BJP candidate list for Haryana Vidhan Sabha elections 2019


Till the 2014 elections, the state of Haryana was a stronghold of the Congress Party (INC). The Congress Party had secured 40 seats and 67 seats in the 2009 and 2005 assembly polls respectively. In the 2009 elections, the BJP had won only from 4 constituencies. For the first time in its history, the BJP made a thumping victory in Haryana Vidhan Sabha elections by bagging 47 seats out of the total number of 90 seats.

Bharatiya Janata Party candidate list for Vidhan Sabha election 2019

ConstituencyBJP Candidate Name
AdampurSonali Phogat
Ambala CanttAnil Vij
Ambala CityAshim Goyal
AssandhSardar Bakshi Singh Virk
AteliSita Ram Yadav
BadhraSukhvinder Mandi
BadkhalSeema Tirkha
BadliOmparkash Dhankhad
BadshahpurManish Yadav
BahadurgarhNaresh Kaushik
BallabgarhMoolchand Sharma
BarodaYogeshwar Dutt
BarwalaSurender Puniya
BawalDr. Banwari Lal
Bawani KheraBishambhar Balmiki
BeriVikram Kadyan
BhiwaniGhanshyam Sharaf
Charkhi DadriMs. Babita Phogat
DabwaliAditya Devilal
EllenabadPawan Beniwal
FaridabadNagendra Bhadana
Faridabad NITNarender Gupta
FatehabadDudram Bishnoi
Ferozepur JhirkaNaseem Ahmed
GanaurNirmal Choudhary
Garhi Sampla-KiloiSatish Nandal
GharaundaHarvinder Kalyan
GohanaTirath Singh Rana
GuhlaRavi Taranvali
GurgaonSudhir Singla
HansiVinod Bhyana
HathinHathin - Praveen Dagar
HisarDr. Kamal Gupta
HodalJagdish Nayar
IndriRamkumar Kashyap
IsranaKrishan Panwar
JagadhriKanwarpal Gurjar
JhajjarDr. Rakesh Kumar
JindDr. Krishan Midda
JulanaParmender Dhul
KaithalLila Ram Gurjar
KalanaurRamavtar Balmiki
KalanwaliBalkaur Singh
KalayatKamlesh Dhanda
KalkaLatika Sharma
KarnalManohar Lal Khattar
KharkhaudaMeena Narwal
KosliLaxman Yadav
LadwaPawan Saini
LoharuJ.P. Dalal
MahendragarhRambilash Sharma
MehamShamsher Kharkada
MulanaRajveer Barada
NalwaRanveer Gangva
Nangal ChaudhryChaudhry Abhay Singh Yadav
NaraingarhSurendar Rana
NarnaulOmprakash Yadav
NarnaundCapt. Abhimanyu
NarwanaSantosh Danoda
NilokheriBhagwan Das Kabirpanthi
NuhZakir Hussain
PalwalDeepak Mangl
PanchkulaGyan Chand Gupta
Panipat CityPramod
Panipat RuralMahipal Dhandha
PataudiSatya Prakash Jaravata
PehowaSardar Sandeep Singh
PrithlaSohanpal Chhaukkar
PunahanaKum. Nouksham Choudhary
PundriVedpal Advocate
RadaurKarndev Kamboj
RaiMohan Lal Kaushik Badoli
RaniaRamchandra Kamboj
RatiaLaxman Napa
RewariSunil Musepur
RohtakManish Grover
SadhauraBalwant Singh
SafidonBachchan Singh Arya
SamalkhaShashikant Kaushik
ShahbadKrishan Bedi
SirsaPradeep Ratusariya
SohnaSanjay Singh
SonipatKavita Jain
ThanesarSubhash Sudha
TigaonRajesh Nagar
TohanaSubhash Barala
ToshamShashiranjan Parmar
Uchana KalanUchana Kalan - Prem Lala
UklanaAsha Khedar
Yamuna NagarGhanshyam Das Arora


Now the BJP is facing the assembly elections 2019 with its aim of “Mission 75 Plus” hoping to sweep the state for the second time after the recent Lok Sabha elections. In 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP had won from all the 10 constituencies in Haryana.

The main contest in Haryana this time is going to be between the BJP and the Congress Party as INLD and the newly formed JJP which had split from INLD are facing the tough war due to factionalism. A number of MPs and MLAs from these parties have moved to the BJP before the upcoming polls. BJP is fighting from all the constituencies independently. Chief Minister M L Khattar who is representing the BJP government in the state is hopeful to win from more than 75 seats in the assembly elections 2019.

See also:
Haryana Vidhan Sabha elections 2019 – Nominations, voting, counting schedule and all you need to know

Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha elections 2019 – Nominations, voting, counting schedule and all you need to know
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