checkout Haryana winner, leading candidate list for state election 2019

Rohtak: Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacts with Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar during a rally ahead of the upcoming Haryana Assembly Elections in Rohtak, Haryana on Sep 8, 2019. (Photo: IANS)



Constituency Name2019 WinnerParty NameStatus
AdampurKuldeep BishnoiINCwon
Ambala CanttAnil VijBJPLeading
Ambala CityAseem GoelBJPLeading
AssandhNarender SinghBSPLeading
AteliSitaramBJPLeading
BadhraNaina SinghJJPwon
BadkhalSeema TrikhaBJPwon
BadliKuldeep VatsINCLeading
BadshahpurRakesh DaultabadINDLeading
BahadurgarhRajinder Singh JoonINCLeading
BallabgarhMool Chand SharmaBJPwon
BarodaSri Krishan HoodaINCwon
BarwalaJogi Ram SihagJJPLeading
BawalDr. Banwari LalBJPLeading
Bawani KheraBishamber SinghBJPLeading
BeriDr. Raghuvir Singh KadianINCwon
BhiwaniGhanshyam SarafBJPLeading
Charkhi DadriBabita KumariBJPLeading
DabwaliAmit SihagINCLeading
EllenabadAbhay Singh ChautalaINLDLeading
FaridabadNarender GuptaBJPLeading
Faridabad NITNeeraj SharmaINCLeading
FatehabadDura RamBJPLeading
Ferozepur JhirkaMamman KhanINCwon
GanaurNirmal RaniBJPLeading
Garhi Sampla-KiloiBhupinder Singh HoodaINCwon
GharaundaHarvinder KalyanBJPLeading
GohanaJagbir Singh MalikINCwon
GuhlaIshwar SinghJJPLeading
GurgaonSudhir SinglaBJPLeading
HansiVinod BhayanaBJPwon
HathinHarsh KumarJJPLeading
HisarDr. Kamal GuptaBJPwon
HodalUdai BhanINCLeading
IndriRam KumarBJPLeading
IsranaBalbir SinghINCwon
JagadhriAkram KhanINCLeading
JhajjarGeeta BhukkalINCLeading
JindDr. Krishan Lal MiddhaBJPwon
JulanaAmarjeet DhandaJJPwon
KaithalLeela RamBJPwon
KalanaurRamavtar BalmikiBJPLeading
KalanwaliShishpal SinghINCLeading
KalayatKamlesh DhandaBJPLeading
KalkaPardeep ChaudharyINCwon
KarnalManohar LalBJPLeading
KharkhaudaJaiveer SinghINCwon
KosliLaxman Singh YadavBJPLeading
LadwaMewa SinghINCLeading
LoharuJai Parkash DalalBJPwon
MahendragarhRao Dan SinghINCLeading
MehamBalraj KunduINDLeading
MulanaVarun ChaudharyINCLeading
NalwaRanbir GangwaBJPwon
Nagal ChaudhryDr. Abhe Singh YadavBJPwon
NaraingarhShalleyINCwon
NarnaulOm Prakash YadavBJPwon
NarnaundRam Kumar GautamJJPwon
NarwanaRam NiwasJJPLeading
NilokheriBhagwan DassBJPLeading
NuhZakir HussainBJPLeading
PalwalDeepak ManglaBJPLeading
PanchkulaGian Chand GuptaBJPLeading
Panipat CityParmod Kumar VijBJPwon
Panipat RuralMahipal DhandaBJPwon
PataudiSatya PrakashBJPLeading
PehowaSandeep SinghBJPLeading
PrithlaNayan Pal RawatINDwon
PunahanaMohammad IlyasINCLeading
PundriRandhir Singh GollenINDwon
RadaurBishan LalINCLeading
RaiMohan Lal BadoliBJPLeading
RaniaRanjit SinghINDLeading
RatiaJarnail SinghINCLeading
RewariChiranjeev RaoINCLeading
RohtakBharat Bhushan BatraINCLeading
SadhauraRenu BalaINCLeading
SafidonBachan Singh AryaBJPLeading
SamalkhaDharam Singh ChhokerINCWon
ShahbadRam KaranJJPWon
SirsaGokul SetiaINDLeading
SohnaSajnay singhBJPLeading
SonipatSurender PanwarINCWon
ThanesarSubhash SudhaBJPWon
TigaonRajesh NagarBJPLeading
TohanaDevender Singh BabliJJPWon
ToshamKiran ChoudhryINCLeading
Uchana KalanDushyant ChautalaJJPWon
UklanaAnoop DhanakJJPWon
Yamuna NagarDilbag SinghINLDLeading

