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Haryana Assembly election results 2019: Here's the complete list of BJP winners

The results of the Haryana Assembly election were out on October 24. The state witnessed a tough fight between the Bhartiya Janata Party and the Indian National Congress. While the exit polls suggested a clean sweep of the BJP, stakes were high for the Congress party after their underwhelming performance in the Lok Sabha elections 2019. However, the BJP fell short of six seats, which were required to form the next government.and will likely opt for a hung assembly.

Haryana Assembly election results 2019: Here's the complete list of BJP winners

New Delhi: The results of the Haryana Assembly election were out on October 24. The state witnessed a tough fight between the Bhartiya Janata Party and the Indian National Congress. While the exit polls suggested a clean sweep of the BJP, stakes were high for the Congress party after their underwhelming performance in the Lok Sabha elections 2019. However, the BJP fell short of six seats, which were required to form the next government.and will likely opt for a hung assembly.

Haryana witnessed a comparatively lower voter turnout from the 2014 Assembly elections. The total vote count recorded was 69.36 per cent and 67.12 per cent women voters. The highest turnout was recorded in Ellenabad constituency at 83.62 per cent while the lowest voter turnout was recorded in Badkhal at 49.18 per cent. The latest trend shows a tough fight between the Bhartiya Janata Party and the Congress. While BJP is leading on 42 seats, Congress is not far behind at 32.

Here's the complete list of BJP winners in Haryana 

Constituency Candidate Party Status  
Panchkula GIAN
  CHAND GUPTA
BJP Won  
Ambala Cantt ANIL
  VIJ
BJP Won  
Ambala City ASEEM
  GOEL
BJP Won  
Jagadhri Kanwar
  Pal
BJP Won  
Yamunanagar GHANSHYAM
  DASS
BJP    
Thanesar SUBHASH
  SUDHA
BJP Won  
Pehowa SANDEEP
  SINGH
BJP Won  
         
Kalayat KAMLESH
  DHANDA
BJP Won  
Indri RAM
  KUMAR
BJP Won  
Karnal MANOHAR
  LAL
BJP Won  
Gharaunda HARVINDER
  KALYAN
BJP Won  
Panipat Rural MAHIPAL
  DHANDA
BJP Won  
Gurgaon SUDHIR
  SINGLA
BJP Won  
Ganaur NIRMAL
  RANI
BJP Won  
Rai MOHAN
  LAL BADOLI
BJP Won  
Jind DR
  KRISHAN LAL MIDDHA
BJP Won  
Fatehabad DURA
  RAM
BJP Won  
Ratia (SC) LAKSHMAN
  NAPA
BJP Won  
Hisar DR
  KAMAL GUPTA
BJP Won  
Nalwa RANBIR
  GANGWA
BJP Won  
Loharu JAI
  PARKASH DALAL
BJP Won  
Bhiwani GHANSHYAM
  SARAF
BJP Won  
Bawani Khera (SC) BISHAMBER
  SINGH
BJP Won  
Ateli SITARAM BJP Won  
Narnaul OM
  PRAKASH YADAV
BJP Won  
Nangal Choudhary DR
  ABHE SINGH YADAV
BJP Won  
Bawal (SC) DR
  BANWARI LAL
BJP Won  
Kosli LAXMAN
  SINGH YADAV
BJP Won  
Pataudi (SC) SATYA
  PRAKASH
BJP Won  
Gurgaon SUDHIR
  SINGLA
BJP    
Sohna SANJAY
  SINGH
BJP    
Hathin PRAVEEN
  DAGAR
BJP    
Hodal (SC) JAGDISH
  NAYAR
BJP Won  
Palwal DEEPAK
  MANGLA
BJP Won  
Badkhal SEEMA
  TRIKHA
BJP Won  
Ballabhgarh MOOL
  CHAND SHARMA
BJP Won  
Panipat City PARMOD
  KUMAR VIJ
BJP Won  
Hansi VINOD
  BHAYANA
BJP Won  
Kaithal LEELA
  RAM
BJP Won  
Faridabad NARENDER
  GUPTA
BJP Won  
Tigaon RAJESH
  NAGAR
BJP Won  

Counting centres were set in each of the 90 constituencies and an additional center in Gurgaon's Badshahpur was set up with larger number of polling booths.

In the 2014 election, the Bharatiya Janta Party won 47 seats and the Congress could manage only 15 seats The Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) claimed 19 seats and the Bahujan Samaj Party and the Shiromani Akali Dal had one seat each and five seats were won by independent candidates.

Among the political heavyweights contesting are incumbent Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, former Congress CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda, JJP leader Dushyant Chautala and INLD's Abhay Singh Chautala. BJP ministers Ram Bilas Sharma, Anil Vij, Capt Abhimanyu, O P Dhankar and Kavita Jain are also in the fray. From Congress, Randeep Singh Surjewala, Kiran Choudhary, Ranbir Mahendra and Kuldeep Bishnoi are some leaders who are eyeing the seats. This time the BJP has fielded some of the non-political figures including wrestlers Babita Phogat and Yogeshwar Dutt, former India Hockey player Sandeep Singh and TikTok sensation Sonali Phogat