Haryana Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 : BJP Lead in Haryana

Haryana Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 : BJP Lead in Haryana

Haryana Lok Sabha Election Results 2019: Leaving rivals Congress, Indian National Lok Dal, AAP-JJP alliance and the political clout of four prominent Haryana families in the dust, the Bharatiya Janata Party received a thumping mandate in the state on Thursday. By noon, the BJP had established massive, practically unassailable leads, in nine out ten  Lok Sabha seats in the state and was on its way to upset the Hooda clan in Rohtak and Sonipat.
In Karnal, BJP leader Sanjay Bhatia, a Manohar Lal Khattar confidante and “Bunty Bhai” to his party workers and supporters, led his nearest rival, Congress’ Kuldip Sharma by an astonishing margin of almost 4 lakh votes votes before it was time to break for lunch.
In Bhiwani-Mahendragarh, where former Haryana CM Bansi Lal’s granddaughter Shruti Choudhry was fighting for her family legacy on a Congress ticket, BJP’s Dharambir Singh led comfortably by a margin of over 2,40,000 votes.
In all seats except Rohtak, BJP candidates led by a margin of at least 1,25,000 votes. Krishan Pal, Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment in Government of India, led Congress’ Avtar Singh Bhadana by over 2,38,000 votes. In Gurgaon, a mix of urban and rural electors, Rao Inderjit Singh led Captain Ajay Singh of Congress by over 2,37,000 votes.
In Hisar, which was touted to be a triangular contest between BJP, Congress and JJP, the saffron party’s Brijendra Singh, son of Union Minister Birender Singh, led incumbent MP Dushyant Chautala by over 2,40,000 votes.
All 10 constituencies of Haryana voted together on the sixth phase on May 12. Each of the constituencies comprises of 10 assembly seats each. The Aam Aadmi Party that allied with the Jananayak Janata Party (JJP) tried to rope Congress in a trio-alliance, in exchange for a partnership in Delhi, but that never happened.
Dharambir Singh from Bhiwani-Mahendragarh, Krishan Pal from Faridabad, Rao Inderjeet Singh from Gurgaon, Brijendra Singh from Hisar and Nayab Singh from Kurukshetra have also crossed margin of over two lakh votes. In three other constituencies – Ambala, Sirsa and Sonipat, the BJP candidates Rattan Lal Kataria, Sunita Duggal and Ramesh Chander Kaushik have crossed margins of over one lakh votes against their immediate opponents, respectively. Kataria, Dharambir, Pal and Rao are sitting MPs. Dharambir, Brijendra, Duggal, Kaushik and Nayab have already crossed the victory margins of 2014. Rahul Gandhi has campaigned in Bhiwani, Gurugram, Kurukshetra and Karnal apart from Sirsa.

Alliance / Party 2019
Wins + Leads
2019
Wins
2019
Leads
BJP 10 1 9
IND 0 0 0
RJAVP 0 0 0
MYSP 0 0 0
BHMP 0 0 0
RMEP 0 0 0
SUCI 0 0 0
LSP 0 0 0
AIFB 0 0 0
RBGSP 0 0 0
BHJP 0 0 0
CPM 0 0 0
RGBP 0 0 0
SMNP 0 0 0
ADJSP 0 0 0
JJJKP 0 0 0
DSPD 0 0 0
RPI 0 0 0
BKP 0 0 0
HCP 0 0 0
ABD 0 0 0
RPIE 0 0 0
TOP 0 0 0
AVP 0 0 0
LKSP 0 0 0
RAVP 0 0 0
RASP 0 0 0
DKP 0 0 0
VTP 0 0 0
RRP 0 0 0
RNMP 0 0 0
ABJS 0 0 0
IND 0 0 0
IND 0 0 0
Nota 0 0 0
IND 0 0 0
BSP 0 0 0
INLD 0 0 0
RPI(A) 0 0 0
INC 0 0 0
IND 0 0 0
IND 0 0 0
AKAP 0 0 0
PPI(D) 0 0 0
BMP 0 0 0
PSP(L) 0 0 0
IND 0 0 0
IND 0 0 0
RLKP 0 0 0
AAP 0 0 0
BPHP 0 0 0
NVNP 0 0 0
BJSMP 0 0 0
RMPOI 0 0 0
SPKP 0 0 0
SS 0 0 0
JNKP 0 0 0
IND 0 0 0
IND 0 0 0
BSCP 0 0 0
IND 0 0 0
IND 0 0 0
IND 0 0 0
IND 0 0 0
CPI 0 0 0
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