Indian General Election 2019 7th Phase Voting Live

Indian General Election 2019 7th Phase Voting Live

Indian General Election 2019 7th Phase Voting Live

Indian General Election 2019 7th Phase Date: 19 May 2019 

The 2019 Indian general election is currently being held in seven phases from 11 April to 19 May 2019 to constitute the 17th Lok Sabha. The counting of votes will be conducted on 23 May, and on the same day, the results will be declared. About 900 million Indian citizens are eligible to vote in one of the seven phases depending on the region.


Indian General Election Voting Live 2019

 

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Lok Sabha Phase I Live Voting Details

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Lok Sabha Exit Poll 2019

 


The electoral system of India

All 543 elected MPs will be elected from single-member constituencies using first-past-the-post voting. The President of India nominates an additional two members from the Anglo-Indian community if he believes the community is under-represented.

Eligible voters must be Indian citizens, 18 or older, an ordinary resident of the polling area of the constituency and possess a valid voter identification card issued by the Election Commission of India. Some people convicted of electoral or other offences are barred from voting.

The elections are being held on schedule and per the constitution of India that mandates parliamentary elections once every five years. The details of the elections were announced by Election Commission of India (ECI) on 10 March 2019, after which Model Code of Conduct regulations for the elections came into immediate effect.


India Parties and leaders

 

More than 50 parties are contesting these elections. Most of them are small with regional appeal. The main parties are the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Indian National Congress (INC). With the exception of 2014, no single party has won the majority of seats in the Lok Sabha since 1984, and therefore forming alliances is the norm in Indian elections. In the 2019 general election, there are four main national pre-poll alliances. They are the NDA headed by the BJP, the UPA headed by the INC, the grand alliance of regional parties, and the left front of Communist-leaning parties. Given the volatile nature of coalition politics in India, alliances may change during and after the election. 2019 General Election is the first time when BJP (437) is contesting more seats than Congress (423) in the Lok Sabha elections.

The INC has not formed an alliance in states where it is in direct contest with the BJP. These states include Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. It has formed alliances with regional parties in Jammu and Kashmir, Bihar, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Jharkhand, and Kerala. The party has not been able to form an alliance with other parties in Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Northeast, Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and Goa. 

Early in the campaign in January 2019, Mayawati (president of the Bahujan Samaj Party) and Akhilesh Yadav (president of the Samajwadi Party) announced an alliance to contest 76 seats out of the 80 in Uttar Pradesh and the alliance will not fight in four seats, namely Amethi and Rae Bareli which they left for Congress and another two for other political parties. The alliance did not include Congress, with Mayawati stating, "Including Congress in the alliance will hurt SP-BSP prospects as Congress's votes do not get transferred" and "the policies of both these parties [BJP and Congress] have been mostly the same". The alliance was the second of its kind with a similar coalition formed 25 years ago in 1993.


India past election results 

Party

Leader

Votes

Seats

BJP

Narendra Modi

31.30%

282 (51.9%)

282 / 543

INC

Sonia Gandhi

19.50%

44 (8.1%)

44 / 543

AIADMK

Jayalalithaa

3.30%

37 (6.8%)

37 / 543

AITC

Mamata Banerjee

3.80%

34 (6.2%)

34 / 543

BJD

Naveen Patnaik

1.70%

20 (3.6%)

20 / 543

SS

Uddhav Thackeray

1.90%

18 (3.3%)

18 / 543

TDP

N. Chandrababu Naidu

2.50%

16 (2.7%)

16 / 543

TRS

K. Chandrashekhar Rao

1.20%

11 (2.4%)

11 / 543

 

India Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2017 by City Immigrants

India Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2017

India Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2017

India is projected to be the world's most populous country by 2022, surpassing the population of China.India Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2017 During 1975-2010 the population doubled to 1,200 million. It is expected to become the first political entity in history to be home to more than 1.5 billion people by 2030, and its population is set to reach 1.7 billion by 2050. Its population growth rate is 1.2%, ranking 94th in the world in 2013. The Indian population reached the billion mark in 1998. India has more than 50% of its population below the age of 25 and more than 65% below the age of 35. It is expected that, in 2020, the average age of an Indian will be 29 years, compared to 37 for China and 48 for Japan; and, by 2030, India's dependency ratio should be just over 0.4.

