Accusing Hooda government of betraying him during the time of crisis, Kanda said he would launch his new party - Haryana Lokhit Party-on Friday. (JPN/Agencies)
The 46-year-old legislator met Governor Jagannath Pahadia at the Raj Bhawan here and handed him his letter of withdrawing the support.
The move came over a month after he got bail from a Delhi Court in the suicide case.
The legislator accused the Chief Minister of betraying him during the crisis.
"When Congress government fell short of majority in 2009, I was the first to extend support to it," he said.
Kanda, however, said that his ‘trust had been betrayed’ and there had been occasions when Chief Minister Hooda did not stand by him.
Mentioning the ongoing case against him in the Delhi Court, he said, “At the very outset Chief Minister Hooda should have asked for an inquiry of the suicide note of Geetika Sharma when it had surfaced as it involved one of his ministers but he had not done so.”
“The Chief Minister should have got the inquiry of this letter done,” he said.
Kanda was a Minister in Hooda government before he was forced to step down after his involvement in the case in August 2012.
"I will not speak much about the case since the matter is sub-judice, I have full faith in the judiciary and the truth will prevail," he added.
After submitting the letter, Kanda addressed a press conference and said that he would be launching his political outfit-- Haryana Lokhit Party-- at Gurgaon on May 2.
Kanda, who has been Home Minister of the state earlier, also accused Hooda government of tapping the phones of its Ministers and MLAs.
Kanda claimed that his new party would provide people a clean alternative, which would be free from caste politics.
"The people of Haryana are looking for a viable alternative. The state's politics has been under the control of two or three political families, we want to change this," he said.
Kanda was instrumental in bringing the six Independent MLAs together to support Hooda government when it had fallen short of majority after the 2009 assembly polls.
On floating the new party, he said, “The successive Chief Ministers have only nursed people from their own castes... Haryana belongs to all those who live in it. They have equal rights over its resources, the government they elect and jobs available. My party will address these issues.”
He also said they had taken the feedback from the people over the last three months and then decided to launch the outfit.
"A new party comes into existence after people's trust has been betrayed. Our party will strive to build a new Haryana. We don't expect any overnight magic to happen, but yes we have seen when people's anger rises, it can shake governments and big parties like we recently saw in Delhi's case," he said.
However, there is no threat to the Congress government in Haryana, which has 45 members that includes five legislators of the Haryana Janhit Congress who joined it four years back.
The government also has the support of six other Independent MLAs and lone BSP member in the 90-member House. The Haryana Assembly polls are due in October.
Accusing Hooda government of betraying him during the time of crisis, Kanda said he would launch his new party - Haryana Lokhit Party-on Friday.