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Assembly Election Results 2019 | Braving Anti-Incumbency Major Success In Haryana For BJP: PM Modi

Assembly Election Results 2019: Updates Of 288 Seats In Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha, 90 Seats In Haryana, 2 Lok Sabha And 51 Assembly Bypolls.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Pawas Kumar | Updated on: 24 Oct 2019, 11:12:36 PM

New Delhi:

Assembly Election Results 2019: The ruling BJP-Shiv Sena alliance on Thursday looked on course to retaining power in Maharashtraas per trends available. At 11.30 AM, BJP was leading in 101 while Shiv Sena was ahead in 64 seats. NCP (52) looked set to perform better than partner Congress (39). The Sharad Pawar led party has fared better than itsparent party, which seems to have held on to its tally in 2014 elections. The Independents were ahead in 25 seats.

On the other hand, it was a close contest in Haryana with Congress giving good fight to ruling BJP while JJP leader Dushyant Chautala emerged as possible kingmaker in the state.  At 11.30 AM, BJP was leading in 39 while Congress was leading in 31 seats. JJP was leading in 11 seats with INLD ahead at 2 and other in 7 seats. 

In the bypoll for Satara Lok Sabha sea, BJP candidate Udayanraje Bhosale was trailing behind NCP nominee Shriniwas Patil. Prince Raj of Lok Jan Shakti Party was leading from his late father Ramchandra Paswan's seat in Bihar's Samstipur. 

Maharashtra Assembly Election Results 2019: Live Updates 

Haryana Assembly Election Results 2019: Live Updates 

In Maharashtra, counting of votes for the 288 Assembly segments is being conducted at 269 locations whereas in Haryana a counting centre has been set up in each of the 90 assembly constituencies and there is an additional centre in Gurgaon's Badshahpur segment, which had a larger number of polling booths. The electronic voting machines (EVMs) and the VVPAT paper trail machines used in Monday's polling are kept at strongrooms which are being guarded by personnel from the state police and paramilitary forces round the clock, an official said.

Haryana Assembly Polls 2019: BS Hooda: "The people of Haryana have given their mandate against the BJP state government. All the parties who got mandate against the BJP, be it the INLD, the JJP, the Congress, Independents or some other party, should come together and form a strong government."

Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2019: Results declared for 286 Assembly constituencies. BJP secures 104 seats, Shiv Sena secures 56 seats, Congress secures 43 seats, NCP secures 54 seats. BJP and Congress leading on one each of the two remaining seats.

Haryana Assembly Results for 89 Assembly seats out of 90: BJP has won 39 seats; Congress won 31; JJP won 10 seats. Haryana Lokhit Party and Indian National Lok Dal get 1 seat each. 7 independent candidates have also won. Counting going on for Ateli Assembly seat where BJP is leading.

Maharashtra CM and BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis collects his winning certificate. He has won from Nagpur South West assembly constituency. 

In 50 years, no CM completed full term till Devendra Fadnavis took over in Maharashtra: PM Modi

In Maharashtra, we did not get an absolute majority in the last election, Haryana had a majority of only 2 seats, yet despite this, the two CMs took everyone along and continued to work for both the states: PM Modi

To the people who are analysing the results of elections - it is a very big achievement to come back to to office in a day & age when governments come and go: PM Modi

Both Devendra Fadnavis and Manohar Lal Khattar were never ministers before they became chief ministers: PM Modi

Devendra Fadnvis ji and Manohar Lal ji both were first time chief ministers, they did not even have the experience as ministers. And for 5 years they kept working for people's welfare and as a result people have again put their faith in them: PM Modi

Even before Diwali, the way people of Haryana and Maharashtra have put their faith in BJP, I want to thank them from the core of my heart: PM Modi

PM Modi thanks people of Maharashtra, Haryana for supporting BJP.

