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Haryana Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Election Results 2014


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Finally, Khattar defends police action
November 20, 2014 09:40 AM
Drawing flak from most quarters over the handling of sect leader Rampal episode, Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar finally defended the police action."The government is committed to upholding the law and ensuring strict compliance with the directions of court. All are equal before the law, and the government is working dispassionately without any pressure or favouritism," Khattar said in a statement.Khattar had avoided comment on the Rampal issue in the past nearly 10 days.Khattar and his government have been criticised for not taking action against Rampal earlier."The government is proceeding carefully and cautiously to arrest Sant Rampal, chief of Satlok Ashram. Our first priority is to safely take out the innocent children, women and aged persons stranded in the ashram, and also make arrangements for their safe passage to their homes," he said. Khattar also expressed concern over the beating up of media persons by the police on Tuesday. Terming it as an "incident of misbehaviour", he promised that the whole incident would be investigated.
CM Khattar addresses first public meeting in Karnal
November 09, 2014 08:33 AM
Chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar, in his  first public meeting in Karnal, promised that BJP would establish a people-friendly government that would be committed to overall development of the state. He stated that 10 days of his government could not be compared with the 10-year of Congress rule in Haryana. "The results of the changed administration would be visible in the coming next few months".(News Reports)
Haryana Govt. to review 115 decisions taken by Ex CM
November 06, 2014 08:35 AM
Newsly elected Haryana's BJP government has announced to review 115 decisions taken after May 16 by former CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda during the Congress regime.After a cabinet meeting on Wednesday, CM Manohar Lal Khattar said the decisions belong to 23 departments and their officials had been asked to submit reports within 15 days enabling the government to take a call promptly. "There were few more decisions which were taken at the level of departments. These will be now decided at the level of ministers concerned after reviewing the same," Khattar added.(News Reports) 
Kanwar Gujjar elected speaker for new Haryana Assembly
November 04, 2014 08:59 AM
BJP legislator Kanwar Pal Gujjar was Monday elected the speaker of the newly constituted Haryana assembly.Gujjar, 54, was elected unanimously on the first day of the new Haryana assembly's sitting.He was escorted to the speaker's chair by Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, former chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) leader Abhay Singh Chautala and others.Elected from Jagadhri assembly constituency on a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ticket, Gujjar is a graduate.All newly elected legislators, except one, in the 90-member house were Monday administered oath of membership by pro-term speaker Raghuvir Singh Kadian. This is the 13th assembly for Haryana, which was formed Nov 1, 1966, carved out from the Punjab state.(IANS)
First session of newly elected Haryana Assembly commences
November 03, 2014 05:38 PM
The first session of the newly elected  Haryana Assembly commenced today with pro tem Speaker administering oath to the 90 legislators. Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar  was the first to be administered the oath by Raghbir Singh Kadian. He was followed by the ministers, including cabinet ministers Ram Bilas Sharma and Abhimanyu, Om Parkash Dhankar, Anil Vij, Narbir Singh, Kavita Jain, and Ministers of State Bikram Singh Yadav, Krishan Kumar Bedi and Karan Dev Kamboj. Abhimanyu took the oath in Sanskrit while others, including the Chief Minister, took it in Hindi. (News Reports)

Previous Results for Haryana Assembly Elections


2009 Assembly Election Result
Party NameSeat
BSP1
BJP4
HJC (Bl)6
IND7
INC40
INLD31
SAD1
Total90

2005 Assembly Election Result
Party NameSeat
BJP2
BSP1
INC67
IND10
INLD9
NCP1
Total90

Haryana Vidhan Sabha Election Summary 2014


Healthy voter turnout marks polling in Haryana

The polling for 90 assembly seats in Haryana was marked by keen voters’ participation as the state witnessed high a turnout of nearly 72.1 percent. Today’s voting will decide the fate of 1,351 candidates, including 116 women.

Significantly, six districts in the state – Kurukshetra, Yamunanagar, Kaithal, Fatehabad, Mewat and Sirsa – recorded an impressive over 75 percent polling.

But the polling day in Haryana was also marked by scuffles at nearly 10 places between workers of different political parties. In Hisar, Sirsa and Jind districts, there were reports of clashes among the supporters of Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

For the BJP, which is contesting the assembly polls in the state without entering into any alliance for the first time, the high turnout indicates that the voters want a change. As BJP’s chief ministerial candidate Captain Abhimanyu said "The BJP is all set to form the next government in Haryana on its own. We will get a clear majority and end the rule of scams and corruption". However, incumbent Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda is also confident that the Congress will win the elections and form the government for a third term. The opposition Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) too interprets the heavy turnout as an indicator that the party (INLD) was going to form the next government in the state.

