New Delhi । In the Sixth phase of election voting will be held in all 10 Loksabha seats of Haryana. Hisar Rohtak and Sonipat are the key constituencies.
For the Hisar seat of Haryana Dushyant Chautala fron JJP, Bhavya Bishnoi from Congress, Brijendra Singh from BJP is in the field.
Hisar is going to witness a triangular clash of dynasts. Dushyant Chautala, who leads the JJP, is struggling to retain his seat. Bhavya, the youngest in the fray, is the grandson of late three-time Chief Minister Bhajan Lal while Brijendra Singh is the son of Union minister Birender Singh.
Fight on Rohtak seat is very interesting as 18 candidates are contesting. Deepender Singh Hooda from Congress, Arvind Sharma from BJP and Dharamvir from INLD are the key contestants.
However, Jat voters have sizeable presence in Rohtak, and the direct fights is considered to be in between the Congress and the BJP.
Rohtak parliamentary constituency, which covers Rohtak, Jhajjar and parts of Rewari districts, has traditionally favoured Jat candidates, but BJP has chosen to field a Brahmin face.
This parliamentary constituency is the bastion of Congress’ former Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda and his lawmaker son Deepender Singh Hooda. The Congress has won the Lok Sabha elections 11 out 17 times. Deepender Singh Hooda, 41, fought the Narendra Modi wave to emerge as the only Congress leader from Haryana to make it to the Lok Sabha in 2014.
In Sonipat Bhupinder Singh Hooda from Congress, Ramesh Chander Kaushik from BJP, Digvijay Chautala from JJP, Surender Chhikara from INLD are in fray.
This Jat dominated parliamentary constituency is witnessing a triangular contest. Barring Kaushik, all of the four main contestants belong to the Jat community, which has sizeable votes over 15 lakh.
Five out of the nine Assembly segments in this constituency are held by Hooda loyalists, an important factor in determining the pull of the candidate. The JJP candidate, Digvijay Chautala, is heavily banking on the three Assembly segments falling in Jind district. The BJP candidate relies heavily on the urban electorate in Sonipat and Jind assembly segments to prop up his prospects.