PM Modi addresses BJP workers at party headquarters

In Maharashtra, BJP-Shiv Sena is going to form the govt once again with majority. In Haryana have seen a 3% increase in our vote share since the last time and we have emerged as the largest party there, I thank the people for this: Amit Shah

Union Ministers Rajnath Singh, Amit Shah, and Nitin Gadkari also present.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi at BJP Headquarters where he will address the party workers shortly.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives at party headquarters. He was received by Union Home Minister Amit Shah and national working president of party, JP Nadda.

PM Modi tweets on the results of Maharashtra and Haryana assembly elections."People of Maharashtra have blessed the NDA with immense affection. We are humbled to have got the people’s support yet again," tweets PM

"I thank the people of Haryana for blessing us. We will continue to work with the same zeal and dedication for the state’s progress," tweets PM Modi.

Maharashtra Assembly Election 2019: Latest Tally

Here are the partywise results as of 5.30 pm, according to ECI 

Party Won Leading Total

AIMIM 1 1 2

BVA 1 2 3

BJP 48 54 102

CPI (M) 0 1 1

Ind 5 8 13

Congress 24 22 46

JSS 0 1 1

KSP 1 0 1

MNS 0 1 1

NCP 28 26 54

PWPI 0 1 1

PJP 2 0 2

RSP 0 1 1

SP 1 1 2

Shiv Sena 38 18 56

Swabhimani Paksha 1 0 1

SBP 0 1 1

Total 150 138 288

ML Khattar is expected to stake the claim to form government in Haryana: Sources 

Ritesh Deshmukh congratulates brothers Amit and Dhiraj for wins in Latur City and Latur Rural seats, respectively.

JJP To Support BJP?

There are reports that JJP may support BJP to form a government in Haryana. Gopal Kanda, MLA form Haryana Janhit Congress, may also support it.

Shiv Sena's Aaditya Thackeray garnered 88,962 seats winning by a margin of over 67,000 votes against Congress candidate Suresh Mane.

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said that 15 independent candidates, mostly BJP and Shiv Sena rebels, are in touch with him. 

50-50 Formula To Be Followed For CM Post: Uddhav Thackeray

Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray has said that they will form the government with BJP in Maharashtra. He added that the 50-50 formula agreed between the two parties will to be followed when deciding the next chief minister. 

During a press briefing, Shiv Sena chief Thackeray said that during the Lok Sabha elections this year, a 50-50 seat-sharing formula was decided between BJP-Shiv Sena. 

"Chandrakant Patil had asked us to understand their (BJP) problems and we agreed to what he asked for. We cannot continue to be accomodative anymore," he said.  

Maharashtra Assembly Election 2019: Updates

NCP candidate Saroj Babulal Ahire wins from Devlali seat by 41,702 votes.

BJP candidate Ravindra Dattatray Chavan wins from Dombivali by 41,311 votes.

Shiv Sena candidate Chimanrao Rupchand Patil wins from Erandol by 18,002 votes.

BJP's Laxman Madhavrao Pawar wins from Georai seat by 6,792 votes.

PM Narendra Modi, BJP President to attend parliamentary board meeting today at 5 PM in party headquarters. 

Maharashtra Assembly Election 2019: Updates

NCP candidate Dr Kiran Yamaji Lahamate wins from Akole by 57,689 votes.

NCP leader Dilip Dattatray Walse Patil wins from Ambegaon by 66,775 votes.

Shiv Sena candidate Ramesh Gajanan Korgaonkar wins from Bhandup West by 29,173 votes.

Congress candidate Raosaheb Jayvanta Antapurkar wins from Deglur seat by 22,433 votes.

Congress candidate Varsha Eknath Gaikwad wins from Dharavi seat by 11,824 votes.

Haryana Assembly Election 2019: Updates

BJP candidate BJP candidate Sandeep Singh wins from Pehowa seat by 5,314 votes.

BJP candidate Om Prakash Yadav wins from Narnaul by 14,715 votes.

