Haryana Legislative Assembly

Haryana Legislative Assembly
13th Legislative Assembly of Haryana
Type
Type
Term limits
5 years
Leadership
Speaker
Deputy Speaker
Santosh Yadav, BJP
Since 3 November 2014
Leader of the House
(Chief Minister)
Leader of the Opposition
Structure
Seats 90
Political groups

Government (48)

  •      BJP (47)
  •      SAD (1)

Opposition (42)

Elections
First past the post
Last election
15 October 2014
Meeting place
Secretariat Building, Chandigarh, India
Website
haryanaassembly.gov.in

The Haryana Legislative Assembly or the Haryana Vidhan Sabha is the unicameral state legislature of Haryana state in northern India. The seat of the Vidhan Sabha is at Chandigarh, the capital of the state. The Vidhan Sabha comprises 90 Members of Legislative Assembly, directly elected from single-seat constituencies.[1] The term of office is five years.

History

The body was founded in 1966, when the state was created from part of the state of Punjab, by the Punjab Reorganisation Act, 1966. The house initially had 54 seats, ten reserved for scheduled castes, this was increased to 81 seats in March 1967, and to 90 seats (including 17 reserved seats) in 1977.[2]

FromToFirst sitting
1st Vidhan Sabha1 November 196628 February 1967  6 December 1966
2nd Vidhan Sabha17 March 196721 November 1967  17 March 1967
3rd Vidhan Sabha15 July 196821 January 1972  15 July 1968
4th Vidhan Sabha3 April 197230 April 1977  3 April 1972
5th Vidhan Sabha4 July 197719 April 19824 July 1977
6th Vidhan Sabha24 June 198223 June 198724 June 1982
7th Vidhan Sabha9 July 19876 April 19919 July 1987 (Lok Dal – 60 + BJP – 16, out of 90)
8th Vidhan Sabha9 July 199110 May 19969 July 1991
9th Vidhan Sabha22 May 199614 December 199922 May 1996
10th Vidhan Sabha9 March 20008 March 20059 March 2000
11th Vidhan Sabha21 March 200521 August 200921 March 2005
12th Vidhan Sabha28 October 200920-Oct-201428 October 2009 (Congress – 40/90)
13th Vidhan Sabha20 October 2014October 2014 (BJP – 47/90, Lok Dal – 20, Congress – 15)

Political parties

No. Party No. of candidates No. of elected No. of votes %
1 Indian National Congress (INC) 90 17 24.20
2 Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) 90 19 24.10
3 Independents 5 10.60
4 Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) 90 47 33.20
5 Bahujan Samaj Party 90 1 4.40
6 Shiromani Akali Dal 1 1 0.60
Total: 425 90 100

The Haryana Janhit Congress (BL), which won 2 seats in 2014 elections, merged with INC on 28 April 2016.

Presiding Officers

DesignationName
GovernorSatyadeo Narain Arya
SpeakerKanwar Pal Gujjar
Deputy SpeakerSantosh Yadav
Leader of the HouseManohar Lal Khattar
Leader of the OppositionAbhay Singh Chautala
Secretary of Legislative AssemblyR. K. Nandal[3]

