Haryana Assembly Elections 2019: Full List of Constituencies With Current MLA Names and How BJP, Congress, INLD Performed in 2014
File image Bhupinder Hooda, ML Khattar, OP Chautala | (Photo Credits: Facebook)

Chandigarh, September 21: Poll bugle has been sounded in Haryana as the Election Commission of India (ECI) on Saturday announced the schedule of upcoming assembly polls in the state. Voting for the 90-member Haryana assembly will be held on October 21 -- the same day when 288 legislative assembly seats in Maharashtra would also be contested. Results of the elections in both the states will be declared on October 24, when the Commission has scheduled the counting of votes. Check Full Schedule of Maharashtra & Haryana Assembly Elections 2019 Here.

In 2014, the BJP scripted history in Haryana politics as it rose to power in the state despite being considered as a political non-entity till that year. In 2009, the party had won only 4 out of the 90 seats. In 2014, it meteorically jumped its tally to 47, and succeeded in forming a single-majority government in the state. Manohar Lal Khattar, considered a relative outsider with strong RSS roots, was appointed as the Chief Minister following the polls.

The then Haryana-ruling Congress, under Bhupinder Singh Hooda, was restricted to 15 constituencies -- a loss of 25 seats vis-a-vis 2009. The Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) also slipped by 12 seats and was able to secure 19 assembly segments.

2014 Haryana Assembly Election Results

Party Seats Won
BJP 47
Congress 15
INLD 19
Others 9

Full List of Constituencies in Haryana With Names of Current MLAs

AC. No. AC. Name Sitting MLAs Party AC. No. AC. Name Sitting MLAs Party
1 Kalka Latika Sharma BJP 46 Ellenabad Abhay Singh Chautala INLD
2 Panchkula Gian Chand Gupta BJP 47 Adampur Kuldeep Bishnoi HJCBL
3 Naraingarh Nayab Singh BJP 48 Uklana Anoop Dhanak INLD
4 Ambala Cantt. Anil Vij BJP 49 Narnaund Captain Abhimanyu BJP
5 Ambala City Aseem Goel BJP 50 Hansi Renuka Bishnoi HJCBL
6 Mullana Santosh Chauhan Sarwan BJP 51 Barwala Ved Narang INLD
7 Sadhaura Balwant Singh BJP 52 Hisar Dr.Kamal Gupta S/O Manphool Singh BJP
8 Jagadhri Kanwar Pal S/O Chandan Singh BJP 53 Nalwa Ranbir Gangwa INLD
9 Yamunanagar Ghanshyam Dass BJP 54 Loharu Om Parkash Barwa INLD
10 Radaur Shyam Singh BJP 55 Badhra Sukhvinder BJP
11 Ladwa Dr. Pawan Saini BJP 56 Dadri Rajdeep INLD
12 Shahabad Krishan Kumar BJP 57 Bhiwani Ghanshyam Saraf BJP
13 Thanesar Subhash Sudha BJP 58 Tosham Kiran Choudhry INC
14 Pehowa Jaswinder Singh Sandhu INLD 59 Bawani Khera Bishamber Singh BJP
15 Guhla Kulwant Ram Bazigar BJP 60 Meham Anand Singh Dangi INC
16 Kalayat Bhai Jai Parkash (J.P.) IND 61 Garhi Sampla-Kiloi Bhupinder Singh Hooda INC
17 Kaithal Randeep Singh Surjewala INC 62 Rohtak Manish Kumar Grover BJP
18 Pundri Dinesh Kaushik IND 63 Kalanaur Shakuntla Khatak INC
19 Nilokheri Bhagwan Dass Kabir Panthi BJP 64 Bahadurgarh Naresh Kaushik BJP
20 Indri Karan Dev Kamboj BJP 65 Badli Om Parkash Dhankar BJP
21 Karnal Manohar Lal Khattar BJP 66 Jhajjar Geeta Bhukkal INC
22 Gharaunda Harvinder Kalyan BJP 67 Beri Dr.Raghuvir Singh Kadian INC
23 Assandh Bakhshish Singh Virk BJP 68 Ateli Santosh Yadav BJP
24 Panipat Rural Mahipal Dhanda BJP 69 Mahendragarh Ram Bilash Sharma BJP
25 Panipat City Rohita Rewri BJP 70 Narnaul Om Prakash BJP
26 Israna Krishan Lal Panwar BJP 71 Nangal Chaudhary Abhe Singh Yadav BJP
27 Samalkha Ravinder Machhrouli IND 72 Bawal Dr. Banwari Lal BJP
28 Ganaur Kuldip Sharma INC 73 Kosli Bikram Singh Thekedar BJP
29 Rai Jai Tirath INC 74 Rewari Randhir Singh Kapriwas BJP
30 Kharkhauda Jaiveer Singh INC 75 Pataudi Bimla Chaudhary BJP
31 Sonipat Kavita Jain BJP 76 Badshahpur Narbir Singh BJP
32 Gohana Jagbir Singh Malik INC 77 Gurgaon Umesh Aggarwal BJP
33 Baroda Sri Krishan INC 78 Sohna Tejpal Tawar BJP
34 Julana Parminder Singh Dhull INLD 79 Nuh Zakir Hussain INLD
35 Safidon Jasbir Deswal IND 80 Ferozepur Jhirka Naseem Ahmed INLD
36 Jind Dr. Hari Chand Middha INLD 81 Punahana Rahish Khan IND
37 Uchana Kalan Prem Lata BJP 82 Hathin Kehar Singh INLD
38 Narwana Pirthi Singh INLD 83 Hodal Udai Bhan INC
39 Tohana Subhash Barala BJP 84 Palwal Karan Singh Dalal INC
40 Fatehabad Balwan Singh Daulatpuria INLD 85 Prithla Tek Chand Sharma BSP
41 Ratia Prof. Ravinder Baliala INLD 86 Faridabad Nit Nagender Bhadana INLD
42 Kalanwali Balkaur Singh SAD 87 Badkhal Seema Trikha BJP
43 Dabwali Naina Singh Chautala INLD 88 Ballabhgarh Mool Chand Sharma BJP
44 Rania Ram Chand Kamboj INLD 89 Faridabad Vipul Goel BJP
45 Sirsa Makhan Lal Singla INLD 90 Tigaon Lalit Nagar INC

In the upcoming polls, BJP has decided to contest under the leadership of the incumbent CM ML Khattar. Ahead of the elections, Khattar has promised to carry out the Assam-style NRC drive in the state if re-elected to power. The Congress, meanwhile, has succeeded in quelling the inner-party rebellion by appointing former CM Bhupinder Hooda as the Congress Legislative Party (CLP) leader.