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Indian National Lok Dal(INLD): 2014 Election Results with Seats


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Haryana gets a relatively young legislature
October 20, 2014 05:24 PM
 The newly elected 13th legislative assembly of Haryana is a relatively young one, with the youngest just 29. Nearly half of the 90 legislators elected this time are 50 years old or less. While the youngest one, Sukhvinder of the BJP, who trounced Ranbir Singh Mahendra of the Congress, who is former Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president and son of former chief minister Bansi Lal, from the Badhra assembly constituency, is just 29 years old, the oldest is INLD legislator Hari Chand Middha (Jind seat) at 72. At least 44 legislators in the new assembly are 50 years old or less. Of these, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has 23 young legislators, followed by the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) with 12 and the Congress with four. Nine of the 13 women legislators elected this time are under the age of 50 years. It is for the first time in Haryana that 13 women legislators have made it to the assembly. The earlier high was 11 women legislators in the 2005 assembly polls. The election results this time have also sent the first legislator-couple case to the assembly. Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC) president Kuldeep Bishnoi and his wife Renuka Bishnoi will enter the Haryana assembly as the first elected couple. Both, aged 46 and 40 respectively, have been legislators earlier but were never elected together. Kuldeep is son of former Haryana chief minister Bhajan Lal.
Record 13 women get elected to Haryana assembly
October 20, 2014 09:39 AM
Haryana's legislative history has a new entry - 13 women candidates have been declared elected to the new state assembly out of the record 116 who had contested. Out of those elected, eight belong to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), three to the Congress and one each to the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) and Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC). Five sitting legislators have been re-elected. These include two ministers - Geeta Bhukkal and Kiran Choudhary - in the outgoing Congress government. The other three re-elected are Renuka Bishnoi (HJC), Shakuntla Khatak (Congress), Santosh Chauhan Sarwan and Kavita Jain (both BJP). The newly-elected women legislators include Santosh Yadav, Seema Trikha, Latika Sharma, Rohita Rewari, Bimla Chaudhary and Prem Lata (all BJP) and Naina Singh Chautala (INLD).  
Exit polls get it right in Haryana with BJP win, Maharashtra results a bit different
October 19, 2014 09:46 PM
The results of assembly polls in Haryana largely matched the predictions made by exit polls for the BJP, but the outcome in Maharashtra slightly differed from the projections with the party failing to secure majority on its own.   The India TV-C-Voter exit poll for Maharashtra predicted that the Bharatiya Janata Party will emerge as the single-largest party in the 288-member assembly getting 124-134 seats. The poll predicted that Shiv Sena would get 51-61 seats, Nationalist Congress Party 31-41 seats and the Congress 38-48 seats.   Raj Thackeray's Maharashtra Navnirman Sena was projected to win 9-15 seats.   According to Today's Chanakya's exit poll results, the BJP was projected to get 151 (+ - 9 seats), Shiv Sena 71 (+ - 9 seats), Congress 27 (+ - 5 seats) and NCP 28 (+ - 5 seats). The MNS and others were projected to get 11 (+-5 seats).   The ABP News-Nielsen exit poll predicted that the BJP with its smaller allies was projected to get 127 seats in Maharashtra. It predicted that Shiv Sena will get 77 seats, Congress 40, NCP 34 and MNS five seats.   The C-voter poll, telecast by Times Now channel, predicted that BJP would get 129 seats in Maharashtra, while Congress would get 43 seats, Shiv Sena 56 and NCP 36 seats.   For Haryana, the India TV-C Voter predicted BJP getting 34-40 seats in the 90 member assembly. It said that the Indian National Lok Dal would get 25-31 seats. The Congress, which has been in power in the state for the past 10 years, was projected to get 12-18 seats. (IANS)  
BJP to form government in Haryana; Congress humbled
October 19, 2014 11:49 AM
 The BJP is all set to form the government in Haryana - for the first time on its own. Outgoing Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Hooda accepted defeat as the BJP contested the assembly elections on its own in the state, upset past trends, and will now lead a majority government. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had won 13 out of the 28 assembly seats results for which were declared till 1 p.m. and was leading in 38 other constituencies. Most of its candidates had taken unassailable lead over their nearest rivals in their constituencies.  Kailash Vijayvargiya, in charge of the BJP's party affairs in Haryana: "People of Haryana wanted a change. Our party cadres and leaders worked very hard. The credit for our success has to go to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah." On the question of the BJP having too many candidates aspiring to be the next chief minister in Haryana, Vijayvargiya said: "The party will collectively decide the next chief minister. He will be someone who will be acceptable to all sections in Haryana." The Congress won only five seats and was leading on nine others till 1 p.m. The Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) was heading for the second position in the results. The party won seven seats and was leading on 10 others. (IANS)  
Latest leads in Haryana
October 19, 2014 09:32 AM
Following are the latest leads in Haryana  at 10:45 AM : BJP leads in 49, INLD+ in 20, Congress in 15, HJC+ in 3, Others in 3  

Status of Top Leaders of Indian National Lok Dal for 2014 Vidhan Sabha Elections from Haryana


The table below shows the result of all the famous political leaders of the Indian National Lok Dal(Indian National Lok Dal) for Haryana vidhan Sabha Election Results 2014

Naina Singh Chautala
Constituency:Dabwali
State:Haryana
Votes so far: 68029
Constituency:Ellenabad
State:Haryana
Votes so far: 69162


Indian National Lok Dal Symbol

About Indian National Lok Dal



Formed in the year 1998, the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) is a regional political party in India with its mass base in the state of Haryana. It forms the principal opposition party in the state. The founder of the Indian National Lok Dal is Chaudhary Om Prakash
Chautala, who is also the present Chairperson of the party. The presence of INLD can also be felt in the states of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.

