Rajya Sabha Elections MLA Kuldeep Bishnoi Will Meet Rahul Gandhi There Will Be Discussion About The Rajya Sabha Seat In Haryana Ann
Rajya Sabha Election: Rahul Gandhi has taken a big initiative to ensure the victory of Congress candidate Ajay Maken in a Rajya Sabha seat stuck in Haryana. According to sources close to angry senior leader and MLA Kuldeep Bishnoi, Rahul Gandhi has spoken to him. According to sources, to remove Bishnoi’s displeasure, Rahul can give him an appointment after returning from abroad. By June 5, Rahul will return to his homeland and voting for the Rajya Sabha elections is to be held on June 10. According to the latest indications, there is a possibility that Bishnoi will be seen with Congress candidate Ajay Maken in the Rajya Sabha elections, despite the fight with Bhupinder Singh Hooda.
On the other hand, according to information received from high sources by ABP News, on Friday, Maken also spoke to the angry Haryana Congress MLA Kuldeep Bishnoi. According to sources, Kuldeep Bishnoi has assured Maken to vote in his favor. By the way, the personal relationship between Ajay Maken and Kuldeep Bishnoi is also about two decades old. According to Congress sources, in view of the prospects of Congress’ victory in the next assembly elections in Haryana, the party hopes that not only all 31 MLAs, but some other MLAs will also vote in favor of Congress. According to sources, the Congress is expected to get at least 34 votes.
A candidate needs 31 votes
Meanwhile, MLA Kiran Chaudhary also met Bhupinder Singh Hooda. A day earlier, Haryana Congress MLAs had a meeting with Bhupinder Singh Hooda and Ajay Maken at Deepender Singh Hooda’s residence in Delhi, after which 27 MLAs were shifted to a resort in Chhattisgarh’s Raipur. Captain Ajay Yadav’s son and MLA Chiranjeevi Rao will reach Raipur in a day or two. Overall, till now all the 30 Congress MLAs except Bishnoi are seen united. But a candidate needs 31 votes to reach Rajya Sabha from Haryana. In such a situation, the effort to persuade Bishnoi is going on. Recently, as per the choice of Bhupinder Singh Hooda, Kuldeep has been angry with the party since the announcement of the state president.
An independent candidate is also in the fray with the support of JJP.
In Haryana, an independent candidate is also in the fray with the support of JJP along with one candidate each from BJP, Congress for the two vacant seats for Rajya Sabha. In the 90-member Haryana Assembly, BJP has 40, Congress 31 and JJP 10. Apart from JJP, independent candidate Karthikeya Sharma is also likely to get support from BJP and independent candidates, but without cross voting in Congress, success is impossible for him.
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