Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly

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Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly
5th Legislative Assembly of Chhattisgarh
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Term limits
5 years
Leadership
Structure
Seats90
Chhattisgarh legislative assembly May 2022.svg
Political groups
Government (71)
  •   INC (71)

Opposition (14)

Others (5)

Elections
First past the post
Last election
12 and 20 November 2018
Next election
November 2023
Meeting place
Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha (Chhattisgarh State Assembly) छत्तीसगढ़ विधानसभा, रायपुर.png
Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly , Vidhan Sabha Bhavan, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India
Website
http://cgvidhansabha.gov.in

The Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha or the Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly is the unicameral state legislature of Chhattisgarh state in India.

The seat of the Vidhan Sabha is at Raipur, the capital of the state. The Vidhan Sabha comprises 90 Members of Legislative Assembly, which include 90 members directly elected from single-seat constituency.[1] Its term is 5 years, unless sooner dissolved.

History

The state of Chhattisgarh was created by the Madhya Pradesh Reorganization Act 2000, approved by the President of India on 25 August 2000. The Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha came into existence with the creation of the state on 1 November 2000. The first session of the Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha was held at Jashpur hall of Rajkumar College in Raipur. Later, the Vidhan Sabha was shifted to the newly constructed Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Bhavan at Vidhan Nagar, on RaipurBaloda Bazar Road.[1]

Sessions

Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha sits for three sessions (Budget, Monsoon & Winter).[2]

List of Assemblies

Assembly Election Year Speaker[3] Chief Minister Party Opposition Leader Party
1st Assembly[a] 1998 Rajendra Prasad Shukla Ajit Jogi INC Nand Kumar Sai BJP
2nd Assembly 2003 Prem Prakash Pandey Raman Singh BJP Mahendra Karma INC
3rd Assembly 2008 Dharamlal Kaushik Ravindra Choubey
4th Assembly 2013 Gaurishankar Agrawal T. S. Singh Deo
5th Assembly 2018 Charan Das Mahant Bhupesh Baghel INC Dharamlal Kaushik BJP

