Live Coverage of Haryana Floor Test: Newly appointed Chief Minister Nayab Saini undergoes floor test.

Amidst political upheaval, the Haryana Assembly gears up for a special session today, where newly elected Chief Minister Nayab Singh Saini will undergo a crucial floor test to demonstrate his majority. Saini, the Lok Sabha MP from Kurukshetra, held discussions with Governor Bandaru Dattatreya on Tuesday to formally assert his claim to govern the state, replacing his predecessor, BJP stalwart Manohar Lal Khattar.

Taking the oath of office at a ceremony in Raj Bhawan, Chandigarh, Saini was joined by four BJP leaders—Kanwar Pal Gujjar, Jai Parkash Dalal, Moolchand Sharma, and Banwari Lal—who were sworn in as ministers in the Haryana cabinet.

Haryana Floor Test Live Updates: CM Nayab Singh Saini Responds to MLAs’ Addresses on Confidence Motion

Acknowledging the mentorship of former CM Manohar Lal Khattar, Nayab Singh Saini, the newly elected Chief Minister of Haryana, faces the assembly to address the confidence motion moved by him.

The leader of the opposition and former CM, Bhupinder Hooda, initiates his address against the confidence motion, terming the BJP-JJP alliance as an alliance of selfish interests. He criticizes the previous government’s failures, leading to a change in leadership.

Former CPS and Congress MLA Rao Dan Singh also speaks against the confidence motion, urging the government to address the shortcomings that led to the sudden change of guard in the state.

Former Speaker and Congress MLA Raghubir Singh Kadian criticizes the BJP for assuming power despite being in the minority, emphasizing that changing faces will not alter the prevailing scenario.

Meanwhile, the assembly witnesses the departure of several JJP MLAs during the trust vote, following a whip issued by their party.

Congress MLA BB Batra raises questions about the emergency meeting of the session, requesting a deferral of proceedings.

Despite the political turmoil, Nayab Singh Saini proposes the confidence motion, while the assembly awaits the role of JJP MLAs during the voting process.

As the session progresses, discussions unfold about the nature of the motion and the participation of various party members.

Haryana’s political landscape undergoes significant shifts, with Nayab Singh Saini preparing to prove his majority amidst a dynamic political environment.

The newly appointed Chief Minister of Haryana, Nayab Singh Saini, expressed gratitude towards former CM Manohar Lal Khattar, acknowledging his contributions in leading the state towards progress and exemplifying good governance. Saini’s remarks came after his swearing-in ceremony.

Former CM Manohar Lal Khattar, addressing the BJP-JJP dispute, stated that the decision for separate Lok Sabha seat contests by JJP leaders was made unofficially.

Congress leader Deepender Hooda commented on Nayab Saini’s ascension, labeling it a pre-planned drama orchestrated six months ago, suggesting a premeditated breakup of the BJP-JJP alliance.

In response to Nayab Saini’s appointment, Manohar Lal Khattar expressed happiness, praising Saini’s credentials and highlighting their longstanding relationship.

BJP National General Secretary Tarun Chugh lauded Khattar’s leadership and hinted at future responsibilities for him within the party.

Prime Minister Modi extended his congratulations to Nayab Singh Saini upon assuming office.

At the swearing-in ceremony, Nayab Singh Saini was joined by cabinet ministers Kanwar Pal Gujjar, Mool Chand Sharma, Ranjit Singh Chautala, and Jai Parkash Dalal, who also took their oaths of office.

Supporters of Nayab Saini celebrated in Kurukshetra upon his appointment as the new Chief Minister.

Jannayak Janta Party (JJP) announced plans to hold a ‘Nav Sankalp’ rally in Hisar the following day, addressing various issues discussed during their meeting.

The oath-taking ceremony of the new CM took place at Haryana Raj Bhavan, signifying the formal commencement of his tenure.

Bhupinder Singh Hooda suggests conducting elections under President’s rule in Haryana.

Former Haryana CM and Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda suggests that President’s rule should be imposed, stating that the current government has lost its moral authority. He attributes the situation to the failure of governance and describes the BJP-JJP alliance as lacking any substantial policy basis.

BJP MP Nayab Saini formally asserts his claim to form the government in Haryana.

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