Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, December 30
Congress on Wednesday won the Mayor poll for Sonepat Municipal Corporation while the BJP won the contest for the post of chairperson in Rewari Municipal Council.
Haryana Janchetna Party won the mayor seat in Ambala MC while the BJP is ahead in the Panchkula MC polls.
The counting for various wards in various local bodies is still under way.
HJC’s Shakti Rani Sharma defeated BJP’s Vandana Sharma in Ambala by a margin of over 7,000 votes.
BJP’s mayoral candidate Kulbhushan Goyal is ahead of Congress’ Upinder Kaur Walia by about 5,000 votes in Panchkula.
Meanwhile, Poonam Yadav of the BJP has won chairperson post in Rewari Municipal Council by defeating Independent candidate Upma Yadav by 2,087 votes. Congress was third here.
Congress’ Nikhil Madaan defeated BJP candidate by a margin of 13,818 votes for Sonepat mayor seat.
- Rewari BJP nominee Poonam Yadav elected Chairperson of Rewari Municipal Council. She defeated Independent candidate Upma Yadav by a margin of 2,087 votes. Congress’ Vikram Yadav remained at third
- Rewari BJP candidate Poonam Yadav leads over Independent candidate Upma Yadav by 2,359 votes after the 13th round. Congress is at third position
- Rewari BJP’s candidate Poonam got 25,965 votes, Upma secured 23,878 while Vikram polled 15,271 votes. Besides them, BSP nominee Manju Kumari got 4,114, Independent candidates Nirmala Rao and Jyoti Rani secured 3,262 and 1,086 votes, respectively
- Haryana Jan Chetna Party’s mayoral candidate from Ambala is leading by 5,603 votes after the 10th round. BJP-JJP candidate is on the second position
- BJP’s Poonam Yadav maintains lead over independent candidate Upma Yadav after 11th round. She is leading now by 2,278 votes
- A stiff contest in Rewari between the BJP’s Poonam Yadav and Independent Upma Yadav for the post of Chairperson. Poonam leading over Upma by a margin of 913 votes after the ninth round. Poonam has 15,387 votes, Upma polled 14,474 votes while the Congress’ Vikram Yadav is at third with 8,979 votes
- Rohtak Independent candidate Pooja elected chairperson of Sampla Municipal Committee
- Rewari BJP’s Poonam Yadav slips to third, Independent candidate Upma Yadav leads by 2,620 votes from Congress’ Vikram Yadav. Upma got 9,677 votes, Vikram 7,057 and Poonam 6,598 votes
- Sonepat Congress candidate leads with 4,332 votes after 10th round
- Sonepat Congress Mayoral candidate leads with 4,571 votes after the ninth round
- Sonepat Congress candidate leads with 4,837 votes after the eighth round
- Haryana Jan Chetna Party’s mayoral candidate from Ambala leads with 2,227 votes after the sixth round
- Rewari BJP nominee Poonam Yadav leads over Independent candidate Upma by 92 votes
- Sonepat Congress candidate leads by 2,585 votes in the seventh round
- Sonepat Congress candidate Nikhil Madaan leads by 2,702 votes in the sixth round
- Rewari Independent candidate Upma Yadav leads over BJP nominee Poonam Yadav by 1,698 votes, Upma secured 6,506 and Poonam got 4,808 votes while the Congress candidate Vikram Yadav remains at third with 4,270 votes
- Congress’ Mayoral candidate from Panchkula Upinder Kaur Ahluwalia leading by a margin of just 44 votes after the first round
- Independent candidate Sushil Sahu from Hisar wins chairmanship of Uklana municipal committee by defeating JJP-BJP alliance candidate Mahendra Soni
- Dharuhera Municipal Committee polls in Rewari district: JJP-BJP alliance candidate for Chairman Maan Singh is trailing behind Independent candidate Babu Lal Lamba after the second round
- Rewari BJP candidate Poonam Yadav leads over Independent candidate Upma Yadav by 141 votes in the first round of counting while the Congress candidate Vikram Yadav is at third
- Haryana Jan Chetna Party’s mayoral candidate from Ambala leads by 1,445 votes after the third round
- BJP candidate from Sonepat leads by 554 votes in the fourth round
- BJP candidate again from Sonepat leads by 546 votes in the third round
- Congress candidate from Sonepat Nikhil Madaan leads by 643 votes in the second round
- Haryana Jan Chetna Party’s mayoral candidate from Ambala leads by 700 votes in the first round
- Sonepat BJP candidate Lalit Batra leads by 450 votes in the first round