With the BJP falling short of the magic figure of 46 required for a majority, the party is now turning to independent MLAs, and not Dushyant Chautala's JJP, to return to power
Article 370 not issue in Haryana, people have seen through BJP's game of diverting attention: Kumari Selja
Selja exuded confidence that the Congress will form the next government in the state as there has been a "rapid change" on the ground in favour of the party.
During the poll campaigning, the BJP made revoking provisions of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir and other issues surrounding nationalism a major poll plank.
PM Modi will address four election rallies over two days in Ballabhgarh, Dadri, Thanesar and Hisar.
The highest number of family members in the fray in these assembly elections are of Late Deputy Prime Minister Devi Lal's family.
Former INLD MLAs Zakir Hussain from Nuh and Naseem Ahmed from Ferozepur Jhirkha have switched their loyalties and joined the BJP.
While CM Manohar Lal Khattar has been fielded again from Karnal, Phogat, Sandeep and Yogeshwar are contesting from Dadri, Pehowa and Baroda respectively.
Sources said that the ticket aspirants are leaving no stone unturned to use their RSS connections in order to get the party tickets.
Congress state president alleged that the state government has wasted thousands of crores of public money on publicity while it has failed to deliver in terms of real work on the ground.
Sources said that the party has decided that all the leaders who want to fight in the polls will have to send formal applications in a specific format apart from paying the fees.