[LIVE] Haryana MC Election Result 2022 Today Check District Wise Chairperson Post Updates

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Today marks the beginning of vote counting for the Haryana Municipal Corporation Election Results 2022. On June 19, elections for the positions of President and Councilor were conducted in 18 municipal councils and 28 municipalities. Despite minor glitches and malfunctions in EVMs, there was nearly 70% voter participation.

In Rewari’s Bawal municipal committee, the highest voter participation rate of 84.6% was achieved. Comparatively, the percentages for the municipal councils of Bhiwani and Jhajjar were somewhat lower at 63.60 and 61.60 respectively.

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  • Palwal – counting is still in progress, as of now Yashpal singh (BJP) is leading with more than 5000 votes
  • BJP candidate Ramesh Saini won president election from Mahendergarh Municipal committee by 4,600 votes.
  • 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.
  • AAP’s Nisha Kano Vangha wins presidents post of Ismailabad municipal committee of Kurukshetra district, defeating Pooja Garg of the BJP-JJP combine by 101 votes.
  • 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.
  • BJP’s Zile Singh Saini secured president post of Jhajjar Municipal Council.
  • Independent candidate Rinki Walia wins post of president with a margin of 1061 votes against BJP’s Pritpal Kaur Makkar in Naraingarh municipal committee.
  • Independent Ramesh wins president post from Hansi Muncipal council and Ramesh Batterywala secured chairman post of Barwala muncipal committee.
  • BJP’s Ashish Chakrapani wins president’s election of Pehowa Municipal Committee.
  • INLD backed Tek Chand Chabra won president election from Mandi Dabwali Municipal Council in Sirsa. He defeated Congress candidate Vinod Bansal by 2,150 votes.
  • BJP candidate Ramesh Saini wins president election from Mahendergarh Municipal committee by 4,600 votes.
  • BJP backed Shimla Devi defeated AAP’s Anjali by 77 votes for President post from Kundli municipal council in Sonepat district.
  • BJP backed Shimla Devi defeated AAP’s Anjali by 77 votes for President post from Kundli municipal council in Sonepat district.
  • Independent Satish Kararia is leading KATARIA by 518 votes and BJP’s Kamaljeet Ladi is trailing for the President’s post of Assandh Municipal Committee.
  • BJP candidate Shalini wins the post of President at Sadhaura municipal council in Yamunanagar, with a margin of 122 votes against Independent candidate Nisha Aggarwal. Shalini got 2135 votes, Nisha got 2013 votes.
  • BJP candidate Daisy Sharma wins Sadhura municipal council by a margin of 89 votes against AAP’s Babli.
  • Gaurav Bedi, son of CM Manohar Lal Khattar’s Adviser Krishan Bedi lost from ward number 9 of Shahbad Municipal council.
  • Independent candidate Advocate Birender Singh won chairperson’s election by 2,996 votes.
  • Hodal – Brij Bhushan is leading with just 26 votes after 4th round counting on Indresh Kumari.
  • Narwana – Mukesh Rani W% Vishal Mirdha is leading with a huge margin of 3344 votes with a total of 5428 votes.
  • Kaithal – Surbhi Garg is leading with a total of 7228 votes while Adarsh Kumari is trailing with 6740 votes. This seat is considered one of the hot seats for MC Elections.
  • Ratia – Priti Khanna is leading with 2696 votes while Sushma Rani is trailing with 2113 votes
  • Charkhi Dadri – BJP’s Bakshi Ram Saini is Leading with a huge margin of 6221 votes with a total of 9771 votes over Ravinder Singh Gupta who has gained a total of 3550 votes.
  • Bhiwani – Priti Rani of BJP is Leading with 2108 votes on Priti (Independent) who has gathered 1992 votes till now.
  • Narayangarh – Mamta Rani is Leading with 857 votes while Mamta Rani is Trailing with 727 votes

The Counting began at all MC Election Centers. We will updates this page will more updates for the same.

The primary race was between the state’s governing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) coalition and the Congress, while the Aam Adam Party is testing the waters ahead of the 2024 Haryana Assembly elections.

There were 456 wards across 18 municipal councils in the Haryana MC Election Results 2022. And out of 12.60 lakh registered voters, 6,63,870 were male, 5,96,095 female, and 35 transgender voters.

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Municipal Corporation Election Result

AAP contested the 2019 Haryana Assembly election, however, the party was unable to gain a single seat and received just 0.48 percent of the vote.

While the governing BJP-JJP coalition and the Aam Aadmi Party contested the elections under their respective party banners, several Congress candidates ran as independents.

The municipal elections in Haryana were conducted under strict security and with a strong police presence to guarantee free and fair voting.