Congress candidate Mamman Singh wins from Ferozepur Jhirka seat by 37,004 votes

BJP candidate Dr Krishan Lal Middha wins from Jind seat by 12,508 votes.

BJP candidate Mahipal Dhanda wins from Panipat Rural seat by 21,961 votes.

Assembly Election 2019: Updates

Maharashtra Latest Tally


BJP+ 101



NCP 56


Haryana Latest Tally


BJP 38



JJP 10


Haryana Assembly Election 2019: Updates

Congress candidate Jaiveer Singh wins from Kharkhauda by 1,544 votes.

Haryana Lokhit Party candidate Gopal Kanda wins from Sirsa seat by just 602 votes.

Congress candidate Surender Panwar wins from Sonipat by 32,878 votes, defeats BJP candidate Kavita Jain.

Congress candidate Dharam Singh Chhoker wins from Samalkha seat by 14,942 votes.

BJP candidate Rajesh Nagar wins from Tigaon seat by 33,841 votes.

BJP candidate Parmod Kumar Vij wins from Panipat City seat by 39,545 votes.

Haryana Assembly Election 2019: Updates

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.

Maharashtra Assembly Election 2019: Updates

NCP candidate Babanrao Vitthalrao Shinde wins from Madha by 68,245 votes.

BJP candidate Dr Suresh (Bhau) Dagadu Khade wins from Miraj by 30,398 votes.

NCP candidate Diliprao Shankarrao Bankar wins from Niphad by 17,668 votes.

Congress leader Vishwajeet Patangrao Kadam wins from Palus-Kadegaon 1,62,521 votes.

NCP candidate Nilesh Dnyandev Lanke wins from Parner by 59,838 votes.

Maharashtra Assembly Election 2019: Updates

Congress candidate KC Padavi wins from Akkalkuwa seat by 2,096 votes.

BJP candidate Dilip Manglu Borse wins from Baglan by 33,694 votes.

Shiv Sena candidate Mahendra Sadashiv Thorve wins from Karjat by 18,046 votes.

BJP candidate Mukta Shailesh Tilak wins from Kasbapeth by 28,196 votes, defeats Congress candidate Arvind Shinde.

NCP candidate Mukta Babanrao Vitthalrao Shinde wins from Madha by 68,245 votes.

Haryana Assembly Election 2019: Updates

Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) candidate Naina Singh Chautala defeats Congress candidate Ranbir Singh Mahendra from Badhra by 13,704 votes.

BJP candidate Vinod Bhayana wins from Hansi seat by 22,260 votes.

BJP leader and Haryana Minister Anil Vij wins from Ambala Cantt seat by 20,165 votes.

Congress candidate Mewa Singh wins from Ladwa seat by 12,637 votes

Congress candidate Pardeep Chaudhary wins from Kalka seat by 5,931 votes.

BJP candidate Kamlesh Dhanda wins from Kalayat seat by 8,974 votes.

BJP candidate Mohan Lal Badoli wins from Rai seat by 2,662 votes.

Haryana Assembly Elections: Congress leader Kuldeep Bishnoi defeats BJP's Sonali Phogat by 29,471 votes in Adampur.

Maharashtra Assembly Elections: Congress candidate Rajesh Panditrao Ekade wins from Malkapur seat by 14,384 votes.  

Maharashtra Assembly Election 2019: Updates

Shiv Sena candidate Latabai Chandrakant Sonawane wins from Chopda seat by 20,529 votes.

BJP candidate Chaudhary Manisha Ashok wins from Dahisar by 63,917 votes.

Shiv Sena candidate Gulabrao Raghunath Patil wins from Jalgaon Rural by 46,729 votes.

Maharashtra Assembly Election 2019: Updates

NCP leader Nawab Malik wins from Anushakti Nagar by 12,751 votes.

Shiv Sena candidate Ramesh Gajanan Korgaonkar wins from Bhandup West by 29,173 votes.