India has more than two thousand ethnic groups,and every major religion is represented, as are four major families of languages (Indo-European, Dravidian, Austroasiatic and Sino-Tibetan languages) as well as two language isolates (the Nihali language spoken in parts of Maharashtra and the Burushaski language spoken in parts of Jammu and Kashmir (Kashmir). Further complexity is lent by the great variation that occurs across this population on social parameters such as income and education. Only the continent of Africa exceeds the linguistic, genetic and cultural diversity of the nation of India.

India demographics Population by Religion

 There are six religions in India which have been awarded "National minority" status—Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Jains, Buddhists and Zoroastrians.

Religious group

Population

1951%

1961%

1971%

1981%

1991%

2001%

% 2011[53]

Hinduism

84.10%

83.45%

82.73%

82.30%

81.53%

80.46%

79.80%

Islam

9.80%

10.69%

11.21%

11.75%

12.61%

13.43%

14.23%

Christianity

2.30%

2.44%

2.60%

2.44%

2.32%

2.34%

2.30%

Sikhism

1.79%

1.79%

1.89%

1.92%

1.94%

1.87%

1.72%

Buddhism

0.74%

0.74%

0.70%

0.70%

0.77%

0.77%

0.70%

Jainism

0.46%

0.46%

0.48%

0.47%

0.40%

0.41%

0.37%

Zoroastrianism

0.13%

0.09%

0.09%

0.09%

0.08%

0.06%

n/a

Others/Religion not specified

0.43%

0.43%

0.41%

0.42%

0.44%

0.72%

0.90%


 India demographics Population by Immigrants

The number of foreign immigrants living in India is steadily declining, but India continues to be among the 10 countries with the highest in-migration in the world. At the same time, India sends the fourth largest number of emigrants to other countries.

In 2010, there were 5.4 million foreign-born people living in India, according to new estimates released by the Population Division of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs. These numbers make India home to the ninth largest number of foreign-born people in the world.

But this number has been in decline since post-Partition migration and an influx of refugees from Bangladesh following the 1971 war.

There were 7.5 million foreign-born persons living in India in 1990. By 2000, this number was down to 6.4 million on account of the death of these older immigrants and refugees.

While a source country-wise break-up is not available for immigrants in India in 2010, past trends indicate that the likes of French diplomats in Delhi, American investment bankers in Mumbai and British techies in Bangalore form a tiny part of this diaspora. In the 2001 census, 97% of all immigrants were from south Asian countries. Three million were from Bangladesh alone, followed by a million from Pakistan and 600,000 from Nepal.


 India demographics Population by Race
.

According to a 2009 study published by Reich et al., the modern Indian population is composed of two genetically divergent and heterogeneous populations which mixed in ancient times (about 1,200–3,500 BC), known as Ancestral North Indians (ANI) and Ancestral South Indians (ASI). ASI corresponds to the Dravidian-speaking population of southern India, whereas ANI corresponds to the Indo-Aryan-speaking population of northern India.

For a list of ethnic groups in the Republic of India (as well as neighbouring countries) see ethnic groups of the Indian subcontinent.

Linguistic groups in India chart

  Indo-Aryan (75%)

  Dravidian (20%)

  Austroasiatic, Sino-Tibetan, Tai-Kadai and others (5%)

India Population by City
.

S.No.

