Chandigarh (Haryana): After a clear victory in the Lok Sabha Elections, Bharatiya Janta Party under PM Narendra Modi is all set to replicated success in Haryana. Poll results are showing party moving ahead.
In 2009 Assembly polls, BJP just managed to win four seats. So what has changed now in 2014 Haryana Assembly polls? How party is moving towards majority in the state this time?
Let's take a look at the main factors which helped it script history in the state:
1 Reliance on Modi wave
Modi wave has created impact again after registering a landslide victory in the Lok Sabha polls. BJP once again played its 'Modi wave' card in Haryana. Modi's aggressively campaigning has helped the party a lot.
PM Modi's clean image has worked quite well in garnering support for the BJP over OP Chautala and Hooda, both laden with corruption charges.
It is pertinent to mention here that OP Chautala is serving a 10-year jail term at Tihar in connection with teachers' recruitment scam.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his campaign rided high on anti-incumbency factor against the two time CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda government and Modi during his rallies pulled out all guns to shot the Congress government in Haryana.
4 Leadership crises in INLD
The top two leaders of the INLD party are in jail and this helped Modi in garnaring support for BJP.
5 Making Centre the hero and state the villan
Modi in his poll campaign in Haryana said that his government at the Centre is willing to assist the state but the Hooda government is not cooperating as he is from Congress.
He urged the masses to vote for saffron party so that this situation ends and he can help them.