

    Haryana trust vote: Haryana Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala targets Leader of the Opposition BS Hooda saying that the Congress leader  has agreed that his government "introduced contract farming in 2014 which exhibits their double standards and we will respond to that in the Assembly".

    11:51 (IST)10 Mar 2021
    Motion will let people know which MLA stands with farmers: BS Hooda

    Haryana trust vote: Leader of Opposition BS Hooda expressed want of confidence in the Haryana Ministry headed by Chief Minister M L Khattar. Talking to reporters, Hooda had yesterday said, "The no-confidence motion will let people know which MLA stands with the government and which MLA stands with farmers." He had said the party needed to move a no-confidence motion because the BJP-JJP government has "lost public confidence" and the coalition government, "betraying public opinion, is taking anti-people decisions one after the other". 

    11:17 (IST)10 Mar 2021
    Haryana opposition of leader BS Hooda moves no-confidence motion in the Assembly

    Haryana opposition of leader BS Hooda moves no-confidence motion in the Assembly; says, "more than 250 farmers died on the border. I presented their names but I didn't find it in the newspaper."

    11:05 (IST)10 Mar 2021
    Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala says NDA government to complete five year-term

    Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana, Dushyant Chautala today said that the NDA government in Haryana will complete its five year-term. He hits out at the Congress for misleading farmers. 

    Haryana trust vote: The motion of no confidence against the BJP-JJP government, brought by the main opposition Congress, taken up in the Haryana Assembly, with Speaker Gian Chand Gupta reserving two-hour discussion on it. After the end of the Question hour, the Speaker admitted the notice of no-confidence motion against the Council of Ministers.
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