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Wednesday, January 30, 2019

National News :Jind election result Counting of votes starts

Counting of votes in favor of the high-stake Jind bypoll in Haryana started here on Thursday in the midst of tight security game plans.

India news : The counting started at 8 am and results are required to be out by evening, authorities here said. Twenty-one competitors, including two ladies, had challenged the bypoll, which were hung on January 28. A solid voter turnout of 75.77% was accounted for in the by-decision to the Jind get together body electorate, named as a renown fight for the decision BJP, the Congress and the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) in front of the parliamentary and gathering surveys. 

The bypoll is additionally imperative for the recently glided Jannayak Janata Party (JJP), which was shaped after a split in the primary restriction INLD. 

The by-race was required after the passing of INLD MLA Hari Chan Middha, whose child Krishan Middha as of late joined the BJP and challenged as the saffron gathering's possibility for the bypoll.Hari Chand Middha had spoken to Jind twice. 

The Congress handled its senior chief and sitting MLA from Kaithal voting demographic Randeep Singh Surjewala. The INLD put money on Umed Singh Redhu to hold the seat. 

The JJP put its load behind Digvijay Singh Chautala, the more youthful child of imprisoned pioneer Ajay Singh Chautala, who split far from the INLD and drifted the gathering a month ago. Loktantra Suraksha Party (LSP), which is driven by BJP's renegade MP Raj Kumar Saini, had likewise entered the shred and handled its applicant. 

The bypoll was held only months in front of the Lok Sabha and get together decisions in Haryana making it much progressively vital. Most outstanding opponents BJP, Congress, INLD and JJP are looking at the outcomes as a self-appraisal practice in front of Lok Sabha surveys this year. The high-stake race is viewed as a choice on the Manohar Lal Khattar government and furthermore a semi-last in front of Lok Sabha races. 

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