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185 individuals are vying for the position of president in 456 wards of 18 municipal councils, according to State Election Commissioner Dhanpat Singh. The polls for the Faridabad Municipal Corporation and three other municipalities have been postponed because the electoral commission is amending the list of eligible voters.

MC Name Winning Candidate Name Runner-Up Candidate Name Winning Margin
Naraingarh Rinki Walia (Independent) Pritpal Kaur Makkar (BJP) 1061
Bhiwani Priti (Independent) Indu (AAP) 4305
Charkhi Dadri Bakshi Ram Saini (BJP)  Virender Kumar (Independent) 8045
Ratia Priti Khanna (Independent) Sushma Rani (Independent) 1349
Bhuna Arpna (Independent) Bhajan Lal (Independent) 3878
Fatehabad Rajender Singh Khichi (BJP) Adv. Virender (Independent) 1059
Tohana Naresh Kumar (Independent) Ramesh Chander (BJP) 4240
Sohna Anju (BJP) Lalita (AAP) 1864
Barwala Ramesh Batterywala (Independent) Ramkesh Bansal (JJP) 2223
Hansi Praveen Allawadhi (Independent) Meenu (BJP) 5505
Safidon Anita Rani (Independent) Manju Lata Rohilla (Independent) 1550
Uchana Vikas (Independent) Sajjan Kumar (Independent) 626
Narwana Mukesh Rani (Independent) Kanika (Independent) 341
Jind Anuradha Saini (BJP) Savita Kundu (Independent) 12705
Jhajjar Zile Singh (BJP) Nahar Singh (Independent) 6124
Bahadurgarh Saroj (BJP) Monika Rathee (INLD) 2563
lsmailabad Nisha Kano Vangha (AAP) Pooja Garg (BJP) 101
Shahabad Gulshan Kumar (JJP) Harish Kumar (Independent) 6475
Pehowa Ashish Chakrapani (BJP) Anil Dhawan (AAP) 55
Ladwa Sakshi Kurana (BJP) Sumit Bansal (Independent) 1416
Gharaunda Harry Luck Gupta (BJP) Surinder Kumar (AAP) 31
Taraori Virender Kumar Urf Billa (Independent) Rajeev Narang (BJP) 538
Nissing Romi Singla (Independent) Janak Raj (Independent) 2300
Assandh Satish Kataria (Independent) Kamaljeet Ladi (BJP) 553
Cheeka Rekha Rani (JJP) Usha Rani (Independent) 302
Rajound Babita (BJP) Haripal Singh (Independent) 1111
Kaithal Surbhi Garg (BJP) Adarsh Kumari (Independent) 5174
Mahendergarh Ramesh Saini (BJP) Naveen Rao (Independent) 4398
Nangal Chaudhary Priya Saini (BJP) Urmila Devi (Independent) 134
Narnaul Kamlesh (Independent) Sangeeta (BJP) 14634
Ferozepur Jhirka Manish Kumar (BJP) Jai Singh (Independent) 3928
Punhana Balraj (BJP) Shamsuddin (Independent) 1680
Nuh Sanjay Kumar (JJP) Vishnu Kumar (Independent) 237
Kalka Krishan Lal Lamba (BJP) Pawan Kumari Sharma (Independent) 6481
Samalkha Ashok Kumar (BJP) Sanjay Kumar (Independent) 2625
Hodal Indresh Kumari (Independent) Uday Singh (Independent) 3802
Meham Bharti (Independent) Amarjit Kaur (Independent) 278
Bawal Virender Singh (Independent) Chander Pal (Independent) 1058
Ganaur Arun (BJP) Sat Prakash Sharma (Independent) 6110
Kundli Shimla Devi (BJP) Anjali (AAP) 77
Gohana Rajni Virmani (BJP) Arun Kumar (LSP) 3040
Ellenabad Ram Singh Solanki (Independent) Rajesh Kumar (BJP) 347
Rania Manoj Sachdeva (Independent) Deepak Gaba (Independent) 818
Mandi Dabwali Tek Chand Chabra (INLD) Vinod Bansal (Independent) 1558
Sadhaura Shalini (BJP) Nisha Aggarwal (Independent) 122

The alliance of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) and the Congress are the leading candidates in the Haryana Municipal Corporation Election. The Aam Adam Party (AAP) of Arvind Kejriwal also ran candidates in the Haryana municipal elections. The AAP’s intention to contest the Haryana municipal elections is seen as a test run for the state Assembly elections in 2024.

Notably, the AAP contested the 2019 Haryana Assembly elections, but it was unable to gain a single Assembly seat and received just 0.48 percent of the total vote.

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