Barnala Assembly Constituency Election Result

  • Barnala is a legislative assembly constituency in Punjab. Election results of Barnala assembly constituency seat is given below in a table that also lists all MLAs from this seat. Click election year in the table, for more detailed result.

List of all MLA from Barnala Assembly Constituency Seat
(Punjab)
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YearCandidatePartyTotal Vote
2017Gurmeet Singh Meet HaherAAAP47606
2012Kewal Singh DhillonINC54570
2007Kewal Singh DhillonINC58723
2002Malkit Singh KeetuSAD37575
1997Malkiat SinghIND41819
1992Som DuttINC4289
1985Surjit Singh BarnalaSAD31152
1980Surjit SinghSAD30289
1977Surjit KaurSAD26250
1972Surjit SinghSAD30152


2017 Legislative Assembly Constituency Election
S NCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Gurmeet Singh Meet Haher
Male
27 yr
GEN
AAAP
Aam Aadmi Party
47606
35.72%
2Kewal Singh Dhillon
Male
67 yr
GEN
INC
Indian National Congress
45174
33.9%
3Surinder Pal Singh Sibia
Male
62 yr
GEN
SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
31111
23.35%
4Simranjit Singh Mann
Male
71 yr
GEN
SAD(M)
Shiromani Akali Dal (amritsar)(simranjit Singh Mann)
5061
3.8%
5Paramjit Kaur
Female
44 yr
SC
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
2369
1.78%
6Gurkimat Singh
Male
36 yr
GEN
AITC
All India Trinamool Congress
941
0.71%
7None Of The Above
NOTA
None Of The Above
nota
889
0.67%
8Mahinder Singh
Male
32 yr
SC
IND
Independent
411
0.31%
9Jaspal Singh
Male
52 yr
SC
BMUP
Bahujan Mukti Party
336
0.25%
10Raj Kumar
Male
43 yr
SC
IVD
Inqalab Vikas Dal
254
0.19%
Total

134152
78.01%
  • In 2017, Barnala legislative assembly constituency had total 171962 electors. Total number of valid vote was 134152. Aam Aadmi Party candidate Gurmeet Singh Meet Haher won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 47606 votes. Indian National Congress candidate Kewal Singh Dhillon stood second with total 45174 votes. He lost by 2432 votes.


2012 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Kewal Singh Dhillon
Male
62 yr
GEN
INC
Indian National Congress
54570
46.39%
2Malkit Singh Kittu
Male
62 yr
GEN
SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
49048
41.7%
3Kulwant Singh
Male
47 yr
GEN
PPOP
People's Party Of Punjab
5075
4.31%
4Paramjit Kaur
Female
39 yr
SC
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
4874
4.14%
5Raj Kumar
Male
36 yr
SC
IND
Independent
1176
1%
6Ranjit Singh Sanghera
Male
49 yr
GEN
SAD(M)
Shiromani Akali Dal (amritsar)(simranjit Singh Mann)
905
0.77%
7Malkiat Singh
Male
66 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
494
0.42%
8Sukhi Kaur
Female
43 yr
SC
LJP
Lok Jan Shakti Party
492
0.42%
9Gurjant Singh
Male
35 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
465
0.4%
10Amir Singh
Male
52 yr
SC
IND
Independent
311
0.26%
11Sewa Singh
Male
71 yr
SC
IND
Independent
220
0.19%
Total

117630
79.84%
  • In 2012, Barnala legislative assembly constituency had total 147330 electors. Total number of valid vote was 117630. Indian National Congress candidate Kewal Singh Dhillon won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 54570 votes. Shiromani Akali Dal candidate Malkit Singh Kittu stood second with total 49048 votes. He lost by 5522 votes.


2007 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Kewal Singh Dhillon
Male
57 yr
GEN
INC
Indian National Congress
58723
2Malkit Singh Keetu
Male
58 yr
GEN
SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
57359
3Harinder Singh Seera Dhillon
Male
32 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
2476
4Malkit Singh Tung
Male
39 yr
GEN
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
1929
5Malkiat Singh
Male
61 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
1093
6Surinder Singh Saddowalia
Male
54 yr
GEN
SAD(M)
Shiromani Akali Dal (simranjit Singh Mann)
772
7Hardam Singh Waraich
Male
44 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
252
8Sinder Pal
Male
34 yr
SC
RSP
Revolutionary Socialist Party
180
9Anil Bharti
Male
30 yr
GEN
IND
Independent
111
Total

122895
  • In 2007, Barnala legislative assembly constituency had total electors. Total number of valid vote was 122895. Indian National Congress candidate Kewal Singh Dhillon won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 58723 votes. Shiromani Akali Dal candidate Malkit Singh Keetu stood second with total 57359 votes. He lost by 1364 votes.


2002 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Malkit Singh Keetu
Male
SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
37575
38.21%
2Surinder Pal Singh
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
21305
21.67%
3Bhola Singh Virk
Male
LBP
Lok Bhalai Party
16617
16.9%
4Paramjit Singh
Male
SAD(M)
Shiromani Akali Dal (simranjit Singh Mann)
11402
11.6%
5Naresh Kumari Bawa
Female
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
4625
4.7%
6Rajinder Kaur
Female
IND
Independent
4285
4.36%
7Jangir Singh
Male
PBLP
Phule Bharti Lok Party
1468
1.49%
8Mit Singh Sehjra
Male
IND
Independent
545
0.55%
9Surjit Singh
Male
NCP
Nationalist Congress Party
507
0.52%
Total

98329
70.11%
  • In 2002, Barnala legislative assembly constituency had total 140412 electors. Total number of valid vote was 98329. Shiromani Akali Dal candidate Malkit Singh Keetu won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 37575 votes. Indian National Congress candidate Surinder Pal Singh stood second with total 21305 votes. He lost by 16270 votes.


