Inderjit Singh Rao got a total of 5,70,596 votes; Zakir Hussain got a total of 3,39,055; Rao Dharam Pal got a total of 1,20,938 votes whereas the AAP leader Yogendra Singh lagged behind at 70,039 votes. The numbers do not match up to the expectation of what AAP was trying to build.
Infact, they also alleged that bogus voting has happened in Gurgaon and demanded a 100 percent repolling. Keeping in the view the increase in the number of votes in urban Gurgaon, the Election Commission conceded and repolling in 8 polling booths happened on May 15, a day before the counting of votes. However, that did not change matters much in the favour of AAP and they lagged behind in the fourth place.
The other players in Gurgaon were Bahujan Samaj Party's Dharampal who got 60355; Independent leaders such as Kusheshwar Bhagat who got 6875 votes; Fauji Jai Kawar tyagi Dixit who got 2866 votes and Manoj Yadav who received a total of 2866 votes etc.
Issues such as infrastructure, development, women safety and electricity are some of the key issues, which the new leader would have to address at an immediate basis.