List of Lok Sabha Speakers

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List of Speakers of Lok Sabha No. | Name | Portrait | Term | Party | | | | From | To | Length | Lok Sabha | | 1 | Ganesh Vasudev Mavlankar | — | 15 May 1952 | 27 February 1956 | 3 years,288 days | 1st | Indian National Congress | | 2 | M. A. Ayyangar | — | 8 March 1956 | 10 May 1957 | 1 year,63 days | | | | | | | 11 May 1957 | 16 April 1962 | 4 years,340 days | 2nd | | | 3 | Sardar Hukam Singh | — | 17 April 1962 | 16 March 1967 | 4 years,333 days | 3rd | | | 4 | Neelam Sanjiva Reddy | | 17 March 1967 | 19 July 1969 | 2 years,124 days | 4th | | | 5 | Gurdial Singh Dhillon | — | 8 August 1969 | 19 March 1971 | 1 year,221 days | | | | | | | 22 March 1971 | 1 December 1975 | 4 years,254 days | 5th | | | 6 | Bali Ram Bhagat | — | 15 January 1976 | 25 March 1977 | 1 year,69 days | | | | (4) | Neelam Sanjiva Reddy | | 26 March 1977 | 13 July 1977 | 0 years,109 days | 6th | Janata Party | | 7 | K. S. Hegde | | 21 July 1977 | 21 January 1980 | 2 years,184 days | | | | 8 | Balram Jakhar | | 22 January 1980 | 15 January 1985 | 4 years,359 days | 7th | Indian National Congress | | | | | 16 January 1985 | 18 December 1989 | 4 years,336 days | 8th | | | 9 | Rabi Ray | — | 19 December 1989 | 9 July 1991 | 1 year,202 days | 9th | Janata Dal | | 10 | Shivraj Patil | | 10 July 1991 | 22 May 1996 | 4 years,317 days | 10th | Indian National Congress | | 11 | P. A. Sangma | | 23 May 1996 | 23 March 1998 | 1 year,304 days | 11th | | | 12 | G. M. C. Balayogi | — | 24 March 1998 | 20 October 1999 | 1 year,210 days | 12th | Telugu Desam Party | | | | | 22 October 1999 | 3 March 2002 | 2 years,132 days | 13th | | | 13 | Manohar Joshi | | 10 May 2002 | 2 June 2004 | 2 years,23 days | | Shiv Sena | | 14 | Somnath Chatterjee | — | 4 June 2004 | 30 May 2009 | 4 years,360 days | 14th | Communist Party of India (Marxist) | | 15 |

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