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80 per cent voting recorded in Ellenabad bypoll in Haryana

Sirsa, October 30

By-elections for Haryana’s Ellenabad Meeting constituency noticed 80 per cent voting as ballots closed on Saturday. 

The resignation of Indian Nationwide Lok Dal (INLD) chief Abhay Chautala in January to protest the Centre’s new farm legal guidelines had made by-elections for the seat mandatory.

The polling started at 7 am and can proceed until 6 pm.

Greater than 1.86 lakh voters will determine the destiny of 19 candidates, together with Chautala, Congress nominee Pawan Beniwal and BJP-JJP candidate Gobind Kanda.

A complete of 211 polling cubicles have been arrange and 121 of those have been categorised as “weak” and “most weak”, the officers stated.

Tight safety preparations have been made for the bypoll with the deployment of 34 firms of paramilitary forces and police personnel from completely different districts.

Gobind Kanda, the brother of Haryana Lokhit Social gathering chief and legislator Gopal Kanda, joined the Bharatiya Janata Social gathering (BJP) not too long ago.

Beniwal, who had unsuccessfully contested the earlier Meeting polls towards Chautala, not too long ago converted from the BJP to the Congress.

Chautala, Beniwal and Kanda are locked in a triangular contest within the Ellenabad bypoll.

Beniwal forged his vote in Darba Kalan village within the morning.

District Election Officer Anish Yadav stated polling is occurring peacefully, whereas a Haryana Police official stated strict motion will probably be taken towards anybody who tries to disturb the continued election course of and legislation and order.

The officers stated the polling was being performed in accordance with the COVID-19 pointers.

Chautala had gained the Rori Meeting bypoll in Sirsa district in 2000 and the 2010 bypoll from Ellenabad, when INLD chief Om Prakash Chautala vacated the seat to retain the Uchana seat in Jind district—the opposite constituency from which he had contested the election in 2009 and gained.

Within the 2010 bypolls in Ellenabad, Abhay Chautala gained the seat and retained it in 2014 too. He once more gained from Ellenabad within the 2019 Meeting polls, when he was the lone INLD MLA to enter the Home.

Profitable the bypoll is essential for Chautala as a loss will deal a physique blow to the INLD, which lately is reeling below a sequence of electoral setbacks.

A serious a part of the Ellenabad Meeting constituency is rural with individuals largely counting on agriculture.

The counting of votes will probably be taken up on November 2, the officers stated. — PTI

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