Haryana Panchayat polls results: BJP, AAP, INLD candidates win on several zila parishad seats : The Tribune India

Haryana Panchayat polls results: BJP, AAP, INLD candidates win on several zila parishad seats

INLD leader Abhay Chautala's son wins in Sirsa, BJP MP Nayab Saini’s wife loses in Ambala

Haryana Panchayat polls results: BJP, AAP, INLD candidates win on several zila parishad seats

Counting under way for 17 Zila Parishad and 134 block samiti seats in Panipat district. Tribune Photo: Mukesh Tandon



PTI

Chandigarh, November 27

The results of Haryana Panchayat polls were declared on Sunday with the candidates of the BJP, AAP and INLD registering victory on several seats of zila parishads in the state.

The notification of the names of all the elected candidates will be duly issued in the Haryana state government gazette before November 30, a senior poll official said.

The ruling BJP won 22 out of 102 seats of zila parishad it contested in seven districts, including Ambala, Yamunanagar and Gurugram, according to a party leader.

However, the party received a jolt in Panchkula where it lost 10 seats of zila parishads.

The Aam Aadmi party managed to make its presence felt in the panchayat polls as it claimed victory over 15 seats of zila parishads in districts, including Sirsa, Ambala, Yamunanagar and Jind. The AAP had contested around 100 seats of zila parishads.

The Indian National Lok Dal, which contested 72 seats of zila parishads, registered victory over 14 seats in the polls.

The Congress did not contest the panchayat polls on its party symbol.

The political parties also claimed that the candidates who were backed by them also won from several seats of zila parishads.

Many Independent candidates registered victories in the zila parishad polls, dealing a blow to political parties.

Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) leader and Ellenabad legislator Abhay Chautala’s son Karan Chautala won from the ward number 6 of zila parishad in Sirsa by more than 600 votes.

Speaking to reporters after the poll result, Karan Chautala thanked voters for his victory in the poll.

JJP MLA from Shahbad Ramkaran Kala’s son Kanwarpal won from ward number 1 of Shahbad zila parishad.

Among prominent losers was Kurukshetra BJP MP Nayab Singh Saini’s wife who was defeated by an Independent from ward number 4 of Ambala zila parishad.

The elections to 143 panchayat samitis and 22 zila parishads were held in three phases.

Haryana has 22 zila parishads comprising 411 members. The members will in turn elect the 22 zila parishad chiefs.

The state has 143 panchayat samitis, comprising 3,081 members who will further elect their respective presidents.

The counting of votes for panchayat samiti and zila parishad polls began at 8 am amid tight security arrangements at the counting centres. However, the dashboard of the state election commission, showing the poll results, developed a technical snag in the afternoon.

After the poll result, Haryana BJP chief O P Dhankar said BJP candidates and party-backed nominees were elected at most places for zila parishads and panchayat samitis.

He also congratulated the winners in the polls.

AAP supremo and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal congratulated his party candidates for their victories in zila parishad polls. In a tweet, Kejriwal asked them to work for people with full dedication.

AAP MP and party’s Haryana incharge Sushil Gupta said that the AAP won 15 seats of zila parishads.

With the poll result, it has become clear that the coming time in the state belongs to the Aam Aadmi Party, he claimed.

Meanwhile, Haryana State Election Commissioner Dhanpat Singh said out of 3,081 members of 143 panchayat samitis in the state, 117 had been already unanimously elected.

For the remaining posts of 2,964 members, 11,888 candidates had contested the election.

He said elections were held for 411 members of 22 zila parishads and as many as 3,072 candidates contested for these posts.

Singh said the counting of votes for the election of 411 members of zila parishads and the remaining 2,964 members of panchayat samitis in 143 blocks for all 22 districts was completed peacefully.

He said the notification of the names of all the elected candidates will be duly issued in the Haryana state government gazette before November 30.

In the first phase, the polling for zila parishads and panchayat samities were held on October 30 in nine districts Bhiwani, Jhajjar, Jind, Kaithal, Mahendragarh, Nuh, Panchkula, Panipat and Yamunanagar while polling for panches and sarpanches were held on November 2.

In the second phase, voting for the election of panchayat samitis members and zila parishads were held on November 9 in Ambala, Charkhi Dadri, Gurugram, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Rewari, Rohtak, Sirsa and Sonipat, while the poll for panches and sarpanches in Gram Panchayats of these districts was held on November 12.

