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Haryana 2019

Election Summary

Total number of constituencies analyzed 91
Total candidates analyzed by NEW 1149
Candidates with declared criminal cases 120(10%)
Candidates with declared serious criminal cases 72(6%)
Crorepati candidates 486(42%)
Candidates who are graduate or above 491 (43%)
Candidates who have not declared PAN 60 (5%)
Total women candidates 104 (9%)
Total winners analyzed by NEW 90
Winners with declared criminal cases 12 (13%)
Winners with declared serious criminal cases 7 (8%)
Crorepati winners 84 (93%)
Winners who are graduate or above 62 (69%)
Winners who have not declared PAN 0 (0%)
Total women winners 9 (10%)

List of Candidates - JAGADHARI:YAMUNANAGAR (Comparison Chart of Party Candidates)

SNo CandidateParty Criminal Cases Education Age Total Assets Liabilities
6 Kanwar Pal   Winner BJP 0 12th Pass59 Rs 4,31,75,163
~ 4 Crore+
Rs 40,23,844
~ 40 Lacs+
1 Adarsh Pal Singh BSP 17 Graduate51 Rs 8,78,00,000
~ 8 Crore+
Rs 6,00,000
~ 6 Lacs+
2 Akram Khan INC 0 10th Pass49 Rs 13,56,60,790
~ 13 Crore+
Rs 25,35,000
~ 25 Lacs+
3 Arjun Singh Jannayak Janta Party 0 8th Pass63 Rs 4,10,94,602
~ 4 Crore+
Rs 19,56,437
~ 19 Lacs+
4 Baljeet Sharma INLD 0 10th Pass54 Rs 88,14,702
~ 88 Lacs+
Rs 0
5 Jagdeep Singh IND 0 12th Pass47
7 Naresh Kumar Loktanter Suraksha Party 0 10th Pass61 Rs 14,42,000
~ 14 Lacs+
Rs 0
8 Parveen Bhartiya Shakti Chetna Party 0 12th Pass51 Rs 2,66,30,000
~ 2 Crore+
Rs 18,60,000
~ 18 Lacs+
10 Yogesh Sethi IND 0 10th Pass43

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