Haryana Elections: BJP faces a battle in Jat, Muslim belts
BJP is tipped to win the Assembly elections in Haryana but the ride to power is not without hurdles. The party is facing a tough battles in Jat-dominated central Haryana, Muslim-dominated southern part of the statea and areas adjoining Delhi. Some BJP leaders who have been denied a ticket are also creating roadblocks.
BJP sources said the party brass does not want the cadre to get complacent and all efforts are afoot to fight with all its might. BJP chief Amit Shah and working president JP Nadda are holding rallies across the state. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to hold four rallies, the first of which was organised on Monday at Ballabhgarh, Faridabad and two rallies on Tuesday- in Kurukshetra and Charkhi Dadri.