Haryana Exit Polls 2019 highlights: Manohar Lal Khattar set to return to power with even bigger mandate

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Updated: October 21, 2019 9:47:08 pm

Haryana Assembly Election 2019 Exit Poll: A survey conducted by News 18 has given as much as 75 of 90 seats to the saffron party in the state. The Congress is projected to win 10 to 15 seats.

Exit Poll 2019 Live, Haryana Election Exit Poll 2019 LiveBJP is aiming to win 75 seats in the 90-seat Haryana assembly. (File Photo/PTI)

Haryana Exit Polls 2019: The BJP under Manohar Lal Khattar seems set to come back to power with an even bigger mandate in Haryana. Three exit polls have predicted a big win for the party with numbers surpassing what it had recorded in 2014. The ABP-C Voter has predicted 72 seats for the BJP and 8 seats for the Congress.

The News18-IPSOS projected 75 for the saffron party and 10 seats for the grand old party. Republic Jan ki Baat has projected 52-63 seats for the BJP while 10-15 seats for the Congress.

If these numbers hold, the BJP is set for biggest ever victory in Haryana. In the last polls, it had won 47 seats. The saffron party had defeated the Congress by restricting it to just 15 seats. While a number of parties were in the fray, the key contest was between Congress and BJP.

Here in Haryana, Prime Minister Modi led the campaign for the BJP and addressed seven rallies whereas Rahul Gandhi addressed two election meetings for the Congress. In the last polls, the BJP came to power in Haryana winning 47 seats. This was the first time the saffron party came to power in the state.

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    19:36 (IST)21 Oct 2019
    BJP predicted to get 56% vote share in Haryana

    BJP is projected to get 56 per cent vote share. In the last election, the saffron party had got 33 per cent vote share.

    19:29 (IST)21 Oct 2019
    Whatever the results be, I will be in politics: Bhupinder Singh Hooda

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    19:20 (IST)21 Oct 2019
    Exit poll number in line with what BJP predicted

    During the campaign, the BJP said that it would win  75 seats in Haryana. It coined a political slogan 'Ab ki Baar, 75 Paar ' (This time will cross 75). The exit polls have predicted from 55 to 75 seats for the saffron party while 10 to 15 seat for Congress.   

    19:02 (IST)21 Oct 2019
    News18 predicts 75 seats for BJP in Haryana

    Another exit poll conducted by News18 has predicted 75 seats for BJP in Haryana. The Congress is projected to win just 10 seats, 5 down from the last time when it had got 15 seats. 

    18:59 (IST)21 Oct 2019
    BJP swept Harryana in Lok Sabha polls

    The BJP had swept the state by winning all 10 Parliamentary seats with over 58 per cent vote share.  

    18:50 (IST)21 Oct 2019
    BJP projected to win bigger than 2014

    The BJP had won 47 seats in 2014. However, this time exit polls have predicted somewhere between 52 to 63 seats. The Congress is predicted to win only 15-19 seats. In 2014, the grand old party had won 15 seats. 

    18:45 (IST)21 Oct 2019
    Exit polls predict big win for BJP in Haryana

    Republic-Jan Ki Baat predicts a big win for the BJP. 

    BJP: 52-63Congress:15-19JJP: 5-9Others:7-9

    18:15 (IST)21 Oct 2019
    Haryana records 61.6% voting till 6 PM

    Voting for Haryana Assembly elections has concluded. The state recorded 61.1 per cent polling till 6 PM.  However, the final voting percentage will be announced by the Election Commission later.

    17:33 (IST)21 Oct 2019
    Election Commission bars telecast of Exit Polls before 6.30 PM

    The Election Commission has prohibited media houses from airing, publishing Exit Polls in connection with assembly elections in Haryana, Maharashtra and  bypolls in 51 assembly constituencies in 17 states. 

    17:28 (IST)21 Oct 2019
    Dushyant Chautala rides tractor to polling booth

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    17:21 (IST)21 Oct 2019
    CM Khattar travels by train, rides bicycle to cast vote

    Haryana Chief Minister Manoharlal Khattar travelled from Chandigarh to Karnal on train and then rode a bicycle to a polling booth to cast his vote.

    17:20 (IST)21 Oct 2019
    Peaceful voting in Haryana

    Barring a stone pelting incident, voting remained peaceful in Haryana. One woman injured as two groups clash, pelt stones outside polling booth in Nuh district.

    17:14 (IST)21 Oct 2019
    Can JJP make it big?

    Dushyant Chautala's Jannayak Janta Party (JJP), which was formed in December 2018,  would be hoping to score big in the assembly elections and dislodge the Congress from the position of the main Opposition party in the state. 

    17:10 (IST)21 Oct 2019
    Manohar Lal Khattar eyeing a second term

    Chief Minister Manoharlal  Khattar is hoping to get a second term in Haryana where the Opposition remains a divided lot.  The BJP's  task was made easy by the infighting in the state unit of the Congress.

    17:06 (IST)21 Oct 2019
    Last one hour remaining for voting in Haryana

    Voting for Haryana assembly election is underway.  Nearly 50 per cent voter turnout was recorded till 4 pm, a couple of hours before the voting is scheduled to conclude. 

    Exit Poll 2019 Live, Haryana Election Exit Poll 2019 Live BJP is aiming to win 75 seats in the 90-seat Haryana assembly. (File Photo/PTI)The BJP, which won 47 seats in the 2014 Assembly elections in Haryana, is aiming to sweep the state by winning 75 seats in the 90-member assembly. On the other hand, the JJP is looking to establish itself as a potent political force in Haryana.
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