Checkout Haryana Lok Sabha Election Result 2019
Checkout Haryana Lok Sabha Election result 2019 - BJP = 10, INC = 0, INLD = 0, JJP+AAP = 0
|Constituency||Current MP||BJP Candidate Names||INC Candidate Names||JJP+AAP Candidate Names||INLD Candidate Names|
|Ambala||Rattan Lal Kataria (BJP)||Ratan Lal Kataria (Winner)||kumari Selja||Prithvi Singh||Ramkumar singh|
|Kurukshetra||Raj Kumar Saini (BJP)||Nayab Singh Saini (Winner)||Nirmal Singh||Jaybhagwan Sharma||Arjun Chautala|
|Sirsa||Charanjeet Singh Rori (Indian National Lok Dal)||Suneeta Duggal (Winner)||Ashok Tanwar||Nirmal Singh||Charnjeet Rori|
|Hisar||Dushyant Chautala (Indian National Lok Dal)||Brijendra Singh (Winner)||bhavya Bishnoi||Dushyant Chautala||Suresh Kauth|
|Karnal||Ashwini Kumar (BJP)||Sanjay Bhatia (Winner)||kuldeep sharma||krishan Agarwal||Dharmiver padha|
|Sonipat||Ramesh Chander Kaushik (BJP)||Ramesh Chandra Kaushik (Winner)||Bhupender Hooda||Digvijay Chautala||Surender Chikara|
|Rohtak||Deepender Singh Hooda (Congress)||Arvind Sharma (Winner)||Deepender hooda||Pradeep Deshwal||Dharmveer Foji|
|Bhiwani Mahendragarh||Dharambir Singh (BJP)||Dharmvir Singh (Winner)||Shruti Chaudhary||Swait Yadav||Balwan Yadav|
|Gurgaon||Inderjit Singh Rao (BJP)||Rao Inderjit Singh (Winner)||Ajay Singh Yadav||Mahmood Khan||Virender Rana|
|Faridabad||Krishan Pal Gurjar (BJP)||krishan pal gurjar (Winner)||Avtar Singh Bhadana||Naveen Jaihind||Mahesh Chahun|
Data from Election Commission
Haryana is going to be swept away with the ‘Modi wave’ according to the Times Now VMR and Today's Chanakya's exit polls. If Congress does manage to win a few seats, the polls predict that it won’t be more than one or two.
Data shared by the Election Commission so far show the BJP sweeping the state and leading in every single constituency. The Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) who won two seats in the state during the 2014 Lok Sabha Election is lagging behind in Sirsa and Hisar. Congress' Deepender Singh Hooda is also falling behind Arvind Kumar Sharma who is winning by a margin of 7,726 votes.
If the Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) manage to sweep all ten seats, then that means Bhupinder Singh Hooda — the lone incumbent Congress candidate from Sonepat — will be losing out to Digvijay Singh Chautala.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) stretched its legs beyond Delhi to try its hand at contesting the elections in neighbouring state, Haryana. But exit polls show that it’s unlikely that they will be bringing any seats home.
The state of Haryana has 10 Lok Sabha constituencies in total. All the 10 seats went for polling on 19 th May 2019 and the results will show which party bags the majority number of seats from the state. In 2014 general elections for the Lok Sabha, the BJP captured 7 places for the parliament from Haryana.
The Indian National Lok Dal claimed two seats namely Sirsa and Hisar. The Congress party could strive to keep only one seat from the state by winning from Rohtak. From the Rohtak seat, Deependra Singh Hooda, the son of Phupinder Singh Hooda, the then chief minister of the state. Notably, the BJP fought only in 8 seats in the state of Haryana while the election results favored the party by giving it a victory over 7 out of 8 places it contested in 2014.
AdvertisementThe ally of BJP Haryana Janhit Congress contested from two places and both these seats were lost to the aforementioned candidates. With the mounting anticipation whether the BJP can retain its prospects in the state, the game seems to be a lot tougher for the party this time. The Congress is now seen fielding highly seasoned election campaigners like Kumari Selja and Ashok Tanwar for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
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