The party is now out of confusion and self-doubt, the former Union Minister said, in an apparent reference to poor show in the Lok Sabha elections, Rahul Gandhi quitting as President, and some leaders deserting in a few States.
In a video -- critical of JJP and its chief Dushyant Chautala -- posted on Facebook, Yadav expressed disappointment, accusing the party and leader of betraying the trust of people by backing a BJP-led government.
Following the hung assembly in Haryana, Kanda had claimed to have the support of at least 5 MLAs and flown to Delhi to extend support to the saffron party. Kanda's arrival in Delhi had led to a huge outcry from the Opposition over his past record.
At a press conference on Friday night, BJP President Amit Shah announced that his JJP counterpart, Dushyant Chautala, will be the deputy chief minister, while Manohar Lal Khattar will once again lead Haryana as the chief minister.