State Assembly

 

State legislature

In states where there are two houses there is a Legislative Council and a Legislative Assembly . In such a case, the Legislative Council is the Upper House, while Legislative Assembly is the Lower House of the State Legislature. The Governor shall not be a member of the Legislature or Parliament; shall not hold any office of profit, shall be entitled to emoluments and allowances. (Article 158 of Indian constitution).

The Legislative Assembly consists of not more than 500 members and not less than 60. The biggest state like Uttar Pradesh has 403 members in its Assembly. States which have small population and are small in size have a provision for having even lesser number of members in the Legislative Assembly. Puducherry has 30 members. Mizoram, Goa have only 40 members each. Sikkim has 32 members. All members of the Legislative Assembly are elected on the basis of adult franchise, and one member is elected from one constituency. Just as the President has the power to nominate 2 Anglo Indians to the Lok Sabha, similarly, the Governor also has the power to nominate 1 member from Anglo Indian’s community as he/she deems fit, if he/she is of the opinion that they are not adequately represented in the Assembly.

Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA)

A Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) is a representative elected by the voters of an electoral district (constituency) to the Legislature of a State in the Indian system of government. Each state has between seven and nine MLAs for every Member of Parliament (MP) that it has in the Lok Sabha. There are also Members in two unicameral legislatures in Union Territories: the Delhi Legislative Assembly and Puducherry Legislative Assembly.

Qualification

The qualifications to member of the state Legislature are largely similar to the qualifications to be the members of Parliament. A person should be i) a citizen of India ii) not less than 25 years of age to be member of the Legislative Assembly and not less than 30 years as per Article 173 of Indian Constitution to be a member of the Legislative Council.

No person can become a member of the Legislative Assembly or the Legislative Council of any state, unless the individual is a voter from any constituency of the state. Those who cannot become members of Parliament can also not become members of state Legislature. The member is elected by the people of that particular constituency and represents those people in the legislative assembly and debates on issues related to his or her constituency. The MLA’s position is like an MP only but the difference is only that MLA is in the state level and the MP is in the national level.

Term

The term of the Legislative Assembly is five years. But it may be dissolved even earlier than five years by the Governor on the request of Chief Minister. The term of the Legislative Assembly may be extended during an Emergency, but not more than six months at a time.In the State of Jammu and Kashmir the tenure of the Legislative Assembly is 6 years.

The Legislative Council is the Upper House in the State. Just like the Rajya Sabha it is a permanent House. The members of state’s upper house are selected based on the strength of each party in the lower house and by state gubernatorial nomination. The term of each member is 6 years and 1/3 members of the House retire after every two years. The upper house of a state assembly, unlike the Upper house of the Parliament, can be abolished by the lower house, if it passes a specific law bill, which states to dissolve the upper house, and gets it attested in both houses of parliament and then signed by the president into law. Only Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh have their Upper houses in existence. All other states have abolished the upper house by the above mentioned method, as the upper house causes unnecessary problems and issues.

Powers

The most important function of the Legislature is law making. The State Legislature has the power to make laws on all items on which Parliament cannot legislate. Some of these items are police, prisons, irrigation, agriculture, local governments, public health, pilgrimages, burial grounds etc. Some items on which both Parliament and states can make laws are education, marriage and divorce, forests, protection of wild animals and birds etc.

As regards Money Bill, the position is the same. Bills can originate only in the Legislative Assembly. The Legislative Council can either pass the bill within 14 days from the date of the receipt of the Bill or suggest changes in it within 14 days. But these changes may or may not be accepted by the Assembly.

The State Legislature besides making laws has one electoral power in electing the President of India. Elected members of the Legislative Assembly along with the elected members of Parliament are involved in this process.

Some parts of the Constitution can be amended by Parliament with the approval of half of State Legislatures. Thus the State legislatures take part in the process of amendment of the Constitution.

