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UP ASSEMBLY ELECTION 2022: CONSTITUENCIES

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The 2022 Uttar Pradesh assembly elections have been termed as the semi-final to the 2024 Lok Sabha polls. The state has 403 assembly constituencies in total. In 2017 UP polls, the BJP won over 300 seats despite not announcing a CM candidate. This time, Yogi Adityanath was declared the chief minister with Prime Minister Narendra Modi repeatedly emphasising on double engine government during his poll campaign. see more

India's most populous state has over 15 crore voters. Polling started in UP with the 58 districts of the Jat-dominated western belt on February 10. The seventh and final phase took place on March 7. The voting for all the assembly constituencies - spread across 75 districts - has been divided in seven phases.

Yogi Adityanath contested his first Assembly polls from his stronghold Gorakhpur, his key challenger Akhilesh Yadav too contested his first election from Samajwadi stronghold Mainpuri's Karhal. Noida, Kairana, Muzaffarnagar, Baghpat, Ayodhya and Mathura are some of the constituencies that headlined the UP assembly elections 2022.

UP assembly polls results were declared on March 10.

All Constituencies (403)

  1. Agra Cantt.
  2. Agra North
  3. Agra Rural
  4. Agra South
  5. Ajagara
  6. Akbarpur
  7. Akbarpur - Raniya
  8. Alapur
  9. Aliganj
  10. Aligarh
  11. Allahabad North
  12. Allahabad South
  13. Allahabad West
  14. Amanpur
  15. Amethi
  16. Amritpur
  17. Amroha
  18. Anupshahr
  19. Aonla
  20. Arya Nagar
  21. Asmoli
  22. Atrauli
  23. Atrauliya
  24. Aurai
  25. Auraiya
  26. Ayah Shah
  27. Ayodhya
  28. Azamgarh
  29. Babaganj
  30. Baberu
  31. Babina
  32. Bachhrawan
  33. Badaun
  34. Badlapur
  35. Baghpat
  36. Bah
  37. Baheri
  38. Bahraich
  39. Bairia
  40. Bakshi Kaa Talab
  41. Balamau
  42. Baldev
  43. Balha (S.C.)
  44. Ballia Nagar
  45. Balrampur
  46. Banda
  47. Bangermau
  48. Bansdih
  49. Bansgaon
  50. Bansi
  51. Bara
  52. Barabanki
  53. Barauli
  54. Baraut
  55. Bareilly
  56. Bareilly Cantt.
  57. Barhaj
  58. Barhapur
  59. Barkhera
  60. Basti Sadar
  61. Behat
  62. Belthara Road
  63. Bhadohi
  64. Bhagwantnagar
  65. Bharthana
  66. Bhatpar Rani
  67. Bhinga
  68. Bhognipur
  69. Bhojipura
  70. Bhojpur
  71. Bhongaon
  72. Bidhuna
  73. Bijnor
  74. Bikapur
  75. Bilari
  76. Bilaspur
  77. Bilgram-Mallanwan
  78. Bilhaur
  79. Bilsi
  80. Bindki
  81. Bisalpur
  82. Bisauli
  83. Biswan
  84. Bithari Chainpur
  85. Bithoor
  86. Budhana
  87. Bulandshahr
  88. Caimpiyarganj
  89. Chail
  90. Chakia
  91. Chamraua
  92. Chandausi
  93. Chandpur
  94. Charkhari
  95. Charthawal
  96. Chauri-Chaura
  97. Chhanbey
  98. Chhaprauli
  99. Chharra
  100. Chhata
  101. Chhibramau
  102. Chillupar
  103. Chitrakoot
  104. Chunar
  105. Colonelganj
  106. Dadraul
  107. Dadri
  108. Dariyabad
  109. Dataganj
  110. Debai
  111. Deoband
  112. Deoria
  113. Dhampur
  114. Dhanaura
  115. Dhanghata
  116. Dhaurahra
  117. Dholana
  118. Dibiyapur
  119. Didarganj
  120. Doomariyaganj
  121. Duddhi
  122. Etah
  123. Etawah
  124. Etmadpur
  125. Faridpur
  126. Farrukhabad
  127. Fatehabad
  128. Fatehpur
  129. Fatehpur Sikri
  130. Fazilnagar
  131. Firozabad
  132. Gainsari
  133. Gangoh
  134. Garautha
  135. Garhmukteshwar
  136. Gaura
  137. Gauriganj
  138. Ghatampur
  139. Ghaziabad
  140. Ghazipur
  141. Ghorawal