City

Population

Metropolitan

Literacy

1

Mumbai

12442373

18414288

89.73

2

Delhi

11034555

16314838

87.59

3

Bangalore

8443675

8499399

88.71

4

Hyderabad

6731790

7749334

83.26

5

Ahmedabad

5577940

6352254

88.29

6

Chennai

4646732

8696010

90.18

7

Kolkata

4496694

14112536

86.31

8

Surat

4467797

4585367

87.89

9

Pune

3124458

5049968

89.56

10

Jaipur

3046163

3046163

83.33

 

Uttar Pradesh Second Phase Voting Live 2017 10% voting 9 am UP Elections Results

Uttar Pradesh Second Phase Elections LIVE Voting % Dates Results 2017 15th Feb Facts Updates

 

 

Hectic campaigning for the second phase of Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections will come to an end tomorrow in 67 Assembly constituencies spread over 11 districts.                                                      up neww

Polling in these constituencies will be held on February 15.

The seats are spread across 11 districts – Saharanpur, Bijnor, Moradabad, Sambhal, Rampur, Bareilly, Amroha, Pilibhit, Kheri, Shahjahanpur and Badaun.

 


Find UP Uttar Pradesh Second Phase Elections LIVE Voting %, Dates 15 Feb 2017, Results, Facts,

67 Constituency in 2nd Phase, 11 Mar Counting Results, Nomination Date Result Date Updates.

 Uttar Pradesh Second Phase Election Facts Voting Live Results 2017

 

 

  1. Glitch in EVM machine halts voting process at Badaun Sadar constituency's S.K.Inter College-booth no. 183.
  2.  Polling had to begin at 7 AM, but they are still in process of setting up machines: Voter at Moradabad polling booth no. 265.
  3. Union Minister and senior BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi votes at a polling booth in Rampur.
  4. Voting begins in 67 constituencies across 15 districts for the second phase. up seats1
  5. This election falls under 'rarest of rare' category where conventional wisdom is unlikely to win.
  6. 10.69% voter turnout till 9 am.
  7. Last Date of Nominations has passed and is on 27 January 2017.
  8. Date of Voting is 15th February 2017. Counting of Votes is on 11th February 2017.
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 Uttar Pradesh Second Phase Election Dates Schedule 2017

 

 

 

Poll Event Phase-2 (67 ACs)
Date of Notification 20.01.2017 (FRI)
Last Date of Nominations 27.01.2017
Scrutiny of Nominations 28.01.2017
Withdrawal candidature 30.01.2017
Date of Poll 15.02.2017 (WED)
Counting 11.03.2017 (SAT) 

 

Uttar Pradesh Second Phase Elections 2017 details

 

 

 
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Caste wise population/details of UP

 

Uttar Pradesh Second Phase Constituency District List 2017

Constituency Constituency Constituency Constituency
Phase-2 Phase-2 Phase-2 Phase-2
1-Behat 25-Kanth 119-Meerganj 137-Palia
2-Nakur 26-Thakurdwara 120-Bhojipura 138-Nighasan
3-Saharanpur Nagar 27-Moradabad Rural 121-Nawabganj 139-Gola Gokrannath
4-Saharanpur 28-Moradabad Nagar 122-Faridpur (SC) 140-Sri Nagar (SC)
5-Deoband 29-Kundarki 123-Bithari Chainpur 141-Dhaurahra
6-Rampur 30-Bilari 124-Bareilly 142-Lakhimpur
Maniharan(SC) 31-Chandausi (SC) 125-Bareilly Cantt. 143-Kasta (SC)
7-Gangoh 32-Asmoli 126-Aonla 144-Mohammdi
17-Najibabad 33-Sambhal 39-Dhanaura (SC) 131-Katra
18-Nagina (SC) 111-Gunnaur 40-Naugawan Sadat 132-Jalalabad
19-Barhapur 34-Suar 41-Amroha 133-Tilhar
20-Dhampur 35-Chamraua 42-Hasanpur 134-Powayan (SC)
21-Nehtaur (SC) 36-Bilaspur 127-Pilibhit 135-Shahjahanpur
22-Bijnor 37-Rampur 128-Barkhera 136-Dadraul
23-Chandpur 38-Milak (SC) 129-Puranpur (SC) 112-Bisauli (SC)
24-Noorpur 118-Baheri 130-Bisalpur 113-Sahaswan
      114-Bilsi
      115-Badaun
      116-Shekhupur
      117-Dataganj