In the third and final phase, voting for panchayat samitis and zila parishads in the remaining districts was held on November 22 and the election of panches and sarpanches in these districts were held on November 25.

The results of elections for panches and sarpanches were declared immediately after the polling in each phase. 

14:51 27 Nov
Sirsa Zila Parishad Results

INLD                                      10

AAP                                        6

Ind (BJP supported)               3

Ind (Meenu Beniwal support) 2

Ind (Cong supported)             2

Ind (JJP supported)                 1

 

Total                                        24

14:21 27 Nov
Jind Zila Parisha Results

List of winners

 Ward    Winner                     Party

1          Gurmel                        Independent

2          Virender Singh             Ind  

3          Sunita Rani                  Ind  

4          Suman                         Ind

5          Surender                      Ind  

6          Indu Bala                     Ind

7          Result awaited 

8          Jaipal                          Ind     

9          Asha                            Ind     

10        Pradeep                       Ind  

11       Result awaited

12        Naresh Kumar             Ind

13        Kavita                         Ind

14       Result awaited

15        Manisha                       Ind

16        Sudesh                        Ind

17        Vijay Goel                   AAP

18        Sushma                      Ind  

19        Satish                        Ind

20        Sushila                      Ind

21        Neeraj                       Ind

22        Jyoti                         Ind

23        Vazir                        Ind  

24        Pooja                       Ind

25        Vikas                     Ind  

*AAP wins one seat of zila parishad in Jind district

14:03 27 Nov
Kurukshetra MP's wife loses ZP poll

Ambala: BJP's Kurukshetra MP Nayab Saini's wife Suman, who was contesting from Ward No. 4 of Ambala Zila Parishad, lost to independent Rajesh Devi.

13:51 27 Nov
Charkhi Dadri Zila Parishad results

List of winners

Ward No winner                    Party

1          Mohit Sahu                 Ind

2          Lakshmi Bai                Ind

3          Ravinder Kumar         Ind

4          Shyam Lal                   Ind

5          Ramesh Kumari          Ind

6          Sunil Kumar                Ind

7          Sharmila Devi             Ind

8          Mandeep Dalawas      Ind     

9          Neelam Kumari           Ind      Defeated AAP candidate         

10        Nisha Kumari              Ind

11        Anuvir Singh Yadav    Ind

No candidates were in fray on party symbol except Reena Kumari of AAP in Ward no 9

11:37 27 Nov
MLA Abhay Chautala's son Karan Chautala wins ZP election in Sirsa

Sirsa: INLD leader and Ellenabad MLA Abhay Chautala's son Karan Chautala won the Zila Parishad election from ward number 6 in Sirsa district by 625 votes.

11:15 27 Nov
Faridabad: Zila Parishad results

List of winners

Ward 1- Harender

Ward 2- Sameena

Ward 3- Abbash Khan

Ward 4- Vijay Lohia

Ward 5- Shwet Sneha

Ward 7- Dharam Chaudhary

Ward 8-. Rekha

Ward. 9-. Anil Parashar

Ward 10 - Rekha

11:11 27 Nov
Ambala: Independent candidate Manjeet Kaur wins Zila Parishad election from Ward No 2
10:48 27 Nov
Ambala: BSP candidate Reena Devi wins Zila Parishad election from Ward No. 6
10:47 27 Nov
Karnal: Congress leader and former NSUI district president Shiv Kumar alias Sachin Burhanpur wins zila parishad election from Ward NO. 3 by 1534 votes 
10:46 27 Nov
Karnal: Amit Barana wins zila parishad election from Ward No. 5
10:45 27 Nov
Ambala: BJP candidate Sakshi defeats independent candidate and nearest rival Manjeet Kaur by a margin of 739 votes from Ward no. 10
10:43 27 Nov
Karnal: Geeta Surinder Udana wins zila parishad election from ward 2 by 166 votes
10:42 27 Nov
AAP ZP candidate wins from Ambala Ward No 9

Ambala: Aam Aadmi Party candidate Makhan Singh defeated BJP candidate and his nearest rival Mandeep Singh Rana by a margin of over 700 votes from ward 9 of Ambala Zila Parishad.

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