The Dalit community went against the BJP as it feared the party would dilute the reservation for the Scheduled Castes by making a sub-quota for SC-A categories.
Though party workers had nothing against the CM, they were miffed with him on account of his key aides building a wall around him resulting in inaccessibility.
Rijiju said that the country is moving in the right direction and under the leadership of PM Narendra Modi.
Apart from promising loan waivers for farmers, the party has also said that it will give an annual scholarship to students belonging to Scheduled Castes and extremely backward classes.
Ahead of Assembly polls, party workers in Maharashtra and Haryana have been upset over the poll ticket distribution.
While Selja feels that there is no difference between the young and old leadership in the party, she said that Rahul Gandhi works for Congress after resigning from the post of party chief.
The TikTok star, who had asked a group of boys if they are from Pakistan after they refused to raise the slogan upon her insistence during an election rally, issued an apology later.
The Congress even now has non-Jat leaders like Kuldeep Bishnoi and Kumari Selja but they are no match to Bhajan Lal's stature.
With over 1.20 lakh followers, Phogat has made over 175 short videos which are immensely popular in Haryana, especially among young voters.
The chief minister said it is not the first time that accusations of corruption in ticket distribution in the Congress have been made.
There are a few other seats where leaders of the two parties may not have entered the contest but are expressing resentment against the candidates who have been allocated tickets.
Tanwar said that Congress is going through existential crises, not because of its political opponents but because of serious internal contradiction.
While it is said that the maximum number of leaders in the list are Jats, there are other considerations too.
Five legislators of the INLD, four of whom switched sides by joining the JJP, were disqualified last month as members of the Assembly.
Yadav joined regional political outfit Indian National Lok Dal's breakaway faction, the Jannayak Janata Party (JJP).