Haryana RS Polls : Bhupinder Hooda Fueled Rebellion in State?

A massive controversy has erupted over the Rajya Sabha polls in Haryana with 14 votes of the Congress party rejected, helping the BJP secure a victory for its nominee. While disqualification was on the grounds that MLAs used the wrong pen to caste their vote, sources have told TIMES NOW that a division within the Congress could have led to this situation and that former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda could have been the architect of the rebellion. Media baron Subhash Chandra won the Rajya Sabha seat from the state with the support of BJP beating INLD-Congress backed candidate RK Anand.

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