About Haryana Elections


Haryana is situated in the northern part of our country. It was established in the year 1966 on 1st of November. The capital city of this state is Chandigarh and the largest city is Faridabad. It has an area of 17070 square miles. The population of this state is more than 25,000,000. The population of rural area is more than 16,000,000 and of urban area is more than 8,000,000. The official languages of this state are Hindi and Haryanvi.

Quick facts for Haryana Elections 2014

Parliamentary Constituencies
10
Assembly Constituencies90
Ruling PartyBharatiya Janata Party
Opposition PartyIndian National Lok Dal
Chief MinisterManohar Lal Khattar
GovernorKaptan Singh Solanki
Chief Electoral OfficerShri Shrikant Walgad
Address30- Bays Building (Top Floor), Sector 17, Chandigarh - 1600017
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Quick facts for Haryana Elections 2014 About Haryana Elections Administrative structure
Issues of the state State Legislative Assembly Main political parties in Haryana
List of Assembly constituencies in Haryana List of Chief Ministers of Haryana List of Governor of Haryana
Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Haryana Latest News And Update Party Wise Lok Sabha Election Results 2014
PCs and ACs Elections Results of Haryana Rajya Sabha Members from Haryana Cabinet Ministers of Haryana

Key Fights For Haryana Assembly Election



Sirsa
Makhanlal Singla (INLD)
Vs.
Naveen Kumar Kediya (INC)
Vs.
Smt. Sunita Setiya (BJP)
Badli
Om Prakash Dhankad (BJP)
Vs.
Naresh Kumar Sharma (INC)
Vs.
Smt. Sumitra Devi Gulia (INLD)
Garhi Sampla Kiloi
Dharamveer Hudda (BJP)
Vs.
Bhupinder Singh Hooda (INC)
Vs.
Bijender Sharma (HJCBL)
Garhi Sampla Kiloi
Captain Abhimanyu (BJP)
Vs.
Rajbir Singh Sandhu (INC)
Vs.
Ram Kumar Gautam (IND)
Hisar
Dr. Kamal Gupta (BJP)
Vs.
Smt. Savitri Jindal (INC)
Adampur
Karan Singh Ranolia (BJP)
Vs.
Kuldeep Bishnoi (HJC)


About Haryana Assembly Elections 2014


The term of the Haryana assembly expires on 27th October 2014, the Election Commission has announced to complete polls in the state by October 19 to leave sufficient time for the government formation

This time Haryana will witness a 5-cornered contest. Recently, Haryana Janhit Congress has snapped ties with BJP last August.

The first assembly elections in Haryana were held in 1966. The Legislative Assembly comprises 90 members whose fate will be decided by 15,594,415 voters. In the Assembly election of 2009, 69 women contested out of which only nine women got elected. In the 2005 state elections, 11 out of 60 women contestants won. The main political parties of influence in the state include the Congress, the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) and the BJP. Nonetheless, parties like the Bahujan Samaj Party and the Haryana Janhit Congress are also making inroads in the state. INC has won the Assembly elections in the state seven times. Bhupinder Singh Hooda has been the Chief Minister for two consecutive terms.

The Haryana Janhit Congress (BL) has now discontinued its alliance with the BJP-led NDA. In January 2014, three-time INC MP Inderjit Singh joined the BJP. Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will not take part in the Assembly elections. It is believed that the state might witness an INLD resurgence. Hence, it may not be an easy going for the Congress and the BJP in the state. But According to a recent ABP News-Nielsen Opinion Poll, the BJP is going to have an upper hand over other political parties in Haryana.

State Legislative Assembly

The current Governor of Haryana is Kaptan Singh Solanki and the Chief Minister is Manhohar Lal Khattar, a candidate of Bharatiya Janata Party. The legislature of this state is unicameral - there is only one house which is Haryana State Legislative Assembly comprising of 90 members. There are 10 Lok Sabha constituencies and 5 Rajya Sabha constituencies For the purpose of administration, this state is divided into 4 categories. They are the Ambala Division, Rohtak division, Gurgaon division and Hisar division. In all these divisions there are 21 districts, 47 sub-divisions, 67 tehsils, 45 sub-tehsils and 116 blocks. It has a total of 6759 villages and 81 cities and towns.

Election Issues of the state



Corruption is prevalent everywhere in the state. Right from the land allocation to a mere government job, corruption pervades. The biggest issue is the nexus of corrupt bureaucrats and politicians. The declining standards of education, problems of farmers, land acquisition and women empowerment are some of the main issues that became the focus of all the parties during the campaign.

