Assembly Elections 2019: Congress Feels Mandate Against BJP In Maharashtra, Haryana Polls

In Maharashtra, the NCP-Congress alliance has crossed the hundred seat mark, while in Haryana, the Congress has managed to double its tally and has prevented the BJP from getting a majority.

Assembly Elections 2019: Congress Feels Mandate Against BJP In Maha, Haryana Polls
Anand Sharma
By: IANS
Updated: 24 Oct 2019 07:57 PM
New Delhi: The Indian National Congress (INC) on Thursday asserted that the verdict given by the voters in the Haryana and Maharashtra Assembly elections was against the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party in the state.

"We do not agree with Amit Shah's view that this BJP's victory. The Congress feels the mandate is against the BJP," said senior Congress spokesperson Anand Sharma.


Insisting that Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar had no moral authority to form the government in the state again, he reiterated party leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda's statement that all anti-BJP parties should come together to form the government.

He said the Congress has increased its tally in Maharashtra from the previous election. "The silver lining is that the BJP has lost the confidence of the people," he added. Sharma also slammed the media for showing opinion and exit polls contrary to the actual results.

In Maharashtra, the NCP-Congress alliance has crossed the hundred seat mark, while in Haryana, the Congress has managed to double its tally and has prevented the BJP from getting a majority.

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