Maharashtra, Haryana, Arunachal Pradesh go to polls

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Maharashtra, Haryana, Arunachal Pradesh go to polls

Three Indian states go to poll today, 13th October, to elect their State Governments. Maharashtra, Haryana and Arunachal Pradesh will have poll on 435 constituencies to elect their future Govt. Considerable political consequences ride on the results of these elections as Congress has a lot on stake in the three states. Primary analysis suggests that Congress must win in all three states, but if it’s unable to do so, it’d severely hamper its stronghold at the National level as well.

No. of assembly constituencies going to poll: 435 ( 3 constituencies in AP have already elected Congress candidates unopposed)
No of Candidates: 4935
Women Candidates in fray: 287
Total Voters: 8.96 cr
Polling Stations: 99723

Seats Won in last elections:
Cong: 170
NCP: 73
BJP: 65
Sena: 62
Others: 26
IND: 42

The Top Contenders:

Maharashtra
Bokar, Nanded Ashok Chavan (Cong)

Assets: Rs 24 cr

Madhav Kinhalkar (Ind)

Assets: Rs. 2.26 cr

Ghatkopar West, Mumbai Janet D’Souza (Cong)

Assets: Rs. 1.65 cr

Poonam Mahajan (BJP)

Assets: Rs. 23.31 cr

Amrawati Raosaheb Shekhawat (Cong)

Assets: Rs. 6.68 cr

Sunil Deshmukh

Assets: Rs. 2.43 cr

Haryana
Kiloi, Rohtak Bhupinder Singh Hooda (Cong)

Assets: Rs. 2.8 cr

Satish Nandal

Assets: Rs. 5.9 cr

Dabwali, Sirsa Ajay Chautala (INLD)

Assets: Rs. 28 cr

Dr. K V Singh

Assets: Rs. 50 L

Hissar Savitri Jindal (Cong)

Assets: Rs. 43 cr

Ram Niwas Rada (INLD)

Assets: Rs. 59 L

Arunachal Pradesh
Tuting-Yingkiong George Apang (Cong)

Assets: Rs. 7.9 cr

Alo Libang (NCP)

Assets: Rs. 59 L

Pasighat Omak Apang (Cong)

Assets: Rs. 2 cr

Tangor Tapak (BJP)

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