MLA party memberships in April 2017

State Name Total INC BJP Leftists Socialist NDA Others Ind. Vacant
Andhra Pradesh 175 4 TDP 102 YSRCP 67, Navodayam Party 1 1
Arunachal Pradesh 60 1 47 PPA 10 2
Assam 126 25 61 AGP 14, BPF 12 AIUDF 13 1
Bihar 243 27 53 CPI-ML 3 RJD 80, JDU 71 LJP 2, RLSP 2, HAM 1 4
Chhattisgarh 90 39 49 BSP 1 1
Goa 40 16 13 MGP 3, GFP 3 NCP 1 3 1
Gujarat 182 57 121 JDU 1 NCP 2 1
Haryana 90 17 47 INLD 19 SAD 1 BSP 1 5
Himachal Pradesh 68 36 26 6
Jammu & Kashmir 87 12 25 CPM 1 PDP 27, JKPC 2 NC 15, PDF 1 3 1
Jharkhand 81 7 43 CPI-ML 1, MCC 1 JMM 19, JBSP 1 AJSU 4 JVM(P) 2, BSP 1, JP 1, NSM 1
Karnataka 224 123 47 JDS 40 BSRC 3, KJP 2, KMP 1, SKP 1 9
Kerala 140 22 1 CPM 58, CPI 19 JDS 3 IUML 18, KCM 6, KCJ 1, KCB 1, NCP 2, CMP(KSC) 1, C(S) 1, NSC 1 6
Madhya Pradesh 230 57 166 BSP 4 3
Maharashtra 288 42 122 PWPI 3, CPM 1 SP 1 SS 63, RSP 1 NCP 41, BVA 3, MNS 1, AIMIM 2, BBM 1 7
Manipur 60 28 21 NPF 4 NPP 4, LJP 1 AITC 1 1
Meghalaya 60 30 UDP 8, HSPDP 4, NPP 2 NCP 2, NESDP 1 13
Mizoram 40 34 MNF 5 MPC 1
Nagaland 60 4 JDU 1 NPF 46 NCP 1 8
Odisha 147 16 10 CPM 1 BJD 117, SKD 1 2
Punjab 117 77 3 SAD 15 AAP 20, LIP 2
Rajasthan 200 24 161 NPP 4 BSP 2, NUZP 2 7
Sikkim 32 SDF 28 SKM 2 1 1
Tamil Nadu 234 8 AIADMK 135, DMK 89, IUML 1 1 1
Telangana 119 13 5 CPM 1 TDP 3 TRS 90, AIMIM 7
Tripura 60 4 CPM 49, CPI 1 AITC 6
Uttar Pradesh 403 7 312 SP 47, RLD 1, ADS 9, SBSP 4 BSP 19, NISHAD 1 3
Uttarakhand 70 11 57 2
West Bengal 294 44 3 CPM 25, RSP 3, AIFB 2, CPI 1, MFB 1 GJM 3 AITC 211 1
Delhi 70 4 AAP 65 1
Puducherry 30 15 AINRC 8 AIADMK 4, DMK 2 1
Total 4120 792 1403 171 401 395 862 92 5

Presiding officers

Similar to the Presiding officers of the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha, the Legislative Assembly and the Legislative Council also have Presiding Officers. The Legislative Assembly has a Speaker and a Deputy Speaker and the Legislative Council has a Chairman and a Deputy Chairman. They are elected from among the members of the House.

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Goa
Result Status

Status Known For 40 out of 40 Constituencies
Party Won Leading Total
Bharatiya Janata Party 13 0 13
Indian National Congress 17 0 17
Nationalist Congress Party 1 0 1
Maharashtrawadi Gomantak 3 0 3
Goa Forward Party 3 0 3
Independent 3 0 3
Total 40 0 40
Partywise Vote Share

Party {Votes%,Vote Count}BJP {32.5%,297588}INC {28.4%,259758}MAG {11.3%,103290}IND {11.1%,101922}AAAP {6.3%,57420}GFP {3.5%,31900}NCP {2.3%,20916}GSM {1.2%,10745}UGP {0.9%,8563}GSRP {0.6%,5747}1/232.5%11.1%11.3%28.4%

PartyName Votes Wise(%)
BJP {32.5%,297588} 297,588
INC {28.4%,259758} 259,758
MAG {11.3%,103290} 103,290
IND {11.1%,101922} 101,922
AAAP {6.3%,57420} 57,420
GFP {3.5%,31900} 31,900
NCP {2.3%,20916} 20,916
GSM {1.2%,10745} 10,745
UGP {0.9%,8563} 8,563
GSRP {0.6%,5747} 5,747
GVP {0.6%,5379} 5,379
SHS {0.1%,792} 792
GoPrP {0.0%,451} 451
BMUP {0.0%,278} 278
CPI {0.0%,256} 256
SaJPCs {0.0%,133} 133
NGRF {0.0%,115} 115
APoI {0.0%,44} 44
NOTA {1.2%,10919} 10,919
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Manipur
Result Status

