Chandigarh: Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) Krishan Lal Panwar and impartial candidate Karthikeya Sharma have received two Rajya Sabha seats from Haryana. The officers made the announcement late Friday evening. Senior Congress chief Ajay Maken didn’t get sufficient votes, he mentioned. Sharma additionally had the help of the JJP, an ally of the BJP. The counting of votes was delayed by a number of hours on account of allegations of violation of guidelines.
A senior Election Fee official mentioned right here that Panwar obtained 36 votes, whereas 23 first desire votes went to Sharma’s account and 6 had been transferred from the BJP, taking the full variety of votes to 29. Congress MLA and get together’s licensed polling agent BB Batra mentioned the get together’s Kuldeep Bishnoi did cross-voting, whereas the vote of one other legislator was declared invalid.
The counting of votes started on Friday midnight after the approval of the Election Fee. The BJP and its supporting Independents alleged violation of guidelines and demanded that the votes of two Congress MLAs be declared invalid, resulting in a delay within the counting of votes. Election Fee sources in Delhi mentioned the demand was rejected.
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