Assembly members : Thirteenth Vidhan Sabha

NameGenderConstituencyParty
Shri Abhay Singh ChautalaMaleEllenabadINLD
Shri Zakir HussainMaleNuhINLD
Smt. Naina Singh ChautalaFemaleDabwaliINLD
Shri. Randhir Singh KapriwasMaleRewariBJP
Shri Kanwar PalMaleJagadhriBJP
Shri Vipul GoyalMaleFaridabadBJP
Shri Anand Singh DangiMaleMehamINC
Shri Krishan KumarMaleShahbadBJP
Shri Anil VijMaleAmbala CanttBJP
Smt. Santosh YadavFemaleAteliBJP
Shri. Karan Dev KambojMaleIndriBJP
Shri Subhash SudhaMaleThanesarBJP
Shri Abhe Singh YadavMaleNangal ChaudhryBJP
Smt. Rohita RewriFemalePanipat CityBJP
Shri Manish GroverMaleRohtakBJP
Shri Bhupinder Singh HoodaMaleGarhi Sampla-KiloiINC
Shri Shyam SinghMaleRadaurBJP
Shri Balkaur SinghMaleKalanwaliSAD
Shri Ram Bilas SharmaMaleMahendragarhBJP
Shri Gian Chand GuptaMalePanchkulaBJP
Shri Om Parkash BarwaMaleLoharuINLD
Shri Narbir Singh,RaoMaleBadshahpurBJP
Shri Ravinder MachhrouliMaleSamalkhaIndependent
Shri Tejpal TawarMaleSohnaBJP
Shri Ghanshyam DassMaleYamuna NagarBJP
Smt. Bimla ChaudharyFemalePataudiBJP
Smt. Geeta BhukkalFemaleJhajjarINC
Shri Ghanshyam SarafMaleBhiwaniBJP
Shri Makhan Lal SinglaMaleSirsaINLD
Shri Hari Chand MiddhaMaleJindINLD
Sardar Jaswinder Singh SandhuMalePehowaINLD
Shri Jagbir Singh MalikMaleGohanaINC
Shri Udai BhanMaleHodalINC
Shri Jai TirathMaleRaiINC
Shri JaiveerMaleKharkhaudaINC
Shri Kehar SinghMaleHathinINLD
Prof. Ravinder BalialaMaleRatiaINLD
Shri JasbirMaleSafidonIndependent
Smt. Kavita JainFemaleSonipatBJP
Smt. Kiran ChoudhryFemaleToshamINC
Shri Ramchand KambojMaleRaniaINLD
Shri Krishan Lal PanwarMaleIsranaBJP
Shri Lalit NagarMaleTigaonINC
Shri Kuldeep SharmaMaleGanaurINC
Smt. Seema TrikhaFemaleBadkhalBJP
Shri Bhagwan Dass Kabir PanthiMaleNilokheriBJP
Shri Rahish KhanMalePunahanaIndependent
Shri Harvinder KalyanMaleGharaundaBJP
Shri Om PrakashMaleNarnaulBJP
Shri Om Prakash DhankharMaleBadliBJP
Shri Anoop DhanakMaleUklanaINLD
Ch. Naseem AhmedMaleFerozepur JhirkaINLD
Smt. Prem LataFemaleUchana KalanBJP
Shri Mahipal DhandaMalePanipat RuralBJP
Shri Subhash BaralaMaleTohanaBJP
Smt. Latika SharmaFemaleKalkaBJP
Shri Parminder Singh DhullMaleJulanaINLD
Shri Kulwant Ram BazigarMaleGuhlaBJP
Shri Pirthi SinghMaleNarwanaINLD
Shri Balwan Singh DaulatpuriaMaleFatehabadINLD
Shri Sukhvinder (Badhra)MaleBadhraBJP
Shri Tekchand SharmaMalePrithlaBSP
Dr. Raghuvir Singh KadianMaleBeriINC
Shri Santosh Chauhan SarwanMaleMulanaBJP
Shri Naresh KaushikMaleBahadurgarhBJP
Shri Balwant SinghMaleSadhunaBJP
Shri Bishamber SinghMaleBawani KheraBJP
Shri Nayab SinghMaleNaraingarhBJP
Shri Ved NarangMaleBarwalaINLD
Dr. Banwari LalMaleBawalBJP
Shri Jai PrakashMaleKalayatIndependent
Shri Randeep Singh SurjewalaMaleKaithalINC
Shri. Kuldeep BishnoiMaleAdampurHJC BL
Shri Ranbir GangwaMaleNalwaINLD
Capt. Abhimanyu SindhuMaleNarnaundBJP
Shri RajdeepMaleDadriINLD
Dr. Kamal GuptaMaleHisarBJP
Smt. Shakuntla KhatakFemaleKalanaurINC
Pt Mool Chand SharmaMaleBallabgarhBJP
Dr. Pawan SainiMaleLadwaBJP
Shri Nagender BhadanaMaleFaridabad NITINLD
Shri Sri Krishan HoodaMaleBarodaINC
Shri Karan Singh DalalMalePalwalINC
Shri Umesh AggarwalMaleGurgaonBJP
Shri Dinesh KaushikMalePundriIndependent
Shri. Manohar Lal Khattar (CM)MaleKarnalBJP
Shri Aseem GoelMaleAmbala CityBJP
Smt. Renuka BishnoiFemaleHansiHJC BL
Shri Bikram Singh ThekedarMaleKosliBJP
Sardar Bakhshish Singh VirkMaleAssandhBJP

References

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