List of Assembly constituencies in Haryana



AC No.AC NameAC No.AC NameAC No.AC Name
1Kalka31Sonipat61Garhi Sampla Kiloi
2Panchkula32Gohana62Rohtak
3Naraingarh33Baroda63Kalanaur(SC)
4AmbalaCantt34Julana64Bahadurgarh
5Ambala City35Safidon65Badli
6Mullana(SC)36Jind66Jhajjar(SC)
7Sadhaura(SC)37UchanaKalan67Beri
8Jagadhari38Narwana(SC)68Ateli
9Yamunanagar39Tohana69Mahendragarh
10Radaur40Fatehabad70Narnaul
11Ladwa41Ratia(SC)71Nangal Chaudhry
12Shahbad(SC)42Kalanwali(SC)72Bawal(SC)
13Thanesar43Dabwali73Kosli
14Pehowa44Rania74Rewari
15Guhla(SC)45Sirsa75Pataudi(SC)
16Kalayat46Ellenabad76Badshahpur
17Kaithal47Adampur77Gurgaon
18Pundri48Uklana(SC)78Sohna
19Nilokheri(SC)49Narnaund79Nuh
20Indri50Hansi80Ferozepur Jhirka
21Karnal51Barwala81Punahana
22Gharaunda52Hisar82Hathin
23Assandh53Nalwa83Hodal(SC)
24Panipat Rural54Loharu84Palwal
25Panipat City55Badhra85Prithla
26Israna(SC)56Dadri86Faridabad NIT
27Samalkha57Bhiwani87Badkhal
28Ganaur58Tosham88Ballabhgarh
29Rai59Bawani Khera(SC)89Faridabad
30Kharkhauda(SC)60Meham90Tigaon

Administrative structure



Like all other states, the Chief Minister is the head of the state who has all the executive and legislative powers. The state has a unicameral legislature and the Legislative Assembly comprises of 90 members. The state sends five members to the Rajya Sabha, the upper house of the parliament and ten to the Lok Sabha, the lower house.

Main political parties in Haryana



The political players of this state are :

BJP Congress Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC)
Haryana Lokhit Party (HLP) Indian National Lok Dal (INLD)

This state has a very systematic way of conducting elections and the people are getting educated about the election procedure and the main criteria for the electing of leaders. The Government of Haryana works very hard for the betterment of its people.

Haryana Lok Sabha Election Summary 2014


After the announcement of the Lok Sabha results, BJP won seven seats out of 10 total seats, Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) party won two seats while Indian National Congress (INC) party managed to get only one seat. The state of Haryana has a political ground which involves political parties like Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Indian National Congress (INC), CPI and CPI(M). Haryana is headed by Bhupinder Singh Hooda who formed an INC alliance in 2009. Haryana has 10 Lok Sabha seats which participated in the 2014 general elections. The voter turnout in Haryana was reported at 73% in the only phase of elections which took place in April-May 2014. The exit polls which assumed BJP's victory in India, also predicted the party's majority victory in the state.

The political atmosphere of Haryana is becoming more and more intense as the election draws near. Political parties in the fray are: the Indian National Congress (INC), the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Indian Lok Dal (INLD), the CPIM, the CPI and others. There are 10 parliamentary constituencies in the state, among which two are reserved for SCs.

List of Chief Ministers of Haryana



S. no.NameFromToPolitical Party
1Manhohar Lal Khattar Oct 26, 2014PresentBharatiya Janata Party
2Bhupinder Singh HoodaOct 25, 2009Oct 26, 2014Indian National Congress
3Bhupinder Singh HoodaMar 5, 2005Oct 24, 2009Indian National Congress
4Om Prakash ChautalaJul 24, 1999Mar 4, 2005Indian National Lok Dal
5Bansi LalMay 11, 1996Jul 23, 1999Haryana Vikas Party
6Bhajan LalJul 23, 1991May 9, 1996Indian National Congress
7Om Prakash ChautalaMar 22, 1991Apr 6, 1991Samajvadi Janata Party
8Hukam SinghJul 17, 1990Mar 21, 1991Janata Dal
9Om Prakash ChautalaJul 12, 1990Jul 17, 1990Janata Dal
10Banarsi Das GuptaMay 22, 1990Jul 12, 1990Janata Dal
11Om Prakash ChautalaDec 2, 1989May 22, 1990Janata Dal
12Chaudhary Devi LalJul 17, 1987Dec 2, 1989Janata Dal
13Bansi LalJul 5, 1985Jun 19, 1987Indian National Congress
14Bhajan LalJan 22, 1980Jul 5, 1985Indian National Congress
15Bhajan LalJun 29, 1979Jan 22, 1980Janata Party
16Chaudhary Devi LalJun 21, 1977Jun 28, 1979Janata Party
17Banarsi Das GuptaDec 1, 1975Apr 30, 1977Indian National Congress
18Bansi LalMay 22, 1968Nov 30, 1975Indian National Congress
19Rao Birender SinghMar 24, 1967Nov 2, 1967Vishal Haryana Party
20Pandit Bhagwat Dayal SharmaNov 1, 1966Mar 23, 1967Indian National Congress

