In the Haryana assembly elections, 2009 Indian National Congress could not get majority.
|SN||Party||No. of candidates||No. of elected||No. of votes %|
|1||Indian National Congress||90||40||35.08|
|4||Haryana Janhit Congress (BL)||87||6||7.40|
|2||Indian National Lok Dal||88||31||25.79|
|5||Bharatiya Janata Party||90||4||9.04|
|6||Bahujan Samaj Party||86||1||6.73|
|6||Shiromani Akali Dal||2||1||0.98|
In a 90 members Haryana assembly Congress won 40 seats, 5 short of simple majority.
In 2009 vidhan sabha elections, Haryana Janhit Congress (BL) emerged winner on following six seats.
- Adampur - Kuldeep
- Assandh - Jile Ram
- Charkhi Dadri - Satpal Sangwan
- Hansi - Vinod Bhayana
- Narnaul - Rao Narender Singh
- Samalkha - Dharam Singh Chhokar
All 5 MLAs from above list left HJC and joined Indian national Congress with a merger, thus leaving Kuldeep as single legislator of the Party in haryana Vidhan Sabha.
Thus congress achieved a simple majority.
Independents members also gave support to congress to form stable government.
Read more about this topic: State Assembly Elections In India, 2009
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