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HindustanTimes Thu,02 Oct 2014

BJP wins 7, INLD gets 2 seats in Haryana

HT Correspondents, Hindustan Times  Chandigarh, May 16, 2014
First Published: 07:44 IST(16/5/2014) | Last Updated: 20:41 IST(16/5/2014)

BJP bags seven out of eight seats it contested in Haryana. Rao Inderjit Singh (Gurgaon), KP Gujjar (Faridabad), Dharambir Singh (Bhiwani-Mahendergarh), Ramesh Kaushik (Sonepat), Ashwani Chopra (Karnal), Rajkumar Saini (Kurukshetra) and RL Kataria (Ambala) were declared elected.

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INLDs Dushyant Chautala wins Hisar and Charanjit Singh wins from Sirsa. Deepender Hooda of Congress retains Rohtak.

Raj Kumar Saini of the BJP declared winner from Kurukshetra Lok Sabha seat. Saini got 4,18,112 votes whereas Balbir Singh Saini of the INLD got 2,88,376 votes. Two-time Congress MP Naveen Jindal finished third with 2,87,722 votes.

INLDs Dushyant Chautala wins Hisar and Charanjit Singh wins from Sirsa. Deepender Hooda of Congress retains Rohtak.

Hat-trick for Cong candidate Deepender Singh Hooda; wins Rohtak seat for third consecutive time.

BJP’s Rattan Lal Kataria wins Ambala LS seat by over 3.47 lakh votes; Congress’ Raj Kumar Balmiki finishes second.
 
BJP’s Krishan Pal Gurjar’s win certain with over 3.48 lakh margin in Faridabad seat, Congress’ Avtar Bhadana trails second.
 
BJP’s Rao Inderjit Singh leads in Gurgaon Lok Sabha seat by over 1.92 lakh votes; INLD’s Zakir Hussain trailing second

INLD's Charanjit Singh Rori leading by 1,12881 from Sirsa, certain to win, last round in progress.

INLD's Dushyant Chautala leading by over 20,000 votes in Hisar, certain to win with just two rounds of counting left.

BJP’s Rao Inderjit Singh leads in Gurgaon Lok Sabha seat by over 75,000 votes; INLD’s Zakir Hussain trailing second.
 
BJP’s Krishan Pal Gurjar leads by over 1.5 lakh votes in Faridabad seat, Congress’ Avtar Bhadana trails second.
 
BJP’s Rattan Lal Kataria leading in Ambala LS seat by over 3.3 lakh votes; Congress’ Raj Kumar Balmiki trails second.

The BJP seems well on track to win 7 out 8 seats it contested in Haryana. Barring Rohtak, where Deepender Hooda of the Congress is certain to get a third term, the BJP is almost certain to win Faridabad, Bhiwani-Mahendergarh, Gurgaon, Karnal. Kurukshetra, Sonepat and Ambala. INLD looks certain to win Sirsa seat.

HJC's Kuldeep Bishnoi leads by 13880 votes at 12 at Hisar seat.

BJP’s Rao Inderjit Singh leads in Gurgaon Lok Sabha seat by over 56,000 votes; INLD’s Zakir Hussain trailing second

BJP’s Krishan Pal Gurjar leads by over 96,000 votes in Faridabad seat, Congress’ Avtar Bhadana trails second

BJP’s Rattan Lal Kataria leading in Ambala LS seat by over 2.55 lakh votes; Congress’ Raj Kumar Balmiki trails second

BJP’s Krishan Pal Gurjar leads by over 32,000 votes in Faridabad seat, Congress’ Avtar Bhadana trails second

BJP’s Rao Inderjit Singh leads in Gurgaon Lok Sabha seat by over 15,000 votes; INLD’s Zakir Hussain trailing second

BJP’s Rattan Lal Kataria leading in Ambala LS seat by over 1.5 lakh votes; Congress’ Raj Kumar Balmiki trails second

BJP's Rattan Lal Kataria from Ambala, BJP's Ashwani Chopra from Karnal and Congress Deepender Hooda from Rohtak take sizeable lead of 80,000, 54,000 and 48,000 respectively.

BJP’s Rao Inderjit Singh leads in Gurgaon Lok Sabha seat by over 600 votes; INLD’s Zakir Hussain trailing second.

BJP-HJC ahead in seven Lok Sabha seats in Haryana.

Congress Deepender Hooda leads by 26,413 votes in Rohtak, BJP's Ramesh Kaushik leads by 4056 votes from Sonepat, INLD Charanjit Singh leads by 1172 votes.

Dharambir Singh of BJP leads by 2000 votes from Bhiwani-Mahendergarh.

Krishan Pal Gujjar of BJP leads by 1200 from Faridabad.

BJP's Rattan Lal Kataria from Ambala, BJP's Ashwani Chopra from Karnal and Congress Deepender Hooda from Rohtak take sizeable lead of 80,000, 54,000 and 48,000 respectively.

Raj Kumar Saini of BJP leading by 2465 votes in Kurukshetra, Naveen Jindal of Congress third at 1925 votes.

 

INLD's Dushyant Chautala leads by 1038 votes from Hisar

 

Jagbir Malik of Congress leads from Sonepat by 125 votes

 

Ashwani Chopra of BJP leads by 6442 from Karnal

 

Ashok Tanwar of Congress leads by 1600 votes from Sirsa after first round of counting.


Rattan Lal Kataria of BJP leads by 237 votes from Ambala (SC) after first round

 


Deepender Hooda of Congress leads from Rohtak by 4000 votes after first round


Counting begins for 10 Lok Sabha seats at 8 a.m.

All set for counting of votes in Haryana


All necessary arrangements are in place for the counting of votes at 90 centres in Haryana tomorrow, state Chief Electoral Officer Shrikant Walgad said on Thursday.

The counting would commence at 8 am and it would be held at the centres set up across 32 locations in the state while 32 Election Observers would also be on duty, he said.

The Assistant Returning Officers would conduct the counting of votes at these centres, he informed.

Tight security arrangements have been put in place for the counting process and as part of security measures a three-tier cordoning system would be in place to prevent unauthorised entry inside counting centres, Walgad said.

The EVMs would be taken to the voting hall or centre from the strongroom in the morning tomorrow. Initially, the postal ballots would be counted, after which the counting of votes would begin at 8.30 am, Walgad said, adding that the entire process of transportation of EVMs would be videographed.

Elections to the 10 Parliamentary seats in Haryana were held on April 10. The fate of 230 candidates has been sealed in the EVMs by nearly 72 per cent of the 1.6 crore electorate who had cast their votes.

In 2009, Congress had won nine seats and Haryana Janhit Congress one.

Among the prominent contenders whose fate would be known tomorrow are Congress' Deepinder Hooda, Naveen Jindal, state party chief Ashok Tanwar, Shruti Choudhry, Arvind Sharma and Avtar Singh Bhadana, all seeking re-election from their respective constituencies of Rohtak, Kurukshetra, Sirsa (SC), Bhiwani-Mahendergarh, Karnal and Faridabad.

From Hisar, the fate of Haryana Janhit Congress chief Kuldeep Bishnoi, who is seeking re-election from here, will be also be known tomorrow.

From Gurgaon seat, the fate of former Union Minister Rao Inderjit Singh, who quit Congress to join BJP, and is locked in contest against Aam Aadmi Party's Yogendra Yadav, will also become clear.

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