Elections in Haryana

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Elections in Haryana have been conducted since 1967 to elect the members of Haryana Legislative Assembly and for the members of Lok Sabha. There are 90 assembly constituencies and 10 Lok Sabha constituencies.

Main Political Parties[edit]

INC: Indian National Congress, INC(I): Congress(Indira)
Janata Party, Janata Dal, INLD: Ind Nat Lok Dal (Devi Lal and Heirs of Chautala clan)
BJP: Bharatiya Janata Party, BJS or JS: Bharatiya Jana Sangh (precursor of BJP)
VHP: Vishal Haryana Party
Bansi Lal's Haryana Vikas Party (HVP), Bhajan Lal's HJC(BL): Haryana Jana-hita Congress
CPI: Communist party of India, CPM: CPI(Marxist)

Lok Sabha elections[edit]

  • Haryana, after being separated from Punjab, first went to polls in 1967.
  • 1967 (Fourth Lok Sabha) : Total: 9. Congress: 7/9, Jan Sangh: 1, Independents: 1 [1]
  • 1971 : Total: 9. Congress: 7, JS: 1, VHP: 1
  • 1977 (6-th Lok Sabha) : Total: 10. Janata Party (a.k.a. BLD): 10 out of 10, Congress: Zero.
  • 1980 : Total: 10. Congress(I): 5, Janata (Socialist): 4, Janata: 1
  • 1984 : Total: 10. Congress: 10/10
  • 1989 : Total: 10. Janata Dal: 6/10, Congress: 4
  • 1991 :
  • 1996 (11-th Lok Sabha): Total: 10. BJP: 4, HVP: 3, Congress: 2, Ind: 1
  • 1998 : Total: 10. HLD: 4, Congress: 3
  • 1999 : Total: 10. BJP: 5, INLD: 5, Congress: zero.
  • 2004 : Total: 10. Congress: 9/10, BJP: 1
  • 2009 : Total: 10. Congress: 9
  • 2014 (16-th lok Sabha) : BJP: 7, Congress: 1, INLD: 2

Legislative assembly elections[edit]

The elections for the Haryana Legislative Assembly held since 1967.[2]

Year Election Chief Minister(Winning Party/Coalition) Party-wise details
First Assembly Bhagwat Dayal Sharma (Indian National Congress)
1967 Second Assembly [3] Rao Birender Singh (break-away Vishal Haryana Party) Total: 81. Congress: 48,
Jan Sangh: 12, Swatantra: 3, RPI: 2
Ind: 16
1968 Third Assembly Bansi Lal (Congress) Total: 81. Congress: 48,
VHP: 16, BJS: 7, Ind: 6
1972 Fourth Assembly Bansi Lal
Banarsi Das Gupta
- - Indian National Congress
1977 Fifth Assembly Chaudhary Devi Lal (Janata Party)
Bhajan Lal (Janata Party)
Bhajan Lal - defected to Congress.
Total: 90. Janata Party: 75/90, Vishal Haryana Party: 5, Congress: 3
1982 Sixth Assembly Bhajan Lal
Bansi Lal
- - Congress
Total: 90. Congress: 36/90, Lok Dal+BJP: 31+6 = 37, Ind: 16
1987 Seventh Assembly Chaudhary Devi Lal
Om Prakash Chautala
Banarsi Das Gupta
Hukam Singh
- - Lok Dal, later Janata Dal
Total: 90. Lok Dal + BJP: 60+16 = 76/90, CPI: 1, CPM: 1, Congress: 5, Ind: 7
1991 Eighth Assembly Indian National Congress Bhajan Lal
1996 Ninth Assembly Bansi Lal (Haryana Vikas Party) Total: 90. HVP: 33, BJP: 11, SAP: 24, Congress: 9, Ind: 10
2000 Tenth Assembly Indian National Lok Dal Om Prakash Chautala
2005 Eleventh Assembly Bhupinder Singh Hooda (Congress)
2009 Twelfth Assembly Bhupinder Singh Hooda (Congress) Total: 90. Congress: 40/90
Lok Dal: 31, BJP: 4,
Janhit Cong (Bhajan Lal): 6, BSP: 1
2014 Thirteenth Assembly Manohar Lal Khattar (Bharatiya Janata Party) Total: 90. BJP: 47/90,
INLD: 20, Congress: 15,
Janhit Cong: 2, Ind: 6


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Lok Sabha Results 1967". Election Commission of India. 
  2. ^ "Election results - Full statistical reports". Election Commission of India. Retrieved 22 January 2014. 
  3. ^ "Haryana Vidhan Sabha Results 1967". Election Commission of India.