The people of Haryana have taken their decision as the voting of Haryana Assembly Elections 2019 concluded on Monday at 6:30 PM. The state which witnessed polling for 90 seats, saw incumbent Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) lock horns with the Indian National Congress (INC) and Jannayak Janta Party (JJP), where Khattar looks for another term in office, INLD, Congress and JJP eye a stern fight against BJP. Out of the 1,83,90,525 registered voters, Haryana recorded a voter turnout of 53.78% until 5 pm in the evening. While the results of the polling will be announced on October 24, Republic Media Network brings to you the Jan Ki Baat exit polls forecasting the region-wise seat-sharing of the recently concluded Assembly polls.
Based on the on-ground surveys by Jan Ki Baat, the BJP is projected to retain its hold in the Ambala division. Out of the 14 seats in Ambala division, the BJP is likely to win 12 seats. Out of the 2 seats in Panchkula and 4 in Yamunanagar, the BJP is expected to win all the seats. Out of 4 seats in Ambala and Kurukshetra, the INC is likely to win only one seat each whereas the BJP is likely to bag 3 seats in each district.
The Karnal division which comprises of Kaithal, Karnal and Panipat districts witnessed polling for a total of 13 seats. 8 of the 13 seats will be won by the BJP. Karnal, which is also the constituency of sitting CM Manohar Lal Khattar is expected to fall into BJP's lot with the party likely to win 4 seats out of the 5. Kaithal might be a Congress stronghold as the party is expected to win 2 seats whereas the BJP is expected to win one seat. Out of the 4 seats of Panipat district, the BJP is projected to win 3 of them and the Congress is likely to win just one.
Hisar is also expected to be BJP stronghold as the party is projected to win 50% of the total 20 seats. The Hisar district is expected to be held by the BJP as it is projected to win 4 seats whereas the Congress is likely to get one seat and the JJP is expected to bag 2 seats out of the 20. The BJP, Congress and JJP are projected to win a piece each in the Fatehabad district and in Jind district, BJP and JJP are likely to win 4 and 1 seat(s) respectively. Sirsa is projected to belong to 'Others' group with 3 seats and the BJP and INLD might win a seat each.
In the Rohtak division, BJP is expected to win 8 seats out of the 20 while the Congress is projected to win 10 seats. Bhiwani and Rohtak districts are expected to be shared by the BJP and Congress with 2 seats each. Sonipat might witness BJP winning 2 seats, Congress winning 3 and the 'Others' group winning one seat. The BJP and INLD might win a seat each in Dadri whereas, in Jhajjar, the Congress is likely to win 3 and BJP is projected to win one seat.
The Mahendragarh division witnessed polling for a total of 11 seats out of which the BJP is likely to win whopping 10 seats. In Gurgaon district, the BJP is expected to win all 4 seats and in Mahendragarh it is expected to win 3 seats whereas the Congress is expected to win the remaining one seat. In Rewari, the BJP is expected to win 2 seats out of the 3.
According to the Jan Ki Baat exit poll, the BJP is projected to win 10 of the 12 seats in the Faridabad. In Palwal and Nooh, the BJP and the Congress is likely to win 2 and 1 seats, respectively.
Based on the Jan Ki Baat Exit Polls, the Bhartiya Janata Party is projected to win between 52-63 seats, the Indian National Congress is expected to win between 15-19 seats and the JJP is expected to bag between 5-9 seats.