India's Yuvraj Singh celebrates taking the wicket of The Netherlands' Wesley Baressi during their ICC Cricket World Cup group B match in New Delhi

Naveen Uraon

YUVRAJ Singh, the Indian batsman is likely to campaign for the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) in the forthcoming Assembly elections in Haryana.

Yuvraj Singh, who is popular in the state of Haryana, might bring in some votes for BJP.

According to media reports, the decision was reportedly taken on Friday in a meeting between Yuvraj Singh and BJP president Amit Shah in New Delhi.

The Election Commission announced on Friday that elections to the Maharashtra and Haryana assemblies will be held in a single phase on October 15 and the counting of votes will be done on October 19.

The Maharashtra Assembly has 288 seats while Haryana has 90 seats.

The BJP hopes to topple the two-time chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda and with it end the Congress regime in Haryana.

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