According to media reports, BJP and its chief Amit Shah asked its party workers to use Narendra Modi's name while urging people to vote for BJP.
Media reports also claimed that BJP has not announced names of chief ministerial candidates yet as the party has been hoping to gain votes using Modi's name.
BJP has not announced CM candidate's names to use Modi's name in election
Now, it seems that BJP has been hoping to leverage the momentum that swept Modi to Prime Minister's office in May, 2015 and appears undiminished in his first 100 days in office.
Total three states -- Maharashtra, Jharkhand, Haryana are going to polls by the end of 2014. Assembly elections might be held in Delhi if BJP or AAP do not form government in the national capital.
BJP President Amit Shah on Monday, Sept reached Ranchi, Jharkhand. While addressing party workers, Shah announced that no leader other than Modi will be projected in the campaign for the state election.
"Please help us get a clear majority. Don't worry about who will be an MLA or chief minister. Just work to ensure we get big numbers," said Shah.