Assembly election results 2019: The counting of votes for much-awaited results of the Haryana and Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha chunav (Assembly elections) will begin shortly. Though the exit polls on Monday, October 21 predicted clear majority for the ruling BJP in both the states it would be interesting to know what the crores of voters have actually decided in both the states for the next 5 years. Also Read - Haryana Assembly Election 2019: Re-polling in Five Constituencies Underway
Both the states voted in single phase on October 21, Monday and witnessed a slump in voter turnout. While 60.5 per cent of voter turnout was recorded in Maharashtra (down from 63.08 per cent in 2014), Haryana saw 65 per cent polling (down from 76.54 per cent in 2014). Also Read - Haryana Assembly Election 2019: New Exit Poll Says BJP, Congress Are Locked in Close Fight
When the counting for Maharashtra, Haryana Vidhav Sabha Chunav will begin Also Read - Maharashtra Assembly Election 2019: BVA's Hitendra Thakur to Remain in Politics Without Contesting in Future Elections, Says Report
The counting of votes will begin at 8 am on Thursday and the final results are likely to be out by evening by the Election Commission. Though the early trends would predict most of the results, the counting of votes will only be completed after 6 PM.
Where to watch the results
For fastest updates on Haryana, Assembly results in Hindi, one can tune into Zee News. Besides, the Election Commission of India will frequent online updates on its official website https://eci.gov.in/elections/currentelections/
One can also watch Zee News’ Live TV online from anywhere. The Live streaming of the ZEE News is available here https://zeenews.india.com/hindi/live-tv. Stay tuned to this place for 360-degree coverage on each and every seats of the state.
You can also tune into Zee 24 Taas for result of Maharashtra Assembly election 2019. The Live streaming of Zee 24 Taas is available here https://zeenews.india.com/marathi/live.
Meanwhile, a day before the announcement of results, the Congress has decided to boycott television debates tomorrow.The boycott is in continuation with the Congress’ strategy not to send spokesperson on TV debates after the poll debacle in the general election in May. The party had lost the general election badly and could not cross double digits. It is upset as the debates are on India-Pakistan ties and along communal lines.However, party leaders will be available to give solo interviews where there is no panel. Party spokesperson will also be available in AICC headquarters.