About Haryana Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Constituency
The state of Haryana emerged on 1st November, as a result of the ‘Punjab Re-Organization Act, 1966'.
The state capital of Haryana is Chandigarh. It is home to the Haryana Vidhan Sabha (Legislative Assembly) and the secretariat. Chandigarh, which is a union territory of India, is also the capital of Punjab.
The Haryana Vidhan Sabha
is unicameral in its nature. This means a representative form of government with a single legislative chamber. On the day of its inception, the assembly had 54 seats. Out of the total 54 seats, 10 seats were reserved for Scheduled Castes. The Second Vidhan Sabha was duly constituted under Section 73 of the Representation of the People Act, 1951, on 1st March, 1967, and the number of seats was raised to 81 members. The number of seats in the Vidhan Sabha was further raised to 90 Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLA s) in 1977, including 17 reserved seats.
In the Haryana Vidhan Sabha, there are no nominated members and it has 12 permanent Committees or houses. Unless dissolved sooner, the assembly has a tenure of five years. The three sessions of the Haryana Assembly are Budget, Monsoon and Winter.
Assembly Election Results for Haryana
Haryana emerged to be a separate State on the map of India on November 1, 1966. The state has been citadel of democracy and hub of politics in India, right from the times of British Raj till partition of the country in 1947, and thereafter, since its bifurcation from Punjab State in 1966.
The Haryana Vidhan Sabha or Haryana Legislative Assembly is unicameral (a representative form of government with a single legislative chamber) ever since its inception. The vidhan sabha of state located/situated in the Chandigarh, the capital city of state.
The tables below represent the assembly election results for the state of Haryana untill now starting from the most recent year 2014.
|Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP)||1|
|Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP)||47|
|Indian National Congress (INC)||15|
|Haryana Janhit Congress (BL) (HJC) (Bl)||2|
|Indian National Lok Dal (INLD)||19|
|Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD)||1|
Last Updated on June 30, 2015