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.
In a post-electoral alliance, the JJP has extended support to the BJP, which won 40 seats, six short of the majority mark.
Congress MP Shashi Tharoor said that the party's performance in Maharashtra and Haryana is a sign that it is reviving.
Ahmed Patel is being credited for making former Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda virtually the face of Congress in the state.
Cheeranjiv Rao said that he want to revive the work of the medical college in the area which was stopped by the BJP government.
The BJP, with 40 seats, appeared to have stitched together an alliance with eight independents to form the government.
Gopal Kanda continues to face trial in the airhostess suicide case, which is now in the evidence stage in a trial court.
Twenty four hours later, the BJP is well in position to form a government without the help of the JJP but still keen to have them on board.
The average of assets per sitting MLA in Haryana is Rs 18.29 crore, while it was Rs 12.97 crore in 2014, said an analysis by the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR).
Independent legislators Dharampal Gondan, Nayanpal Rawat, Sombir Sangwan, Rakesh Daulatabad and Randheer Golan -- met Nadda and extended their support to the saffron party.
BJP has emerged as the single largest party in Haryana, but going by the trends, it will fall short of the half-way mark of 45 seats.
Haryana Assembly Speaker Kanwar Pal, a BJP legislator from Jagadhri, was also trailing in his constituency behind Congress' Akram Khan by a margin of 5,889 votes.
According to official trends from the Election Commission, BJP is leading on 29 seats followed by Congress on 21, JJP at 10 and nine for others.