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Haryana Municipal Corporation Election Results: BJP sweeps polls, wins all five mayoral posts Read In Hindi

The voting was held alongside municipal committees of Jakhal Mandi in Fatehabad and Pundri in Kaithal, results of which will also be announced on Wednesday.

Edited by: India TV News Desk, Chandigarh [ Updated: December 19, 2018 16:21 IST ]
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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has swept all five mayoral posts in the Haryana Municipal Corporation Elections. BJP candidates secured resounding wins in Karnal, Panipat, Rohtak, Yamunanagar and Hisar.

The voting to the municipal corporations of Karnal, Panipat, Yamunanagar, Rohtak and Hisar and municipal committees of Jakhal Mandi in Fatehabad and Pundri in Kaithal was held on December 16. A voter turnout of 69.30 per cent was recorded in the municipal elections in Haryana. Polling was held in 110 wards of the Municipal Corporation of Hisar, Rohtak, Yamuna Nagar, Panipat and Karnal, and 25 wards of Jakhal Mandi (Fatehabad) Aand Pundri (Kaithal) respectively.'

Haryana Municipal Corporation election Results (For Mayor position)

Hisar: Gautam Sardana (BJP-winner)

      

Karnal: Renu Bala (BJP-winner) 

Panipal: Avneet Kaur (BJP-winner) 
         

Rohtak: Manmohan Goyal (BJP-winner)
        

Yamunanagar: Madan Singh Chauhan (BJP-winner)
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Haryana Municipal Corporation election ward-wise results 

KARNAL

Ward no.1 - Naveen Kumar (BJP)
Ward no. 2 - Balwinder Singh (Independent)
Ward no.3 - Manjeet Kaur (Independent)
Ward no.4 - Neelam (Independent)
Ward no. 5 - Jaibhagwan Kashyap (BJP)
Ward no. 6 -Neelam Devi (BJP)
Ward no. 7 - Sudarshan Kumar (Independent)

ROHTAK 

Ward no. 1 - Krishna Kumar (Independent) 
Ward no.2 - Suman (Independet)
Ward no.3 - Tilak Raj Chauhan (BJP)
Ward no.4 -  Dharmendra (Independent)
Ward no.5- Geeta (Independent)

YAMUNANAGAR

Ward no.1 - Sanjay Kumar (Independent)
Ward no.2 - Praveen Kumar (BJP)
Ward no. 3- Harmeen Kaur Kohli (Independent)
Ward no. 4 - Devendra Singh (Independent)
Ward no. 5 - Vinay Kumar (Independent)
Ward no. 6 - Priti Johar (BJP)
Ward no. 7 - Ram Aasra (BJP)
Ward no. 8 - Vinod Kumar Marwa (Independent)

HISAR 

Ward no. 1 - Anil Jain (Independent)
Ward no. 2 - Kavita (BJP)
Ward no. 3 - Shalu Diwan (Independent)
Ward no. 4 - Anil Kumar (BJP)


JAKHAL MANDI (FATEHABAD)

Ward no. 1 - Harwinder Singh 
Ward no. 2 - Viren  Rani 
Ward no. 3 - Monika
Ward no. 4 - Kirti Goyal
Ward no. 5 - Seema Rani
Ward no. 6 - Govind
Ward no. 7 - Swati Rani
Ward no. 8 - Bikramjeet Singh
Ward no. 9 - Vikram Kumar 
Ward no. 10 - Vikas Kumar
Ward no. 11 - Amit Kumar 
Ward no. 12 - Niti Bansal

This is the first time that elections are being held for the posts of mayors. 59 candidates which include 40 men and 19 women, contested the election for the seats of Mayor. This was also the first time in the electoral history of municipal elections in the country that none of the above (NOTA) option was introduced in the electronic voting machines (EVMs).

The overall percentage in these elections remained 69.39, Singh said.  For the first time in the electoral history of municipal elections in the country that none of the above (NOTA) option was introduced in the electronic voting machines (EVMs).

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