Announcing the decision to break away from the alliance with BJP here, HJC chief Kuldeep Bishnoi said that the saffron outfit had betrayed his party.
He said that his party would forge an alliance with former Congress leader Venod Sharma's Jan Chetna Party (JCP) before the state polls, likely to be held in October.
"We tried our level best to keep the alliance working made sincere efforts. They (BJP) are not ready to stick to agreed alliance principles," Bishnoi, younger son of late chief minister Bhajan Lal, told a press conference in Chandigarh.
"Betrayal is in the nature of BJP," Bishnoi reiterated.

HJC snaps three year long ties BJP
HJC chief accused BJP of ‘betraying’
BJP may go solo in assembly elections
HJC failed to win two seats
BJP won all seven seats it contested in Haryana
Haryana has 90 assembly seats
Kuldeep Bishnoi demanding 45 seats
Bishnoi is the son of former CM Bhajan Lal
Addressing a rally in Bhiwani district yesterday, he had said that he served and cooperated with BJP from the ‘core of my heart for the last three years’ but at the end ‘we were betrayed’.
Leaders of BJP, which is eyeing to wrest power from Congress in the state, have said that the party is in position to contest all the 90 seats on its own and accused Bishnoi of trying to "break the ties".
Rift between BJP and its alliance partner HJC surfaced soon after the Lok Sabha polls, as the Bishnoi-led outfit failed to win any of the two seats it had contested while BJP bagged seven constituencies.
The ties between the parties also deteriorated due to differences over seat-sharing for the Assembly polls, with Bishnoi seeking 45 of the 90 seats and demanding that he be declared the chief ministerial candidate of the alliance, both of which the BJP has opposed.

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