The Indian National Lok Dal is a political party run on the basis of kinship networks. It was the brainchild of Om Prakash Chautala's father, Devi Lal. Having been a renowned freedom fighter and a former Chief Minister of Haryana, Devi Lal was a revered figure among the masses. Though his son Om Prakash Chautala, also a former Chief Minister of Haryana, was the founder of the INLD, all major decisions regarding the welfare of the society, and especially regarding the peasants, were taken by Devi Lal. Om Prakash's son Ajay Singh Chautala is the Secretary-General of the INLD.

The INLD formed coalitions with the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in most of the elections since its inception. However, after the demise of Devi Lal, the INLD's popularity started declining, with the party performing poorly in all Lok Sabha and Haryana Assembly elections.

Chautala is the current opposition leader in the state of Haryana. The INLD has announced that it will initiate all efforts to overthrow the 'corrupt' Congress government, and enter into an alliance with any party towards the same goal for the 2014 general elections. The INLD, however, has not specified to join hands with the BJP for the upcoming elections.

Election Symbol and its Significance



The Election symbol of the Indian National Lok Dal, as approved by the Election Commission of India, is the “spectacles” (or chashma in Hindi). This is a significant political symbol for a party that claims to work for the poor people. The INLD claims to be the voice of the farmers, peasants and the oppressed sections of the society. In the states where it has a visible presence, the INLD follows the Gandhian ideals of non-violent resistance and democratic dissent. The INLD also claims to have rescued the state of Haryana from sheer lawlessness in 1999, when Chautala came to power and solved the crisis in the state.

The “spectacle” symbol is symbolic as it indicates the power of the Indian National Lok Dal to see the downcast state of living of the peasants and farmers in Haryana and Rajasthan. Devi Lal, who took major decisions for the party when he was alive, was respected by the people for his capability to see and feel the conditions of the people for whom he fought. His major schemes and policies as Chief Minister, followed by his son, have had a vibrant impact in the whole of the state of Haryana. Om Prakash's vision is to see India as a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic Republic. Thus, the INLD election symbol speaks for itself.


Leaders OF INLD



The leaders of the INLD, who are also the national executives of the party, are mentioned below:
  • Chaudhary Om Prakash Chautala, Chairperson and National President of INLD
    Om Prakash has remained the Chief Minister of Haryana for five terms. He has also been an important member of various important Committees of the Lok Sabha. As a politician, Chautala has organized various campaigns such as 'Nyaya Yuddh' for restoring justice and others. He has successfully organized a number of rallies like 'Haryana Bachao', 'Samast Haryana', 'Kisan Rally', and others. He also asserted faith of the people in the established 'Emotional Integration' of the Indian people, belonging to all castes and creeds of the state.
  • Ajay Singh Chautala, Secretary- General of INLD
    Son of Om Prakash, Ajay Singh Chautala has remained a former Member of the Parliament, Rajya Sabha as well as the Lok Sabha. Currently, he is a Member of the Legislative Assembly in Haryana, representing the Dabwali constituency.
  • Sadhu Ram Chaudhary, Vice-President of INLD
    Sadhu Ram has remained the Commissioner of Police in Haryana.
  • Kumari Phoolwati, Vice-President of INLD
  • Captain Inder Singh, General Secretary of INLD
    Singh is a former Member of Parliament.
  • Chattar Singh, Secretary of INLD
    He has remained an ex H.P.S.C member.
  • Padam Singh Dahiya, Secretary of INLD
    Dahiya has remained an ex MLA in Haryana
  • Narayan Parsad Aggarwal, Vice-President of INLD
    Anant Kumar Tanwar, Vice-President of INLD
  • Ramnarayan Yadav, Secretary of INLD
    Yadav has remained the Secretary of HVS
  • Yudhvir Arya, Secretary of INLD
    He has remained ex H.P.S.C. member


Achievements of INLD



As a regional political party, the Indian National Lok Dal has had a number of significant achievements. Some of them are listed below:
  • The INLD has a number of frontal organizations and cells under its banner. The most important is its student organization called the Indian National Student Organization (INSO), which makes its present felt in all the youth protests held across the states of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. The Women's Cell of the INLD, the Labour Cell of INLD, the Minority Cell of INLD, the Press Parvakta Cell of INLD have carried out important work.
  • Under the able administration of Om Prakash Chautala, Haryana was the first state to introduce the VAT (Value Added Tax) which accelerated a steady fiscal growth.
  • Chautala also opposed the so-called illegal allotment of land in Haryana by the Congress to Robert Vadra, Congress President Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law. Chautala demanded a CBI investigation against Congress for the supposed corruption.
  • The INLD demanded that the number of hearings in the Assembly sessions be increased from two to a greater number, such that this would give chance to the opposition to put forward their points.
  • The INLD has organized massive rallies and public meetings, so as to address the issues of the oppressed sections of the society, as well as meet their demands. The party has highlighted the poverty alleviation schemes to improve the conditions of the shattered economy of the country.

Contact Details and Address of INLD



Official Website of INLD: http://indiannationallokdal.com/
Head-Office Address of INLD: 18, Janpath Road, Delhi - 110001
Contact Number: (011) 23782650

Last Updated on September 17, 2014


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