Indian Rajya Sabha elections, 1994

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Rajya Sabha elections were held in 1994, to elect members of the Rajya Sabha, Indian Parliament's upper chamber. 3 seats from Delhi & 1 seat from Sikkim,[1] 58 members from 12 states [2] and 3 members from Kerala State [3]are elected.[4]

Elections

Elections were held in 1994 to elect members from various states. The list is incomplete.

Members elected

The following members are elected in the elections held in 1994. They are members for the term 1994-2000 and retire in year 2000, except in case of the resignation or death before the term.

State - Member - Party

Rajya Sabha members for term 1994-2000
State Member Name Party Remark
DL[1] O P Kohli BJP
DL K R Malkani BJP
DL V K Malhotra BJP res 06/10/1999
SK[1] Karma Tazing Topden SKF
AP V Kishore Chandra Deo INC R
AP[2] Alladi P Rajkumar INC
AP Satyanarayana Dronamraju INC
AP K. Mohammed Khan INC
AP Mohan Babu IND
AP Yerra Narayanasawami TDP res 21/10/1999
AP Tulsi Das Majji INC Dea 21/09/1994
Bihar Aas Mohammad JD R
Bihar Kamla Sinha JD
Bihar Dr Jagannath Mishra INC
Bihar Janardhan Yadav BJP
Bihar Jalaludin Ansari CPI
Bihar Naresh Yadav RJD
Bihar Nagmani RJD 07/10/1999
Bihar Sitaram Kesari INC
GJ[2] Yoginder Kumar Bhagatram IND bye 26/11/1996
GJ Madhavsinh Solanki INC
GJ Rajubhai Parmar INC
GJ Prafulbhai Garodia BJP
GJ Anandiben Patel BJP res. 12/03/1998 GJ Assembly
GJ K M Mangrola BJP Res 02/11/1996
HR[2] Faqir Chand INLD
HR Ramji Lal INC
HP[2] Kripal Parmar BJP
HP Sushil Barongpa INC
KA[2] Janardhana Poojary INC
KA K. Rahman Khan INC
KA M. Rajasekara Murthy INC Res 23/08/1999
KA H. Hanumanthappa INC
MP[2] H. R. Bhardwaj INC
MP Ghufran Aazam INC
MP Govind Ram Miri BJP
MP Raghavji BJP
MP Veena Verma INC
MP Radhakishan Chhotuji Malviya INC
MH[2] Sanjay Nirupum SS
MH V N Gadgil INC
MH Saroj Khaparde INC
MH Gopalrao V Patil INC
MH Govindrao Adik NCP
MH Ram Jethmalani OTH
MH Suresh Kalmadi INC Res 10/05/1996
OR[2] Bhagaban Majhi JD
OR Rahas Bihari Barik JD
OR Sanatan Bisi BJD
RJ [2] Kanak Mal Katara BJP
RJ Bhuvnesh Chaturvedi INC
RJ Onkar Singh Lakhawat --
RJ Satish Agarwal BJP 10/09/1997
UP [2] Janeshwar Mishra SP
UP Ram Nath Kovind BJP
UP Jayant Kumar Malhotra IND
UP Ish Dutt Yadav SP Dea 19/09/1999
UP Malti Devi Sharma BJP
UP Raj Nath Singh BJP
UP Raj Babbar INC res LS
UP Jitendra Prasad INC res 07/10/1999 LS
UP Mayawati BSP Res 25/10/1996
UP Dara_Singh_Chauhan BSP bye 30/11/1996
UP Jitendra Prasad INC res LS
UP Dr Ranbir Singh BJP
UP Ram Vaksa --
UP Prof R. B. S. Varma BJP
WB[2] Nilotpal Basu CPM
WB Dipankar Mukherjee CPM
WB Joyanta Roy ppp
WB Gurudas Dasgupta CPI
WB Biplab Dasgupta CPM Dea 17-07-2005
Kerala[3] Vayalar Ravi INC
Kerala E. Balanandan CPM
Kerala M. P. Abdussamad Samadani ML

Bye-elections

The following bye elections were held in the year 1994.

State - Member - Party

  1. AP - T. Venkatram Reddy - INC ( ele 31/01/1994 term till 1996 )
  2. UP - Sanjay Dalmia - SP ( ele 03/02/1994 term till 1998 )

References

  1. ^ a b c "Elections to Rajya Sabha" (PDF). ECI New Delhi. Retrieved 27 September 2017.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "Biennial elections to the Council of States (Rajya Sabha) to fill the seats of members retiring on 02.04.2000" (PDF). ECI New Delhi. Retrieved 27 September 2017.
  3. ^ a b "Biennial Election to the Rajya Sabha by members of the Kerala Legislative Assembly" (PDF). ECI New Delhi. Retrieved 27 September 2017.
  4. ^ "Alphabetical List Of Former Members Of Rajya Sabha Since 1952". Rajya Sabha Secretariat, New Delhi. Retrieved 13 September 2017.
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