Status Known For 60 out of 60 Constituencies
Party Won Leading Total
All India Trinamool Congress 1 0 1
Bharatiya Janata Party 21 0 21
Indian National Congress 28 0 28
Naga Peoples Front 4 0 4
Lok Jan Shakti Party 1 0 1
National People’s Party 4 0 4
Independent 1 0 1
Total 60 0 60
Partywise Vote Share

Party {Votes%,Vote Count}BJP {36.3%,601527}INC {35.1%,581869}NPF {7.2%,118850}IND {5.1%,83834}NPEP {5.1%,83744}NEINDP {3.4%,56185}LJP {2.5%,42263}AITC {1.4%,23384}MNDF {1.2%,20120}NCP {1.0%,15767}1/236.3%7.2%35.1%

PartyName Votes Wise(%)
BJP {36.3%,601527} 601,527
INC {35.1%,581869} 581,869
NPF {7.2%,118850} 118,850
IND {5.1%,83834} 83,834
NPEP {5.1%,83744} 83,744
NEINDP {3.4%,56185} 56,185
LJP {2.5%,42263} 42,263
AITC {1.4%,23384} 23,384
MNDF {1.2%,20120} 20,120
NCP {1.0%,15767} 15,767
CPI {0.7%,12251} 12,251
RPI(A) {0.3%,4176} 4,176
PDA {0.2%,3044} 3,044
PRJA {0.0%,696} 696
MPEP {0.0%,531} 531
CPM {0.0%,214} 214
AIFB {0.0%,146} 146
MDPF {0.0%,113} 113
NOTA {0.5%,9062} 9,062
0/0
Punjab
Result Status

Status Known For 117 out of 117 Constituencies
Party Won Leading Total
Bharatiya Janata Party 3 0 3
Indian National Congress 77 0 77
Aam Aadmi Party 20 0 20
Shiromani Akali Dal 15 0 15
Lok Insaaf Party 2 0 2
Total 117 0 117
Partywise Vote Share

Party {Votes%,Vote Count}INC {38.5%,5945899}SAD {25.2%,3898161}AAAP {23.7%,3662…BJP {5.4%,833092}IND {2.1%,323243}BSP {1.5%,234400}LIP {1.2%,189228}SAD(M) {0.3%,49260}APPA {0.2%,37476}RMPOI {0.2%,37243}1/238.5%23.7%25.2%

PartyName Votes Wise(%)
INC {38.5%,5945899} 5,945,899
SAD {25.2%,3898161} 3,898,161
AAAP {23.7%,3662665} 3,662,665
BJP {5.4%,833092} 833,092
IND {2.1%,323243} 323,243
BSP {1.5%,234400} 234,400
LIP {1.2%,189228} 189,228
SAD(M) {0.3%,49260} 49,260
APPA {0.2%,37476} 37,476
RMPOI {0.2%,37243} 37,243
CPI {0.2%,34074} 34,074
CPM {0.1%,10901} 10,901
AITC {0.1%,10587} 10,587
DEMSWP {0.1%,9931} 9,931
CPI(ML)(L) {0.1%,9616} 9,616
SHS {0.0%,6779} 6,779
BSP(A) {0.0%,6359} 6,359
HSS {0.0%,4033} 4,033
BMUP {0.0%,2940} 2,940
DPIN {0.0%,2920} 2,920
BDPty {0.0%,2240} 2,240
JJJKP {0.0%,1979} 1,979
NAIP {0.0%,1975} 1,975
SAKAP {0.0%,1940} 1,940
PDemP {0.0%,1663} 1,663
HINUP {0.0%,1503} 1,503
NCP {0.0%,1395} 1,395
IKL {0.0%,1003} 1,003
JKNPP {0.0%,981} 981
SLDP {0.0%,892} 892
SWAP {0.0%,856} 856
DPI {0.0%,847} 847
BRPP {0.0%,822} 822
SAPUNPA {0.0%,803} 803
IVD {0.0%,796} 796
RPI(A) {0.0%,753} 753
ABSD {0.0%,750} 750
PLP {0.0%,730} 730
IUML {0.0%,524} 524
RKSP {0.0%,509} 509
DBSP {0.0%,446} 446
BRP {0.0%,399} 399
CPIM {0.0%,376} 376
OP {0.0%,372} 372
RSP {0.0%,354} 354
KYP {0.0%,338} 338
BGTD {0.0%,245} 245
BASD {0.0%,179} 179
DCP {0.0%,177} 177
HND {0.0%,163} 163
LPSP {0.0%,92} 92
BIRK {0.0%,86} 86
NOTA {0.7%,108471} 108,471
0/0
Uttar Pradesh
Result Status