 

 

 

 

 

Odisha Panchayat Election Voting Live Results 2017 Winner List Sarpanch District wise

Odisha Panchayat/Gram Panchayat Election Schedule Result Voting Candidates Opinion poll 2017, Odisha 2017 panchayat Election Dates & Timing, Odisha Panchayat Chunav Official Notification, Latest News of Odisha Gram Panchayat Elections 2017

Odisha Panchayat Poll Dates Results Voting Candidates Live 2017

Odisha Panchayat Polls Election Dates 2017

State Election Commission will soon declare the schedule of Panchayat Polls 2017 and reservation roster for each posts in Odisha.Odisha Panchayat Polls will be in February  2017 in 5 Phases. From Feb 13 to Feb 21 2017.

First Phase Voting % is – 71%

In First Phase final Results tally for 188 ZPs is – BJD 96, BJP 65, INC 11, Others 5


 Second Phase Odisha Zilla Parishad Panchayat Election Voting Results Live

 
  1. Voting Would start at 7 AM morning to 12 PM on 15th Feb. Results would be declared same day evening.
  2. 53,62,814 voters in 29 districts of Odisha in the second phase three-tier Panchayat polls on Wednesday.
  3. Elections will be held in 174 Zilla Parishad zones in 65 blocks in 29 districts.
  4. Elections would be held for 1386 Panchayat Samiti members and 18,561 Ward Members.

First Phase Odisha Zilla Parishad Panchayat Election Results Live Voting

Odisha Zilla Parishad Elections Final Election Results 2017 for Phase 1

Party  Seats
 BJD  96
 BJP  64
 Cong  11
Others 5
Total 188

Results for 12 seats awaited.

  1. Overall Voting % is 71%.

     

     
  2. The first phase polling was held in 188 Zilla Parishad (ZP) seats spread over 65 blocks in 29 districts where 716 candidates are contesting. Elections were also contested for 1,506 Sarpanch and Samiti member posts.
  3. There are 853 ZP seats in the State of which elections will be held for 848 seats while there will be no elections in five seats due to various reasons.

Odisha Panchayat Poll Live Voting Results Phase 1

  1. Polling Percentage in All districts for Phase 1 is as follows.
  2. Overall Voting % is 71%
District Poll % District Poll % District Poll %
Angul 76 Jagatsinghpur 84 Mayurbhanj 69
Balasore 77 Jajpur 70 Nawarangpur 60.5
Balangir 60 Jharsuguda 72 Nayagrah 66
Bargarh 75 Kalahandi 76 Nuapada 67
Bhadrak 70 Khandamal 75 Puri 65.7
Boudh 77 Kendrapada 70 Raygada 66
Cuttack 70 Keonjhar 62.3 Sambalpur 65.5
Dhenkanal 79 Khurda 74 Subranapur 84.3
Gajapati 62 Koraput 67 Sundargarh 69
Ganjam 70 Malkangiri 64 Total 71
  1. Poll boycott at 10 booths including four of Dokada GP & six of Balijhari GP of #Cuttack dist in demand of new panchayat #Odisha
  2. #PanchayatPolls: More than 50% polling recorded till 11 am in first phase, says #SEC office

  3. The State Election Commission (SEC) on Friday declared total 27,422 polling booths as hypersensitive and sensitive in the upcoming three-tier Panchayat polls in Odisha going to start in five phases from February 13.
  4. 8,491 Hypersensitive, 18,931 Sensitive Booths
  5. As per the SEC list released, the polls will be conducted in total 92,032 wards across Odisha on February 13, 15, 17, 19 & 21 in phases.

     

     

Also Read: Odisha Zilla Parishad Elections 2017 dates Details Results Candidates 2017

Also Read: Odisha Panchayat Samiti Elections 2017 dates Details Results Candidates 2017

  1. The elections will be held for the posts of 853 Zilla Parishad members, 6,802 Sarpanches, 6,801 Panchayat Samiti members and 92,052 ward members, in which 2,60,92,507 voters will exercise their franchise.
  2. The state government has reserved 50 percent seats for women candidates in the panchayat elections.
 
