Chandigarh: The counting of Haryana assembly elections 2019 has started. Whose head will crown the power, its decision will be taken today. The wait for a few hours is still to get the new government's picture clear. For 90 assembly seats, 91 counting centers have been set up at 59 locations in the state. Badshahpur Assembly constituency has the largest number of polling stations because 2 counting centers have been set up.
The counting center is equipped with a three-tiered security system. Haryana Police, State Arm Force at the main entrance of the counting center premises and Central Paramilitary Force personnel have been deployed outside the entrance of the counting center on the outer side of the counting center building.
Let us know that 1169 candidates are in the fray for the 90 assembly seats and voting was held on October 21. This time the lowest turnout has been recorded in the history of the last 19 years. Maximum 25 candidates have contested in Hansi assembly constituency and minimum 6-6 candidates in Ambala Cantt and Shahabad constituency.
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Kavita Jain from Sonepat trailed by 5200 votes.
Back to Babita Phogat from Dadri.
Abhay Chautala back from Ellenabad.
Gyanchand Gupta behind Panchkula.
Kavita Jain back from Sonepat.
BJP leads in three seats in Faridabad.
BJP leads in four seats of Gurugram
BJP leads in four seats in Karnal.
Rajkumar Saini ahead of Gohana.
Naina Chautala ahead of Badra.
BJP ahead of Hansi.
Bhupinder Singh Hooda ahead of Garhi Sampala Kiloi.
Dushyant Chautala ahead of Uchana.
Manohar Lal ahead of Karnal.
Kavita Jain from Sonipat ahead.