Haryana Election 2019 Winners Full List

Haryana Assembly Election 2019 Winners Full List: The Bharatiya Janata Party has failed to win a majority in Haryana assembly elections. The party has won 40 seats, six short of the magic figure. The Congress has performed surprisingly well winning 31 seats, and Dushyant Chautala’s Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) has emerged as the ‘kingmaker’ winning ten seats in its first elections.

Most of the opening polls had predicted a comfortable victory for the BJP. However, India Today-Axis My India exit poll showed that it would not be that easy for CM Khattar as he is likely to face a tough challenge by a resurgent Congress. The BJP, which had won 47 seats in 2014, had set a target of claiming at most limited 75 seats in the 90-member Haryana Assembly.

Haryana Election 2019 Winners Full List :

ConstituencyPartyWinners
AdampurINCKuldeep Bishnoi
Ambala Cantt.BJPAnil Vij
Ambala CityBJPAseem Goel Naneola
AssandhBSPNarendra Singh
AteliBJPSitaram
BadhraJJPNaina Singh
BadkhalBJPSeema Trikha
BadliINCKuldeep Vats
BadshahpurIndependentRakesh Daultabad
BahadurgarhINCRajinder Singh Joon
BallabhgarhBJPMool Chand Sharma
BarodaINCSri Krishan Hooda
BarwalaJJPJogi Ram Sihag
Bawal (SC)BJPDr Banwari Lal
Bawani Khera (SC)BJPBishamber Singh
BeriCongressRaghuvir Singh
BhiwaniBJPGhanshyam Saraf
DabwaliCongressAmit Sihag
DadriIndependentSombir
EllenabadINLDAbhay Singh Chautala
FaridabadBJPRajesh Nagar
Faridabad (NIT)CongressNeeraj Sharma
FatehabadBJPDura Ram
Ferozepur JhirkaCongressMamman Khan
GanaurBJPNirmal Rani
Garhi Sampla-KiloiINCBhupinder Singh Hooda
GharaundaBJPHarvinder Kalyan
GohanaCongressJagbir Singh Malik
Guhla (SC)JJPIshwar Singh
GurgaonBJPSudhir Singla
HansiBJPVinod Bhayana
HathinBJPPRAVEEN DAGAR
HisarBJPDR. KAMAL GUPTA
Hodal (SC)BJPJAGDISH NAYAR
IndriBJPRAM KUMAR
Israna (SC)INCBALBIR SINGH
JagadhriBJPKanwar Pal
Jhajjar (SC)INCGEETA BHUKKAL
JindBJPDr Krishan Lal Middha
JulanaJJPAmarjeet Dhanda
KaithalBJPLeela Ram
Kalanaur (SC)INCShakuntla Khatak
Kalawali (SC)INCShishpal Singh
KalayatBJPKamlesh Dhanda
KalkaCongressPardeep Chaudhary
KarnalBJPManohar Lal
Kharkhauda (SC)CongressJaiveer Singh
KosliBJPLAXMAN SINGH YADAV
LadwaCongressMewa Singh
LoharuBJPJai Parkash Dalal
MahendragarhINCRao Dan Singh
MehamIndependentBALRAJ KUNDU
Mulana (SC)INCVarun Chaudhary
NalwaBJPRANBIR GANGWA
Nangal chaudhryBJPDr. Abhe Singh Yadav
NaraingarhINCSHALLEY
NarnaulBJPOm Prakash Yadav
NarnaundJJPRam Kumar Gautam
Narwana (SC)JJPRam Niwas
Nilokheri (SC)IndependentDHARAM PAL GONDER
NuhCongressAftab Ahmed
PalwalBJPDEEPAK MANGLA
PanchkulaBJPGian Chand Gupta
Panipat CityBJPParmod Kumar Vij
Panipat RuralBJPMahipal Dhanda
Pataudi (SC)BJPSatya Parkash
PehowaBJPSandeep Singh
PrithlaIndependentNayan Pal Rawat
PunahanaINCMohd Ilyas
PundriIndependentRandhir Singh Gollen
RadaurINCBISHAN LAL
RaiBJPMohan Lal Badoli
RaniaIndependentRanjit Singh
Ratia (SC)BJPLakshman Napa
RewariBJPCHIRANJEEV RAO
RohtakBJPBHARAT BHUSHAN BATRA
Sadhaura (SC)BJPRENU BALA
SafidonBJPBachan Singh Arya
SamalkhaCongressDharam Singh Chhoker
Shahbad (SC)JJPRam Karan
SirsaHaryana Lokhit PartyGopal Kanda
SohnaBJPSanjay Singh
SonipatCongressSurender Panwar
ThanesarBJPSubhash Sudha
TigaonBJPRajesh Nagar
TohanaJJPDevender Singh Babli
ToshamINCKiran Choudhary
Uchana kalanJJPDushyant Chautala
Uklana (SC)JJPAnoop Dhanak
YamunanagarINLDDilbag Singh

The campaigning in Haryana witnessed the BJP’s ‘star campaigners’ PM Narendra Modi and Amit Shah using issues such as abrogation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir and Triple Talaq Law to woo the voters. The Congress, which is fighting to keep its flock together in the state, accused the BJP of neglecting local issues in state polls.

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