After the elections in five municipal corporations of Haryana, now all the political parties will have to show their strength in the by-elections. All the political parties had been pressurizing the state government for the JT by-elections for a long time. Now these parties have to face the challenge of proving themselves in the by-election.
While the ruling BJP is fully prepared for the elections, the election for the INLD and the Jananayak Janata Party, which is divided between the factions, is not less than any test. The Aam Aadmi Party has not yet opened its cards with by-elections.
After the separation from INLD, Jananayak Janata Party has not contested any municipal elections, but Dushyant Chautala, senior party leader has announced to contest the JT by-election. MP Rajkumar Saini’s Democracy Defense Party will also contest this election. The Congress corporation did not contest the election on the symbol, but in the manner in which Rohtak, Karnal and Hisar have supported the candidates of their choice, the senior leaders of the Congress could not be ruled out in the Jant bye-election.
Jind is considered to be Jatland. Here BJP has not won the elections. Here, the INLD has never been the cornerstone of the Congress. The BJP, which is excited by the victory in five corporations in Jind bye election, can play a bigger stake.