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Haryana Assembly Election Results in 2005



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Bhupinder Singh Hooda, Leader of the Indian National Congress was elected the Chief Minister of Haryana in the 2005 elections and Akhlaqur Rahman Kidwai, was then governor of the state.

During the assembly tenure 2005 to 2012, Haryana received a significant part of the country’s total investment and also of Japanese investment. During 2005 to 2009, four thermal power stations were added to the state’s kitty.

The Old Age Pension scheme for citizens over the age of 60 was implemented. The Chief Minister introduced “Ladli” scheme for the benefit of couples having a second girl child, which states that any couple having a second girl child receives more than Rs 5,000 every year for a period of five years. Additionally, pensionable age for couples having only female offspring was set as 45 years. Other concessions include 10 paisa per unit concession for an electricity meter registered on a woman's name. Property registered in the name of women gets a 20% concession on stamp duty.

A land pooling scheme for acquisition and development of residential sectors was introduced and implemented.

List of Successful Candidates in Haryana Assembly Election in 2005

YearA.C No.Assembly Constituency NameType of A.C.Winner Candidates NameGenderParty
20051KalkaGENChander MohanMINC
20052NaraingarhGENRam KishanMINC
20053Sadhaura(SC)Balwant SinghMINLD
20054ChhachhrauliGENArjan SinghMBSP
20055YamunanagarGENDr Krishna PanditFINC
20056JagadhriGENSubhash ChandMINC
20057Mullana(SC)Phool Chand MullanaMINC
20058Ambala Cantt.GENDevender Kumar BansalMINC
20059Ambala CityGENVenod Kumar SharmaMINC
200510NaggalGENNirmal Singh MohraMINC
200511IndriGENRakesh KumarMINC
2008Bye PollIndriGENBhim Sain MehtaMINC
200512NilokheriGENJai Singh RanaMINC
200513KarnalGENSumita SinghFINC
200514Jundla(SC)Meena RaniFINC
200515GharaundaGENRekha RanaFINLD
200516Assandh(SC)Raj Rani PoonamFINC
200517PanipatGENBalbir Paul SahahMINC
200518SamalkhaGENBhart SinghMINC
200519NaulthaGENParsanni DeviFINC
200520ShahabadGENKharaiti LalMINC
200521Radaur(SC)Ishwar Singh PalakaMINLD
200522ThanesarGENRamesh Kumar GuptaMINC
200523PehowaGENHarmohinder Singh ChatthaMINC
200524Guhla(SC)Dillu RamMINC
200525KaithalGENShamsher Singh SurjewalaMINC
200526PundriGENDinesh KaushikMIND
200527PaiGENTejender Pal SinghMIND
200528HassangarhGENNaresh KumarMBJP
200529KiloiGENShri KrishanMINC
200530RohtakGENShadi Lal BatraMINC
200531MehamGENAnand Singh DangiMINC
200532Kalanaur(SC)Kartar DeviFINC
200533BeriGENDr. Raghuvir SinghMINC
200534SalhawasGENAnita YadavFINC
200535Jhajjar(SC)Hari RamMINC
200536BadliGENNaresh KumarMIND
200537BahadurgarhGENRajinder SinghMINC
200538Baroda(SC)RamphalMINLD
200539GohanaGENDharam Pal Singh Malik MINC
2008Bye PollGohanaGENJagbir Singh MalikMINC
200540KailanaGENJitender SinghMINC
200541SonipatGENAnil ThakarMINC
200542RaiGENRamesh ChanderMINC
200543RohatGENSukhbir SinghMNCP
200544Kalayat(SC)GeetaFINC
200545NarwanaGENRandeep Singh SurjewalaMINC
200546Uchana KalanGENBirender SinghMINC
200547RajondGENSatvinder SinghMINC
200548JindGENMange Ram GuptaMINC
200549JulanaGENSher SinghMINC
200550SafidonGENBachan Singh AryaMIND
200551FaridabadGENA. C. ChaudharyMINC
200552Mewla MaharajpurGENMahender PratapMINC
200553BallabhgarhGENSharda RathoreFINC
200554PalwalGENKaran Singh DalalMINC
200555Hasanpur(SC)Udai BhanMINC
200556HathinGENHarsh KumarMIND
200557Ferozepur JhirkaGENAzadMINC
200558NuhGENHabib-Ur-RehmanMIND
200559TaoruGENSahidaMINLD
200560SohnaGENSukhbir SinghMIND
200561GurgaonGENDharambirMINC
200562Pataudi(SC)BhupinderMINC
200563BadhraGENDharambirMINC
200564DadriGENNirpenderMINC
200565Mundhal KhurdGENRanbir Singh MahendraMINC
200566BhiwaniGENDr. Shiv Shanker BhardwajMINC
200567ToshamGENSurender SinghMINC
200568LoharuGENSomvir SinghMINC
200569Bawani Khera(SC)Ramkishan FaujiMINC
200570BarwalaGENRandhirMINC
200571NarnaundGENRam KumarMBJP
200572HansiGENAmir ChandMINC
200573Bhattu KalanGENKulvir SinghMINC
200574HisarGENOm Prakash JindalMINC
200575GhiraiGENProf. Chhattar Pal SinghMINC
200576TohanaGENParamvir SinghMINC
200577Ratia(SC)Gian ChandMINLD
200578FatehabadGENDura RamMINC
200579AdampurGENBhajan LalMINC
2008Bye PollAdampurGENBhajan LalMINC
200580Darba KalanGENBharat SinghMINC
200581Ellenabad(SC)Dr. Sushil Kumar IndoraMINLD
200582SirsaGENLachhman Dass AroraMINC
200583RoriGENOm Prakash ChautalaMINLD
200584Dabwali(SC)Dr.Sita RamMINLD
200585Bawal(SC)Shakuntla BhagwariaFIND
200586RewariGENAjay SinghMINC
200587Atusana GENYadavendra Singh Alias Baljit SinghMINC
200588MahendragarhGENDan SinghMINC
200589AteliGENNaresh YadavMIND
200590NarnaulGENRadhey ShyamMIND


List of Participating Political Parties in Haryana Assembly Election in 2005

S.No.Party Abbreviation Party
National Parties
1 BJPBhartiya Janta Party
2 BSPBahujan Samaj Party
3 CPI Communist Party of India
4 CPM Communist Party of India (Marxist)
5 INC Indian National Congress
6 NCP Nationalist Congress Party
State Parties
7 INLD Indian National Lok Dal
State Parties - Other States
8 AIFBAll India Forward Bloc
9 CPI(ML)(L)Communist Party of India(Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)
10 JD(S)Janata Dal (Secular)
11 JD(U)Janata Dal (United)
12 RJD Rashtriya Janata Dal
13 RLD Rashtriya Lok Dal
14 SP Samajwadi Party
Registered(Unrecognised ) Parties
15 BND Bhartiya Nojawan Dal
16 BRPP Bharatiya Republican Paksha
17 ES Ekta Shakti
18 IJP Indian Justice Party
19 JJJKMC Jai Jawan Jai Kisan Mazdoor Congess
20 LD Lok Dal
21 LJP Lok Jan Shakti Party
22 LP(S) Labour Party (Secular)
24 NLP National Loktantrik Party
24 NSSP Niswarth Sewa Party
25 RPI(A) Republican Party of India(A)
26 RSD Rashtriya Sawarn Dal
27 SEP Samajik Ekta Party
Independents
28 IND Independent


Last Updated on October 19, 2014