Riding on a strong anti-establishment tide, the Congress, despite being a divided house in Haryana, was heading towards a two-third majority on Sunday.
Chief Minister Om Parkash Chautala (Indian National Lok Dal) won in Rori.
Congress leader Bhajan Lal has retained his Adampur seat.
Adampur: Congress leader Bhajan Lal.
Rori: Chief Minister Om Parkash Chautala (INLD) beat his nearest rival by a margin of 26,578 votes.
Narwana: Randeep Singh Surjewala (Congress) beat Om Prakash Chautala (INLD) by a
margin of 1,887 votes.
Meham: Former minister Anand Singh Dangi (Congress) beat Rajbir Singh Samain (INLD) by a margin of 23,00 votes.
Ambala city: Former Union minister Vinod Sharma (Congress) defeated Surjit Singh Sondha (INLD) by 33,309 votes.
Ambala Cantonment: Devinder Kumar Bansal (Congress) beat Anil Vij (Independent) by a margin
of 619 votes.
Ellenabad (SC): Former parliamentarian Sushil Kumar Indora (INLD) beat Mani Ram Keherwala (Congress) by a margin of over 1,600 votes.
Sadhaura (SC): Balwant Singh (INLD) beat Deep Chand (Independent) by a margin of
Thanesar: Ramesh Gupta (Congress) beat Transport Minister and Haryana INLD President Ashok
Arora by a margin of 14,781 votes.
Kaithal: Former Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee president Shamsher Singh Surjewala
beat Kailash Bhagat (INLD) by a margin of 4,658 votes.
Darba Kalan: Bharat S Beniwal (Congress) beat Vidya Devi (INLD) by a margin of
Jagadhari: Subash Chaudhary (Congress) beat Bishan Lal Saini (INLD) by a margin of 3,500
Chachrauli: Arjan Singh (Bahujan Samaj Party) beating Akram Khan (INLD) by a margin of 4,231 votes.
Yamunanagar: Krishna Pandit (Congress) beat Sahib Singh (INLD) by a margin of 14,700 votes.
Naraingarh: Ram Kishan (Congress) beat Pawan Dewan (INLD) by a margin of 7,769 votes.
Bhattu Kalan: Kulbir Singh Beniwal (Congress) beat Finance Minister Sampat Singh (INLD) by a margin of 9,868 votes.
Rajond: Satvinder Singh (Congress) defeated Balraj Singh (INLD) by a margin of 2,788 votes.
Fatehabad: Dula Ram (Congress) beat Swatantar Bala (INLD) by a margin of 10,625
Ratia: Gian Chand Odh (INLD) beat Gurdip Singh Gill (Congress) by a margin of 10,051
Dabwali (SC): Sita Ram (INLD) beat Jagan Nath (Congress) by a margin of 8,025 votes.
Taoru: Sahida (INLD) beat Zakir Hussain (Congress) by a margin of 964 votes.
Radaur (SC): Ishwar Singh Palaka (INLD) beat Lehri Singh (Congress) by a margin of
Hassanpur (SC): Uday Bhan (Congress) beat Jagdish Nayar (INLD) by a margin of 1,700
Pataudi: Bhupinder Chaudhary (Congress) beat Ganga Ram (INLD) by a margin of
Palwal: Karan Singh Dalal (Congress) beat Subash Katyal (INLD) by a margin of 28,000
Faridabad: A C Chaudhary (Congress) beat Chander Bhatia (BJP) by a margin of 51,000
Ballabgarh: Sharda Rathor (Congress) beat Mul Chand Sharma (INLD) by a margin of
Mewla Maharajpur: Mahendar Pratap (Congress) beat Krishna Pal Gujjar (Bharatiya Janata Party) by a
margin of 63,000 votes.
Hassan Garh: Naresh Malik (BJP) beat Balwant Singh (INLD) by a margin of 10,098
Jundla (SC): Meena Mandal (Congress) beat Nafe Singh (INLD) by a margin of 2,100
Kalanaur (SC): Kartar Devi (Congress) beat Mewa Singh (INLD) by a margin of 5,843
Karnal: Sumita Singh (Congress) beat Dharampal Gupta (INLD) by a margin of 34,000
Kiloi: Siri Kishen Hooda (Congress) beat Prem Singh (INLD) by a margin of 31,275
Rohtak: Shadi Lal Batra (Congress) beat Surinder Lal Sethi (INLD) by a margin of 10,476
Uchana: Birender Singh (Congress) beat Desh Raj (INLD) by a margin of 12,832 votes.
Nilokheri: Jai Singh Rana (Congress) beat Bakshish Singh (BJP) by a margin of 12,300
Gurgaon: Dharambir Gauba (Congress) beat former Deputy Speaker Gopi Chand Gehlot
(INLD) by a margin of about 50,000 votes.
Indri: Rakesh Kamboj (Congress) beat Ashok Kashyap (INLD) by a margin of 9,578 votes.
Kalka: Chander Mohan (Congress) leading.
Pehowa: formerSpeaker Harmohinder Singh Chatha leading.
Rewari: Ajay Yadav (Congress) leading.
Guhla: Buta Singh (INLD) leading.
Mullana SC: Phool Chand (Congress) leading over Social Welfare Minister Risal Singh (INLD) by 1,805 votes.
Jatusana: Yadhwinder Singh (Congress) leading.
(With inputs from PTI)