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Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election Results in 1982



Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly Election in 1982 Party Wise

Party NameSeat
Indian National Congress (INC)31
Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP)29
Independant (IND)6
Janata Party (JNP)2
Total68


List of Successful Candidates in Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election in 1982

A. C. NO.Assembly Constituency Name Category Winner Candidates Name GenderPartyVoteRunner-up Candidates NameGenderPartyvote
1Kinnaur(ST)Thakur Sen NegiMIND12580Gopi ChandMINC9197
2Rampur(SC)Singhi RamMINC12776Ninzoo RamMIND6285
3RohruGENSatya Dev BushehariMINC11890Pratap Singh MukhiaMBJP6743
4Jubbal-KotkhaiGENRam LalMINC20765Shyam Lal PirtaMBJP3340
5ChopalGENKewal Ram ChauhanMINC12307Radha Raman ShastriMBJP8013
6KumarsainGENJai Bihari Lal KhachiMINC9641Bhagat Ram ChauhanMBJP4902
7TheogGENVidya StokesFINC12947Mehar Singh ChauhanMJNP8052
8SimlaGENDaulat RamMBJP12314Anand SharmaMINC9369
9Kasumpti(SC)Balak RamMBJP8594Roop Dass KashyapMINC7236
10ArkiGENNagin Chander PalMBJP8764Hira SinghMINC6545
11DoonGENRam Partap ChandelMINC12236Narain DassMBJP5239
12NalagarhGENVijayander SinghMINC16500Arjun SinghMIND7259
13Kasauli(SC)Raghu RajMINC9672Kirpal SinghMJNP3268
14SolanGENRama NandMBJP6253Guru DuttMIND3437
15Pachhad(SC)Gangu RamMIND9805Uchhbu RamMBJP5143
16Rainka(SC)Prem SinghMINC10466Mohan LalMJNP4910
17ShillaiGENGuman Singh ChauhanMINC12042Jagat SinghMLKD9381
18Paonta DoonGENKush ParmarMINC10099Milk RajMBJP7747
19NahanGENShyama SharmaFJNP12926Sunder SinghMINC6032
20KotkehloorGENDaulat Ram SankhyanMINC6400Daulat Ram SharmaMBJP5861
21BilaspurGENSada Ram ThakurMBJP10445Partap SinghMINC8957
22GhumarwinGENNarayan Singh SwamiMBJP11836Sita Ram SharmaMINC11350
23Geharwin(SC)Ganu RamMBJP7477Rikhi Ram KaundalMIND6901
24NadaunGENDhani RamMBJP9308Prem Dass SharmaMINC7478
25HamirpurGENJagdev ChandMBJP14471Babu RamMINC7857
26BamsanGENLashkari RamMBJP12862Ranjit SinghMINC9788
27Mewa(SC)Dharam SinghMINC11814Amar SinghMBJP9924
28NadauntaGENRam Rattan SharmaMBJP10365Prem Chand VermaMINC8622
29Gagret(SC)Sadhu RamMBJP11377Mehnga SinghMINC9906
30ChintpurniGENHans Raj AkrotMINC9904Romesh ChanderMBJP8199
31SantokgarhGENVijay Kumar JoshiMINC10589Kashmiri Lal JoshiMIND9371
32UnaGENDes RajMBJP14707Ram RakhaMINC9515
33KutleharGENRanjit SinghMJNP7022Ram Nath SharmaMINC6244
34NurpurGENSat MahajanMINC15384Kewal SinghMJNP12085
35Gangath(SC)Des RajMBJP11751Dhinoo RamMINC9048
36JawaliGENRajan SushantMBJP11669Sujan Singh PathaaniaMINC11141
37GulerGENChander KumarMINC8867Harbans Singh RanaMIND5775
38JaswanGENAgya Ram ThakurMBJP10147Sarla SharmaFINC8598
39Pragpur(SC)Virender KumarMBJP9241Yog RajMIND7503
By Polls in 1984Pragpur(SC)Y.RajMINC13315V.KumarMBJP11650
40JawalamukhiGENKashmir Singh RanaMBJP9350Mela Ram SaverMINC7472
41ThuralGENChandresh KumariFINC7423Santosh KumarMBJP6742
42Rajgir(SC)Milkhi Ram GomaMINC9358Shambhu RamMBJP6717
43BaijnathGENSant RamMINC10346Milkhi RamMIND4202
44PalampurGENSarwan KumarMBJP10508Kunj Bihari LalMINC8762
45SullahGENShanta KumarMBJP11857Man ChandMINC8708
46NagrotaGENRam ChandMBJP12618HardyalMINC9254
47ShahpurGENVijai SinghMIND11301Ajit PaulMINC6386
48DharamsalaGENBrij LalMBJP9513Mool Raj SharmaMINC6971
49KangraGENVidya SagarMBJP15097Surendar PaulMINC7388
50BhattiyatGENShiv KumarMINC10796Amar SinghMBJP7480
51BanikhetGENDes Raj MahajanMINC12663Daulat RamMCPI6154
52Rajnagar(SC)Mohan LalMBJP11927Vidya DharMINC11885
53ChambaGENSagar ChandMINC12744Kishori LalMBJP9983
54Bharmour(ST)Thakur SinghMINC7285Ram CharanMIND5474
55Lahaul and Spiti(ST)Devi SinghMINC5636Surinder ChandMBJP3446
56KulluGENKunj LalMBJP14967Raj Krishan GaorMINC13425
57BanjarGENMaheshwar SinghMBJP19243Dile Ram ShababMINC11872
58Anni(SC)Khub RamMBJP14599Isher DassMINC11926
59Karsog(SC)Mansha RamMIND8992Sunder SinghMBJP7422
60ChachiotGENMoti RamMIND10733Karam SinghMINC10252
61Nachan(SC)Dile RamMBJP11873Tek ChandMINC8745
62SundernagarGENRoop SinghMBJP11560Lachhami DuttMINC6520
63Balh(SC)Piru RamMINC12334Damodar DassMBJP11828
64GopalpurGENRangila RamMINC17812Lila Devi SharmaFBJP7130
65DharampurGENBhikham RamMINC10310Om ChandMBJP8782
By Polls in 1984DharampurGENN.SinghMINC17366B.DevMBJP4755
66Joginder NagarGENGulab SinghMIND8586Rattan LalMINC7928
67DarangGENKaul SinghMINC12989Dina NathMBJP9189
68MandiGENSukh RamMINC12517Kanhaya LalMBJP9845


List of Participating Political Parties in Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election in 1982

S.No.Party Abbreviation Party
National Parties
1BJPBhartiya Janta Party
2CPI Communist Party Of India
3CPM Communist Party Of India (Marxist)
4INC Indian National Congress
5JNP Janata Party
6LKD Lok Dal
Independents
7IND Independents


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