1993 Delhi Legislative Assembly election
All 70 seats to the Delhi Legislative Assembly
36 seats needed for a majority
First Legislative Assembly elections in Delhi were held in 1952. But under States Reorganisation Act, 1956, Delhi was made a Union Territory under the direct administration of the President of India and the Delhi Legislative Assembly was abolished simultaneously. So the next legislative assembly elections in Delhi were held in 1993, when Union Territory of Delhi was formally declared as National Capital Territory of Delhi by the Sixty-ninth Amendment to the Indian constitution.
|Bharatiya Janata Party||47.82||49|
|Indian National Congress||34.48||14|
|Bahujan Samaj Party||1.88||0|
|Communist Party (Marxist)||0.38||0|
|All India Forward Bloc||0.03||0|
- First Legislative Assembly of Delhi
- Second Legislative Assembly of Delhi
- Third Legislative Assembly of Delhi
- Fourth Legislative Assembly of Delhi
- Fifth Legislative Assembly of Delhi
- Sixth Legislative Assembly of Delhi
- General Elections to the Legislative Assembly of NCT of Delhi, 1993 ECI
- "Reorganisation of States, 1955" (PDF). The Economic Weekly. 15 October 1955. Retrieved 25 July 2015.
- "Sixty-ninth amendment". Delhi Assembly official website. Archived from the original on 21 August 2016.