Claiming that the BJP won't win a single seat in the Haryana Assembly polls, Indian National Lok Dal president Omprakash Chautala, said on Saturday in Gwalior that the saffron party's organisation set up has crumbled in that state.
The BJP will not win a single seat in the Haryana Assembly elections as it does not have a public base in the state," former Haryana Chief Minister Chautala told reporters here.
The BJP state organisation set up has crumbled in Haryana, he said, adding that the saffron party has lost its credibility by breaking its promises.
To press his point, Chautala said that BJP had forged an alliance with former Haryana Chief Minister Bansilal but later it snapped ties with him.
Asked that why the INLD was with the NDA and BJP, he said that his party was principally against the Congress, so it had an alliance with BJP.
The INLD will form the government on its own in Haryana after the October 13 polls, he said.
Asked that his party has faced a humiliating defeat in the Lok Sabha elections in Haryana, he said that the issues in the general elections and state were totally different.
INLD president claimed that people in Haryana were fed up with the power situation, water crisis and corruption and were waiting to oust the Congress government.
The businessmen have taken to the streets against the Congress government in Haryana, Chautala said.
To a query, he said that his party was not only having politicial but cordial family relationship with the Parkash Singh Badal-led Shiromani Akali Dal.