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Haryana Municipal Election Results 2022 LIVE: BJP wins 22 president’s seats, CM Khattar congratulates party’s winning candidates

Haryana Local Body Election Results 2022, Haryana Municipal Corporation Election Results 2022 Live News: While the ruling BJP-JJP alliance, the INLD as well as AAP fought the polls on party symbols, many Congressmen entered the fray as independents.

While the ruling BJP-JJP alliance, the INLD as well as AAP fought the polls on party symbols, many Congressmen entered the fray as independents.

Haryana Municipal Election Results 2022 Live News, Haryana Civic Poll Results 2022 Latest Updates: The counting of votes for Haryana’s 18 municipal councils and 28 municipal committees is underway. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) seems to have taken a lead in the polls, although counting is still on at several places. The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has opened its account by winning the Ismailabad (Kaithal) municipal committee chairperson post, but the party’s performance has not been impressive across the state.

Over 70 percent electors had cast their votes in the elections held on June 19. While the ruling BJP-JJP alliance, the INLD as well as the Aam Aadmi Party fought the polls on party symbols, many Congressmen entered the fray as independents. The highest polling percentage of 84.6 was recorded in Bawal municipal committee in Rewari. In comparison, Bhiwani and Jhajjar municipal councils recorded slightly lower percentages at 63.6 and 61.60. There were a total of 456 wards in 18 municipal councils, officials said, adding that there were 12.60 lakh registered voters, out of which 6,63,870 were male, 5,96,095 female and 35 transgender voters.

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Haryana Civic Body Election Results Live: Haryana Municipal Election Results 2022 Live, Haryana Local Body Election Results 2022 Live Updates

16:42 (IST) 22 Jun 2022
Results of 46 municipal councils and committees

BJP wins 22 seats of MC presidents

JJP wins 3 seats of MC presidents

Independents wins 19 seats of MC presidents

AAP wins 1 seats of MC presidents

INLD wins 1 seats of MC presidents

15:18 (IST) 22 Jun 2022
Independents win 20 out of 46 president posts

Independent candidates dominated the MC elections by winning 20 posts of president out of total 46.

15:17 (IST) 22 Jun 2022
BJP bags 10 out of 18 municipal councils

BJP won president election in 10 out of 18 municipal councils. These councils are- Gohana, Jind, Jhajjar, Bahadurgarh, Charkhi Dadri, Kalka, Sohna, Kaithal, Palwal and Fatehabad.

13:55 (IST) 22 Jun 2022
Independent candidate Priti wins from Bhiwani Municipal Council

Priti, an independent wins president election from Bhiwani Municipal council by defeating AAP nominee by 4,305 votes.

13:49 (IST) 22 Jun 2022
BJP wins president post in Jind, AAP leads in Pehowa

BJP candidate Anuradha Saini wins president election from Jind municipal council. AAP’s Anil Dhawan leads in Pehowa Municipal Committee of Kurukshetra district against BJP’s Ashish Sharma.

13:05 (IST) 22 Jun 2022
AAP wins Ismailabad municipal committee post

AAP’s Nisha Kano Vangha wins presidents post of Ismailabad municipal committee of Kurukshetra district.

12:26 (IST) 22 Jun 2022
BJP wins president post in Fatehabad

BJP's Rajinder Singh Khichi wins post of president from the Fatehabad municipal council.

12:24 (IST) 22 Jun 2022
BJP loses two posts in Karnal

In Karnal district BJP lost two posts of President Taraori and Assandh Municipal Committees and won President’s post of Gharaunda Municipal committee by a thin margin of 31 votes.

11:53 (IST) 22 Jun 2022
Independent candidate wins by one vote in Sadhaura

In Yamunanagar's Sadhaura, Independent ward candidate Sarjeevan Kumar registers win with a margin of one vote. Independent runner-up Deep has raised objection to the result and demands recounting.

11:43 (IST) 22 Jun 2022
Independent candidate Rinki Walia wins post of president in Naraingarh municipal committee

Independent candidate Rinki Walia wins post of president with a margin of 1061 votes against BJP’s Pritpal Kaur Makkar in Naraingarh municipal committee.

11:43 (IST) 22 Jun 2022
Independent Ramesh wins president post from Hansi Muncipal council

Independent Ramesh wins president post from Hansi Muncipal council

10:59 (IST) 22 Jun 2022
Son of CM Khattar’s adviser loses from Shahbad

Gaurav Bedi, son of CM Manohar Lal Khattar’s Adviser Krishan Bedi lost from ward number 9 of Shahbad Municipal council.

10:57 (IST) 22 Jun 2022
Independents win 528 wards, BJP wins 33, AAP five so far

As per the official data from the state election commission, Independent candidates have won 528 wards so far whereas the BJP and AAP have bagged 33 and 5 wards respectively.

10:49 (IST) 22 Jun 2022
INLD-backed candidate wins president polls from Mandi Dabwali Municipal Council

INLD backed Tek Chand Chabra won president election from Mandi Dabwali Municipal Council in Sirsa.

10:48 (IST) 22 Jun 2022
BJP wins presidential polls from Charkhi Dadri Municipal Council

BJP's Bakshi Ram Saini won president polls from Charkhi Dadri Municipal council.

10:38 (IST) 22 Jun 2022
Congress bags president poll from Bawal municipal council

Congress-backed Virender Singh wins president poll from Bawal municipal council in Rewari.

10:32 (IST) 22 Jun 2022
BJP-backed candidate Kundli council

BJP-backed Shimla Devi defeats AAP's Anjali by 77 votes for President post from Kundli municipal council in Sonepat district.

10:30 (IST) 22 Jun 2022
BJP wins Sadhura municipal council

BJP candidate Daisy Sharma wins Sadhura municipal council by a margin of 89 votes against AAP’s Babli.

10:29 (IST) 22 Jun 2022
Independent Satish Kararia leading from Assandh for president’s post

Independent candidate Satish Kataria is leading BJP’s Kamaljeet Ladi by over 500 votes for the President’s post of Assandh Municipal Committee.

10:22 (IST) 22 Jun 2022
AAP claims first win, wins Ward 1 of Sohna

“Aam Aadmi Party’s first electoral victory in Haryana. Ward No-1 of Sohna @AamAadmiParty candidate wins by 408 votes,” party writes on Twitter.

Delhi chief minister and AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal had recently visited the state to raise support on the ground for his party.  The state “will soon witness a political storm”, he had declared at a rally. “We ended corruption in Delhi and Punjab, now it’s Haryana’s turn,” he had said in reference to the party’s mega Punjab win in March. 

The polls are also seen as a litmus test for the BJP-JJP alliance since they come at a time when the state has been witnessing violent protests against the Centre’s Agnipath defence recruitment scheme.

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