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Comfortable win for Khattar in Haryana’s Karnal segment

The 70-year-old Bharatiya Janata Party leader won with a comfortable margin of 2.32 lakh against Divyanshu Budhiraja, the 31-year-old state youth Congress chief, who also fought his first electoral contest

As per final figures, 7,37,282 votes were polled in favour of Manohar Lal Khattar, followed by 5,04,437 for Divyanshu Budhiraja, while BSP’s Inder Singh also gained 32,410 votes to stand third. (HT File)
Updated on Jun 06, 2024 07:58 AM IST
By, Karnal

In Chandigarh, Sanjay Tandon’s boat sinks before sailing

Pitted against Congress’ seasoned leader, Manish Tewari, the road was always going to be tough for Tandon, a poll debutant; of the multitude of factors that led to Tandon falling short, the anti-incumbency that built up over the 10-year reign of BJP’s Kirron Kher, who failed to address some of City Beautiful’s major issues, stands out

BJP candidate Sanjay Tandon leaves the counting centre in Chandigarh after his defeat. (Keshav Singh/HT)
Published on Jun 05, 2024 05:55 PM IST
By, Chandigarh

BJP tally down to five as Congress scripts comeback story in Haryana

The BJP which had won all the 10 Lok Sabha seats in 2019, nine of them with substantial margins running into lakhs, could only retain Kurukshetra, Karnal, Gurugram, Faridabad and Bhiwani-Mahendergarh this election.

Some resounding wins, a few close shaves; and see-saw battles. This was the story in Haryana where the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its principal rival, the Congress on Tuesday shared the spoils, bagging five Lok Sabha seats each in Haryana as the election results indicated a revival for the faction-ridden Congress in the state. (Manoj Dhaka/HT)
Updated on Jun 05, 2024 09:08 AM IST
By, Chandigarh

HT Explains: A 5-point FAQ on the Lok Sabha battle in Haryana

The BJP is unlikely to repeat its 2019 Lok Sabha election performance of winning all 10 seats with a vote share of 58% in Haryana

Former chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda has led the Congress’s campaign. (HT PHOTO)
Published on May 18, 2024 06:28 PM IST

No anti-incumbency against central govt, says MoS Rao Inderjit Singh

Union Minister of State Rao Inderjit Singh is contesting his third election as a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate from Gurugram Lok Sabha seat.

A five-time member of Parliament (MP), Inderjit had switched sides after quitting the Congress in 2014. (HT File)
Updated on Apr 28, 2024 04:32 AM IST
By, Chandigarh
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