BJP won Hodal, defeating second-placed Congress by 3387 votes. Congress had won this constituency in the previous election, but BJP took control of the seat with a narrow margin in this election.
Hodal is in the South Haryana region of Haryana. It is also a constituency reserved for SC candidates, and is a predominantly urban constituency. Defections of former INLD members is a major issue in this constituency.
Jagdish Nayar of the BJP received 45.8% of the vote, compared to 43.0% of the Congress's Udai Bhan. BJP's voteshare increased by 21.8% from 2014, while Congress's voteshare increased by 1.3%.
The constituency saw a 2-cornered contest, with Bharatiya Janata Party, Indian National Congress all getting a voteshare of 10% of more.
|Party||Name||Votes||Vote (%)||Party Voteshare Change|
|Bharatiya Janata Party||Jagdish Nayar||55864||45.8%||+21.8%|
|Indian National Congress||Udai Bhan||52477||43.0%||+1.3%|
|Jannayak Janta Party||Yashveer||8590||7.0%||+7.0%|
|Indian National Lok Dal||Ram Pal||1724||1.4%||-30.7%|
|Bahujan Samaj Party||Gaya Lal||874||0.7%||+0.2%|
|None of the Above||Nota||570||0.5%||+0.5%|
|Aam Aadmi Party||Karan Singh||304||0.2%||+0.2%|
|Ambedkarite Party of India||Budh Ram||249||0.2%||+0.2%|
|Peoples Party of India (Democratic)||Deen Dayal||156||0.1%||+0.1%|