In his concluding remark, the Prime Minister said that his government is working in full capacity to fulfill the dreams of every poor person in Maharashtra and the country by 2022.
The voting for the 288-member Assembly will be held on October 21 in a single phase. The counting of votes will take place on October 24.
"BJP will form the government in both Haryana and Maharashtra where elections are going to take place. Congress is faction-ridden and is embroiled in blame-game. We are going to people on the basis of our work," she said while talking to ANI.
Khattar said that BJP welcomes people who want to contribute for the development of the state and willing to join the ruling party.
BJP is contesting Maharashtra Assembly polls in alliance with Shiv Sena and RPI while Congress is in alliance with Sharad Pawar led NCP.
Finance Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar has been fielded from Ballarpur. The son of BJP leader and Union Minister Rao Saheb Danave, Santosh Danve Patil will contest from Bhokardan constituency.
In a big promise, the party said its government will pay an allowance of Rs 7,000 per month for graduates and Rs 10,000 per month for post-graduates till they get employment
The party is facing attrition because it is taking too long to come to terms with its defeat in May national elections, the former external affairs minister told reporters late on Monday.
BJP had on Friday released the list of name of 40 prominent BJP leaders including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Amit Shah and JP Nadda to lead the poll assembly campaign in Haryana.