Shiv Sena candidate Shantaram Tukaram More wins from Bhiwandi Rural by 44,509 votes.

Congress candidate Sangram Anantrao Thopte wins from Bhor by 9,206 votes.

Haryana Assembly Election 2019: Updates

BJP candidate Subhash Sudha wins from Thanesar seat by 842 votes, defeats Ashok Kumar Arora of Congress. Independent candidate Nayan Pal Rawat wins from Prithla seat by 16,429 votes.

Haryana Assembly Election 2019: Updates

Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) candidate Ram Kumar Gautam defeats Capt Abhimanyu of BJP from Narnaund seat.

Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) candidate Amarjeet Dhanda wins from Julana seat by 24,193 votes. 

Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) candidate Ram Niwas wins from Narwana seat by 30,692 votes.

Yogeshwar, Sonali Lose

BJP's star candidates in Haryana - wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt and social media celebrity Sonali Phogat - have lost from Baroda and Adampur seats respectively.

Maharashtra Assembly Election 2019: Updates

NCP candidate Shekhar Govindrao Nikam wins from Chiplun by 29,924 votes.

Shiv Sena candidate Shrinivas Chintaman Vanga wins from Palghar seat by 40,305 votes.

BJP candidate Vijaykumar Krushnarao Gavit wins from Nandurbar by 70,396 votes.

Maharashtra Latest Tally


BJP+ 102



NCP 55


Maharashtra Assembly Election 2019: Updates

BJP Candidate Ashish Shelar wins from Bandra West by 26,507 votes.

Independent candidate Mahesh Baldi wins from Uran constituency by 5,710 votes.

Shiv Sena candidate Sunil Prabhu wins from Dindoshi seat by 44,511 votes.

BJP candidate Parag Shah wins from Ghatkopar East by 53,319 votes.

Shiv Sena candidate Ajay Vinayak Choudhari wins from Shivadi by 39,337 votes.

BIhar: NDA Gets A Jolt, AIMIM Opens Account

Bharatiya Janata Party nominee Sweety Singh has lost to All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) candidate Qamrul Hoda in Kishanganj seat of Bihar, according to reports. RJD's Ramdev Yadav won the the Belhar seat defeating Laldhari Yadav of JD(U). Zafar Alam of RJD is leading in Simri Bakhtiarpur against JD(U) candidate Arun Kumar. RJD's Rabiya Khatun is leading in Nathnagar while independent Karnjeet Singh Alias Vyas Singh is leading in Daraundha seat.

Maharashtra: Independent candidate Mahesh Baldi wins from Uran constituency by 5,710 votes.

Maharashtra Assembly Election 2019: First Result

The first result is in from Maharashtra- BJP's Sunil Dattatraya Rane has won the Borivali seat 95,021 votes.

Maharashtra Assembly Election 2019: Updates

BJP candidate Ganesh Naik is leading from Airoli by 24,734 votes.

Congress candidate Sajid Khan Mannan Khan is leading from Akola West by 10,658 votes.

BJP candidate Kalyanshetti Sachin Panchappa is leading from Akkalkot by 22,710 votes

BJP candidate Manda Vijay Mhatre is leading from Belapur by 19,943 votes.

BJP Haryana chief Subhash Barala has resigned from his post as party's tally falls below expectations. Congress and BJP are almost neck-and-neck with each standing at 35 seats in current trends. Meanwhile, BJP President Amit Shah has summoned CM Manohar Lal Khattar to Delhi.

Assembly Election 2019: Updates

Maharashtra Latest Trends


BJP+ 105



NCP 51


Haryana Latest Trends


BJP 35



JJP 10


Maharashtra Assembly Election 2019: Updates

Rashtriya Samaj Paksha candidate Ratnakar Manikrao Gutte is leading from Gangakhed seat by 366 votes.