Status Known For 403 out of 403 Constituencies
Party Won Leading Total
Bahujan Samaj Party 19 0 19
Bharatiya Janata Party 312 0 312
Indian National Congress 7 0 7
Rashtriya Lok Dal 1 0 1
Samajwadi Party 47 0 47
Apna Dal (Soneylal) 9 0 9
Nirbal Indian Shoshit Hamara Aam Dal 1 0 1
Suheldev Bhartiya Samaj Party 4 0 4
Independent 3 0 3
Total 403 0 403
Partywise Vote Share

Party {Votes%,Vote Count}BJP {39.7%,344030…BSP {22.2%,192813…SP {21.8%,18923689}INC {6.2%,5416324}IND {2.6%,2229448}RLD {1.8%,1545810}ADAL {1.0%,851336}SBSP {0.7%,607911}NINSHAD {0.6%,54…PECP {0.3%,227998}1/239.7%21.8%22.2%

PartyName Votes Wise(%)
BJP {39.7%,34403039} 34,403,039
BSP {22.2%,19281352} 19,281,352
SP {21.8%,18923689} 18,923,689
INC {6.2%,5416324} 5,416,324
IND {2.6%,2229448} 2,229,448
RLD {1.8%,1545810} 1,545,810
ADAL {1.0%,851336} 851,336
SBSP {0.7%,607911} 607,911
NINSHAD {0.6%,540542} 540,542
PECP {0.3%,227998} 227,998
AIMIM {0.2%,205232} 205,232
LD {0.2%,181704} 181,704
BMUP {0.2%,152844} 152,844
CPI {0.2%,138763} 138,763
MD {0.1%,96087} 96,087
SHS {0.1%,88595} 88,595
JAM {0.1%,72537} 72,537
BSRD {0.1%,66412} 66,412
RPD {0.1%,59194} 59,194
JANADIP {0.1%,52812} 52,812
IEMC {0.1%,49860} 49,860
BSCP {0.0%,35379} 35,379
CPM {0.0%,35207} 35,207
NCP {0.0%,33494} 33,494
SARSAMP {0.0%,30485} 30,485
CPI(ML)(L) {0.0%,27916} 27,916
RKMP {0.0%,27406} 27,406
SWAJANPA {0.0%,22230} 22,230
MBCOI {0.0%,21162} 21,162
MAHAD {0.0%,20993} 20,993
PMSP {0.0%,17507} 17,507
MADP {0.0%,14803} 14,803
GGP {0.0%,12509} 12,509
RPI(A) {0.0%,12251} 12,251
SDU {0.0%,11074} 11,074
RSHP {0.0%,10947} 10,947
RSPS {0.0%,10834} 10,834
RAJAP {0.0%,10008} 10,008
ASP {0.0%,8029} 8,029
UPRP {0.0%,7782} 7,782
MwSP {0.0%,7714} 7,714
RKSP {0.0%,7522} 7,522
RASHVIP {0.0%,6866} 6,866
RTKP {0.0%,6709} 6,709
BKrD {0.0%,6569} 6,569
RSOSP {0.0%,6377} 6,377
BKRP {0.0%,5904} 5,904
PSJP {0.0%,5794} 5,794
SaJPCs {0.0%,5769} 5,769
VP {0.0%,5306} 5,306
PMhP {0.0%,5293} 5,293
SWPI {0.0%,5281} 5,281
VIP {0.0%,5182} 5,182
SSD {0.0%,5139} 5,139
LOGAP {0.0%,4896} 4,896
RsJnP {0.0%,4858} 4,858
MNVP {0.0%,4730} 4,730
RViP {0.0%,4652} 4,652
BHATARSP {0.0%,4620} 4,620
SUCI {0.0%,4452} 4,452
BHAKALP {0.0%,4270} 4,270
SABHP {0.0%,4116} 4,116
ABHM {0.0%,4095} 4,095
BaSaP {0.0%,3948} 3,948
BaSaPa {0.0%,3918} 3,918
VPI {0.0%,3903} 3,903
RMGP {0.0%,3893} 3,893
BRJ {0.0%,3843} 3,843
MHP {0.0%,3523} 3,523
JHJBP {0.0%,3490} 3,490
RJSNP {0.0%,3433} 3,433
HAPa {0.0%,3387} 3,387
RAJSPty {0.0%,3338} 3,338
JSEP {0.0%,3266} 3,266
BAWPA {0.0%,3224} 3,224
