Ajay Chautala may join son Dushyant’s swearing, released on furlough from Tihar jail: Ajay Chautala, father of Jannayak Janata Party chief Dushyant Chautala, was released from Tihar Jail today. They have received furlough for 14 days. Upon his release from jail, Ajay Chautala praised his son Dushyant. He said that he has proved himself by strengthening the party in 11 months.
Ajay Chautala has left for Chandigarh after his release from Tihar Jail. It is believed that Ajay Chautala may join the swearing in of son Dushyant Chautala. Let us know that at around 2.15 pm, the BJP-JJP coalition government will take oath. Manohar Lal will be sworn in as Chief Minister from BJP’s quota while Dushyant Chautala will take oath as Deputy Chief Minister from JJP quota.
In the JBT recruitment case, INLD supremo Omprakash Chautala and son Dr. Ajay Singh Chautala are serving a ten-year sentence in Tihar Jail. There was a lot of discussion on social media that the BJP has given Dushyant the first gift of Diwali as a father’s parole.
Half a dozen ministers will take oath
With Manohar Lal as the new chief minister and Dushyant Chautala as deputy CM, some ministers may also assume the responsibility. However, Manohar Lal has not opened the cards yet, but it is believed that half a dozen ministers can assume the responsibility. Dushyant Chautala, as the representative of the JJP MLAs, is likely to assume the responsibility as deputy CM. The JJP has claimed three cabinet and two minister of state positions, but the BJP may give them two cabinet and two ministers of state.
JJP won 10 seats in the first election
The JJP, which came out of the INLD and came into existence, is only an 11-month-old party. In its first election, the JJP, led by Dushyant Chautala, gets 10 seats.
The JJP intends to fix its quota minister within the next one month. Ramkumar Gautam, who won the election from Narnaund in JJP, is likely to become a minister. Ramkumar Gautam defeated BJP Super Minister Captain Abhimanyu by more than 12 thousand votes.
Former Rajya Sabha member Chau won the election from Guhla Chika. Anup Dhanak, who won elections from Ishwar Singh and Uklana, may also get the benefit of caste equations as a ministerial post.