Haryana Assembly

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The Legislative Assembly of Haryana, also known as the Haryana Vidhan Sabha, is a unicameral law making body and consists of 90 Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLA). The seat of the Legislative Assembly is at Chandigarh, the capital of the state.

The term of the Legislative Assembly is five years. However, it may be dissolved earlier than that by the Governor on the request of the Chief Minister. The last legislative Assembly elections in Haryana were held in Oct 2019.

The Legislative Assembly of Haryana, also known as the Haryana Vidhan Sabha, is a unicameral law making body and consists of 90 Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLA). The seat of the Legislative Assembly is at Chandigarh, the capital of the state.

The term of the Legislative Assembly is five years. However, it may be dissolved earlier than that by the Governor on the request of the Chief Minister. The last legislative Assembly elections in Haryana were held in Oct 2019.

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Data on the Legislative Assembly of Haryana, also known as the Haryana Vidhan Sabha.
Haryana Assembly | India | 2009 - 2024 | Data, Charts and Analysis
Data and insights on past and present Haryana Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha), including party composition, and MLA's demographic and financial profile.
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01/01/2009 To 31/12/2024
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PARTY COMPOSITION
Source: ECI

The 14th Legislative Assembly of Haryana formed post the elections held in Oct 2019 consists of 90 MLAs. Despite securing the most votes, BJP could not cross the majority mark of 46 seats and entered into a post-poll alliance with JNJP (Jannayak Janta Party), together totaling 50 seats to form the government. Subsequently, there were a few changes in the composition of the assembly based on the bye-elections held in specific constituencies.

  • The BJP currently has 41 MLAs in the Haryana Assembly. Along with its NDA allies, HLP, and 5 Independent MLAs, the NDA has 46 seats in the assembly giving it control over 51% of the total seats in the Assembly.
  • INC has 30 MLAs and sits in the Opposition
  • All other parties and independent MLAs together account for 12 seats
  • 1 seat is currently vacant

Key leaders in the Assembly:

  • Speaker: Gian Chand Gupta (BJP)
  • Chief Minister: Nayab Singh Saini (BJP)
  • Leader of the Opposition: Bhupinder Singh Hooda (INC)
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MLA PROFILE
Education
Source: ADR
  • The education levels of MLAs in the current Assembly is higher than those in the previous Assembly
  • 30% MLAs in the current Assembly have little to no education (grade 12 or below), in comparison to 34% in the previous Assembly
  • 26% MLAs in the current Assembly are Graduates, in comparison to 27% in the previous Assembly.
  • 42% MLAs in the current Assembly are highly qualified (professionals and above) in comparison to 38% in the previous Assembly
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Gender Mix
Source: ECI
  • Only 10% MLAs in the current Assembly are women
  • The percentage of women in the Haryana Legislative Assembly has remained below 15% since 2009
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