Indian general election in Haryana, 1991

Indian general election in Haryana, 1991


10 seats
  First party Second party
 
Party INC Haryana Vikas Party
Seats won 9 1

Haryana

The Indian general election, 1991 in Haryana, occurred for 10 seats in the state.


List of Elected MPs

No. Constituency Name of Elected M.P. Party Affiliation
1 Sirsa Kumari Selja Indian National Congress
2 Hissar Narain Singh Choudhury Indian National Congress
3 Ambala Ram Prakash Chaudhary Indian National Congress
4 Kurukshetra Tara Singh Indian National Congress
5 Rohtak Bhupinder Singh Hooda Indian National Congress
6 Sonepat Dharampal Singh Malik Indian National Congress
7 Karnal Chiranjilal Sharma Indian National Congress
8 Mahendragarh Ram Singh Rao Indian National Congress
9 Bhiwani Jangbir Singh Haryana Vikas Party
10 Faridabad Avtar Singh Bhadana Indian National Congress
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