RVLP {0.0%,3147} 3,147
pps {0.0%,3122} 3,122
BBPP {0.0%,3113} 3,113
AIFB {0.0%,3104} 3,104
BAHUMP {0.0%,3030} 3,030
AkBSD {0.0%,3012} 3,012
OP {0.0%,2980} 2,980
DESP {0.0%,2928} 2,928
RBCP {0.0%,2867} 2,867
POOPEP {0.0%,2847} 2,847
LSPS {0.0%,2811} 2,811
ADUP {0.0%,2811} 2,811
RAJADP {0.0%,2787} 2,787
JPS {0.0%,2783} 2,783
ASaP {0.0%,2757} 2,757
shsap {0.0%,2749} 2,749
JaSSP {0.0%,2708} 2,708
PGSP {0.0%,2706} 2,706
MHD {0.0%,2691} 2,691
AZAD {0.0%,2672} 2,672
FJP {0.0%,2667} 2,667
jhspt {0.0%,2590} 2,590
RPI {0.0%,2561} 2,561
GKP {0.0%,2552} 2,552
SSAD {0.0%,2458} 2,458
BHIP {0.0%,2441} 2,441
SSKP {0.0%,2421} 2,421
ASSP {0.0%,2361} 2,361
AVIRP {0.0%,2345} 2,345
RshJP {0.0%,2238} 2,238
BLSP {0.0%,2229} 2,229
ADPT {0.0%,2136} 2,136
SP(I) {0.0%,2064} 2,064
SKLP {0.0%,2063} 2,063
RtrJP {0.0%,2053} 2,053
SaSPa {0.0%,2043} 2,043
JRPa {0.0%,2035} 2,035
PDD {0.0%,2031} 2,031
NaLP {0.0%,1977} 1,977
BDPty {0.0%,1911} 1,911
ManKP {0.0%,1832} 1,832
rpsn {0.0%,1832} 1,832
ISSP {0.0%,1827} 1,827
SAMSAMPA {0.0%,1781} 1,781
AaSamP {0.0%,1780} 1,780
BHABHAPA {0.0%,1727} 1,727
MAHISAP {0.0%,1719} 1,719
BSD {0.0%,1674} 1,674
YVP {0.0%,1640} 1,640
BMF {0.0%,1639} 1,639
ADHIKAR {0.0%,1635} 1,635
AIPF {0.0%,1631} 1,631
BaHaP {0.0%,1586} 1,586
JAPL {0.0%,1564} 1,564
ADRSP {0.0%,1541} 1,541
AABHAP {0.0%,1536} 1,536
RrSP {0.0%,1520} 1,520
PSWAM {0.0%,1489} 1,489
BhaSP {0.0%,1475} 1,475
APoI {0.0%,1445} 1,445
MaKDL {0.0%,1431} 1,431
BIRK {0.0%,1427} 1,427
KTKD {0.0%,1406} 1,406
AACP {0.0%,1404} 1,404
NAP {0.0%,1378} 1,378
NYP {0.0%,1356} 1,356
SARP {0.0%,1345} 1,345
KiSP {0.0%,1300} 1,300
MNDP {0.0%,1283} 1,283
SWAP {0.0%,1249} 1,249
BJKD {0.0%,1244} 1,244
AIPJSP {0.0%,1237} 1,237
PBI {0.0%,1230} 1,230
RsAD {0.0%,1203} 1,203
BDSAP {0.0%,1166} 1,166
KSJP {0.0%,1162} 1,162
HND {0.0%,1154} 1,154
BKS {0.0%,1143} 1,143
KMBS {0.0%,1138} 1,138
BCB {0.0%,1135} 1,135
SATSHIP {0.0%,1129} 1,129
bmd {0.0%,1104} 1,104
NEP {0.0%,1099} 1,099
BaVaP {0.0%,1098} 1,098
RJAP {0.0%,1095} 1,095
IUML {0.0%,1091} 1,091
RtJP {0.0%,1086} 1,086
AAMJP {0.0%,1080} 1,080
RUC {0.0%,1069} 1,069
ABVCP {0.0%,1049} 1,049
RAJP {0.0%,1022} 1,022
JANJAN {0.0%,1005} 1,005
BEP {0.0%,1003} 1,003
AD {0.0%,994} 994
BKJP {0.0%,979} 979
MaJP {0.0%,959} 959
BRPI {0.0%,952} 952
VKP {0.0%,926} 926
AYP {0.0%,908} 908
ALHP {0.0%,908} 908
PuPP {0.0%,907} 907
BJBCD {0.0%,904} 904
AdVP {0.0%,899} 899
RSD {0.0%,889} 889
ABHASP {0.0%,879} 879
BHASAP {0.0%,857} 857
BRABSVP {0.0%,857} 857
SaDa {0.0%,856} 856
