Fourth Legislative Assembly of Delhi
Legislative Assembly of Delhi
(Vidhan Sabha of Delhi)
|October 2008 – November 2013|
|Old Secretariat, Delhi, India|
Election and government formationEdit
In all, 7 national parties, 8 state parties, 53 registered (unrecognised) parties and other independent candidates contested for the 70 assembly seats of the Assembly.
With 43 seats, INC emerged as the single largest party, much ahead of the required half way mark to form the government. Congress was followed by BJP with 23 seats. Being the single largest party, INC approached the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Tejendra Khanna and made claim to form a government. INC hence formed the government with Sheila Dikshit as the Chief Minister.
|Electors who voted||3,481,118||2,694,957||-||6,176,075|
|01||2008||2013||Chief Minister||Sheila Dikshit||INC|
|03||2008||2013||Deputy Speaker||Amrish Singh Gautam||Indian National Congress|
|04||2008||2013||Leader of the House||-||-|
|05||2008||2013||Leader of the Opposition||Vijay Kumar Malhotra||Bharatiya Janata Party|
List of membersEdit
Default sort, in ascending order of constituency.
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- "Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies Order, 2008" (PDF). Election Commission of India official website. Retrieved 9 January 2017.