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Updated June 4th, 2024 at 21:19 IST

Haryana Lok Sabha Election Result 2024: Neck-and-Neck Fight Between Congress and BJP

Haryana Election Result 2024 LIVE: The counting of votes for 10 Lok Sabha constituencies in Haryana commenced across all the 90 counting centres amid tight security. Follow the Republic LIVE blog for the latest updates on the trends, leads, trails and results from all 80 Lok Sabha seats of UP.

Reported by: Digital Desk
Edited by: Isha Bhandari
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5: 46 IST, June 4th 2024

Congress' Varun Chaudhry candidate from Ambala constituency leads with 646919 votes

 

4: 59 IST, June 4th 2024

The Congress + and BJP are leading in 5 seats each at the moment.


 

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10: 20 IST, June 4th 2024

As per early trends, the Congress party is leading on 5 seats, BJP on 4 seats while the AAP on 1. 

9: 51 IST, June 4th 2024

Congress candidate from Sonipat, Satpal Brahmachari is leading.

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9: 30 IST, June 4th 2024

Congress candidate from Gurgaon Raj Babbar is leading. 

9: 03 IST, June 4th 2024

According to the early trends in Haryana Lok Sabha election results 2024, the BJP and Congress are leading in three seats each, indicating a neck to neck fight. 


 

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8: 50 IST, June 4th 2024

According to the early trends, BJP's Naveen Jindal is trailing from Kurukshetra. 

8: 34 IST, June 4th 2024

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate Manohar Lal Khattar trails in Karnal. 

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8: 19 IST, June 4th 2024

For the Lok Sabha seats, among the 223 candidates are former chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar (Karnal), Union ministers Rao Inderjit Singh (Gurugram) and Krishan Pal Gurjar (Faridabad) and Congress stalwarts Kumari Selja (Sirsa) and Deepender Singh Hooda (Rohtak).

8: 17 IST, June 4th 2024

The counting for Haryana Lok Sabha Elections 2024 begins at 8 am on June 4 at 91 counting centres. The counting in Haryana at the 91 designated centres is being done amid tight security. Over 10,000 police officials are deployed to maintain the smooth functioning of the counting centres. 

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8: 09 IST, June 4th 2024

Counting of votes for the Lok Sabha Elections 2024 begins. The fate of candidates on 542 of the 543 Parliamentary seats will be decided on June 4 that is today. Postal ballot counting to begin first.
 

7: 59 IST, June 4th 2024

The counting of votes in the state of Haryana for the 10 Lok Sabha seats will take place at around 91 counting centres. 

 


 

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6: 38 IST, June 4th 2024

he counting of votes polled for Haryana's 10 Lok Sabha seats and in the Karnal Assembly bypoll will be held on Tuesday across 91 designated centres.

Over 10,000 police personnel have been deployed to ensure smooth operations at the counting centres, Director General of Police Shatrujeet Kapur said.

A three-tier security system will be in place around the counting centres, he added.

Haryana's Chief Electoral Officer Anurag Agarwal said the counting of votes will commence at 8 am on Tuesday across 91 designated centres.

For the Lok Sabha seats, 223 candidates, including former chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar (Karnal), Union ministers Rao Inderjit Singh (Gurugram) and Krishan Pal Gurjar (Faridabad) and Congress stalwarts Kumari Selja (Sirsa) and Deepender Singh Hooda (Rohtak), were in the fray.

Chief Minister Nayab Singh Saini, the outgoing MP from Kurukshetra, contested the bypoll to the Karnal assembly seat.

8: 42 IST, June 3rd 2024

Haryana Chief Electoral Officer Anurag Agarwal said Monday the counting of votes polled for the state's 10 Lok Sabha seats and in the Karnal Assembly by-election will commence at 8 am on June 4 across 90 designated centres.

Comprehensive arrangements have been made to ensure smooth counting, he said.

The Election Commission of India has appointed counting observers for all counting centres to supervise the process following the commission's instructions, Agarwal said.

Haryana this time recorded a voter turnout of 64.80 per cent in the Lok Sabha polls about five percentage points lower than the 70 per cent recorded in 2019.

Polling for all 10 Lok Sabha seats and the Karnal assembly constituency was held in the sixth phase of the general election on May 25.

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Published June 4th, 2024 at 06:30 IST