Elections in the Republic of India in 1992 included elections to the Punjab Legislative Assembly, seats in the Rajya Sabha and the elections to the posts of President and vice president.

Legislative Assembly elections

Punjab

Main article: 1992 Punjab Legislative Assembly election

Summary of results of the Punjab Legislative Assembly election, 1992[1]
Political Party
No. of Candidates
Seats won
Number of Votes
% of Votes
Indian National Congress 116 87 13,17,075 43.83%
Shiromani Akali Dal 58 3 1,56,171 5.20%
Bharatiya Janata Party 66 6 4,95,161 16.48%
Communist Party of India 20 4 1,09,386 3.64%
Bahujan Samaj Party 105 9 4,90,552 17.59%
Communist Party of India (M) 17 1 72,061 2.40%
Indian People's Front 2 1 2,292 0.08%
Janata Dal 37 1 64,666 2.15%
Independents 151 4 2,77,706 9.24%
Total[2] 579 117 30,05,083

Rajya Sabha

Main article: 1992 Indian Rajya Sabha elections

President

Main article: 1992 Indian presidential election

Source: Web archive of Election Commission of India website[3][4]

Candidate Electoral Values
Shankar Dayal Sharma 675,864
George Gilbert Swell 346,485
Ram Jethmalani 2,704
Kaka Joginder Singh 1,135
Total 1,026,188

Vice-president

Main article: 1992 Indian vice presidential election

Result of the Indian vice-presidential election, 1992[5]
Candidate
Party
Electoral Votes
% of Votes
K. R. Narayanan INC 700 99.86
Kaka Joginder Singh Independent 1 0.14
Total 701 100.00
Valid Votes 701 98.59
Invalid Votes 10 1.41
Turnout 711 90.00
Abstentions 79 10.00
Electors 790

References

  1. ^ "STATISTICAL REPORT ON GENERAL ELECTION, 1992 TO THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF PUNJAB" (PDF). eci.nic.in. Election Commission of India. Retrieved 30 July 2018.
  2. ^ The total includes votes and contestants of all parties, even those who failed to win any seat.
  3. ^ "Backgrounder". pib.nic.in. Archived from the original on 29 May 2000.
  4. ^ "Election to the Office of President of India 2017" (PDF). eci.nic.in. Media Division, Election Commission of India. p. 30. Archived from the original (PDF) on 12 July 2017.
  5. ^ BACKGROUND MATERIAL REGARDING FOURTEENTH ELECTION TO THE OFFICE OF THE VICE-PRESIDENT, 2012, ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA