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Haryana Election Commission



About Election Commission of Haryana

Haryana, earlier a part of the state of Punjab, came into existence in 1966 after the recommendations of the Sardar Hukam Singh Parliamentary Committee. The Shah Commission, led by Justice J. C. Shah, was assigned the responsibility to mark the boundaries of Haryana and Punjab. The division was made on the basis of languages: Hindi and Punjabi. The city Chandigarh, part of the Ambala district in Haryana, due to equal population of Punjabi and Hindi-speaking people, was made the capital city of both the states. It is a Union Territory of India.

Haryana Election Commission history

According to the provisions in the 73rd and 74th Amendment Acts, 1992, State Election Commissions are to be created in each state, with the agenda to superintend and guide the preparation of the electoral rolls for the local governing body and conducting elections to the Panchayats and municipalities. It was with the same objectives that the Haryana State Election Commission was formed.

Chief Electoral Officer of Haryana

The chief electoral officer of Haryana State Election Commission is Shri Shrikant Walgad, an IAS officer. 

Haryana Election Commission Officers

The officers currently holding posts in Haryana State election commission are as follows:
  • Chief Electoral Officer: Shri Shrikant Walgad, IAS
  • Additional Chief Electoral Officer: Shri Maheswar Sharma
  • Deputy Chief Electoral Officer: Shri Gulshan Kumar Gandhi
  • Assistant Chief Electoral Officer: Shri Sant Lal
The names of the various District Electoral Officers are:
  • Khetmalis Makrand 
    DC Office, Ambala
    Contact: 8059444001
  • Dr. S.S. Phulia
    DC Office, Panchkula
    Contact: 9501115566
  • Sh. Mandip Singh Brar
    DC Office ,Yaumnanagar
    Contact: 9466300663

  • Sh Nikhil Gajraj
    Deputy Commissioner, Kurukshetra
    Contact: 9466100161
  • Sh. N.K. Solanki
    DC Office, Mini Sectt. Kaithal
    Contact: 9728036666
  • Renu S. Phulia
    District Election Officer, Karnal Mini Sectt., Karnal (Haryana)
    Contact: 8295090009
  • Sh. Sameer Pal Srow
    Deputy Commissioner cum District Election officer, Panipat DC Office (Mini Sectt., Panipat)
    Contact: 8813000222
  • Dr. Chander Shekhar
    Office of Deputy Commissioner, Sonipat
    Contact: 9991060444
  • Y. S. Khyalia
    District Election Officer, Jind Mini Sectt., Jind (Haryana)
    Contact: 9416036039
  • M. L. Kaushik
    District Election Officer, Fatehabad Mini Sectt., Fatehabad (Haryana)
    Contact: 8053353000
  • Dr. J. Ganesan
    District Election Officer, Sirsa Mini Sectt., Sirsa (Haryana)
    Contact: 9416025002
  • Amit Kumar Aggarwal
    District Election Officer, Hisar Mini Sectt., Hisar (Haryana)
    Contact: 9416545444

  • Ashok Kumar Meena
    District Election Officer, Bhiwani Mini Sectt., Bhiwani (Haryana)
    Contact: 8295666888
  • Vikas Gupta
    District Election Officer, Rohtak Mini Sectt., Rohtak (Haryana)
    Contact: 9467869888
  • Ajit Balaji Joshi
    District Election Officer, Camp Office, Jhajjar
    Contact: 9416006665
  • Sh. D.K. Behera
    Deputy Commissioner cum District Election Officer, Narnaul, Room No 103, 1st Floor New Secretariat, Narnaul
    Contact: 8607442004
  • C. G. Rajini Kaanthan
    District Election Officer, Rewari Mini Sectt., Rewari (Haryana)
    Contact: 9992015551
  • Balraj Singh
    District Election Officer, Faridabad Mini Sectt., Faridabad (Haryana)
    Contact: 9582455555

Schedule and budget of election in Haryana

The term of the present government in Haryana will come to an end in 2014. It is only then that the Election Commission will announce the poll dates and the budget will be revealed. 

Address and contact details

Chief Electoral Officer of Haryana
30 Bays Building (Top Floor)
Sector 17, Chandigarh - 160017
Phone No.: 0172-2701362
Website: www.ceoharyana.nic.in


Last Updated on April 11, 2020

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