13th Legislative Assembly of Himachal Pradesh

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Legislative Assembly of Himachal Pradesh
13th Legislative Assembly
Type
Type
Term limits
5 years
History
Preceded by12th Legislative Assembly
Succeeded by14th Legislative Assembly of Himachal Pradesh
Leadership
Speaker
Vipin Singh Parmar, BJP
since 26 February 2020
Deputy Speaker
Hans Raj, BJP
since 11 January 2018
Leader of the House
(Chief Minister)
Leader of the Opposition
Structure
Seats68
June Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly.svg
Political groups
Government (43)
  •   BJP (43)

Opposition (19)

Others (3)

Vacant (3)

  •   Vacant (3)
Elections
First past the post
Last election
9 November 2017
Next election
November 2022
Meeting place
Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
Website
Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly

The 13th Legislative Assembly of Himachal Pradesh was formed following the 2017 Assembly election for all 68 seats in the unicameral legislature.

Members of the Assembly

No. Constituency Member Party Remarks Reference
Chamba District
1 Churah (SC) Hans Raj BJP Deputy Speaker (11.01.2018–current) [1]
2 Bharmour (ST) Jia Lal BJP [2]
3 Chamba Pawan Nayyar BJP [3]
4 Dalhousie Asha Kumari INC Chairman, Public Accounts Committee [4]
5 Bhattiyat Bikram Singh Jaryal BJP Chairman, Rural Planning Committee [5]
Kangra District
6 Nurpur Rakesh Pathania BJP Forest Minister [6]
7 Indora (SC) Reeta Devi BJP [7]
8 Fatehpur Sujan Singh Pathania INC Member until February 2021 [8][9]
Bhawani Singh Pathania Member from 30.10.2021 [10][11]
9 Jawali Arjun Singh BJP
10 Dehra Hoshyar Singh IND
11 Jaswan-Pragpur Bikram Singh BJP Industries Minister
12 Jawalamukhi Ramesh Chand Dhawala BJP Chairman, Estimates Committee
13 Jaisinghpur (SC) Ravinder Kumar BJP
14 Sullah Vipin Singh Parmar BJP Speaker
15 Nagrota Arun Kumar BJP
16 Kangra Pawan Kumar Kajal INC [12]
17 Shahpur Sarveen Choudhary BJP Social Justice & Empowerment Minister
18 Dharamshala Kishan Kapoor BJP Member Until May 2019
Vishal Nehria
19 Palampur Ashish Butail INC
20 Baijnath (SC) Mulkh Raj Premi BJP
Lahaul and Spiti District
21 Lahaul and Spiti (ST) Ram Lal Markanda BJP Technical Education Minister
Kullu District
22 Manali Govind Singh Thakur BJP Education Minister
23 Kullu Sunder Singh Thakur INC
24 Banjar Surender Shourie BJP
25 Anni (SC) Kishori Lal BJP
Mandi District
26 Karsog (SC) Hira Lal BJP
27 Sundernagar Rakesh Jamwal BJP
28 Nachan (SC) Vinod Kumar BJP
29 Seraj Jai Ram Thakur BJP Chief Minister
30 Darang Jawahar Thakur BJP
31 Jogindernagar Prakash Rana IND [13]
32 Dharampur Mahender Singh BJP Jal Shakti Minister
33 Mandi Anil Sharma BJP MPP and Power Minister (27.12.2017–13.04.2019) [14]
34 Balh (SC) Inder Singh BJP [15]
35 Sarkaghat Inder Singh BJP Chairman, Subordinate Legislation Committee [16]
Hamirpur District
36 Bhoranj (SC) Kamlesh Kumari BJP
37 Sujanpur Rajinder Rana INC
38 Hamirpur Narinder Thakur BJP
39 Barsar Inder Dutt Lakhanpal INC
40 Nadaun Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu INC
Una District
41 Chintpurni (SC) Balbir Singh BJP Chairman, Human Development Committee
42 Gagret Rajesh Thakur BJP
43 Haroli Mukesh Agnihotri INC Leader Of Opposition
44 Una Satpal Raizada INC
45 Kutlehar Virender Kanwar BJP Rural Development & Panchayati Raj Minister
Bilaspur District
46 Jhanduta (SC) Jeet Ram Katwal BJP
47 Ghumarwin Rajinder Garg BJP Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Minister
48 Bilaspur Subhash Thakur BJP
49 Sri Naina Deviji Ram Lal Thakur INC
Solan District
50 Arki Virbhadra Singh INC Member until July 2021 [17][18]
Sanjay Awasthy
51 Nalagarh Lakhvinder Singh Rana INC
52 Doon Paramjeet Singh Pammi BJP
53 Solan (SC) Dhani Ram Shandil INC
54 Kasauli (SC) Dr. Rajiv Saizal BJP Health and Family Welfare Minister
Sirmaur District
55 Pachhad (SC) Suresh Kumar Kashyap BJP Member until May 2019
Reena Kashyap
56 Nahan Dr. Rajeev Bindal BJP
57 Sri Renukaji (SC) Vinay Kumar INC
58 Paonta Sahib Sukh Ram Chaudhary BJP MPP and Power Minister
59 Shillai Harshwardhan Chauhan INC
Shimla District
60 Chopal Balbir Singh Verma BJP
61 Theog Rakesh Singha CPI(M) [19]
62 Kasumpati Anirudh Singh INC
63 Shimla Suresh Bhardwaj BJP Urban Development Minister
64 Shimla Rural Vikramaditya Singh INC
65 Jubbal-Kotkhai Narinder Bragta BJP Member until June 2021 [20][21]
Rohit Thakur INC Member from 30.10.2021 [22][23]
66 Rampur (SC) Nand Lal INC
67 Rohru (SC) Mohan Lal Brakta INC
Kinnaur District
68 Kinnaur (ST) Jagat Singh Negi INC

Indicates sitting member who died in office.

References

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