With voting in the Haryana assembly elections having concluded, Republic TV-Jan Ki Baat on Monday released the exit poll for the state to get a snapshot projection of what to expect on counting day. The exit poll survey is done using Jan Ki Baat Probability Map Of Outcome model (PMOO) which is backed by issue wise location matrix. Further, the data is collected through a network of verified field investigator and data analysts.
As per the exit poll, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate Krishan Lal Middha, who is contesting the elections for the second time, is projected to win his Haryana assembly election from the Jind constituency over the Congress party and others. The BJP candidate Krishan Lal Middha is contesting against Vijender Redhu from Indian National Lok Dal (INLD), Sumer Singh Jangra from Bahujan Samaj Party, Anshul Singla from Congress among the others in the Jind constituency.
The exit poll survey is done using Jan Ki Baat Probability Map Of Outcome model (PMOO) which is backed by issue wise location matrix. Further, the data is collected through a network of verified field investigator and data analysts.
As per the Republic-Jan Ki Baat's exit poll, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is projected to win the assembly polls in Haryana this year. According to the exit poll, BJP is likely to get 52 to 63 seats. On the other hand, the Congress is projected to get 19 to 15 seats, Jannayak Janta Party (JJP) is projected to get 5 to 9 seats, Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) is projected to get one to zero seats, while the remaining parties are projected to get 7 to 9 seats.
In 2014, INLD candidate Hari Chand Middha had won the assembly elections in Jind constituency by securing 31,631 votes while the BJP candidate Surinder Singh Barwala had received 29,374 votes. However, recently, by-elections were in the Jind constituency after the sudden death of Middha in August 2018. BJP candidate Krishan Middha had won the seat.
The polling for the 90-seats Haryana Assembly elections had started at 7 AM and concluded at 6 PM on Monday. The counting will be done on October 24. Haryana tightened the security with more than 40,000 police personnel and over 13,000 paramilitary personnel. Along with this, more than 20,000 Home Guards and Special Police Officers were deployed. The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is contesting against the opposition Congress and the Jannayak Janta Party (JJP). The current Haryana Assembly's term is set to end on November 2.