Haryana Assembly Election 2019: Full list of BJP candidates for 78 seats
Haryana Assembly Election 2019: The election in the 90-member Assembly will be held on 21 October, Monday and results will be declared on 24 October.
With the Opposition weakened by desertion among its ranks and shrinking support base, the BJP is confident to retain power in the state
Riding on 'Modi wave', the party had stormed to power for the first time in 2014, winning 47 seats
Prior to this, it had been part of non-Congress governments as a junior partner and was never became a principle force
Fielding 78 candidates in the 90-member Haryana Assembly, the BJP has pitted chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar again from Karnal seat, where he emerged victorious in 2014.
The list also included the names of notes sports personalities - wrestler Babita Phogat, former Indian hockey captain Sandeep Singh and Olympic medalist Yogeshwar Dutt - who are contesting from Dadri, Pehowa and Baroda respectively.
This year, of the total 38 sitting MLAs, seven were denied tickets.
With the Opposition weakened by desertion among its ranks and shrinking support base, the BJP is confident to retain power in the state with a bigger mandate. Riding on 'Modi wave', the party had stormed to power for the first time in 2014, winning 47 seats. Prior to this, it had been part of non-Congress governments as a junior partner and was never became a principle force.
The election in the 90-member Assembly will be held on 21 October (Monday) and results will be declared on 24 October.
Here's the complete list of candidates fielded by the BJP:
|Karnal||Shri Manohar Lal Khattar|
|Panchkula||Gyan Chand Gupta|
|Ambala Cantt||Anil Viz|
|Ambala City||Shri Ashim Goyal|
|Mullana (SC)||Rajveer Barada|
|Sadhaura (SC)||Shri Balwant Singh|
|Jagadhri||Shri Kanwarpal Gurjar|
|Yamunanagar||Ghanshyam Das Arora|
|Shahbad (SC)||Krishan Bedi|
|Pehowa||Sardar Sandeep Singh|
|Guhla (SC)||Ravi Taranvali|
|Kaithal||Lila Ram Gurjar|
|Nilokheri (SC)||Bhagwan Das Kabirpanthi|
|Assandh||Sardar Bakshi Singh Virk|
|Panipat Rural||Mahipal Dhandha|
|Israna (SC)||Shri Krishan Panwar|
|Rai||Mohan Lal Kaushik Badoli|
|Gohana||Tirath Singh Rana|
|Safidon||Bachchan Singh Arya|
|Jind||Dr. Krishan Midda|
|Narwana (SC)||Santosh Danoda|
|Ratia (SC)||Laxman Napa|
|Kalawali (SC)||Balkaur Singh|
|Uklana (SC)||Asha Khedar|
|Hisar||Dr. Kamal Gupta|
|Bawani Khera (SC)||Bishambhar Balmiki|
|Garhi Sampla-Kiloi||Satish Nandal|
|Kalanaur (SC)||Ramavtar Balmiki|
|Jhajjar (SC)||Rakesh Kumar|
|Ateli||Sita Ram Yadav|
|Nangal Chaudhry||Abhay Singh Yadav|
|Bawal (SC)||Dr Banwari Lal|
|Pataudi (SC)||Satya Prakash Jaravata|
|Ferozepur Jhirka||Naseem Ahmed|
|Hodal (SC)||Jagdish Nayar|
|Faridabad NIT||Nagendra Bhadana|
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