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Parties to fight it move into high-stakes Jind bypoll in Haryana today

The stage is about for the high-stakes Jind bypoll that dominated Haryana’s politics for the last one month. Besides being a take a look at for the state’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and therefore the opposition Congress, the by-election on Mon also will indicate what’s future for the Indian National Lok dekalitre (INLD) after it split into 2, and therefore the freshly floated Jannayak Janta Party (JJP).

That the bypoll is being control simply months before the Lok Sabha and assembly elections in Haryana makes it even additional necessary. The ruling BJP, that fielded a brand new entrant, Krishan Middha, is hoping to continue its run within the state once it sweptback all 5 municipal corporation elections last month. Political observers say the ruling party has a bonus because it is that the only 1 that has fielded a non-Jat candidate in Jind, that has one hundred seventy,000 voters. Randeep Surjewala of the Congress, Umed Singh Redhu of the INLD and Digvijay Chautala of the JJP area unit all Jats.

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