Chandigarh, October 24: Independent candidate Balraj Kundu won the Meham Vidhan Sabha constituency. Kundu defeated his nearest rival Congress's Anand Singh by a margin of 12,047 votes. Kundu received 49,418 votes, while the Congress candidate got 37,371 votes. Shamsher Singh of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) came at third spot. In 2014, Anand Singhhad won the seat. The counting of votes began on October 24 at 8 am. Haryana Assembly Elections 2019: Full List of Constituencies With Current MLA Names and How BJP, Congress, INLD Performed in 2014.
The Meham Vidhan Sabha constituency falls in the Rohtak district of Haryana. Voting in Meham for the Haryana Assembly Elections 2019 took place on October 21. The Election Commission of India (ECI) on September 21 announced the election schedule for Haryana. There were 1.82 crore registered voters in the state.
Polling for the 90-member Haryana assembly was held along with assembly elections in Maharashtra. According to the schedule of Haryana polls announced by the Election Commission, nomination papers were filed till October 4. Nomination papers were scrutinised on October 5. The last date of withdrawal of candidature was October 7. Assembly Elections 2019 Dates: Maharashtra & Haryana Go to Polls in Single-Phase on October 21, Results on October 24.
The main competition in Haryana was between the ruling BJP and the Congress. However, the newly formed JPP managed to dent vote share of both the parties. Haryana Legislative Assembly comprises of 90 seats out of which 17 seats are reserved for Scheduled Castes (SC) and none for Scheduled Tribes (ST). In the 2014 polls in the state, the BJP had won with a thumping majority and had scripted history in the state. The BJP had won 47 seats, while the Congress managed to win only 15 seats.
|SURENDER SINGH DANGI||IND||42|
|JOGINDER PAL SINGH||Loktanter Suraksha Party||NA|
|SONU||Rashtriya Lokswaraj Party||NA|
|HARGIAN SINGH||Jannayak Janta Party||NA|