As argue within the Chautala family continues in public, Hisar lawmaker Dushyant Chautala has asked his uncle Abhay Chautala to apologize or face legal notice as the senior INLD leader had alleged his father Ajay Chautala, of selling party tickets in 2014 Assembly Elections.

The Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) leader Dushyant Chautala told source in Haryana’s Fatehabad that “he has tried to defame Ajay Chautala. He should publicly apologize or a legal notice will be served to him.”

Dushyant is the elder son of former Lawmaker Ajay Chautala, who was asked to comment on allegations of selling of the party tickets.

Last week, Abhay Chautala accused Ajay of having connections with INLD’s opponents and entered into a quid-pro-quo arrangement with them by helping them to win in 2014 Assembly Elections.

On BSP broke out its alliance with INLD and entered into a tie-up, Abhay claims that “it is an alliance based on caste equations and people will reject it.”

To another query on the possibility of JJP entering into an alliance with AAP (Aam Aadmi Party), which had extended its support in the recently held Jind Assembly by-elections to the fledgling party, he said that there have been no formal talks over the issue.

Dushyant further said that after last month’s Jind by-elections, in which party leader Digvijay Chautala put up a magnificent performance finishing beyond BJP’s winning candidate Krishan Middha.

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