Uma Bharti warns BJP against taking support from Kanda

Bharti tweeted that she has got an information that BJP may get the support from Kanda to form a coalition government in Haryana. 

BJP leader Uma Bharti in a Twitter thread requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Amit Shah and Manohar Lal Khattar to not take support from rape accused leader Gopal Kanda in Haryana. 

Bharti tweeted that she has got information that BJP may get the support from Kanda to form a coalition government in Haryana. 

She said that Kanda was accused of the death of a girl and her mother and that his winning polls doesn't mean that he is innocent as the matter is still under investigation.

Bharti also said that the BJP's workers have a clean reputation and it should not be maligned. 

Kanda, an independent candidate from Sirsa district of Haryana, won against BJP's Pardeep Ratusaria.

As no party in Haryana got a clean mandate, both Congress and BJP are in talks with the other parties to form a coalition government. 

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