List of Governor of Haryana



S. NoName of GovernorFromTo
1Kaptan Singh SolankiJuly 27, 2014Present
2Jagannath PahadiaJuly 27, 2009July 27, 2014
3Akhlaqur Rahman KidwaiJuly 7, 2004July 27, 2009
4Om Prakash VermaJuly 2, 2004July 7, 2004
5Babu ParmanandJune 19, 2000July 1, 2004
6Mahabir PrasadJune 14, 1995June 18, 2000
7Dhanik Lal MandalFeb 7, 1990June 13, 1995
8Hari Anand BarariFeb 22, 1988Feb 6, 1990
9Saiyid Muzaffar Husain BurneyJune 14, 1984Feb 21, 1988
10Ganpatrao Devji TapaseFeb 28, 1980June 13, 1984
11S.S. SandhawaliaDec 10, 1979Feb 27, 1980
12Harcharan Singh BrarSept 24, 1977Dec 9, 1979
13Jaisukh Lal HathiAug 14, 1976Sept 23, 1977
14Ranjit Singh NarulaMar 27, 1976Aug 13, 1976
15Birendra Narayan ChakrabortySept 15, 1967Mar 26, 1976
16Dharma ViraNov 1, 1966Sept 14, 1967


Cabinet Ministers of Haryana



Sr. No.Name of MinisterMinistries
1Sh. Manohar LalChief Minister, Home, Power, Town & Country Planning and Urban Estates, Mines and Geology, Administration of Justice, Architecture, Science and Technology, General Administration Archives, Jails, Information, Public Relations & Cultural Affairs, Personnel & Training, Raj Bhawan Affairs, Housing, Urban Local Bodies, Electronics & Information Technology, Renewable Energy and any other department not specifically allotted to any Minister
2Sh. Ram Bilas SharmaEducation & Languages, Transport, Technical Education, Food and Supplies, Tourism, Civil Aviation, Parliamentary Affairs, Archaeology and Mueseums, Hospitality
3Captain AbhimanyuFinance, Revenue & Disaster Management, Excise & Taxation, Planning, Forests, Environment, Industries & Commerce, Labour & Employment, Law & Legislative, Institutional Finance & Credit Control, Consolidation, Rehabilitation, Industrial Training
4Sh. Om Prakash DhankarAgriculture, Development & Panchayats, Irrigation, Animal Husbandry & Dairying, Fisheries
5Sh. Anil VijHealth & Medical Education, Ayush, ESI, Election, Sports and Youth Affairs
6Sh. Narbir SinghPWD (B&R), Public Health Engineering
7Smt. Kavita JainSocial Justice & Empowerment, Women & Child Development, Welfare of Scheduled, Castes and Backward Classes
Sr. No.Minister of State  Ministries
1Sh. Bikram Singh ThekedarCooperation (Independent Charge), Printing and Stationery (Independent Charge), Development & Panchayats (Attached with Development & Panchayats Minister)
2Sh. Krishan KumarSocial Justice & Empowerment (Attached with Social Justice & Empowerment Minister), Women & Child Development ((Attached with Women & Child DevelopmentMinister), Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes ((Attached with Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes Minister)
3Sh. Karan Dev KambojFood and Supplies (Attached with Food and Supplies Minister), Transport ( Attached with Transport Minister), Tourism ( Attached with Tourism Minister), Hospitality ( Attached with Hospitality Minister)

Rajya Sabha Members from Haryana



NamePartyTermNamePartyTerm
Shri Shadi Lal Batra Indian National Congress 03/04/2012 to 02/04/2018Shri Ram Kumar Kashyap Indian National Lok Dal 10/04/2014 to 09/04/2020
Shri Ranbir Singh Parjapati Indian National Lok Dal 02/08/2010 to 01/08/2016Kumari Selja Indian National Congress 10/04/2014 to 09/04/2020
Shri Birender SinghIndian National Congress 02/08/2010 to 01/08/2016  

Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Haryana



Shrikant Walgad (IAS) is the Chief Electoral Officer of Haryana.
He can be contacted at: 30-Days Building (Top Floor) Sector 17, Chandigarh, PIN - 160017
Phone: 0172-2701362
Fax: 0172-2706556
Email: ceo_haryana@eci.gov.in / hry_elect@yahoo.com

Last Updated on November 1, 2014


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