Assembly Election Magic to start in Haryana – Jan Chetna Party

Haryana Assembly Election 2014

Some believes that Modi magic will continue in Haryana Assembly Election 2014 whereas some other believes that small parties from Haryana will spoil the winning graph of major political parties in Haryana Assembly Election 2014.

Main parties Congress, BJP, INLD are toiling hard to win heart ahead of Haryana Election 2014 and parties like Haryana Lokhit and HJC, BSP are trying to gets some votes in their kitty. Political fever is quiet high in context of Assembly Election 2014. Among all this one party which has made brilliant start and is surely goes to make the Assembly Election 2014 a tug of war is Venod Sharma’s Jan Chetna Party. Leaders of various political, CM of Haryana Bhupinder Singh Hooda, INLD supremo O.P Chautala, HJC leader Kuldeep Bhishnoi etc are doubtful about their victory in Haryana Election 2014.

People of Haryana want change this time, change for development, change for growth and progress and they know that good leader Venod Sharma can fulfill their aspirations.

Election Magic in Haryana – Political Party 2014

Traditionally a battleground of Congress & INLD has seen some changes this time. BJP & HJC are in fray this time. Though BJP is confidant of his victory has a serious competition from Jan Chetna Party in Haryana Election 2014.

People love Venod Sharma for his good work and for his contribution towards progressive Haryana. He is the one who is doing tremendous work for the welfare of women and also fighting for the youth rights. He has challenged government on various fronts and his mission is to scrap HSSC and he has also gifted 10% reservation to the upper caste.

Haryana Election 2014 is going to be a very interesting one because this time people have decided to bring non jat good leader into power.

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