BJP creates history, wins 47 out of 90 seats in Haryana
As the counting of votes for the assembly elections in Haryana, which saw its highest-ever turnout of over 76%, begins, read this section for the live updates on the Haryana assembly poll results.chandigarh Updated: Oct 19, 2014 18:23 IST
BJP creates history, wins 47 out of 90 seats in Haryana
Sushma Swaraj's sister Vandana Sharma loses to Independent candidate Jasbir Deswal in Safidon
Capt Abhimanyu wins Narnaund assembly seat by over 5,000 votes.
Venod Sharma of Haryana Jan Chetna Party (HJCP) lost to Aseem Goel of BJP by 23, 252 votes from Amabala City constituency
Meanwhile, Umesh Aggarwal of BJP defeated Gopi Chand Gahlot of INLD in Gurgaon by 84,095 votes, which is the biggest margin so far in this Haryana assembly elections.
Gopal Kanda loses Sirsa seat to INLD’s Makhan Lal by a margin of 2938 votes.
Independent Jai Prakash wins Kalayat seat from Ram Pal Majra of INLD by 8,390 votes.
INLD's Dushyant Chautala loses to BJP's Prem Lata in Uchana Kalan constituency by 7480 votes.
INLD Haryana chief, Ashok Arora loses seat from Thanesar. Subhash Sudha of BJP wins by 25638 votes.
HJC chief Kuldeep Bishnoi wins Adampur seat by a margin of 17,249 votes.
Abhay Singh Chautala wins Ellenabad seat by 11,539 votes, defeating Pawan Beniwal of BJP.
BJP’s Krishan Lal Panwar announced winner from Israna (SC) seat in Panipat. In a close contest, he defeated Balbir Singh by 1,828 votes.
INLD’s Zakir Hussain wins Nuh seat defeating Aftab Ahmed of INC by 32796 votes.
External Affairs minister Sushma Swaraj’s sister Vandna Sharma (BJP) leads by 130 votes in Safidon against Jasbir Deswal (IND).
Son of former chief minister, Bansi Lal, Ranbir Singh Mahindra (Congress Party) trails in Badhra. Sukhvinder of BJP is leading by 4422 votes.
Kuldeep Bishnoi of HJC maintains lead in Adampur against Kulveer Singh Beniwal of INLD by 17,000 votes.
Gopal Kanda trails by 2012 votes in Sirsa. Sunita Setia of BJP on number 1.
Randeep Surjewala (Cong) wins by 23,453 votes from Kaithal.
Capt. Ajay Yadav of Congress loses from Rewari, BJP candidate Randhir Kapdiwas wins.
Prem Lata of BJP maintains lead over Dushyant Chautala by 7648 votes in Uchana Kalan.
Jai Prakash (Ind) leading by 7651 votes over Ram Pal Majra of INLD in Kalayat.
Raj Singh Mor of INLD maintains lead of 15 votes over Captain Abhimanyu Singh of BJP.
Haryana minister, Kiran Choudhry maintains her lead in Tosham by 14,528 votes over Rajbir Singh Lala (IND), brother of BJP MP, Dharambir Singh
Naina Singh Chautala wife of Ajay Chautala leads with 2348 over Kamalvir Singh of Congress
Ranbir Gangwa leads by 3161 votes over Chander Mohan of HJC in Nalwa.
Manohar Lal Khattar of BJP wins Karnal seat by 63,676 vote margin.
Chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda wins Garhi Sampla seat by over 23, 000 votes.
Shakuntala khatak of Congress wins Kalanaur seat.
Jai Prakash (Ind) leading by 5032 votes over Ram Pal Majra of INLD in Kalayat.
Prem Lata of BJP leaves behind Dushyant Chautala by 6342 votes in Uchana Kalan.
Raj Singh Mor of INLD at number leaves behind Captain Abhimanyu Singh by 921 votes.
Haryana minister Kiran Choudhry maintains her lead in Tosham by 6410 votes over Rajbir Singh Lala (IND), brother of BJP MP, Dharambir Singh
Kamalvir Singh of Congress maintains his lead in Dabwali by 2992 votes over Naina Singh Chautala wife of Ajay Chautala.
Ranbir Gangwa leads by 2273 votes over Chander Mohan of HJC in Nalwa.
Haryana minister and mother of Naveen Jindal, Savitri Jindal trails in Hisar. Kamal Gupta of BJP leading with 6062 votes in Hisar. Gautam Sardana of HJC at number 2.
Latika Sharma of BJP wins Kalka assembly seat.
Randeep Surjewala ahead by 10,000 votes after fifth round in Kaithal.
BJP’s Anil Vij wins from Ambala Cantt assembly segment.
Geeta Bhukkal wins from Jhajjar.
PWD minister Randeep Singh Surjewala leading by 207 votes over Surinder Singh of BJP
Public health minister Kiran Chaudhary leads by 1932 votes.
Technical education minister Mahender Pratap Singh trails in Badhkal by 14078 votes.
Irrigation minister Captain Ajay Singh Yadav trails on Rewari seat. Randhir Singh Kapriwas of BJP leading by 4491 votes
Education minister Geeta Bhukkal leads 918 votes over Sadhu Ram of INLD.
Independent Jai Prakash leading by 13,000 votes from BJP's Dharam Pal Sharma in Kalayat. Ram Pal Majra of INLD trails from Kalayat.
