Haryana Exit Poll Results 2019 highlights: Early exit polls predict landslide win for BJP in Haryana
Haryana Exit Poll Results 2019 Live Updates: Right now, all eyes are on exit polls predictions based on responses of the people who have cast their votes. The voting for assembly elections concluded at 6 pm
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On Monday, more than 12 lakh people in Haryana exercised their right to vote, the result of which will decide the fate of 54 candidates contesting from Gurgaon, Sohna, Badshahpur and Pataudi, the four constituencies in Haryana.
The voting for assembly elections concluded at 6 pm. Now the TV channels are announcing exit poll results. In order to conduct a fair elections, 1,172 polling booths were set up across Haryana.
For a smooth and hassle free voting, as many as 1,407 officials were deployed in these booths. Apart from that, additional staff of 619 officials were also on stand by to ensure smooth proceedings during Haryana Assembly elections 2019.
Right now, all eyes are on exit poll predictions based on responses of the people who have cast their votes. Assuming that the voters have correctly revealed their choice, pollsters predict the results much before the actual counting of votes.
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Exit polls predict big win for BJP in Haryana
Going by early predictions, the BJP appears to return to power with a bigger mandate in Haryana.
Different exit polls so far project a big win for Bharatiya Janata Party in the two states - Maharashtra and Haryana. Whereas its rivals flight a tough battle with poor numbers.
Here are the exit poll numbers predicted by News18
Here are the exit poll numbers as predicted by news channel News18:
BJP - 75
Congress - 10
Others - 5
BJP ahead with 75-80 seats, according to NewsX news channel’s exit poll
News channel NewsX at around 7 pm predicted these exit poll numbers in Haryana assembly elections.
BJP - 75-80
Congress - 9 - 12
Others - 1-4
Republic TV exit polls shows BJP ahead with 52-63 seats, Cong follows with 15-19
Going by Republic TV exit poll prediction, Bharatiya Janata Party is leading in Haryana assembly elections with 52-63 seats, whereas Congress follows with 15-19 seats.
BJP - 52-63 1
Congress - 9-15
Others - 12-18
Times Now exit poll prediction: BJP ahead with 71 seats
New channel Times Now’s exit poll predictions show Bharatiya Janata Party leading in Haryana with 71 seats, while Congress stands at 11 seats.
Congress - 11
BJP - 71
INLD + Akali - 0
Others - 8
In 2014, Haryana recored 76.54 per cent voter turn out
In 2014 assembly elections, Haryana recorded 76.54 per cent voter turnout. During Lok Sabha elections 2019, the state recorded 70.36 per cent voter turnout.
The Election Commission said 1,169 candidates, including 105 women, contested this election.
The BJP led by Chief Minister M L Khattar is seeking to retain power in Haryana, and had set a target of winning 75 seats.
Voter turnout 65 per cent at 6 pm: Election Commission
As the voting for the assembly elections in Haryana ended at 6 pm, the Election Commission of India revealed that the state recorded 65 per cent voter turnout.
Haryana records 62 per cent turnout
Haryana records 62 per cent turnout at close of polling for assembly elections, according to PTI
Hope youngsters vote in large numbers, PM Modi’s message
Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged people, especially the young generation, to come out and vote in large numbers in Maharashtra and Haryana.
“Elections are taking place for Haryana and Maharashtra assemblies. There are also by-polls taking place in various parts of India. I urge voters in these states and seats to turnout in record numbers and enrich the festival of democracy. I hope youngsters vote in large numbers,” the Prime Minister tweeted in the morning.
Every vote important: Amit Shah on Assembly polls
“Casteism, familism and corruption are the biggest inhibitors for the development of Haryana. Your one vote for development and nationalism will keep Haryana on the path of progress. All the brothers and sisters from Haryana vote before having food and participate in the development process of the state,” Union Home Minister Amit Shah tweeted for Assembly elections in Haryana.
Polling for 90 seats of Haryana began at 7 am and ended at 6 pm in the evening.
BJP will have record-breaking victories in Haryana: Nitin Gadkari
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Monday showed onfidence that BJP will retain power in Maharashtra and Haryana.
He said the party will have record-breaking victories in both the states this assembly elections, according to ANI
Big win predicted for BJP in Haryana
Big win is being predicted for Bharatiya Janata party in Haryana with 68-72 seats, predicts IANS-CVoter Exit Poll on Monday.
50.59 per cent polling recorded till 4 pm
Till 3:30 pm on Monday, Over 50.59 per cent voter turnout was recorded in Haryana. The fate of 1,169 candidates for the 90 member Legislative Assembly in the state will be sealed in EVMs by the voters.
Rahul Gandhi takes a swipe at BJP over EVMs
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi launched a new attack against BJP on Monday after one of its candidates in the Haryana assembly elections purportedly said that no matter which button is pressed in the electronic voting machines (EVMs), votes would go to the ruling party.
Calling him “the most honest man” in the BJP, Rahul Gandhi shared the video clip of Bakshish Singh Virk, the MLA from Assandh seat.
However, Virk termed the video “fake”.
Manohar Lal Khattar seeks second term
Bharatiya Janata Party’s Manohar Lal Khattar is seeking second term in Haryana, after winning from Karnal constituency by over 63,000 votes in the last assembly election. He is fighting from Karnal assembly seat.
BJP chases 75 plus seats in Haryana
Bharaitya Janata party is chasing 75 plus seats in the 90-member house. The main contest is between the BJP, the Congress and the Jannayak Janata Party in Haryana this Assembly elections.