JANKP {0.0%,854} 854
SATKP {0.0%,850} 850
RMEP {0.0%,802} 802
HJ {0.0%,793} 793
RLrP {0.0%,792} 792
SaSaP {0.0%,787} 787
LPI(V) {0.0%,781} 781
NJaP {0.0%,778} 778
HuSP {0.0%,778} 778
BNavP {0.0%,774} 774
JaSD {0.0%,768} 768
SHSP {0.0%,746} 746
JSK {0.0%,723} 723
EKSP {0.0%,712} 712
BMtP {0.0%,704} 704
RVMP {0.0%,691} 691
PPI {0.0%,687} 687
RPDl {0.0%,677} 677
BUNKD {0.0%,672} 672
SASEP {0.0%,668} 668
FDDP {0.0%,667} 667
MOP {0.0%,657} 657
BSP(K) {0.0%,647} 647
BHAJSP {0.0%,642} 642
HINUP {0.0%,626} 626
RaCP {0.0%,620} 620
BHASSS {0.0%,609} 609
AKSP {0.0%,603} 603
PAJD {0.0%,590} 590
NAVSAD {0.0%,588} 588
LEP {0.0%,583} 583
BHSVP {0.0%,581} 581
AIJCP {0.0%,576} 576
JSP {0.0%,571} 571
IVD {0.0%,568} 568
HCP {0.0%,568} 568
AMKP {0.0%,560} 560
AAPA {0.0%,550} 550
ABJS {0.0%,544} 544
BHANYD {0.0%,544} 544
BHKRDL {0.0%,537} 537
RGD {0.0%,523} 523
RasJM {0.0%,519} 519
ANC {0.0%,519} 519
SSSP {0.0%,508} 508
BHAIP {0.0%,489} 489
PLM {0.0%,488} 488
MANBP {0.0%,486} 486
ABSKP {0.0%,486} 486
ALD {0.0%,484} 484
RaLoPa {0.0%,473} 473
RKIVP {0.0%,464} 464
BSKD {0.0%,452} 452
SURSAP {0.0%,452} 452
KYP {0.0%,451} 451
NSPI {0.0%,451} 451
LPSP {0.0%,449} 449
NADEF {0.0%,449} 449
SANVP {0.0%,438} 438
JUSTIP {0.0%,435} 435
BSNPty {0.0%,433} 433
ARK {0.0%,433} 433
RVNP {0.0%,429} 429
MaNPa {0.0%,424} 424
IPH {0.0%,410} 410
KMSUP {0.0%,405} 405
LOMP {0.0%,395} 395
PSAVKP {0.0%,395} 395
AIMF {0.0%,375} 375
SWJP {0.0%,366} 366
bjdi {0.0%,365} 365
RSMD {0.0%,361} 361
HKRD {0.0%,355} 355
BaJD {0.0%,349} 349
UDFS {0.0%,342} 342
BHANVIP {0.0%,341} 341
DNP {0.0%,341} 341
GEkP {0.0%,329} 329
SaPP {0.0%,329} 329
NAPt {0.0%,319} 319
NDPF {0.0%,294} 294
BKSL {0.0%,292} 292
BJD(T) {0.0%,285} 285
AwVP {0.0%,280} 280
RtSJP {0.0%,279} 279
RSP(S) {0.0%,263} 263
UKKD {0.0%,259} 259
kajp {0.0%,258} 258
AJPR {0.0%,250} 250
RJBVP {0.0%,238} 238
BJS {0.0%,234} 234
NASHMBP {0.0%,233} 233
BKPP {0.0%,218} 218
SSCP {0.0%,216} 216
NPPS {0.0%,215} 215
RAC {0.0%,211} 211
JSVP {0.0%,210} 210
SASEPA {0.0%,208} 208
BNIP {0.0%,204} 204
RPIE {0.0%,202} 202
MKUP {0.0%,200} 200
HDVP {0.0%,200} 200
hjc {0.0%,183} 183
LSWP {0.0%,183} 183
BJVP {0.0%,182} 182
makm {0.0%,178} 178
BLokSP {0.0%,177} 177
NaAP {0.0%,171} 171
BRKD {0.0%,154} 154
LRAP {0.0%,151} 151
UNP {0.0%,146} 146
SamAP {0.0%,137} 137
PUPVP {0.0%,130} 130
aicp {0.0%,128} 128
RMJP {0.0%,125} 125
BPA {0.0%,120} 120
NLIP {0.0%,117} 117
MaSPa {0.0%,104} 104
RaIP {0.0%,91} 91
RaBaP {0.0%,63} 63
NOTA {0.9%,757643} 757,643
0/0
Uttarakhand
Result Status