Peasants and Workers Party of India (PWPI) candidate Shyamsundar Shinde is leading from Loha seat by 30,811 votes

Loksangram candidate Anil Anna Gote is leading from Dhule City seat by 4,316 votes.

Haryana Assembly Election 2019: Updates

BJP candidate Zakir Hussain is leading from Nuh constituency by 1,040 votes.

BJP candidate Sandeep Singh is leading from Pehowa seat by 1,804 votes.

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.

In UP's Rampur assembly seat, Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Mohammad Azam Khan's wife, Tanzeem Fatima is leading by more than 15,000 votes. 

Meanwhile, Shiv Sena is demanding the top post from BJP. Will Aaditya Thackeray be next Maharashtra Chief Minister?

Congress candidate Aniruddha alias Bablubhau Subhanrao Deshmukh is leading from Achalpur seat by 2,386 votes.

Haryana Assembly Election 2019: Updates

BJP candidate Sitaram is leading from Ateli seat by 540 votes.

BJP candidate Seema Trikha is leading from Badkhal seat by 3,241 votes.

NCP candidate Aatram Dharamraobaba Bhagwantrao is leading from Aheri seat by 2,172 votes.

Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) candidate Dilbag Singh is leading from Yamunanagar seat by 4,335 votes.

Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) candidate Abhay Singh Chautala is leading from Ellenabad seat by 4,263 votes.

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.

BJP candidate Deepak Mangla is leading from Palwal seat by 11,840 votes.

Haryana: BJP's Narender Gupta is leading from Faridabad seat by 3,050 votes. Congress candidate Neeraj Sharma is leading from Faridabad NIT constituency by 2,255 votes.

Congress Leading In Rajasthan

Ruling Congress party candidates are leading in both the assembly constituencies in Rajasthan where bypolls were held on Monday. Congress candidate Rita Chaudhary is leading with a margin of 7,745 votes in Mandawa against BJP's Sushila Sigra. In Nagaur's Khinwsar constituency, Congress candidate Harendra Mirdha is leading with a margin of 144 votes. BJP-RLP alliance candidate Narayan Beniwal is trailing in this seat.

The Kingmakers?

Independent candidates Rakesh Daultabad, Balraj Kundu, Randhir Singh Gollen and Nayan Pal Rawat, are leading from Badshahpur, Meham, Pundri and Prithla seats respectively. Ranjit Singh is leading from Rania constituency by 15,868 votes while Gokul Setia is leading from Sirsa constituency by 2,207 votes. BJP rebel Raj Kumar Saini is leading from Gohana seat by 9,740 votes.

If they win, they can play a crucial role in the formation of the next government. 

Haryana: 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.

Maharashtra Latest Tally 


BJP+ 101


NCP 52



Haryana Latest Tally 


BJP 41


JJP 11



Haryana: BJP leader and Haryana Minister Anil Vij is leading from Ambala Cantt constituency by 3,569 votes. Congress candidate Shamsher Singh Gogi is leading from Assandh constituency by 374 votes. BJP candidate Aseem Goel Naneola is leading from Ambala City seat by 2,154 votes.

Assam: BJP leading in 3 out of 4 seats

BJP is leading in three out of four assembly seats in Assam. While the Bharatiya Janata Party is leading in Ratabari, Sonari and Rangapara seats, the AIUDF is ahead in Jania.

Puducherry Assembly Bypoll

Congress candidate A Johnkumar won the assembly byelection in Kamaraj Nagar constituency. He got 14,782 votes while All India NR Congress candidate S Bouvanesvarane got 7,611 votes.

Maharashtra: AIMIM candidate Abdul Gaffar Quadri Syed is leading from Aurangabad East by 22,677 votes. Shiv Sena candidate Nitinkumar Bhikanrao Tale is leading from Balapur by 3,511 votes. Independent candidate Ravi Rana is leading from Badnera by 3,275 votes.

