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LS results indicate Congress will follow next govt. in Haryana: Kumari Selja

LS results indicate Congress will follow next govt. in Haryana: Kumari Selja

Sirsa, Jun 6 (UNI) AICC General Secretary and newly elected MP from Sirsa Lok Sabha seat Kumari
Selja on Thursday said the results of the Lok Sabha elections have made it clear that the next government in Haryana will be formed by the Congress.
Claiming the public's "infatuation" with the ruling BJP has completely faded, she pointed out that the India Alliance received 61,92,627 votes, which is 1,96,114 more than the BJP in the state.

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