After Amit Shah’s ‘flop’ rally in Jind, BJP Haryana MP Raj Kumar Saini announces exit from party 

The very next day after Amit Shah’s rally in Jind, Haryana, the BJP has suffered a major blow in the state. BJP’s Kurukshetra MP Raj Kumar Saini has announced that he would quit the party

Photo courtesy: social media
Photo courtesy: social media

NH Web Desk

BJP President Amit Shah has been conveying through pictures that his rally of party workers in Jind, Haryana was a big hit. But the real picture of the rally has emerged through an aerial video taken during the rally. Now the BJP has suffered another major blow in Haryana. The very next day after the rally, BJP MP from Kurukshetra and an OBC face of the party in Haryana, Raj Kumar Saini announced that he will leave BJP and float his own party. He says he will field his own candidates on all the 10 seats of Haryana in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Reportedly, Saini is upset with the party for appeasing Jats.

It is important to note here that Raj Kumar Saini has been opposing the demand for Jat reservation for a long time. He did not attend Amit Shah’s rally also due to this reason. He had said that Amit Shah’s rally has been organised ignoring party principles. In the rally Amit Shah had said that the entire state of Haryana should be painted in saffron. But the rally proved to be a massive flop.

Announcing his exit the very next day of the rally, Raj Kumar Saini said he does not care about whatever steps the party will take over his decision. Amid all this, Haryana BJP state President Suresh Barala has said that the central leadership of the party has been informed about this.

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