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Vidhansabha Elections of Haryana, Oct 2009


Live Coverage of 2009 Haryana Assembly election results:

2009 Assembly Election map and constituencies of Haryana

Haryana means "The Abode of God" and as such, has the third highest per capita income in the country. Haryana state was formed out of Punjab on 1st November 1966 with 54 legislative seats. It still shares its capital, Chandigarh, with Punjab and the Vidhan Bhawan building is shared by State Legislative Assemblies of both Haryana and Punjab. For the 2009 Assembly polls, Haryana has 90 Vidhansabha constituencies, of which 17 are reserved for the Scheduled Caste and Tribes. The largest political parties in Haryana are the Indian National Lok Dal, Haryana Janhit Congress, Bhartiya Janata Party, Bahujan Samaj Party and Indian National Congress.

2009 Assembly Election in Haryana was held on Oct 13th and 66% polling was reported. We now eagerly await for Haryana Assembly Election Results.

Haryana Legislative Election Results:

Haryana was traditionally a fighting ground for Om Prakash Chautala led Indian National Lok Dal and the Indian National Congress. However, since 2004 Lok Sabha elections, Congress has been creating a stronghold in the state. 2004 saw Congress winning 9 of the 10 seats, with 1 going to BJP. Recently concluded Lok Sabha Elections saw Congress winning 9 seats with one going to Mr. Bhjanlal (Haryana Janhit Congress). You can take a detailed look at Haryana Election Results here. It's this feeling of optimism in Congress which led them to dissolve the current 2005 state assembly and declare elections a year early in Haryana.

Assembly Results for Haryana in 2005:

The Haryana state elections have been favourable for the Congress with it winning 67 seats out of a total 90 in 2005. BJP with just 2 seats and main rivals INLD with just 9 could not even form the 2nd largest opposition, as that went to the others and independents who won 12 seats.

Political Party

No. of Seats Won

Indian National Congress (INC) 67
Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) 09
Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) 02
Others 12

Click here for detailed 2005 Haryana State Assembly Results.

Haryana Assembly Constituencies for 2009 State Elections:

There would be a total of 90 legislative seats going to polls for Haryana 2009 Assembly elections on Oct 13th.

Haryana Vidhansabha Constituencies 2009:

 

Haryana State Costituencies

 

1 Kalka 31 Meham 61 Gurgaon
2 Naraingarh 32 Kalanaur (SC) 62 Pataudi (SC)
3 Sadhaura (SC) 33 Beri 63 Badhra
4 Chhachhrauli 34 Salhawas 64 Dadri
5 Yamunanagar 35 Jhajjar (SC) 65 Mundhal Khurd
6 Jagadhari 36 Badli 66 Bhiwani
7 Mullana (SC) 37 Bahadurgarh 67 Tosham
8 Ambala Cantonment 38 Baroda (SC) 68 Loharu
9 Ambala City 39 Gohana 69 Bawani Khera (SC)
10 Naggal 40 Kailana 70 Barwala
11 Indri 41 Sonepat 71 Narnaund
12 Nilokheri 42 Rai 72 Hansi
13 Karnal 43 Rohat 73 Bhattu Kalan
14 Jundla (SC) 44 Kalayat (SC) 74 Hissar
15 Gharaunda 45 Narwana 75 Ghirai
16 Assandh (SC) 46 Uchana Kalan 76 Tohana
17 Panipat 47 Rajond 77 Ratia (SC)
18 Sambhalka 48 Jind 78 Fatehabad
19 Naultha 49 Julana 79 Adampur
20 Shahabad 50 Safidon 80 Darba Kalan
21 Radaur (SC) 51 Faridabad 81 Ellenabad (SC)
22 Thanesar 52 Mewla Maharajpur 82 Sirsa
23 Pehowa 53 Ballabgarh 83 Rori
24 Guhla (SC) 54 Palwal 84 Dabwali (SC)
25 Kaithal 55 Hassanpur (SC) 85 Bawal (SC)
26 Pundri 56 Hathin 86 Rewari
27 Pai 57 Ferozepur Jhirka 87 Jatusana
28 Hassangarh 58 Nuh 88 Mahendragarh
29 Kiloi 59 Taoru 89 Ateli
30 Rohtak 60 Sohna 90 Narnaul

Year wise Election Results for Haryana

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