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BJP candidate list for Haryana Vidhan Sabha elections 2019

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

Constituency

BJP Candidate Name

Adampur

Sonali Phogat

Ambala Cantt

Anil Vij

Ambala City

Ashim Goyal

Assandh

Sardar Bakshi Singh Virk

Ateli

Sita Ram Yadav

Badhra

Sukhvinder Mandi

Badkhal

Seema Tirkha

Badli

Omparkash Dhankhad

Badshahpur

Manish Yadav

Bahadurgarh

Naresh Kaushik

Ballabgarh

Moolchand Sharma

Baroda

Yogeshwar Dutt

Barwala

Surender Puniya

Bawal

Dr. Banwari Lal

Bawani Khera

Bishambhar Balmiki

Beri

Vikram Kadyan

Bhiwani

Ghanshyam Sharaf

Charkhi Dadri

Ms. Babita Phogat

Dabwali

Aditya Devilal

Ellenabad

Pawan Beniwal

Faridabad

Nagendra Bhadana

Faridabad NIT

Narender Gupta

Fatehabad

Dudram Bishnoi

Ferozepur Jhirka

Naseem Ahmed

Ganaur

Nirmal Choudhary

Garhi Sampla-Kiloi

Satish Nandal

Gharaunda

Harvinder Kalyan

Gohana

Tirath Singh Rana

Guhla

Ravi Taranvali

Gurgaon

Sudhir Singla

Hansi

Vinod Bhyana

Hathin

Hathin - Praveen Dagar

Hisar

Dr. Kamal Gupta

Hodal

Jagdish Nayar

Indri

Ramkumar Kashyap

Israna

Krishan Panwar

Jagadhri

Kanwarpal Gurjar

Jhajjar

Dr. Rakesh Kumar

Jind

Dr. Krishan Midda

Julana

Parmender Dhul

Kaithal

Lila Ram Gurjar

Kalanaur

Ramavtar Balmiki

Kalanwali

Balkaur Singh

Kalayat

Kamlesh Dhanda

Kalka

Latika Sharma

Karnal

Manohar Lal Khattar

Kharkhauda

Meena Narwal

Kosli

Laxman Yadav

Ladwa

Pawan Saini

Loharu

J.P. Dalal

Mahendragarh

Rambilash Sharma

Meham

Shamsher Kharkada

Mulana

Rajveer Barada

Nalwa

Ranveer Gangva

Nangal Chaudhry

Chaudhry Abhay Singh Yadav

Naraingarh

Surendar Rana

Narnaul

Omprakash Yadav

Narnaund

Capt. Abhimanyu

Narwana

Santosh Danoda

Nilokheri

Bhagwan Das Kabirpanthi

Nuh

Zakir Hussain

Palwal

Deepak Mangl

Panchkula

Gyan Chand Gupta

Panipat City

Pramod

Panipat Rural

Mahipal Dhandha

Pataudi

Satya Prakash Jaravata

Pehowa

Sardar Sandeep Singh

Prithla

Sohanpal Chhaukkar

Punahana

Kum. Nouksham Choudhary

Pundri

Vedpal Advocate

Radaur

Karndev Kamboj

Rai

Mohan Lal Kaushik Badoli

Rania

Ramchandra Kamboj

Ratia

Laxman Napa

Rewari

Sunil Musepur

Rohtak

Manish Grover

Sadhaura

Balwant Singh

Safidon

Bachchan Singh Arya

Samalkha

Shashikant Kaushik

Shahbad

Krishan Bedi

Sirsa

Pradeep Ratusariya

Sohna

Sanjay Singh

Sonipat

Kavita Jain

Thanesar

Subhash Sudha

Tigaon

Rajesh Nagar

Tohana

Subhash Barala

Tosham

Shashiranjan Parmar

Uchana Kalan

Uchana Kalan - Prem Lala

Uklana

Asha Khedar

Yamuna Nagar

Ghanshyam 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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