Maharashtra and Haryana Government Formation Updates: Manohar Lal Khattar to be sworn in as chief minister at 2.15 pm tomorrow; Dushyant Chautala to be his deputy
Haryana and Maharashtra Government Formation Updates: Incumbent chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar said that their mandate was accepted and the swearing-in ceremony will take place on Sunday at 2.15 pm.
BJP seals deal with Dushyant Chautala's JJP to form alliance govt in Haryana; Manohar Khattar to meet Governor to stake claim to form govt tomorrow
In a dramatic late night press conference on Friday, Union Minister Amit Shah announced that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Jannayak Janta Party (JJP) would form the next Haryana government. Shah, flanked by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and JJP chief Dushyant Chautala, said the chief minister would be from the saffron party and that the deputy chief minister would be from the JJP.
Haryana election results: JJP will support party which agrees to CMP that provides for 75% jobs quota for Haryanvis, says Dushyant Chautala
Jannayak Janta Party (JJP) chief Dushyant Chautala on Friday said his party will support any party in the formation of government in Haryana which agrees to a common minimum programme (CMP) that provides for 75 percent reservation in government jobs for natives of Haryana
Haryana Assembly polls: People will beat them with shoes, says Congress' DS Hooda on Independent MLAs joining BJP
Congress leader Deepender Singh Hooda on Friday said if the Independent MLAs join the Bharatiya Janata Party in Haryana then people will beat them up with shoes in the time to come
Haryana Assembly polls: Ex-Dy PM Chaudhary Devi Lal's legacy gets boost after five relatives from different political stripes win seats
The five Chautalas to have emerged winners this Assembly election — though representing different political parties — are Dushyant Chautala (Uchana Kalan seat), Abhay Singh Chautala (Ellenabad), Ranjit Singh Chautala (Rania), Naina Chautala (Badhra) and Amit Sihag (Chautala) from Dabwali.
Maharashtra, Haryana Assembly election results show BJP has done well, spurious narrative-makers have suffered setback
To see Maharashtra and Haryana election results as a 'punishment' for the BJP when the saffron unit emerged as the single-largest party in both the states and is set to retain power in both defying the iron rule of anti-incumbency in Indian politics is to deliberately misread the verdict and interpret it through the prism of confirmation bias
Haryana and Maharashtra election results: Exit polls way off mark; all but India Today-Axis My India had predicted saffron sweep
The exit polls for the Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly elections not only failed to gauge the fight put up by Congress in Haryana and with alliance partner NCP in Maharashtra, but they also failed to predict the impact of Independent candidates and other parties in the two states
Maharashtra Election Results 2019; Full List of Winners and Losers: Fadnavis, Thackeray, Chavan among victors; Pankaja Munde, six ministers taste defeat
Here's the complete list of winners and losers in the Maharashtra Assembly election, the results for which were announced on Thursday
Assembly Election Results 2019: When, where and how to watch counting of votes for Maharashtra and Haryana Assemblies; get live updates online at Firstpost; watch it live on TV on CNN-News18
The counting of votes for the Assembly elections in Haryana and Maharashtra held on Monday (21 October) will begin at 8 am and will be announced by 5 pm
Voting Percentage Assembly Elections 2019 updates: Till 6 pm, Maharashtra records 55.30% across 288 seats; national average 56.34% as voting concludes
Voting percentage update: The polling percentage in Maharashtra and Haryana stood at 55.30% and 61.62 percent respectively at 6 pm. In Maharashtra, 288 seats went to the polls as compared to 90 seats in Haryana. The national average was 56.35 percent
Daily Bulletin: Maharashtra, Haryana vote for new Assemblies today; by-election for 51 Assembly seats, two LS constituencies also underway; day's top stories
Voting in single-phase Assembly elections in Maharashtra is going on 21 October, 2019 (Monday) for all 288 Assembly constituencies.