The average of assets per sitting MLA in Haryana is Rs 18.29 crore, while it was Rs 12.97 crore in 2014, said an analysis by the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR).
The 17-member group of leaders, set up by Congress President Sonia Gandhi, included former prime minister Manmohan Singh and Rahul Gandhi besides other top leaders.
The BJP was either winning or leading in 40 seats in the elections to the 90-member state assembly, according to the latest election commission figures, falling short of the majority mark of 46.
Haryana Assembly Speaker Kanwar Pal, a BJP legislator from Jagadhri, was also trailing in his constituency behind Congress' Akram Khan by a margin of 5,889 votes.
For BJP, while it has able to retain the position of single largest party in a state -where it gave a non-Jat Chief Minister for last five years; but its final tally may fall short of half-way 45 seat
JJP, a breakaway group of the Indian National Lok Dal, is led by Dushyant Chautala, former MP and grandson of former Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala.
The Haryana Armed Police personnel are posted in the second layer while the district police personnel are manning the outer layer of security.
Sharing the video, Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi called MLA Bakhshish Singh Virk 'the most honest man in the BJP'.
Dushyant Chautala is being seen as the real inheritor of his great grandfather and former Deputy Prime Minister Devi Lal's political legacy.
Sharing his experience about the two-hour train journey CM Manohar Lal Khattar tweeted, 'had a lively interaction with my co-passengers during my journey to Karnal to cast my vote!'
Haryana and Maharashtra CMs will be looking to improve their poll performance; opposition weakened by infighting, leadership crisis
The BJP led by Khattar has set a target of winning 75 seats, while the Congress is hoping to make a comeback following a change in guard in the state.
While the BJP and its allies seeking to retain power in the two states, the opposition is hoping to turn the tide by taking advantage of any anti-incumbency.
Senior AAP leader Sushil Gupta claimed that rumours were being spread about the AAP extending support to other parties in the Haryana polls.
The Congress leader hit out at the BJP government in the state, led by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, saying it was yet to wake up from its 'slumber'.