1997 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Malkiat Singh
Male
IND
Independent
41819
42.62%
2Rajinder Kaur
Female
SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
18105
18.45%
3Parmjit Singh
Male
SAD(M)
Shiromani Akali Dal (simranjit Singh Mann)
17051
17.38%
4Chand Singh Chopra
Male
CPM
Communist Party Of India (marxist)
11231
11.45%
5Som Dutt
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
8579
8.74%
6Maghar Singh
Male
INDP
Internationalist Democratic Party
651
0.66%
7Rajinder Kumar
Male
IND
Independent
368
0.38%
8Ujager Singh
Male
IND
Independent
312
0.32%
Total

98116
75.33%
  • In 1997, Barnala legislative assembly constituency had total 132009 electors. Total number of valid vote was 98116. Independent candidate Malkiat Singh won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 41819 votes. Shiromani Akali Dal candidate Rajinder Kaur stood second with total 18105 votes. She lost by 23714 votes.


1992 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Som Dutt
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
4289
47.56%
2Malkit Singh
Male
SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
3473
38.51%
3Mit Singh
Male
BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
687
7.62%
4Bant Singh
Male
CPM
Communist Party Of India (marxist)
570
6.32%
Total

9019
8.8%
  • In 1992, Barnala legislative assembly constituency had total 107892 electors. Total number of valid vote was 9019. Indian National Congress candidate Som Dutt won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 4289 votes. Shiromani Akali Dal candidate Malkit Singh stood second with total 3473 votes. He lost by 816 votes.


1985 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Surjit Singh Barnala
Male
SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
31152
54.43%
2Hardeep Kumar
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
20540
35.89%
3Ujjagar Singh
Male
CPI
Communist Party Of India
2017
3.52%
4Jangir Singh
Male
IND
Independent
1344
2.35%
5Mit Singh
Male
IND
Independent
705
1.23%
6Surjit Singh Handiaya
Male
IND
Independent
616
1.08%
7Gurdev Singh
Male
IND
Independent
274
0.48%
8Rajinder Kumar
Male
IND
Independent
264
0.46%
9Anil Kumar
Male
IND
Independent
143
0.25%
10Subash Kumar
Male
IND
Independent
104
0.18%
11Krishan Kumar
Male
IND
Independent
73
0.13%
Total

57232
67.43%
  • In 1985, Barnala legislative assembly constituency had total 88575 electors. Total number of valid vote was 57232. Shiromani Akali Dal candidate Surjit Singh Barnala won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 31152 votes. Indian National Congress candidate Hardeep Kumar stood second with total 20540 votes. He lost by 10612 votes.


1980 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Surjit Singh
Male
SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
30289
51.22%
2Narinder Singh
Male
INC(I)
Indian National Congress (i)
26979
45.62%
3Mohinder Kumar
Male
BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
992
1.68%
4Ganpat Rai
Male
IND
Independents
192
0.32%
5Mit Singh
Male
IND
Independents
191
0.32%
6Gulzar Mohd
Male
IND
Independents
189
0.32%
7Iqbal Singh
Male
IND
Independents
135
0.23%
8Krishan Kumar
Male
IND
Independents
106
0.18%
9Murari Lal
Male
IND
Independents
66
0.11%
Total

59139
75.28%
  • In 1980, Barnala legislative assembly constituency had total 79757 electors. Total number of valid vote was 59139. Shiromani Akali Dal candidate Surjit Singh won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 30289 votes. Indian National Congress (i) candidate Narinder Singh stood second with total 26979 votes. He lost by 3310 votes.


1977 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Surjit Kaur
Female
SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
26250
54.7%
2Som Dutt
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
18395
38.33%
3Jagdish Ram
Male
IND
Independents
968
2.02%
4Major Singh
Male
IND
Independents
852
1.78%
5Ujagar Singh
Male
IND
Independents
448
0.93%
6Sohan Lal
Male
IND
Independents
432
0.9%
7Mit Singh
Male
IND
Independents
416
0.87%
8Baldev Singh
Male
IND
Independents
232
0.48%
Total

47993
71.37%
  • In 1977, Barnala legislative assembly constituency had total 68262 electors. Total number of valid vote was 47993. Shiromani Akali Dal candidate Surjit Kaur won and became MLA from this seat. She secured total 26250 votes. Indian National Congress candidate Som Dutt stood second with total 18395 votes. He lost by 7855 votes.


1972 Assembly Constituency Election
Sr NoCandidatePartyTotal Vote
1Surjit Singh
Male
SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
30152
56.92%
2Onkar Chand
Male
INC
Indian National Congress
18849
35.59%
3Som Nath
Male
IND
Independents
3108
5.87%
4Natha Singh
Male
IND
Independents
859
1.62%
Total

52968
75.85%
  • In 1972, Barnala legislative assembly constituency had total 71613 electors. Total number of valid vote was 52968. Shiromani Akali Dal candidate Surjit Singh won and became MLA from this seat. He secured total 30152 votes. Indian National Congress candidate Onkar Chand stood second with total 18849 votes. He lost by 11303 votes.


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