Tarn Taran constituency election results from 1957 to till date

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Parliamentary Election Results for Tarn Taran

We bring to you Lok Sabha results starting from 1957 till date for Tarn Taran parliamentary constituency of Punjab.

Watch out this space for the winning candidates of India 2009 election results on May 16th.

Election Results for Tarn Taran:




Political Party


1951 NA Surjit Singh INC Dalip Singh(CPI)
1957 NA Surjit Singh Majithia INC Dalip Singh(CPI)
1962 NA Surjit Singh Majithia INC Achhar Singh(CPI)
1967 NA G.s. Dhillon INC R. Singh(ADS)
1971 6 Girdial Singh Dhillon INC Prem Singh Lalpura(SAD)
1977 5 Mohan Singh Tur SAD Gurdial Singh Dhillon(INC)
1985 4 Tarlochan Singh Tur SAD Harbhajan Singh Jamarai(INC)
1989 NA Simaranjit Singh Mann SAD(M) Ajit Singh Mann(INC)
1992 4 Surinder Singh Kairon INC Harbhajan Singh Osahan(BSP)
1996 16 Major Singh Uboke SAD Surinder Singh Kairon(INC)
1999 5 Tarlochan Singh Tur SAD G P Singh Kairon(INC)
2004 9 Dr. R Singh Ajnala SAD S Singh ( Sukh Sarkaria)(INC)

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Some constituencies in Punjab have been newly added while some others in the list below have been removed because of the new delimitation rules that came in to effect with the India 2009 elections.

Results for Punjab Lok Sabha Seats

Amritsar Anandpur Sahib Bhatinda
Faridkot Fatehgarh Sahib Firozpur
Gurdaspur Hoshiarpur Jalandhar
Khadoor Sahib Ludhiana Patiala
Phillaur Ropar Sangrur
Tarn Taran    

State wise Parliamentary Election Results

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