Bhiwani (Lok Sabha Constituency) - Members of Parliament

Members of Parliament

  • 1977: Chandrawati, Janata Party
  • 1980: Bansi Lal, Indian National Congress
  • 1984: Bansi Lal, Indian National Congress
  • 1987: Chaudhary Ram Narain Singh, Lok Dal
  • 1989: Bansi Lal, Indian National Congress
  • 1991: Jangbir Singh, Haryana Vikas Party
  • 1996: Surender Singh, Haryana Vikas Party
  • 1998: Surender Singh, Haryana Vikas Party
  • 1999: Ajay Singh Chautala, Indian National Lok Dal
  • 2004: Kuldeep Bishnoi, Indian National Congress

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