The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday announced names of six more candidates for the Lok Sabha Elections. Out of six candidates, three are from Madhya Pradesh, two from Haryana and one from Rajasthan.
One of the prominent names in the list is Brijendra Singh, son of Union Minister Chaudhary Birender Singh. Brijendra has been fielded from Hisar Lok Sabha seat in Haryana.
Jaskaur Meena from Dausa in Rajasthan, and Arvind Sharma from Rohtak are also in the list. Bishnu Datt Sharma will contest from Khajuraho, GS Damor from Ratlam and Chattar Singh Darbar from Dhar in Madhya Pradesh.
One candidate for by-election to Uluberia Purba assembly constituency (West Bengal) has also been named by the party.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said 'Modi wave' lashing the country is now stronger than what it was in 2014 when he stormed to power, Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared on Sunday.
"I have gone around the country... I now see a more powerful wave than in 2014. All the surveys are suggesting that the BJP is winning three times more seats than the Congress in the Lok Sabha," the Prime Minister thundered at an election rally in Kathua.
"The chances of survival for the Congress is very difficult," he said.
Referring to the opposition, PM Modi said some people were so intent on hating him that they consider nationalism as an abuse.