The Modi wave which created history of one party rule in India after 3 decades is put on test in Haryana and Maharashtra assembly polls, starting today. PM Modi himself addressed rallies in Haryana and Maharashtra to attract voters for state elections.
Will the Chautalas and Hoodas be able to save their voters from the hawk-eyed Modi is a question which is going to be answered soon.
In Maharashtra, all the major parties are fighting on their own after the alliance between NCP & Congress and BJP & Shiv Sena collapsed in the recent past. MNS is also expected to put a strong contest and cut marathi manus votes. And to add to the worries of the self-proclaimed secular parties looking to attract Muslim votes, there is MIM which has launched itself in Maharashtra this time. With their successful and proven pro-Muslim vote attracting strategies amalgamated with hate-speeches, they may hurt the vote-bank of parties like NCP, Congress and MNS.