Events Dates
Candidates would file their nominations  Jan 11-Jan 17
Scrutiny of nominations  Jan 18
 last date for withdrawal of candidature  Jan 21
Polling Day

February 13, 15, 17, 19

and 21 (7am-12pm)

Counting of votes  Same day 1 pm onwards

Odisha Panchayat Polls Election Candidates Facts 2017

 
  1. The elections will be held for the posts of 853 Zilla Parishad members, 6,802 Sarpanches, 6,801 Panchayat Samiti members and 92,052 ward members, in which 2,60,92,507 voters will exercise their franchise.
  2. The state government has reserved 50 per cent seats for women candidates in the panchayat elections
  3. State Election Commission (SEC) today said that out of 2,20,789 nominations filed for the polls, a total of 1,89,099 candidates remain in fray.
  4. “We have 26,539 candidates for sarpanch posts whereas there are 22,109 candidates competing for panchayat samiti sabhya posts. For zilla parishad, there are 3,288 candidates while 1,37,163 are contesting for ward member,” said Sahu.
  5. Campaigning will continue till 7 PM of February 11 and will end before 36 hours of polling on February 13.
  6. Casting of votes would take place from 7 am to 12 noon and counting of votes will be done from 1 pm onwards on these days.

 


 

CLICK HERE ELECTED SARPANCHES AND SAMITI MEMBERS

Anugul  Bargarh Bhadrak  Balasore  Balangir  Boudh 
Cuttack  Deogarh  Dhenkanal  Gajapati Ganjam  Jagatsinghpur 
Jajpur Jharsuguda  Kalahandi  Kandhamal  KendraPara  Keonjhar 
Khurda  Koraput Malkangiri  Mayurbhanj  Nuapada  Nabarangpur 
Nayagarh  Puri  Rayagada  Sambalpur  Sonepur Sundargarh 
 

Odisha Panchayat Voter List

 

 

 

Uttar Pradesh BJP Candidate List Assembly Elections 2017 First Second

Uttar Pradesh BJP Candidate List Assembly Elections 2017 First Second

Uttar Pradesh Assembly Election BJP Candidate List 2017, Uttar Pradesh BJP Vidhan Sabha Contesting Candidate, Uttar Pradesh Election candidate list, Complete BJP candidate List 2017 

 

20 Jan 2017: BJP Second Candidate List of 150 for UP Elections 2017 to be declared today.
The seven-phase UP assembly polls start from 11 February till 8th March 2017


BJP First Candidate List of 149 for UP Elections 2017

The Central Election Committee of the Bharatiya Janata Party met yesterday under the Presidentship of Shri Amit Shah.
Meeting was attended by Shri Narendra Modi, Hon'ble Prime Minister, Shri Rajnath Singh, Minister of Home Affairs, Shri Arun Jaitley, Minister of Finance and other members of the Central Election Committee of the BJP.
The Committee has decided the following names for the ensuing General Elections to the Legislative Assembly 2017 of Uttar Pradesh.