Here's a list of all the candidates contesting elections for seat in Haryana Vidhan Sabha (BJP, INC, JJP, INLD)

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Haryana
Constituency Congress candidate name BJP Candidate Name INLD candidate name JJP candidate name
Adampur Kuldeep Bishnoi Sonali Phogat
Ambala Cantt Smt. Venu Singla Aggarwal Anil Vij
Ambala City Jasbeer Mallour Ashim Goyal
Assandh Shamsher Singh Virk Gogi Sardar Bakshi Singh Virk
Ateli Rao Arjun Singh Sita Ram Yadav
Badhra Rambir Mahendra Sukhvinder Mandi
Badkhal Vijay Pratap Singh Seema Tirkha
Badli Kuldeep Vats Omparkash Dhankhad
Badshahpur Kamal Vir Yadav Manish Yadav
Bahadurgarh Rajinder Joon Naresh Kaushik
Ballabgarh Anand Kaushik Moolchand Sharma
Baroda Sri Krishan Hooda Yogeshwar Dutt
Barwala Bhupender Ganguar Surender Puniya
Bawal M L Ranga Dr. Banwari Lal
Bawani Khera Ram Kishan Fauji Bishambhar Balmiki
Beri R S Kadiyan Vikram Kadyan
Bhiwani Amar Singh Ghanshyam Sharaf
Charkhi Dadri Major. Nirpender S Sangwan Ms. Babita Phogat
Dabwali Amit Sihag Aditya Devilal
Ellenabad Bharat Singh Beniwal Pawan Beniwal
Faridabad Lakhan Kumar Singla Nagendra Bhadana
Faridabad NIT Neeraj Sharma Narender Gupta
Fatehabad Prahlad Singh Gillankhera Dudram Bishnoi
Ferozepur Jhirka Mamman Khan Naseem Ahmed
Ganaur Kuldeep Sharma Nirmal Choudhary
Garhi Sampla-Kiloi Bhupinder Singh Hooda Satish Nandal
Gharaunda Anil Rana Harvinder Kalyan
Gohana Jagbir Singh Malik Tirath Singh Rana
Guhla Dillu Ram Ravi Taranvali
Gurgaon Sukhbir Kataria Sudhir Singla
Hansi Om Prakash Panghal Vinod Bhyana
Hathin Mohammad Israil Hathin - Praveen Dagar
Hisar Ram Niwas Rada Dr. Kamal Gupta
Hodal Udai Bhan Jagdish Nayar
Indri Navjot Kashyap Panwar Ramkumar Kashyap
Israna Balbir Balmiki Krishan Panwar
Jagadhri Akram Khan Kanwarpal Gurjar
Jhajjar Smt. Geeta Bhukkal Dr. Rakesh Kumar
Jind Anshul Singla Dr. Krishan Midda
Julana Dharmendra Dhull Parmender Dhul
Kaithal Randeep Surjewala Lila Ram Gurjar
Kalanaur Smt. Shakuntla Khatak Ramavtar Balmiki
Kalanwali Shishpal Keharwala Balkaur Singh
Kalayat Jai Prakash Kamlesh Dhanda
Kalka Pradeep Choudhary Latika Sharma
Karnal Tarlochan Singh Manohar Lal Khattar
Kharkhauda Jaiveer Balmiki Meena Narwal
Kosli Yaduvender Yadav Laxman Yadav
Ladwa Mewa Singh Pawan Saini
Loharu Somvir Singh J.P. Dalal
Mahendragarh Rao Daan Singh Rambilash Sharma
Meham A S Dangi Shamsher Kharkada
Mulana Varun Chaudhary Rajveer Barada
Nalwa Randhir Panihar Ranveer Gangva
Nangal Chaudhry Raja Ram Golwa Chaudhry Abhay Singh Yadav
Naraingarh Smt. Shalley Surendar Rana
Narnaul Narendra Singh Omprakash Yadav
Narnaund Baljeet Sihag Capt. Abhimanyu
Narwana Vidya Rani Santosh Danoda
Nilokheri Banta Ram Balmiki Bhagwan Das Kabirpanthi
Nuh Aftab Ahmed Zakir Hussain
Palwal Karan Dalal Deepak Mangl
Panchkula Chander Mohan Gyan Chand Gupta
Panipat City Sanjay Aggarwal Pramod
Panipat Rural OP Jain Mahipal Dhandha
Pataudi Sudhir Chaudhary Satya Prakash Jaravata
Pehowa Mandeep Singh Chatha Sardar Sandeep Singh
Prithla Raghuveer Tewatia Sohanpal Chhaukkar
Punahana Mohd Ajaz Khan Kum. Nouksham Choudhary
Pundri Satbir Singh Jangra Vedpal Advocate
Radaur Bishan Lal Saini Karndev Kamboj
Rai Teerath Dahiya Mohan Lal Kaushik Badoli
Rania Vineet Kamboj Ramchandra Kamboj
Ratia Jarnail Singh Laxman Napa
Rewari Chirnjeev Rao Sunil Musepur
Rohtak B B Batra Manish Grover
Sadhaura Smt. Renu Bala Balwant Singh
Safidon Subhash Deswal Bachchan Singh Arya
Samalkha Dharam Singh Chhokkar Shashikant Kaushik
Shahbad Anil Dhantori Krishan Bedi
Sirsa Hoshiyari Lal Sharma Pradeep Ratusariya
Sohna Shamsuddin Sanjay Singh
Sonipat Surender Panwar Kavita Jain
Thanesar Ashok Arora Subhash Sudha
Tigaon Lalit Nagar Rajesh Nagar
Tohana Paramveer Singh Subhash Barala
Tosham Smt. Kiran Chaudhary Shashiranjan Parmar
Uchana Kalan Balram Katwal Uchana Kalan - Prem Lala
Uklana Smt. Bala Devi Asha Khedar
Yamuna Nagar Smt. Nirmal Ghanshyam Das Arora



