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
Dushyant Chautala is being seen as the real inheritor of his great grandfather and former Deputy Prime Minister Devi Lal's political legacy.
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.
Tanwar's supporters were of the view that he and Abhay Chautala, seeking re-election from Ellenabad seat in Sirsa district, have the same objective of stopping the BJP from returning to power.
It also promised to give Rs 5 lakh to the women of economically-backwards sections on their marriage.
The manifesto for the October 21 Haryana polls was released by the party's state president, Birbal Das Dhalia.
Some of the bigwigs who haven’t asked a single question in Haryana Assembly during last five years include Congress leader Randeep Surjewala and BJP spokesperson Captain Abhimanyu.
Welcoming the new leaders, at a programme held in Tilyar here, the Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar urged them to immediately join campaigning for the ruling party.
Five legislators of the INLD, four of whom switched sides by joining the JJP, were disqualified last month as members of the Assembly.
Three-time former member of Parliament Jay Prakash, an independent MLA from Kalayat, also joined the Congress.
A few days back INLD's Ratia MLA Ravinder Baliala had joined the saffron party along with Jagdish Yadav, a former Haryana minister.