Sno AC No. AC Name Phase Final Candidate
1 1 Behat 2 Mahaveer Rana
2 2 Nakur 2 Dharam Singh Saini
3 3 Saharanpur Nagar 2 Rajiv Gumber
4 4 Saharanpur 2 Manoj Chaudhary
5 5 Deoband 2 Brijesh Singh
6 6 Rampur Maniharan SC 2 Devendra Nim
7 7 Gangoh 2 Pradeep Choudhari
8 9 Thana Bhawan 1 Suresh Rana
9 10 Shamli 1 Tejender Nirwal
10 11 Budhana 1 Umesh Malik
11 12 Charthawal 1 Vijay Kashyap
12 13 Purqazi SC 1 Pramod Untval
13 14 Muzaffarnagar 1 Kapil Dev Agrawal
14 15 Khatauli 1 Vikram Saini
15 16 Meerapur 1 Avatar SIngh Badhana
16 17 Najibabad 2 Rajiv Kumar Agarwal
17 18 Nagina SC 2 Omwati Devi
18 20 Dhampur 2 Ashok Rana
19 21 Nehtaur SC 2 Om Kumar
20 22 Bijnor 2 Suchi Mausham Chaudhary
21 23 Chandpur 2 Kamlesh Saini
22 24 Noorpur 2 Lokender Singh Chauhan
23 25 Kanth 2 Rajesh Kumar Chunnu
24 26 Thakurdwara 2 Rajpal Singh Chauhan
25 27 Moradabad Rural 2 Hari Oam Sharma
26 28 Moradabad Nagar 2 Ritesh Gupta
27 29 Kundarki 2 Ram Veer Singh
28 30 Bilari 2 Suresh Saini
29 31 Chandausi SC 2 Gulab Devi
30 32 Asmoli 2 Narender SIngh
31 33 Sambhal 2 Dr Arvind Gupta
32 34 Suar 2 Laxmi Saini
33 35 Chamraua 2 Mohan Lodhi
34 36 Bilaspur 2 Baldev Olakh
35 37 Rampur 2 Shiv Bahadur Saxena
36 38 Milak SC 2 Raj Bala
37 39 Dhanaura SC 2 Rajeev Tarara
38 40 Naugawan Sadat 2 Chetan Chauhan
39 41 Amroha 2 Dr K S Saini
40 42 Hasanpur 2 Chander Pal Khadakvanshi
41 43 Siwalkhas 1 Jitender Satvai
42 44 Sardhana 1 Sangeet Som
43 45 Hastinapur SC 1 Dinesh Khatik
44 46 Kithore 1 Satyaveer Tyagi
45 48 Meerut 1 Laxmikant Bajpai
46 49 Meerut South 1 Somender Tomar
47 50 Chhaprauli 1 Satyender Tagana
48 51 Baraut 1 K P Malik
49 52 Baghpat 1 Yogesh Dhama
50 53 Loni 1 Nand Kishor Khatana
51 54 Muradnagar 1 Ajit Pal Tyagi
52 56 Ghaziabad 1 Atul Garg
53 57 Modinagar 1 Dr Manju Shivach
54 58 Dholana 1 Ramesh Tomar
55 59 Hapur SC 1 Vijaypal Aadhati
56 60 Garhmukteswar 1 Kamal Malik
57 62 Dadri 1 Tejpal Nagar
58 63 Jewar 1 Dhirender Singh
59 64 Sikandrabad 1 Vimla Solanki
60 65 Bulandsahar 1 Virender Singh Sirohi
61 66 Syana 1 Devendra Singh Lodhi
62 67 Anupsahar 1 Sanjay Sharma
63 69 Shikarpur 1 Anil Sharma
64 70 Khurja SC 1 Vijender Khatik
65 71 Khair SC 1 Anup Valmiki
66 72 Baroli 1 Dalveer Singh
67 73 Atrauli 1 Sandeep Singh
68 74 Chhara 1 Ravindra Pal
69 75 Koil 1 Anil Parashar
70 76 Aligarh 1 Sanjeev Raja
71 77 Iglas SC 1 Rejveer Diler
72 78 Hathras SC 1 Hari Shanker Mahor
73 79 Sadabad 1 Priti Chaudhary
74 80 Sikandra Rao 1 Virender Rana
75 81 Chhata 1 Laxmi Narayan Chaudhary
76 82 Mant 1 Sanjay Kumar Sharma (S K Sharma)
77 83 Goverdhan 1 Karinda Singh