Kerala Bypolls: Congress-led opposition United Democratic Front has won the Ernakulam Assembly seat. Congress candidate TJ Vinod has trounced LDF candidate by 4232 votes, according to reports.

Samastipur Lok Sabha Bypoll

Prince Raj of the Lok Jan Shakti Party leads over Ashok Kumar the Congress by 9,201 votes in the by-poll to Samastipur Lok Sabha constituency in Bihar.

Gujarat: Congress, BJP Leading In 3 Seats Each

Congress, BJP leading in three seats each out of six in the Gujarat assembly polls. In Tharad (Banaskantha), Kheralu (Mehsana) and Lunawada (Mahisagar) seats, the BJP candidates are leading their rivals.

In Radhanpur (Patan district), OBC leader and BJP candidate Alpesh Thakor trailing behind Congress' Raghu Desai. In Bayad (Arvalli), BJP candidate Dhavalsinh Zala trailing behind Congress' Jasu Patel. In Amraiwadi seat of Ahmedabad, Congress' Dharmendra Patel leading over BJP's Jagdish Patel.

Congress's Randeep Surjewala is trailing from Haryana's Kaithal

Nitesh Rane leading from Maharashtra's Kankavli

Ex-Mayor and BJP rebel Geeta Jain leading in Maharashtra's Mira-Bhayander seat

BJP candidates Vishal Nehriya and Reena Kashyap leading in Himachal Pradesh's Dharamshala and Pachhad seats

Maharshtra Results: BJP-Shiv Sena leading in 183 seats, Congress-NCP ahead in 86

Haryana Results: BJP leading in 39 seats, Congress ahead in 30 while JJP leading in 11 seats

Maharshtra Latest Tally 

BJP+ 108



NCP 48


Haryana Latest Tally

BJP 42





Punjab Bypoll Updates

The Congress is ahead in the three seats of Jalalabad, Phagwara and Mukerian, while the SAD is leading in Dakha in the bypolls to four assembly seats of Punjab, as per early trends.

Congress nominee Balwinder Singh Dhaliwal is leading over his nearest rival and BJP nominee Rajesh Bagha by a margin of 1,852 votes from Phagwara seat, according to initial trends. From Mukerian seat, BJP nominee Jangi Lal Mahajan is trailing by 212 votes against his nearest rival and Congress candidate Indu Bala.

Shiromani Akali Dal candidate Manpreet Singh Ayali is also leading over his nearest rival and Congress nominee Sandeep Sandhu from Dakha assembly seat by 759 votes, as per initial trends.

From Jalalabad, Congress candidate Raminder Awla is ahead of SAD candidate Raj Singh Dibipura by 5,936 votes. 

Source: PTI

Uttar Pradesh (UP) Bypolls: Tanzeem Fatima of Samajwadi Party (SP) has taken a lead in Rampur. BJP's Suresh Chandra Tiwari is leading in Lucknow Cantt seat. Noman Masood of Congress has maintained a lead in Gangoh. 

Satara Lok Sabha Bypoll: NCP's Shriniwas Patil is leading. BJP's Udayanraje Bhosale, who was previously with NCP, is trailing.

Kerala bypoll results: Congress is leading in two seats. The IUML is leading in one seat, according to official data from the Election Commission.

Punjab Bypoll Results LIVE: Congress is ahead in Jalalabad and Phagwara seats, while the SAD and the BJP are leading in Dakha and Mukerian, respectively in the four bypolls in Punjab, as per early trends.

BJP has slipped down a little in trends in Haryana. They are the under the half-way mark now while Congress seemed to be gaining. Trends for all 90 seats are in.

BJP 43

Congress 33


Others 6

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadanvis will come to Maharashtra BJP headquarters at 4 PM today. He will speak to media. 

Meanwhile here's the latest tally:

BJP 118

Shiv Sena 74

Congress 22

NCP 36

First trend from Bihar: Dinesh Kumar Yadav of Vikassheel Insaan Party is leading from Simri Bakhtiarpur seat.

