The Left party said that the parties with any links with the BJP have no place in the LDF and asked the Kerala unit of the JDS to resolve the issue immediately.
With the counting of votes for the Haryana Assembly elections underway, the latest trends from the Gurgaon constituency show that Sudhir Singla of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is leading the race with 43, 424, (46.12 per cent).
Surprisingly, Independent candidate Mohit Grover is second having polled 23, 990 votes, making a total of 25.48 per cent of votes.
Way behind is Sukhbir Kataria of the Indian National Congress (INC) with 11, 538 votes (12.25 per cent).
Following the top three are:
Narender Singh of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) with 753 votes
Birham Parkash Jangra Advocate of the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) with 171 votes
Govnid Narayan of the Janata Dal (United) with 100 votes
Tarvinder Saini of the Loktanter Suraksha Party with 371 votes
Ranbeer Singh Rathi (RS Rathee) of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) with 947 votes
Comrade Wazir Singh (Independent) with 100 votes
Sheilza Bhatia of Swaraj India with 154 votes
Sube Singh Bohra of the Jannayak Janta Party with 1, 425 votes
Ashwani Sharma (Independent) with 626 votes
Kuldeep Janghu (Independent) with 396 votes
Gaje Singh Kablana (Independent) with 6, 092 votes
Dinesh Kumar (Independent) with 50 votes
Bhopal Singh Rao (Independent) with 1232 votes
525 candidates opted for NOTA None of the Above