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Voting Pattern in the Fourth General Election

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In the 1967 elections, Haryana was one of the very few States where Congress was able to improve its position. In both the Vidhan Sabha and Parliament, Congress's share of the votes polled and seats won went up. The Jan Sangh emerged as the main rival to the Congress; and next to it Independents gained the most. The group of Left parties contested a larger number of seats than in 1962, but polled fewer votes and failed to win any seat.

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