Chief Ministers of Haryana

1. Pandit Bhagwat Dayal Sharma 1 November 1966 to 23 March 1967 Indian National Congress
2. Rao Birender Singh 24 March 1967 to 2 November 1967 Vishal Haryana Party
3. Bansi Lal 22 May 1968 to 30 November 1975 Indian National Congress
4. Banarsi Das Gupta 1 December 1975 to 30 April 1977 Indian National Congress
5. Chaudhary Devi Lal 21 June 1977 to 28 June 1979 Janata Party
6. Bhajan Lal 29 June 1979 to 5 July 1985 Janata Party, Indian National Congress
7. Bansi Lal 5 July 1985 to 19 June 1987 Indian National Congress
8. Chaudhary Devi Lal 17 July 1987 to 2 December 1989 Janata Dal
9. Om Prakash Chautala 2 December 1989 to 22 May 1990 Janata Dal
10. Banarsi Das Gupta 22 May 1990 to 12 July 1990 Janata Dal
11. Om Prakash Chautala 12 July 1990 to 17 July 1990 Janata Dal
12. Hukam Singh 17 July 1990 to 21 March 1991 Janata Dal
13. Om Prakash Chautala 22 March 1991 to 6 April 1991 Samajvadi Janata Party
14. Bhajan Lal 23 July 1991 to 9 May 1996 Indian National Congress
15. Bansi Lal 11 May 1996 to 23 July 1999 Haryana Vikas Party
16. Om Prakash Chautala 24 July 1999 to 4 March, 2005 Indian National Lok Dal
17. Bhupinder Singh Hooda April, 2005 to October, 2009 Indian National Congress
18. Bhupinder Singh Hooda 25 October, 2009 to till date Indian National Congress

Haryana Assembly Election 2009 : Congress leads in Haryana, but fails to get Majority

Haryana witnessed dramatic twists and turns throughout the day, as the counting progressed. Earlier, Congress was leading in 46-47 seats, and it was believed that Congress will get a simple majority in the state. However, at the end, Congress finished...

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Haryana Assembly Election 2009 : Congress Lead in Haryana

Congress is all set to retain power in Haryana. Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda got a thumbs up from the voters, as Congress is leading in 22 out of 49 seats. INLD is leading in 12 seats, while BJP is...

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Counting for Assembly polls in 3 states to start tomorrow

Counting of votes in Assembly elections in Maharashtra, Haryana and Arunachal Pradesh will be taken up tomorrow. Considered the first crucial test of popularity for major political parties after the Lok Sabha polls, the elections in the three states were held...

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Congress ahead : According to Exit polls

Indians voted for state legislative assemblies Tuesday in what was seen as the first major test of the ruling alliance's popularity after the April-May general elections. An unexpectedly high 60% voter turnout in Maharashtra, a higher 68% turnout in Haryana and...

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EC directed the CEO of Maharashtra, Haryana and Arunachal Pradesh

The Election Commission has directed the Chief Electoral Officers of Maharashtra, Haryana and Arunachal Pradesh, where State Assembly elections will be held on October 13, to ensure compliance with its instructions that there would be no campaign within the constituency...

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Campaigning ends for Tuesday’s assembly polls

Campaigning ended on Sunday for the October 13 Assembly polls in Maharashtra, Haryana and Arunachal Pradesh, being seen as the first key test of popularity for major political parties after the Lok Sabha elections. The over four week-long canvassing saw top...

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Election Commission bans opinion and exit polls

Publication and dissemination of results of opinion and exit polls of assembly polls in Maharashtra, Haryana and Arunachal Pradesh will be banned from tomorrow till the end of polling, the Election Commission said. The ban period would start from 3 PM...

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Campaigning for assembly polls on Oct 13 to end this evening

Campaigning will come to an end today evening for the assembly elections scheduled to be held on October 13 in Maharashtra, Haryana and Arunachal Pradesh. All parties have thrown their strength into election campaign. Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi will be addressing...

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Vote for BJP, Vajpayee appeals to Maharashtra, Haryana

Former Prime Minister and senior party leader Atal Bihari Vajpayee, BJP today issued an appeal from the ailing leader to the voters of Maharashtra and Haryana to vote for the party. "Unfortunately, in the last ten years, life is unsafe in...

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Haryana Assembly Elections : 432 nominations rejected in Haryana

The nomination papers of 432 candidates, mostly Independents, were rejected while those of 1433 were found in order after scrutiny of papers today for the October 13 Haryana Assembly elections. Friday was the last day for filing nominations for the 90...

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