Maharashtra: Key Candidates

Rohini Khadse (BJP) Muktainagar: Trailing

Devendra Fadnavis (BJP) Nagpur South West: Leading

Ashok Chavan (Congress) Bhokar: Leading

Chhagan Bhujbal (NCP) Yevla: Leading

Ashish Shelar (BJP) Vandre West: Leading

Aaditya Thackeray (Shiv Sena) Worli: Leading

Ajit Pawar (NCP) Baramati: Leading 

Chandrakant Patil (BJP) Kothrud: Leading

Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil (BJP) Shirdi: Leading

Prithviraj Chavan (Congress) Karad South: Leading

Puducherry Bypolls: In the first round of counting Congress candidate John Kumar is leading.

Kerala Bypolls: P. Mohanraj of Congress is leading in Konni seat in early trends.

Kerala Assembly Bypolls: Rajagopal of BJP leading in Ernakulam seat, M C Kamaruddin of IUML ahead in Manjeshwar.

Haryana Key Candidates

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and his predecessor Bhupinder Singh Hooda of the Congress are among those who were leading from their respective constituencies, as per the early trends. Khattar is seeking re-election from Karnal, while Hooda is seeking re-election from his stronghold Garhi Sampla-Kiloi in Rohtak district. Haryana minister Anil Vij, a five-time legislator from Ambala Cantt, was said to be leading from his constituency in early trends.  

Anil Vij (BJP) Ambala Cantt: Leading 

Sardar Sandeep Singh (BJP) Pihova: Leading 

Manohar Lal Khattar (BJP) Karnal: Leading

Yogeswar Dutt (BJP) Baroda: Leading

Subhash Barala (BJP) Tohna: Leading

Babita Phogat (BJP) Dadri: Leading 

Sonali Phogal (BJP) Adampur: Leading 

BS Hooda (Congress) Garhi Sampla-Kiloi: Leading

In Haryana, BJP crosses half-way mark in early trends. 

BJP-50, Congress- 12, JJP-2, Other-1 

BJP-Shiv Sena alliance scores century in early trends, leading on 103 seats now.

In Maharashtra- out of 47 seats, BJP is leading in 26 seats now while Shiv Sena is ahead in 12 seats. Congress is leading in 5 seats while NCP are leading in 4 seats each. Others are ahead in one seat.

In Haryana, out of 34 seats, BJP is leading in 28 seats while Congress are leading in 4 seats. JJP and others are ahead in one seat each.

Fadnavis, Khattar lead

Both CMs in fray, Deverndra Fadnavis of Maharashtra and Manohar Lal Khattar of Haryana are leading in their respective seats of Nagpur South West and Karnal.   

Out of 18 early trends in Maharashtra- BJP is leading in ten seats while Shiv Sena is ahead in 3 seats, NCP is leading 3 seats while Congress is ahead in two seat. 

The first trends from Haryana are in - BJP is ahead in two seats. 

The first three trends are in from Maharashtra- BJP is leading on two seats while Shiv Sena is leading on one seat. 

The counting of votes for Mahrashtra, Haryana and bypolls has started.

Counting of votes will also be held for 51 assembly seats and two Lok Sabha constituencies spread across 17 states and one union territory. The BJP and its allies held nearly 30 of these assembly seats, the Congress 12. The rest were with regional parties.

In Haryana, 90 seats went to the polls. Haryana recorded a voter turnout of over 68 per cent, a sharp decline from 76.54 in the 2014 assembly polls. Of the total voters, 69.36 percent were men and 67.12 per cent women.

In Maharshtra, elections were held for 288 assembly seats. The majority mark lies at 145 in the state. The Sena-BJP alliance currently holds 217 seats, the Congress and the NCP 56 seats.

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First Published : 24 Oct 2019, 07:26:29 AM