Members of Legislative Assembly

No. Constituency Name Party Alliance Remarks
1 Bharatpur-Sonhat Gulab Kamro Indian National Congress UPA
2 Manendragarh Dr. Vinay Jaiswal Indian National Congress UPA
3 Baikunthpur Ambika Singh Deo Indian National Congress UPA
4 Premnagar Khel Sai Singh Indian National Congress UPA
5 Bhatgaon Paras Nath Rajwade Indian National Congress UPA
6 Pratappur Dr. Prem Sai Singh Tekam Indian National Congress UPA
7 Ramanujganj Brihaspat Singh Indian National Congress UPA
8 Samri Chintamani Maharaj Indian National Congress UPA
9 Lundra Dr. Pritam Ram Indian National Congress UPA
10 Ambikapur Tribhuvaneshwar Sharan Singh Deo Indian National Congress UPA
11 Sitapur Amarjeet Bhagat Indian National Congress UPA
12 Jashpur Vinay Kumar Bhagat Indian National Congress UPA
13 Kunkuri Uttam Dhan Minj Indian National Congress UPA
14 Pathalgaon Rampukar Singh Thakur Indian National Congress UPA
15 Lailunga Chakradhar Singh Sidar Indian National Congress UPA
16 Raigarh Prakash Shakrajeet Naik Indian National Congress UPA
17 Sarangarh Uttari Ganpat Jangde Indian National Congress UPA
18 Kharsia Umesh Patel Indian National Congress UPA
19 Dharamjaigarh Laljeet Singh Rathia Indian National Congress UPA
20 Rampur Nanki Ram Kanwar Bharatiya Janata Party NDA
21 Korba Jai Singh Agrawal Indian National Congress UPA
22 Katghora Purushottam Kanwar Indian National Congress UPA
23 Pali-Tanakhar Mohit Ram Indian National Congress UPA
24 Marwahi Krishna Kumar Dhruw Indian National Congress UPA Won in 2020 bypoll necessitated after the death of Ajit Jogi
25 Kota Renu Jogi Janta Congress Chhattisgarh Others
26 Lormi Dharmjeet Singh Thakur Janta Congress Chhattisgarh Others
27 Mungeli Punnulal Mohle Bharatiya Janata Party NDA
28 Takhatpur Rashmi Ashish Singh Indian National Congress UPA
29 Bilha Dharam Lal Kaushik Bharatiya Janata Party NDA
30 Bilaspur Shailesh Pandey Indian National Congress UPA
31 Beltara Rajnish Kumar Singh Bharatiya Janata Party NDA
32 Masturi Dr. Krishna Moorti Bandhi Bharatiya Janata Party NDA
33 Akaltara Saurabh Singh Bharatiya Janata Party NDA
34 Janjgir-Champa Narayan Chandel Bharatiya Janata Party NDA
35 Sakti Charan Das Mahant Indian National Congress UPA
36 Chandrapur Ram Kumar Yadav Indian National Congress UPA
37 Jaijaipur Keshav Prasad Chandra Bahujan Samaj Party Others
38 Pamgarh Indu Banjare Bahujan Samaj Party Others
39 Saraipali Kismat Lal Nand Indian National Congress UPA
40 Basna Devendra Bahadur Singh Indian National Congress UPA
41 Khallari Dwarikadhish Yadav Indian National Congress UPA
42 Mahasamund Vinod Sevan Lal Chandrakar Indian National Congress UPA
43 Bilaigarh Chandradev Prasad Rai Indian National Congress UPA
44 Kasdol Shakuntala Sahu Indian National Congress UPA
45 Baloda Bazar Pramod Kumar Sharma Janta Congress Chhattisgarh Others
46 Bhatapara Shivratan Sharma Bharatiya Janata Party NDA
47 Dharsiwa Anita Yogendra Sharma Indian National Congress UPA
48 Raipur City Gramin Satyanarayan Sharma Indian National Congress UPA
49 Raipur City West Vikas Upadhyay Indian National Congress UPA
50 Raipur City North Kuldeep Juneja Indian National Congress UPA
51 Raipur City South Brijmohan Agrawal Bharatiya Janata Party NDA
52 Arang Dr. Shivkumar Dahariya Indian National Congress UPA
53 Abhanpur Dhanendra Sahu Indian National Congress UPA
54 Rajim Amitesh Shukla Indian National Congress UPA
55 Bindrawagarh Damarudhar Pujari Bharatiya Janata Party NDA
56 Sihawa Dr. Lakshmi Dhruw Indian National Congress UPA
57 Kurud Ajay Chandrakar Bharatiya Janata Party NDA
58 Dhamtari Ranjana Dipendra Sahu Bharatiya Janata Party NDA
59 Sanjari-Balod Sangeeta Sinha Indian National Congress UPA
60 Daundi Lohara Anila Bhendia Indian National Congress UPA
61 Gunderdehi Kunwer Singh Nishad Indian National Congress UPA
62 Patan Bhupesh Baghel Indian National Congress UPA
63 Durg Gramin Tamradhwaj Sahu Indian National Congress UPA
64 Durg City Arun Vora Indian National Congress UPA
65 Bhilai Nagar Devendra Yadav Indian National Congress UPA
66 Vaishali Nagar Vidya Ratan Bhasin Bharatiya Janata Party NDA
67 Ahiwara Guru Rudra Kumar Indian National Congress UPA
68 Saja Ravindra Chaube Indian National Congress UPA
69 Bemetara Ashish Kumar Chhabra Indian National Congress UPA
70 Navagarh Gurudayal Singh Banjare Indian National Congress UPA
71 Pandariya Mamta Chandrakar Indian National Congress UPA
72 Kawardha Mohammad Akbar Indian National Congress UPA
73 Khairagarh Yashoda Verma Indian National Congress UPA Won in 2022 by-poll necessitated after the death of Devwrat Singh.
74 Dongargarh Daleshwar Sahu Indian National Congress UPA
75 Rajnandgaon Dr. Raman Singh Bharatiya Janata Party NDA
76 Dongargaon Bhuneshwar Shobharam Baghel Indian National Congress UPA
77 Khujji Chhanni Chandu Sahu Indian National Congress UPA
78 Mohla-Manpur Indrashah Mandavi Indian National Congress UPA
79 Antagarh Anoop Nag Indian National Congress UPA
80 Bhanupratappur Manoj Singh Mandavi Indian National Congress UPA
81 Kanker Shishupal Shori Indian National Congress UPA
82 Keshkal Sant Ram Netam Indian National Congress UPA
83 Kondagaon Mohan Markam Indian National Congress UPA
84 Narayanpur Chandan Kashyap Indian National Congress UPA
85 Bastar Lakheshwar Baghel Indian National Congress UPA
86 Jagdalpur Rekhchand Jain Indian National Congress UPA
87 Chitrakot Rajman Venjam Indian National Congress UPA Won in 2019 bypoll necessitated after resignation by Deepak Baij
88 Dantewada Devati Karma Indian National Congress UPA Won in 2019 bypoll necessitated after the death of Bhima Mandavi
89 Bijapur Vikram Mandavi Indian National Congress UPA
90 Konta Kawasi Lakhma Indian National Congress UPA

Notes

  1. ^ The first Legislative Assembly of Chhattisgarh was constituted by the MLA's elected in the 1998 Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election, whose constituencies were in the newly formed Chhattisgarh.[4]

References

  1. ^ a b "Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly". Legislative Bodies in India website. Retrieved 9 December 2010.
  2. ^ "Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha". Government of India. Retrieved 19 March 2013.
  3. ^ "Speaker". Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha website. Retrieved 10 December 2010.
  4. ^ "The Madhya Pradesh Reorganization Act, 2000" (PDF). 2000. p. 6. Archived (PDF) from the original on 8 July 2019. Retrieved 8 July 2019.

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