Clearing the air on the fate of her party's alliance with the BJP for the upcoming state assembly polls, Renuka Bishnoi, vice-president of Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC), on Tuesday claimed that they have received a positive signal from the saffron party's top leadership.
Renuka said this at Hansi town of Hisar district, while touring the villages ahead of the party's preparation for the assembly polls.
Claiming that HJC chief Kuldeep Bishnoi had held talks with BJP national president Amit Shah regarding the alliance, she said the outcome of the meeting indicates positive results for both parties.
On Monday, Kuldeep Bishnoi had threatened to walk out of the alliance during his party meet scheduled on Tuesday evening at Hisar.
Notably, at August-14 Mahendergarh rally, BJP chief Amit Shah had announced that their alliance with HJC was possible only on the Lok Sabha seat-sharing arrangement. In the Lok Sabha polls, the BJP contested on eight seats and won seven, while HJC lost both seats it contested.