Haryana is going for the assembly election polls on October 21, 2019. The election commission has declared that all the 90 seats of the state will go for polling on the same day in one phase. The votes will be counted and the results will be declared on October 24, 2019. When the election scene is turning hot in the state, the major political parties have been announcing their list of candidates who will fight from the state’s different constituencies.

BJP is fielding the Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Khattar from the Karnal seat. The new entrants to the party namely wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt, ex-hockey captain Sandeep Singh and wrestler Babita Phogat will be fielded from Baroda, Pehowa, and Dadri respectively. BJP has not given ticket to seven sitting MLAs. However, 38 present MLAs are going to contest once again in the upcoming elections. BJP is fielding nine women and two Muslim candidates. BJP is looking forward to win not less than 75 out of 90 seats.

BSP is fielding two women candidates namely Shakuntala Bhatti and Sunita Dhull from Shahbad (SC) and Pundri segments respectively. BSP has withdrawn its alliance with the Jannayak Janata Party and has decided to face the lections independently. Mayawati has also said the party will contest in all the 90 seats of Haryana as they have stepped back from forming an alliance with the Congress too.

The Loktanra Suraksha Party (LSP) headed by Kurukshetra MP Raj Kumar Saini is also contesting in the upcoming assembly polls. The party has so far announced a list of 16 candidates who will be fielded from the different constituencies of the state. The top highlight of the list is the state party president Bharat Singh Chhokar, who will be fighting from Samalkha seat.

The main contest in the assembly elections 2019 in Haryana is between the BJP which is ruling the state at present and the Congress Party (INC). However, we cannot rule out the importance of the other parties in the lection scene this time. Parties like Indian National Lok Dal, JJP which was formed after a split in the INLD, LSP, AAP, and Swaraj India party are other key contestants.

The Congress party has said it will announce the list of candidates for the assembly elections 2019 in Haryana shortly. However, the party MLA Anand Singh Dangi has filed his nomination saying, "I don't need to ask anyone for a ticket and I am certain that I will win. There is no competition against me. I have huge support in the constituency.”

In an interesting move, Ex-BSF man Tej Bahadur Yadav walks into JJP. He will be nominated by the party to contest against the Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar. He was dismissed in 2017 after he was charged for posting a video showing the troops being served a poor quality food. JJP which has established itself as an independent party after a split from INLD will face the elections alone to test its luck in its maiden elections.

See Also

Congress candidate list for Haryana Vidhan Sabha elections 2019
BJP candidate list for Haryana Vidhan Sabha elections 2019

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