Status Known For 70 out of 70 Constituencies
Party Won Leading Total
Bharatiya Janata Party 56 1 57
Indian National Congress 11 0 11
Independent 2 0 2
Total 69 1 70
Partywise Vote Share

Party {Votes%,Vote Count}BJP {46.5%,2312912}INC {33.5%,1665664}IND {10.0%,499625}BSP {7.0%,347507}UKKD {0.7%,37039}SP {0.4%,18202}NOTA {1.0%,50408}Other46.5%7%10%33.5%

PartyName Votes Wise(%)
BJP {46.5%,2312912} 2,312,912
INC {33.5%,1665664} 1,665,664
IND {10.0%,499625} 499,625
BSP {7.0%,347507} 347,507
UKKD {0.7%,37039} 37,039
SP {0.4%,18202} 18,202
IBusP {0.1%,6245} 6,245
RLD {0.1%,4808} 4,808
CPI {0.1%,4106} 4,106
CPM {0.1%,3893} 3,893
UPP {0.1%,3068} 3,068
UKDD {0.1%,2660} 2,660
CPI(ML)(L) {0.0%,2124} 2,124
SHS {0.0%,1781} 1,781
UtRM {0.0%,1609} 1,609
SaSP {0.0%,1543} 1,543
SAVIPA {0.0%,1384} 1,384
HAMJANPA {0.0%,1308} 1,308
PRAJAPA {0.0%,1195} 1,195
BASD {0.0%,958} 958
PECP {0.0%,767} 767
BaSaPa {0.0%,720} 720
BKLJP {0.0%,503} 503
BMUP {0.0%,502} 502
NCP {0.0%,500} 500
LSPS {0.0%,460} 460
RJSD {0.0%,412} 412
RaAP {0.0%,383} 383
BSRD {0.0%,283} 283
AIFB {0.0%,197} 197
bkdl {0.0%,149} 149
AVIRP {0.0%,125} 125
raup {0.0%,123} 123
BMF {0.0%,96} 96
PEPART {0.0%,72} 72
NOTA {1.0%,50408} 50,408
Other
Last Updated at 20:36 On 11/03/2017
 

Source-Election  Commission of India

AAAP {23.7%,3662665}
BJP {39.7%,34403039}
BSP {22.2%,19281352}
NINSHAD {0.6%,540542}

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