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  • 8:11 PM IST

    Exit Poll of Haryana Assembly Election 2019 LIVE Updates: Among other exit polls, Jan Ki Baat gives 57-17, NewsX-Polstrat 77-11, TV9 Bharatvarsh 47-23 to BJP and Congress respectively.

  • 7:53 PM IST

    Exit Poll of Haryana Assembly Election 2019 LIVE Updates: NewsX-Polstrat predicts 75-80 seats for BJP.

  • 7:50 PM IST

    Exit Poll of Haryana Assembly Election 2019 LIVE Updates: Among other exit polls, Jan Ki Baat gives 57-17, NewsX-Polstrat 77-11, TV9 Bharatvarsh 47-23 to BJP and Congress respectively.

  • 7:35 PM IST

    Exit Poll of Haryana Assembly Election 2019 LIVE Updates: 44% voteshare for BJP, 28% for Congress, 17% JJP and 11% others, predicts ABP-C Voter.

  • 7:30 PM IST

    Exit Poll of Haryana Assembly Election 2019 LIVE Updates: ABP News-C Voter predicts 72 seats for BJP, 8 for Congress, 10 for others.

  • 7:23 PM IST

    Exit Poll of Haryana Assembly Election 2019 LIVE Updates: News18-IPSOS says BJP’s voteshare to be 33.03%, INLD+ 24.78%, Congress 20.63%, Others 21.57%, JJP 0%, AAP 0%.

  • 7:18 PM IST

    Exit Poll of Haryana Assembly Election 2019 LIVE Updates: According to Times Now-VMR, BJP’s voteshare to be 46.2%, 22.8% for Congress, JJP 9% and others 22%.

  • 7:01 PM IST

    Exit Poll of Haryana Assembly Election 2019 LIVE Updates: News18-IPSOS predicts 75 seats for BJP, 10 for Congress, 0 for INLD and 5 for others.

  • 6:42 PM IST

    Exit Poll of Haryana Assembly Election 2019 LIVE Updates: Times Now-VMR exit poll predicts a resounding win for the ML-Khattar led BJP with 71 seats in the 90-seat Assembly.

  • 6:41 PM IST

    Exit Poll of Haryana Assembly Election 2019 LIVE Updates: Voting for Haryana Assembly Election 2019 ends with a voter turnout of 61.72%.

New Delhi: The single-phase Assembly Elections were conducted in Haryana on Monday. With the casting of votes done. all eyes will be on the exit polls, which will be declared after 6:30 PM after the polling process comes to an end at 6 PM. (Full Coverage of Assembly Elections 2019).

The announcement to this effect was made by the Election Commission of India (ECI) last week.

Exit polls will be conducted by various news channels in association with polling agencies. These include News 18-IPSOS, India Today-Axis My India, ABP News-C Voter, Times Now and NewsX-Polstrat.

Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, who is contesting from Karnal, and travelled in a train from Chandigarh to cast his vote earlier today, is seeking a second five-year term in office. He became the BJP’s first Chief Minister in the state after the party won 47 seats in the Assembly Elections five years ago. The opposition Congress, meanwhile, was reduced to just 15 seats and is looking to return to power; however, most experts have predicted an easy victory for Khattar-led BJP in the state.

Along with Haryana, Assembly Elections were also held in Maharashtra, another BJP-ruled state where Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, too, is seeking a second consecutive five-year term in office.

Result for both the states will be announced on Thursday.