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Congress leading in six of ten seats in Haryana

Congress leading in six of ten seats in Haryana
PTI
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First Published: Sat, May 16 2009. 10 36 AM IST
Updated: Sat, May 16 2009. 10 36 AM IST
Chandigarh: Congress is leading in six of the 10 constituencies for which trends have started pouring in since morning while candidates of Haryana Janhit Congress-BL (HJC-BL) are ahead of their rivals in two seats.
In the remaining two seats, BJP and BSP nominees are leading.
In Rohtak, Deepinder Singh Hooda of Congress is leading by 11736 votes over his nearest BSP rival Karan, while Ashok Tanwar of Congress is leading by over 4384 votes from his nearest rival Sita Ram of INLD from Sirsa (SC) Lok Sabha Constituency.
BJP candidate Kisan Singh Sangwan is leading by over 295 votes from his nearest Congress rival Jintender Malik from Sonepat Lok Sabha seat.
Bhajan Lal of HJC-BL is leading by over 3379 votes from his nearest rival Sampat Singh of INLD in Hisar, but trailing in Gurgaon by over 4792 votes against Congress’s Rao Inderjit Singh .
Congress candidates Selja and Navin Jindal are leading in Ambala (SC) Lok Sabha seat and Kurukshetra parliamentary constituency respectively. While Selja is leading by over 4508 votes from his nearest rival Cahnderpal of BSP, Jindal is ahead of his INLd’s Ashok Arora by over 5892 votes.
Chander Bhatia of HJC-BL is marginally leading his nearest Congress rival Avtar Singh in Faridabad.
Ajay Chautala of INLD is trailing by over 748 votes against Congress candidate Shruti from Bhiwani-Mahendragarh Lok Sabha Constituency.
BSP’s Virender Kumar is leading by over 2574 votes from nearest rival Arvind Sharma of Congress from Karnal parliamentary seat.
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First Published: Sat, May 16 2009. 10 36 AM IST