Maharashtra, Haryana Assembly Election Results 2019

Maharashtra, Haryana Assembly Election Results 2019

Maharashtra, Haryana Assembly Election Results 2019

The result of 2019 Harayana and Maharashtra assembly elections which took place on 21st October is set to declare today.  The counting of votes was started at 8 AM and the final result will be announced in the evening.

In both the states, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is leading and hoping for a dominating win. This is the first major election after BJP won the Lok Sabha election earlier this year with 303 seats from 543. This year, voters in both the states have shown a significant drop from the 2014 assembly elections as Maharashtra scored almost 63% voters and Haryana polled around 65% which was over 76% in 2014.

Most of the exit polls show a dominating victory of BJP in Haryana with 90 seats but one of them predicted that if congress forms alliance with Jannayak Janta Party (JJP) then they can come on top in Haryana.

Exit poll of Maharashtra shows a clear win for BJP with its alliance Shiv Sena with a majority of 288 assembly seats.

Date for assembly election results for Haryana and Maharashtra – 24th October

Parties in Haryana – Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Indian National Congress (INC), the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) and Jannayak Janata Party (JJP). Shiromani Akali Dal

Parties in Maharashtra – Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Shiv Sena, Congress and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP).

Poll Issues – BJP made the removal of Article 370 a major issue for their election campaign in both Haryana and Maharashtra. Congress targeted unemployment and law for the condition of farmers.

Exit Poll Results – According to the sources, BJP is going to win with a majority of votes in Maharashtra without any help. It is predicted that it will win around 141 out of 288 assembly seats and Shiv Sena is most likely to win around 102 assembly seats.

BJP looks dominating in Haryana as well and it is predicted that they will win 75 out of 90 assembly seats. Congress may get around 15 seats and Indian National Lok Dal might get wiped out.

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