Haryana Election Results 2019: Seven ministers are trailing as both the ruling BJP and the Congress are locked in a tough contest on Thursday with no party looking set to attain majority on its own in the 90-member assembly, according to the latest trends. The BJP, which had set a target of winning 75 seats ahead of the polls, is leading in 38 seats, while the Congress is ahead in 32 constituencies. The fledgling Jannayak Janta Party, which fought its maiden assembly polls, is also ahead in 10 seats. If the trends hold, the JJP could likely emerge as the kingmaker and hold the key to formation of the next government.
The Indian National Lok Dal is ahead in two seats, while the Bahujan Samaj Party and the Loktanter Suraksha Party are leading in one constituencies each, according to the latest trends.
Haryana Election Results: Here are all the updates:
As per the official trends by the Election Commission, BJP has won 26 seats and is leading on 14 taking a total lead on 40 seats.
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has sought an appointment at 6 pm from the Governor to meet him.
Haryana Lokhit Party (HLP) candidate Gopal Kanda wins from Sirsa constituency by 602 votes.
Independent candidate Rakesh Daultabad wins from Badshahpur Assembly constituency by 10,157 votes.
Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) candidate Jogi Ram Sihag wins from Barwala seat by 3,908 votes.
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on being asked 'Do you give credit to Bhupinder Singh Hooda for Haryana?: 100%, to our party, to our party workers. We really won the show, with a little more effort we would have won.
Dushyant Chautala, JJP: Counting of slips from a VVPAT is underway. As soon as I get certificate, I'll discuss with everyone,hold meeting with MLAs tomorrow&decide future course of action.Too early to say anything. I believe state wants change and JJP will bring it.
I thank people who supported me. The kind of respect they gave me, I am thankful for it. People trust the work by BJP and that's why they vote for the party: BJP's Babita Phogat
Former India Hockey captain and BJP candidate, Sandeep Singh, wins from Haryana's Pehowa seat by 5,314 votes#HaryanaAssemblyPolls #ElectionsWithNewsNation #Elections2019— News Nation (@NewsNationTV) October 24, 2019
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BJP candidate Sandeep Singh wins from Pehowa seat by 5,314 votes.
BJP candidate Mahipal Dhanda wins from Panipat Rural seat by 21,961 votes.
BJP candidate Dr Krishan Lal Middha wins from Jind seat by 12,508 votes.
Congress candidate Mamman Singh wins from Ferozepur Jhirka seat by 37,004 votes.
BJP candidate Om Prakash Yadav wins from Narnaul by 14,715 votes.
BJP candidate Parmod Kumar Vij wins from Panipat City seat by 39,545 votes.
BJP candidate Rajesh Nagar wins from Tigaon seat by 33,841 votes.
Haryana Assembly Elections: Congress candidate Dharam Singh Chhoker wins from Samalkha seat by 14,942 votes.
Congress candidate Surender Panwar wins from Sonipat by 32,878 votes, defeats BJP candidate Kavita Jain.
Haryana Lokhit Party candidate Gopal Kanda wins from Sirsa seat by just 602 votes.
Congress candidate Jaiveer Singh wins from Kharkhauda by 1,544 votes.
BJP candidate Mool Chand Sharma wins from Ballabhgarh seat by 41,713 votes.
Congress candidate Amit Sihag wins from Dabwali by 15,647 votes.
BJP candidate Nirmal Rani wins from Ganaur by 10,280 votes
Congress candidate Jagbir Singh Malik wins from Gohana by 4,152 votes
Congress candidate Neeraj Sharma wins from Faridabad NIT by 3,242 votes.
BJP candidate Mohan Lal Badoli wins from Rai seat by 2,662 votes.
BJP candidate Kamlesh Dhanda wins from Kalayat seat by 8,974 votes.
Congress candidate Pardeep Chaudhary wins from Kalka seat by 5,931 votes.
Congress candidate Mewa Singh wins from Ladwa seat by 12,637 votes.
BJP leader and Haryana Minister Anil Vij wins from Ambala Cantt seat by 20,165 votes.
Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) candidate Naina Singh Chautala defeats Congress candidate Ranbir Singh Mahendra from Badhra by 13,704 votes.
Congress leader Kuldeep Bishnoi defeats BJP's Sonali Phogat by 29,471 votes in Adampur.
JJP candidate Ram Niwas wins from Haryana's Narwana seat by 30,692 votes#HaryanaElectionResults2019 #ElectionResults2019 #ElectionsWithNewsNation— News Nation (@NewsNationTV) October 24, 2019
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Captain Abhimanyu, Haryana Finance Minister& BJP candidate from Narnaund constituency in Hisar district: As per the latest trends, I feel that public mandate is in favor of Jannnayak Janta Party (JJP). We respect public mandate.
JJP's Amarjeet Dhanda won the Julana seat by defeating the ruling BJP's Parminder Singh Dhull by a margin of 24,193 votes in the Haryana assembly election on Thursday. Dhull, a turncoat who had joined the BJP ahead of the assembly polls, was the sitting MLA from the seat.
Former Haryana CM BS Hooda in Rohtak: The time has come for Congress, JJP, INLD, and independent candidates to come together to form a strong government.
DS Hooda, Congress: BJP is trying to pressurize independent candidates as most of them want to join us. It can't be accepted in democracy.Independent candidates should be able to freely choose the party whom they wish to support.I want to appeal to EC about it through media.
Independent candidate Nayan Pal Rawat wins from Prithla seat by 16,429 votes.
BJP candidate Subhash Sudha wins from Thanesar seat by 842 votes, defeats Ashok Kumar Arora of Congress.
Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) candidate Ram Kumar Gautam defeats BJP leader and Haryana Minister Captain Abhimanyu by 12,029 votes in Narnaund.
Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) candidate Ram Niwas wins from Narwana seat by 30,692 votes.
BJP candidates and star campaigners Babita Phogat and Yogeshwar Dutt have lost.
Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) candidate Amarjeet Dhanda wins from Julana seat by 24,193 votes.
Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) candidate Ram Karan wins from Shahbad seat by 37,127 votes.
Subhash Barala, BJP state chief and candidate from Tohana, is trailing by 22,216 votes. Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) candidate Devender Singh Babli is leading from the constituency.
BJP candidate and Olympic medallist Yogeshwar Dutt is trailing from Baroda by 3,590 votes. Congress leader Sri Kishan Hooda is leading from the constituency.
Congress leader Randeep Surjewala is leading from Kaithal assembly seat.
Congress leader Kuldeep Bishnoi is leading in Adampur. He is leading against BJP's Sonali Phogat.
Wrestler and BJP candidate from Baroda, Yogeshwar Dutt trailing by 3590 votes as per official EC trends.
Jannayak Janata Party workers in Jind celebrate as party is leading on 11 assembly seats.
BJP candidate Sandeep Singh is leading from Pehowa seat by 1,804 votes.
BJP candidate Zakir Hussain is leading from Nuh constituency by 1,040 votes.
BJP candidate Deepak Mangla is leading from Palwal seat by 11,840 votes.
Haryana Assembly Elections: Chander Mohan, Congress leader and son of Bhajan Lal, is trailing from Panchkula seat by 4,066 votes. BJP's Gian Chand Gupta is leading from the constituency.
Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) candidate Abhay Singh Chautala is leading from Ellenabad seat by 4,263 votes.
Haryana Assembly Polls: Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) candidate Dilbag Singh is leading from Yamunanagar seat by 4,335 votes.
BJP candidate Seema Trikha is leading from Badkhal seat by 3,241 votes.
BJP candidate Sitaram is leading from Ateli seat by 540 votes.
Congress candidate Neeraj Sharma is leading from Faridabad NIT constituency by 2,255 votes.
BJP's Narender Gupta is leading from Faridabad seat by 3,050 votes.
Loktanter Suraksha Party leader and BJP rebel Raj Kumar Saini is leading from Gohana seat by 9,740 votes.
Independent candidate Gokul Setia is leading from Sirsa constituency by 2,207 votes.
Independent candidate Ranjit Singh is leading from Rania constituency by 15,868 votes.
