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Haryana Legislative Assembly

Legislative Assembly of Haryana
8th Assembly
Kanwar Pal, BJP
Since 3 November, 2014
Deputy Speaker
Manohar Lal KhattarBJP
Since 26 October, 2014
Seats 90
Political groups
BJP (47)
INLD (19)
INC (15)
Independents (05)
HJC(BL) (02)
BSP (01)
SAD (01)
Meeting place
Vidhan Bhavan, Chandigarh, India
Secretariat Building, Chandigarh

The Haryana Vidhan Sabha (Hindi: हरियाणा विधानसभा) or the Haryana Legislative Assembly 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][2] The term of office is five years.


  • History 1
  • Political parties 2
  • People 3
  • Assembly members : Thirteenth Vidhan Sabha 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


The body was founded in 1966, when the state was created from part of the state of Punjab, by the scheduled castes, this was increased to 81 seats in March 1967, and to 90 seats (including 17 reserved seats) in 1977.[3]
From To First sitting
1st Vidhan Sabha 1 November 1966 28 February 1967   6 December 1966
2nd Vidhan Sabha 17 March 1967 21 November 1967   17 March 1967
3rd Vidhan Sabha 15 July 1968 21 January 1972   15 July 1968
4th Vidhan Sabha 3 April 1972 30 April 1977   3 April 1972
5th Vidhan Sabha 4 July 1977 19 April 1982 4 July 1977
6th Vidhan Sabha 24 June 1982 23 June 1987 24 June 1982
7th Vidhan Sabha 9 July 1987 6 April 1991 9 July 1987 (Lok Dal – 60 + BJP – 16, out of 90)
8th Vidhan Sabha 9 July 1991 10 May 1996 9 July 1991
9th Vidhan Sabha 22 May 1996 14 December 1999 22 May 1996
10th Vidhan Sabha 9 March 2000 8 March 2005 9 March 2000
11th Vidhan Sabha 21 March 2005 21 August 2009 21 March 2005
12th Vidhan Sabha 28 October 2009 20-Oct-2014 28 October 2009 (Congress – 40/90)
13th Vidhan Sabha 20 October 2014 October 2014 (BJP – 47/90, Lok Dal – 20, Congress – 15)

Political parties

SN Party No. of candidates No. of elected No. of votes %
1 Indian National Congress (INC) 90 15 20.60
2 Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) 89 18 24.10
3 Independents 6 10.6
4 Haryana Janhit Congress (BL) 65 2 3.60
5 Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) 90 47 33.20
6 Bahujan Samaj Party 90 1 4.4
6 Shiromani Akali Dal 1 1 0.60
Total: 425 90 100


Assembly members : Thirteenth Vidhan Sabha

Name Gender Constituency Party Notes
Shri Abhay Singh Chautala Male Ellenabad INLD
Shri Zakir Hussain Male Nuh INLD
Smt. Naina Singh Chautala Female Dabwali INLD
Shri. Randhir Kapriwas Male Rewari BJP
Shri Kanwar Pal Male Jagadhri BJP
Shri Vipul Goyal Male Faridabad BJP
Shri Anand Singh Dangi Male Meham INC
Shri Krishan Kumar Male Shahabad BJP
Shri Anil Vij Male Ambala Cantt BJP
Smt. Santosh Yadav Female Ateli BJP
Shri. Karan Dev Kamboj Male Indri BJP
Shri Subhash Sudha Male Thanesar BJP
Shri Abhe Singh Yadav Male Nangal Chaudhary BJP
Smt. Rohita Rewri Female Panipat City BJP
Shri Manish Grover Male Rohtak BJP
Shri Bhupinder Singh Hooda Male Garhi Sampla Kiloi INC
Shri Shyam Singh Male Radaur BJP
Shri Balkaur Singh Male Kalanwali SAD
Shri Rambilash Sharma Male Mahendergarh BJP
Shri Gian Chand Gupta Male Panchkula BJP
Shri O.P. Barwa Male Loharu INLD
Shri Narbir Singh,Rao Male Badshahpur INC
Shri Ravinder Machhrouli Male Samalkha Independent
Shri Tejpal Tanwar Male Sohana BJP
Shri Ghanshyam Dass Male Yamuna Nagar BJP
Smt. Bimla Chaudhary Female Pataudi BJP
Smt. Geeta Bhukkal Female Jhajjar INC
Shri Ghansyam Saraf Male Bhiwani BJP
Shri Makhan Lal Singla Male Sirsa INLD
Shri Hari Chand Middha Male Jind INLD
Sardar J.S. Sandhu Male Pehowa INLD
Shri Jagbir Singh Malik Male Gohana INC
Shri Udai Bhan Male Hodal INC
Shri Jai Tirath Male Rai INC
Shri Jaiveer Male Kharkhauda INC
Shri Kehar Singh Male Hathin INLD
Prof. Ravinder Baliyala Male Ratia INLD
Shri Jasbir Male Saffidon Independent
Smt. Kavita Jain Female Sonepat BJP
Smt. Kiran Choudhary Female Tosham INC
Shri Ramchand Kamboj Male Rania INLD
Shri Krishan Lal Panwar Male Israna BJP
Shri Lalit Nagar Male Tigaon INC
Shri Kuldeep Sharma Male Ganaur INC
Shri Seema Trikha Male Badkhal BJP
Shri Bhagwan Dass Male Nilokheri BJP
Shri Rahish Khan Male Punahana Independent
Shri Harvinder Kalyan Male Gharaunda BJP
Shri Om Prakash Male Narnaul BJP
Shri Om Prakash Dhankhar Male Badli BJP
Shri Anoop Dhanak Male Uklana INLD
Ch. Naseem Ahmed Male Ferozepur Jhirka INLD
Smt. Premlata Female Uchana Kalan BJP
Shri Mahipal Dhanda Male Panipat Rural BJP
Shri Subhash Chander Male Tohana BJP
Shri Latika Sharma Male Kalka BJP
Shri Parminder Singh Dhull Male Julana INLD
Shri Kulwant Ram Male Guhla BJP
Shri Pirthi Singh Male Narwana INLD
Shri Balwant Singh Male Fatehabad INLD
Col. Raghbir Singh (Badhra) Male Badhra INLD
Shri Tekchand Sharma Male Prithla BSP
Dr. Raghuvir Singh Kadian Male Beri INC
Shri Santosh Sarwan Male Mullana BJP
Shri Naresh Kaushik Male Bahadurgarh BJP
Shri Balwant Singh Male Sadhaura BJP
Shri Bishamber Singh Male Bawani Khera BJP
Shri Nayab Singh Male Naraingarh BJP
Shri Ved Narang Male Barwala INLD
Dr. Banwari Lal Male Bawal BJP
Shri Jai Prakash Male Kalayat Independent
Shri Randeep Singh Surjewala Male Kaithal INC
Shri. Kuldeep Bishnoi Male Adampur HJC BL
Shri Ranbir Gangwa Male Nalwa INLD
Capt. Abhimanyu Male Narnaund BJP
Shri Rajdeep Male Dadri INLD
Dr. Kamal Gupta Male Hisar BJP
Smt. Shakuntla Female Kalanaur INC
Pt M oolChand Sharma Male Ballabhgarh BJP
Dr. Pawan Saini Male Ladwa BJP
Shri Nagender Bhadana Male Faridabad Nit INLD
Shri Sri Krishan Hooda Male Baroda INC
Shri Karan Singh Dalal Male Palwal INC
Shri Umesh Aggarwal Male Gurgaon BJP
Shri Dinesh Kaushik Male Pundri Independent
Shri. Manohar Lal Khattar Male Karnal BJP CM
Shri Aseem Goel Male Ambala City BJP
Smt. Renuka Bishnoi Female Hansi HJC BL
Shri Bikram Singh Male Kosli BJP
Sardar Bakhshish Singh Virk Male Asandh BJP

Sumit Kumar is secretary to the house.[4]


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External links

  • Official website
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