1992 Punjab Legislative Assembly election
All 117 seats of the Punjab Legislative Assembly
59 seats needed for a majority
Legislative Assembly elections were held in the Indian state of Punjab in 1992 to elect the members of the Punjab Legislative Assembly. Chief Minister Beant Singh (Chief Minister) was elected as the leader of the ruling party.
The election results were declared with the Indian National Congress winning an absolute majority of 87 seats out of 117.
||No. of Candidates
||Number of Votes
||% of Votes|
|Indian National Congress||116||87||13,17,075||43.83%|
|Shiromani Akali Dal||58||3||1,56,171||5.20%|
|Bharatiya Janata Party||66||6||4,95,161||16.48%|
|Communist Party of India||20||4||1,09,386||3.64%|
|Bahujan Samaj Party||105||9||4,90,552||17.59%|
|Communist Party of India (M)||17||1||72,061||2.40%|
|Indian People's Front||2||1||2,292||0.08%|
- "STATISTICAL REPORT ON GENERAL ELECTION, 1992 TO THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF PUNJAB" (PDF). eci.nic.in. Election Commission of India. Retrieved 30 July 2018.
- The total includes votes and contestants of all parties, even those who failed to win any seat.