Congress offers Deputy CM post to JJP.
Independent candidate Randhir Singh Gollen is leading from Pundri constituency by 8,656 votes.
Independent candidate Nayan Pal Rawat is leading from Prithla constituency by 4,021 votes.
Independent candidate Balraj Kundu is leading from Meham seat by 5,740 votes.
Independent candidate Rakesh Daultabad is leading from Badshahpur seat by 8,988 votes.
Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) candidate Naina Singh Chautala is leading from Badhra seat by 5,536 votes. Congress leader and former BCCI chief Ranbir Singh Mahendra is trailing.
BJP candidate Aseem Goel Naneola is leading from Ambala City seat by 2,154 votes.
Congress candidate Shamsher Singh Gogi is leading from Assandh constituency by 374 votes.
BJP leader and Haryana Minister Anil Vij is leading from Ambala Cantt constituency by 3,569 votes.
Congress leader Kuldeep Bishnoi is leading from Adampur seat by 16,185 votes. BJP's Sonali Phogat is trailing.
The BJP high command has called Haryana Chief Minister ML Khattar to Delhi for consultations on Haryana election results.
Taking to Twitter, Haryana Congress chief said, "Haryana's mandate has shown that the public has rejected BJP. This is not just an electoral defeat for the BJP, but a moral loss as well. Congress will form the government in the state."
The BJP has a thin lead of 283 votes in Mahendragad assembly seat.
Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar contesting from Karnal assembly seat is leading with 14030 votes, after third round of counting.
JJP leader Dushyant Chautala leading on Haryana's Uchana Kalan assembly seat.
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Bharatiya Janata Party's Babita Phogat leading in Dadri assembly constituency.
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Congress will form government in Haryana, says Bhupinder Singh Hooda.
Neck to neck fight in Haryana:
Jannayak Janata Party key to form governmrnt in Haryana, says Dushyant Chautala.
Best of luck to my dear friend & elder brother @rssurjewala as #Haryana goes to poll today -his dedication, hard work & unwavering commitment to his constituency is inspirational & people of Kaithal will definitely bless him once more !! #HaryanaAssemblyPolls pic.twitter.com/JsAxHOVum7— Jaiveer Shergill (@JaiveerShergill) October 21, 2019
BJP's Babita Phogat trailing.
BJP's Captain Abhimanyu trailing.
Congress candidates Chaudhary Chandramohan Bishnoi and BJP candidate Gyan Chand Gupta have reached the counting centre.
JJP's Dushyant Chautala is leading from Uchana Kalan.
Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala trailing from Kaithal seat.
BJP's Subhash Barala leading from Tohana.
BJP reaches majority mark in trends, leads on 46 seats.
TikTok Star Sonali Phogat trailing in early trends.
BJP's Captain Abhimanyu leading in morning trends.
Early trends: JJP’s Naina Singh Chautala leading from Dabwali constituency.
Total early 40 trends suggest:
Early trends suggest BJP leading on 18 seats.
Early trends suggest Manohar Lal Khattar leading from Karnal seat.
Early trends: Congress leading on two seats.
Early trends suggest BJP leading on two seats.
Prominent figures in a field of 1,169 contestants include Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, senior Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda, Jannayak Janta Party leader Dushyant Chautala and Indian National Lok Dal's Abhay Singh Chautala.
Haryana ministers such as Ram Bilas Sharma, Anil Vij, Capt Abhimanyu, O P Dhankar and Kavita Jain are also in fray for the BJP.
Congress bigwigs in the contest include Randeep Singh Surjewala, Kiran Choudhary, Ranbir Mahendra and Kuldeep Bishnoi
The BJP also fielded TikTok star Sonali Phogat and three sportspersons -- Babita Phogat, Yogeshwar Dutt and Sandeep Singh.
Currently, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party has 48 members in the state assembly and the Congress has 17.
The voter turnout in polls touched 68.46 per cent. The turnout was less than the 76.54 percentage in the 2014 assembly elections and the 70.36 per cent recorded over the state's 10 parliamentary constituencies in the Lok Sabha elections this year.