BJP leading in all four seats of Gurgaon district. BJP's Umesh Agrawal leading by more than 7000 votes from Gurgaon.
Ram Pal Majra leads in Kalayat by 61 votes. Jai Prakash at number 2.
Haryana minister Kiran Chaudhary leads by 1932 votes over Rajbir Singh Lala in Tosham.
Captain Abhimanyu Singh leads on Narnaund seat.
Chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda leads in Garhi Sampla by 3523 votes.
Former deputy chief minister Chander Mohan of HJC leads in Nalwa by 621 votes. Ranbir Singh Gangwa at number 2. Senior Congress leader, Sampat Singh trails.
Dushyant Chautala leads by 762 votes in Uchana Kalan. Prem Lata wife of Birender Singh trails.
Kamalvir Singh of INC leads in Dabwali by 1984 votes. Dev Kumar Sharma of BJP at number two.
Congress Capt. Ajay Singh Yadav trails by 4491 votes from Rewari against BJP Randhir Kapidiwas.
Manohar lal khattar of BJP leading by 10,154 votes over Manoj wadhwa of INLD in Karnal.
Haryana BJP chief Ram Bilash Sharma leading by 3487 votes in Mahendragarh.
INLD chief Ashok Kumar Arora trails from Thanesar seat.
INLD MP Dushyant Chautala and Uchana Kalan candidate trailing. Prem Lata of INC leading by 592 votes.
Kuldeep Bishnoi leading in Adampur.
Renuka Bishnoi wife of Kuldeep Bishnoi leading in Hansi.
Bhupinder Singh Hooda is leading ahead of INLD's Satish Kumar Nandal by 65 votes in Garhi Sampla-Kiloi assembly segment.
Abhay Singh Chautala of INLD is trailing by 494 votes from Ellanbad against BJP's Pawan Beniwal.
Gopal Kanda of Haryana Lokhit Party is leading against Makhan Lal Singla of INLD by 695votes.
INLD's Dushyant Chautala leads in Uchana Kalan in Haryana.
Mahipal Dhanda of BJP leading by 1,993 votes over INLD’s Dhara Singh Rawal.
BJP candidate Pawan Beniwal leading on Ellenbad seat against Abhay Singh Chautala by 494 votes.
SAD candidate Balkaur Singh leading in Kalanwali.
Geeta Bhukkal leading in Jhajhar.
Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) Anil Vij is trailing by 402 votes from Nirmal Singh of Congress Party in Ambala Cant assembly segment.
Seema Trikha of BJP is leading by 4573 votes, from Mahender Partap Singh of Indian National Congress and Balkaur Singh of Shiromani Akali Dalis ahead of Shishpal Keharwala of Indian National Congress by 752 votes.
Jarnail Singh (INC) is leading from Dalbir Singh (CPM) in Ratia, while Dilbag Singh (INLD) is ahead of Ghanshyam Dass (BJP) in Yamunanagar
Kuldeep Sharma (INC) is leading in Gannaur, while Nirmal Rani (INLD) is at number two.
In Gurgaon, Umesh Aggarwal (BJP ) is leading Sukhbir Kataria (IND).
Zakir Hussain of INLD leading in Nuh.
Ramniwas Ghorela (Congress) leading in Barwala.
Seema Trikha leading in Badkhal.
Anand Kaushik of Congress leading in Faridabad
BJP leads in early trends in Haryana
Ambala Cantt: BJP's Anil Vij trailing by 402 votes from Nirmal Singh of Congress
Lalit Nagar of Congress leading in Tigaon assembly constituency from BJP's Rajesh Nagar by four votes.
BJP's Umesh Aggarwal leading from Gurgaon. Independent candidate Sukhbir Kataria is trailing behind by 14 votes.
Ram Karan of INLD is leading in Shahbad (SC) assembly constituency while BJP's Krishan Kumar is trailing behind by margin of 607 votes.
Iqbal of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is leading in the Punahana assembly constituency, while Mohammed Ilyas of Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) is at second position.
Counting begins for 90 assembly seats in Haryana.
Haryana vote count Sunday to decide fate of 1,351 candidates
The fate of 1,351 contesting candidates will be decided Sunday as the counting of votes for the 90-member Haryana assembly takes place.
"All arrangements have been made for counting of votes on Sunday. Counting of votes would be carried out at 90 counting centres in 57 places in the state," Haryana chief electoral officer Shrikant Walgad said here Saturday.
Majority of the results are expected to be out by Sunday afternoon.
Haryana's 1.63 crore electorate Wednesday set a new voting record with over 76.54 percent polling in the state's assembly elections, perking up the BJP's hopes to come to power on its own.
With most exit poll giving it a clear mandate, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) could come to power in Haryana for the first time. The BJP contested the Haryana assembly on its own for the first time.
The Today's Chanakya exit poll gave the BJP an absolute majority with 52 seats while the ABP-Nielsen survey put at the BJP count at 54 seats. The C-Voter survey gave BJP 37 seats, making it the single largest party.
"We will get a clear mandate in the election results. The BJP will form the next government on its own. We will not need the support from anyone," Haryana BJP president Ram Bilas Sharma said.
The opposition Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) too exuded confidence about the impending results but surveys put the party at second spot, far away from the majority figure. The Congress, as per the exit polls, was staring at a rout after two terms in power.
First Published: Oct 18, 2014 18:08 IST