Posters of the ruling BJP in Chhattisgarh look vastly different from the version in most other states. In them, three-time Chief Minister Raman Singh's image dwarfs that of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is usually a towering presence in BJP posters across India. Even in Congress posters, it is the party chief and its main leader, Rahul Gandhi, who is most visible. Is Raman Singh - rather than PM Modi - the BJP's star for votes in Chhattisgarh or is he the sacrificial lamb? "If as the chief minister of Chhattisgarh, I am being projected as the face of the election, then naturally it will reflect on the posters too," the three-time Chief Minister said on NDTV's The Countdown.