78 84 Mathura 1 Shrikant Sharma
79 85 Baldev 1 Puran Prakash
80 86 Etmadpur 1 Ram Pratap Chauhan
81 87 Agra Cantt SC 1 Dr G S Dharmesh
82 88 Agra South 1 Yogendra Upadhyay
83 89 Agra North 1 Jagan Prasad Garg
84 90 Agra rural SC 1 Hemlatta Diwakar
85 91 Fatehpur Sikri 1 Udaybhan Singh Chaudhary
86 92 Kheragarh 1 Mahesh Goyal
87 93 Fatehabad 1 Jitender Verma
88 94 Bah 1 Rani Pakshalika SIngh
89 95 Tundla SC 1 S P Baghel
90 96 Jasrana 1 Ram Gopal Pappu
91 97 Firozabad 1 Manish Asiza
92 98 Shikohabad 1 Dr Mukesh Verma
93 99 Sirsaganj 1 Jayveer Singh
94 100 Kasganj 1 Devendra Singh Lodhi
95 101 Amanpur 1 Devendra Pratap Singh
96 102 Patiyali 1 Mamtesh Shakya
97 103 Aliganj 1 Satyap Singh Rathod
98 104 Etah 1 Vipin Verma (David)
99 105 Marhara 1 Virender Verma
100 106 Jalesar SC 1 Sanjeev Diwakar
101 111 Gunnaur 2 Ajit Raju Yadav
102 112 Bisauli SC 2 Kushagra Sagar
103 115 Badaun 2 Mahesh Gupta
104 116 Shekhpura 2 Dharmender Shakya
105 118 Baheri 2 Chhattar Pal Gangwar
106 119 Meerganj 2 Dr D C Verma
107 120 Bhojipura 2 Bohoran Lal Maurya
108 121 Nawabganj 2 Kesar Singh
109 122 Faridpur SC 2 Shyam Bihari
110 123 Bithari Chainpur 2 Rajesh Kumar Mishra
111 124 Bareilly 2 Dr Arun Saxena
112 125 Bareilly Cantt 2 Rajesh Agrawal
113 126 Aonla 2 Dharam Pal Singh
114 127 Pilibhit 2 Sanjay Gangwar
115 128 Barkhera 2 Kishan Lal Rajput
116 129 Puranpur SC 2 Baburam Paswan
117 130 Bisalpur 2 Ram Sharan Verma
118 131 Katra 2 Vir Vikram Singh
119 132 Jalalabad 2 Manoj Kashyap
120 133 Tilhar 2 Roshan Lal Verma
121 134 Powayan SC 2 Chetram Pasi
122 135 Shahjahanpur 2 Suresh Khanna
123 136 Dadraul 2 Manvender Singh
124 137 Palia 2 Romi Sahni
125 138 Nighasan 2 Ram Kumar Verma
126 139 Gola Gokarannath 2 Arvind Giri
127 140 Sri Nagar SC 2 Manju Tyagi
128 141 Dhaurahara 2 Bala Prasad Awasthi
129 142 Lakhimpur 2 Yogesh Verma
130 143 Kasta SC 2 Saurabh Singh Sonu
131 144 Mohammadi 2 Lokendra Pratap Singh
132 165 Unnao 3 Pankaj Gupta
133 212 Govindnagar 3 Satyadev Pachoori
134 214 Aryanagar 3 Salil Vishnoi
135 216 Kanpur Cantt. 3 Raghunandan Bhadauriya
136 217 Maharajpur 3 Satish Mahana
137 223 Jhansi Nagar 4 Ravi Sharma
138 240 Fatehpur 4 Vikram Singh
139 243 Khaga SC 4 Smt. Krishna Paswan
140 271 Rudauli 3 Ram Chandra Yadav
141 288 Kaiserganj 5 Mukut bihari Verma
142 297 Katra Bazar 5 Bavan Singh
143 304 Bansi 5 Jay Prakash Singh
144 322 Gorakhpur Urban 6 Radha Mohan Das Agrawal
145 325 Khajani SC 6 Sant Prasad
146 332 Fazilnagar 6 Ganga Singh Kushwah
147 337 Deoria 6 Janemejay Singh
148 360 Phephana 6 Upendra Tiwari
149 368 Mungra Badshahpur 7 Smt. Seema Dwivedi