Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly

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Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly
Twelfth Assembly
Type
Type
Leadership
Speaker
Brij Behari Lal Butail, INC
since 2013
Deputy Speaker
Jagat Singh NegiINC
since 2013
Chief Minister
Virbhadra SinghINC
since 2012
Leader of Opposition
Prem Kumar DhumalBJP
since 2013
Structure
Seats 68
Political groups

     INC (36)
     BJP (26)

     Independent(6)
Elections
First-past-the-post
Last election
November, 2012
Meeting place
The Himachal Pradesh Assembly
Website
Himachal Assembly

The Himachal Pradesh Vidhan Sabha (Hindi: हिमाचल प्रदेश विधान सभा) or the Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly is the unicameral legislature of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The present strength of the Vidhan Sabha is 68. The current speaker of the house is Brij Bihari Lal Butail.

List of Assemblies[edit]

Eleventh Legislative Assembly of Himachal Pradesh
Election Year Assembly Winning Party/Coalition Chief Minister
1952 Legislative Assembly of Part-C State of H.P. Indian National Congress Yashwant Singh Parmar
1957 Territorial Council
1962–1967 First Assembly Indian National Congress Yashwant Singh Parmar
1967–1972 Second Assembly Indian National Congress Yashwant Singh Parmar
1972–1977 Third Assembly Indian National Congress Yashwant Singh Parmar
1977–1982 Fourth Assembly Janta Party Shanta Kumar
1982–1985 Fifth Assembly Indian National Congress Ram Lal Thakur
Virbhadra Singh
1985–1990 Sixth Assembly Indian National Congress Virbhadra Singh
1990–1992 Seventh Assembly Bharatiya Janata Party Shanta Kumar
1993–1998 Eighth Assembly Indian National Congress Virbhadra Singh (2)
1998–2003 Ninth Assembly Bharatiya Janata Party Prem Kumar Dhumal
2003–2007 Tenth Assembly Indian National Congress Virbhadra Singh (3)
2007-2012 Eleventh Assembly Bharatiya Janata Party Prem Kumar Dhumal (2)
2012–Current Twelfth Assembly Indian National Congress Virbhadra Singh (4)

Current Cabinet (2012-present)[edit]

Source: Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly[1]

Designation Name
Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh
Public Works Minister Held by Chief Minister
Education Minister Held by Chief Minister
Forest Minister Thakur Singh Bharmouri
Irrigation & Public Health Minister Vidya Stokes
Transport, Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs and Technical Education Minister G. S. Bali
Health & Family Welfare Minister Kaul Singh Thakur
Industries Minister Mukesh Agnihotri
Power and Agriculture Minister Sujan Singh Pathania
Social Justice & Empowerment Department Minister Dhani Ram Shandil
Panchayati Raj & R.D Minister Anil Sharma
Housing,Urban Development Minister Sudhir Sharma
Excise & Taxation Minister Prakash Chaudhary

Current Party Composition[edit]

Source: Party Position in the House[2]

Sl.No. Name of the Political Party (Abbreviation) Number of Members
1 INC 36
2 BJP 27
3 HLP 1
4 IND 4
  Total 68

List of constituencies and present MLAs[edit]

Source: H.P. Vidhan Sabha-Election Results[3]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

[4]

  1. ^ Council of Ministers.
  2. ^ Party Position in the House.
  3. ^ H.P. Vidhan Sabha-Election Results.
  4. ^ Himachal Legislative Assembly


Sr. No. Members Name Political Party Constituency Name
1. Anil Kumar INC Mandi-68
2. Yadvinder Goma BJP Jaisinghpur-42(SC)
3. Bal Krishan Chauhan BJP Chamba-53
4. Rakesh Kalia INC Gagret-29(SC)
5. Inder Dutt Lakhanpal INC Badsar-28
6. Manohar Dhiman Independent Indora-35(SC)
7. Vinod Kumar BJP Nachan-61(SC)
8. Dr. Vinay Kumar INC Renuka-16(SC)
9. Dhani Ram Shandil INC Solan-14
10. Dr. Rajiv Saizal BJP Kasauli-13(SC)
11. Ravi Thakur INC Lahaul Spiti-55(ST)
12. G.S. Bali INC Nagrota-46
13. Suresh Kumar INC BJP-15(SC)
14. Gobind Ram BJP Arki-10
15. Govind Singh Thakur BJP Manali-56
16. Gulab Singh Thakur BJP Jogindernagar-66
17. Krishan Lal Thakur BJP Nalagarh-12
18. Baldev Tomar BJP Shillai-17
19. Mansa Ram INC Karsog-59(SC)
20. Inder Singh BJP Gopalpur-64
21. Ishwar Dass Dhiman BJP Bhoranj-36(SC)
22. Bumber Thakur INC Bilaspur-21
23. Jai Ram Thakur BJP Siraj-60
24. Kaul Singh Thakur INC Darang-67
25. Karan Singh BJP Banjar-57
26. Mohan Lal Bragta BJP Rohru-3
27. Sudhir Sharma INC Dharamsala-48
28. Khub Ram INC Ani-58(SC)
29. Bikram Singh Jaryal BJP Bhatyiyat-50
30. Rajeev Bindal BJP Nahan-19
31. Mahender Singh BJP Dharampur-65
32. Mukesh Agnihotri INC Haroli-31
33. Nand Lal INC Rampur-2(SC)
34. Rohit Thakur INC Jubbal-Kotkhai-4
35. Neeraj Bharti INC Jawali-37
36. Vikram Thakur BJP Jaswan- Pragpur-38
37. BBL Butail INC Palampur-44
38. Prakash Chaudhary INC Balh-63(SC)
39. Prof. Prem Kumar Dhumal BJP Bamsan-26
40. Rajesh Dharmani INC Ghumarwin-22
41. Kuldeep Kumar INC Chintpurni-30
42. Ajay Mahajan INC Nurpur-34
43. Vidya Stokes INC Theog-7
44. Snjay Rattan INC Jawalamukhi-40
45. Randhir Sharma BJP Shri Naina Devi Ji-49
46. Ravinder Singh Ravi BJP Dehra-41
49. Asha Kumari BJP Dalhousie-51
48. Rikhi Ram Kaundal BJP Jhanduta-23(SC)
49. Sohan Lal INC Sundernagar-62
50. Pawan Kajal Independent Kangra-49
51. Sarveen Chaudhary BJP Shahpur-47
52. Satpal Singh Satti BJP Una-32
53. Anirudh Singh INC Kasumpti-9(SC)
54. Balbir Singh Verma IND Chopal-5
55. Kishori Lal INC Baijnath-43
56. Sujan Singh Pathania INC Jawali-36
57. Kirnesh Jung INC Paonta Doon-18
58. Vijay Agnihotri BJP Nadaun-24
59. Suresh Bhardwaj BJP Shimla-8
60. Hans Raj BJP Churah-52(SC)
61. Jagat Singh Negi INC Kinnaur-1(ST)
62. Thakur Singh Bharmouri BJP Bharmaur-54(ST)
63. Prem Kumar Dhumal BJP Hamirpur-25
64. Ram Kumar INC Doon-11
65. Jagjeevan Pal INC Sulah-14
66. Virender Kanwar BJP Kutlehar-33