Haryana Assembly Elections 2014
Countdown for Haryana Assembly election begins with fervor. Curtain rose for Haryana Assembly election 2014 and politicians from Haryana are ready with stage performances. Election Commission is going to fix the date for the Haryana assembly elections 2014 this week.
Tough time is ahead for the political parties in Haryana. Corruption, controversies and scam marred Haryana assembly elections 2014 has added to the woes of people in Haryana. People are sick and tired of corrupt politician will vote for the change in Haryana Assembly election 2014.
Congress is announcing sops to deal with anti incumbency and alleged biased development and corrupt governance. BJP is still getting benefit of doubt and playing the Modi card and INLD is looking to resurge is facing crisis from within.
Trend suggests that Haryana Jan Chetna Party floated by Venod Sharma will give tough fight to the major political parties this time in Haryana Assembly elections 2014. For the first time ever Haryana will witness exciting contest.
Venod Sharma President of Haryana Jan Chetna Party
Having victorious twice from Ambala constituency strong contender Venod Sharma will make hat trick this time. Paying attention to basic problems faced by people of Haryana he has become favorite of all in Haryana.
Confidant about Venod Sharma’s abilities people of Haryana is showering faith in him. Political heavyweight is emphasizing on development. Struggling to bring justice to the youth of the state of Haryana is stressing on scrapping HSSC faulty system for appointment in government jobs.
Surely tall leader Venod Sharma will win Haryana Assembly elections 2014. Time has come to support politician who will make Haryana a global name. Public choice highly experienced Venod Sharma is the one who will make Haryana corruption free, bring transparency in government jobs, will focus on development for all and stress harmony among all castes.
Opponents are making futile efforts as people of Haryana has already confirms Venod Sharma’s victory in Assembly election 2014.