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On March 17, 1967 the second Vidhan Sabha or Legislative assembly of Haryana state was constituted under Section 73 of the Representation of People Act,
1951. The legislative Assembly comprised 81 members, elected from 66 general and 15 reserved constituencies.

Rao Birender Singh (born on 20 February 1921 and passed away on 30 September 2009) was elected as the Chief Minister of Haryana. He served a term from 24 March 1967 until 2 November 1967. The Vidhan Sabha was dissolved on 21 November 21 1967, as the state was brought under President’s Rule.

In the second Vidhan Sabha, 11 bills were passed. The most important implementation was of the Haryana Maternity Benefit Rules, 1967.

List of Successful Candidates in Haryana Assembly Election in 1967

A.C No.Assembly Constituency NameType of A.C.Winner Candidates NameGenderParty
1KalkaGENL. SinghMIND
2NaraingarhGENL. SinghMINC
3Chhachhrauli(SC)R. ParkashMINC
4JagadhriGEND. PrakashMBJS
5YamunanagarGENB. DayalMINC
6Mullana(SC)R. PrasadMRPI
7NaggalGENLakhwatiFINC
8Ambala Cantt.GEND. R. AnandMINC
9AmbalaGENF. ChandMBJS
10ShahabadGENJ. ChanderMINC
11ThanesarGEND. PrakashMINC
12Babain(SC)C. RamMINC
13NilokheriGENS. RamMBJS
14IndriGENP. DeviFINC
15KarnalGENR. LalMBJS
16Jundla(SC)R. KishanMINC
17GharaundaGENM. ChandMINC
18SamalkhaGENRandhirMBJS
19PanipatGENF. ChandMBJS
20NaulthaGENM. SinghMINC
21Rajaund(SC)R. SinghMINC
22PundriGENR. P. SinghMINC
23SherhadaGENP. A. J. SinghMIND
24KaithalGENO. PrabhaFINC
25PehowaGENC. LalMSWA
26Kalayat(SC)MaruMSWA
27NarwanaGENS. SinghMRPI
28JindGEND. KishanMINC
29JulanaGEND. SinghMINC
30SafidonGENS. KrishanMINC
31MehamGENM. SinghMIND
32Baroda(SC)R. DhariMINC
33GohanaGENR. DhariMINC
34KailanaGENR. SinghMINC
35SonipatGENM. LalMINC
36RaiGENR. RamMINC
37Rohat(SC)B. SinghMIND
38HassangarhGENS. ChandMINC
39KiloiGENS. NathMIND
40RohtakGENM. SeinMBJS
41KalanaurGENN. SinghMBJS
42BeriGENP. S. DaulataMINC
43Salhawas(SC)P. ChandMINC
44JhajjarGENM. SinghMIND
45BahadurgarhGENH. LalMINC
46FaridabadGENK. D. KapilMINC
47BallabhgarhGENT. RamMINC
48PalwalGENDhan SinghMIND
49Hasanpur(SC)G. LalMIND
50Ferozepur JhirkaGEND. MohammadMSWA
51NuhGENR. KhanMIND
52HathinGEND. SinghMINC
53SohnaGENM. SinghMIND
54GurgaonGENP. S. ThapranMBJS
55PataudiGENB. SinghMINC
56RewariGENS. DeviFINC
57Bawal(SC)K. LalMIND
58JatusanaGENJ. SinghMIND
59AteliGENN. SinghMINC
60NarnaulGENB. LalMBJS
61MahendragarhGENH. SinghMIND
62KaninaGEND. SinghMIND
63BadhraGENA. SinghMIND
64Dadri(SC)G. RaiMINC
65LoharuGENH. NandMINC
66ToshamGENB. LalMINC
67BhiwaniGENB. DevMBJS
68Mundhal KhurdGENJ. SinghMIND
69NarnaundGENR. DattMINC
70HansiGENH. SinghMINC
71Bawani Khera(SC)J. NathMINC
72AdampurGENH. SinghMINC
73HisarGENS. LataMINC
74Barwala(SC)P. SinghMINC
75TohanaGENH. SinghMINC
76FatehabadGENG. RaiMINC
77BadopalGENM. RamMINC
78SirsaGENL. DassMBJS
79RoriGENP. S. DassMINC
80Dabwali(SC)K. RamMINC
81EllenabadGENP. SinghMINC


List of Participating Political Parties in Haryana Assembly Election in 1967

S.No.Party Abbreviation Party
National Parties
1 BJSBharatiya Jana Sangh
2 CPI Communist Party of India
3 CPM Communist Party of India (Marxist)
4 INC Indian National Congress
5 PSP Praja Socialist Party
6 RPI Republic Party of India
7 SSP Sanghata Socialist Party
8 SWA Swatantra Party
Independents
9 IND Independent


Last Updated on October 19, 2014