  142. Ghosi
  143. Gola Gokrannath
  144. Gonda
  145. Gopalpur
  146. Gopamau
  147. Gorakhpur Rural
  148. Gorakhpur Urban
  149. Goshainganj
  150. Goverdhan
  151. Govindnagar
  152. Gunnaur
  153. Gyanpur
  154. Haidergarh
  155. Hamirpur
  156. Handia
  157. Hapur
  158. Harchandpur
  159. Hardoi
  160. Hargaon
  161. Harraiya
  162. Hasanpur
  163. Hastinapur
  164. Hata
  165. Hathras
  166. Husainganj
  167. Iglas
  168. Isauli
  169. Itwa
  170. Jagdishpur
  171. Jahanabad
  172. Jakhanian
  173. Jalalabad
  174. Jalalpur
  175. Jalesar
  176. Jangipur
  177. Jasrana
  178. Jaswantnagar
  179. Jaunpur
  180. Jewar
  181. Jhansi Nagar
  182. Kadipur
  183. Kaimganj
  184. Kairana
  185. Kaiserganj
  186. Kalpi
  187. Kalyanpur
  188. Kannauj
  189. Kanpur Cantt.
  190. Kanth
  191. Kapilvastu
  192. Kaptanganj
  193. Karachhana
  194. Karhal
  195. Kasganj
  196. Kasta
  197. Katehari
  198. Katra
  199. Katra Bazar
  200. Kerakat S.C.
  201. Khadda
  202. Khaga
  203. Khair
  204. Khajani
  205. Khalilabad
  206. Khatauli
  207. Kheragarh
  208. Khurja
  209. Kidwai Nagar
  210. Kishani (SC)
  211. Kithore
  212. Koil
  213. Koraon
  214. Kunda
  215. Kundarki
  216. Kursi
  217. Kushinagar
  218. Laharpur
  219. Lakhimpur
  220. Lalganj
  221. Lalitpur
  222. Lambhua
  223. Loni
  224. Lucknow Cantt.
  225. Lucknow Central
  226. Lucknow East
  227. Lucknow North
  228. Lucknow West
  229. Machhlishahr S.C.
  230. Madhaugarh
  231. Madhuban
  232. Mahadewa S.C
  233. Maharajganj
  234. Maharajpur
  235. Mahasi
  236. Mahmoodabad
  237. Mahoba
  238. Maholi
  239. Mainpuri
  240. Majhawan
  241. Malhani
  242. Malihabad
  243. Manikpur
  244. Manjhanpur
  245. Mankapur
  246. Mant
  247. Marhara
  248. Marihan
  249. Mariyahu
  250. Matera
  251. Mathura
  252. Mau
  253. Mauranipur
  254. Meerapur
  255. Meerganj
  256. Meerut
  257. Meerut Cantt.
  258. Meerut South
  259. Mehnagar
  260. Mehnaun
  261. Mehroni
  262. Meja
  263. Menhdawal
  264. Milak
  265. Milkipur
  266. Mirzapur
  267. Misrikh
  268. Modi Nagar
  269. Mohammadabad
  270. Mohammdi
  271. Mohan
  272. Mohanlalganj
  273. Moradabad Nagar
  274. Moradabad Rural
  275. Mubarakpur
  276. Mughalsarai
  277. Muhammadabad- Gohna (SC)
  278. Mungra Badshahpur
  279. Muradnagar
  280. Muzaffar Nagar
  281. Nagina
  282. Najibabad
  283. Nakur
  284. Nanpara
  285. Naraini
  286. Naugawan Sadat
  287. Nautanwa
  288. Nawabganj
  289. Nehtaur
  290. Nighasan
  291. Nizamabad
  292. Noida
  293. Noorpur
  294. Obra
  295. Orai
  296. Padrauna
  297. Palia
  298. Paniyara
  299. Pathardeva
  300. Patiyali
  301. Patti
  302. Payagpur
  303. Phaphamau
  304. Pharenda
  305. Phephana
  306. Phoolpur Pawai
  307. Phulpur
  308. Pilibhit
  309. Pindra
  310. Pipraich
  311. Powayan
  312. Pratapgarh
  313. Pratappur
  314. Puranpur
  315. Purqazi
  316. Purwa
  317. Rae Bareli
  318. Ramkola
  319. Ram Nagar
  320. Rampur
  321. Rampur Karkhana
  322. Rampur Khas
  323. Rampur Maniharan
  324. Raniganj
  325. Rasara
  326. Rasulabad
  327. Rath
  328. Robertsganj
  329. Rohaniya
  330. Rudauli
  331. Rudhauli
  332. Rudrapur
  333. Sadabad
  334. Sadar
  335. Safipur
  336. Sagri
  337. Sahajanwa
  338. Saharanpur
  339. Saharanpur Nagar
  340. Sahaswan
  341. Sahibabad
  342. Saidpur
  343. Saiyadraja
  344. Sakaldiha
  345. Salempur
  346. Salon
  347. Sambhal
  348. Sandi
  349. Sandila
  350. Sardhana
  351. Sareni
  352. Sarojini Nagar
  353. Sawaijpur
  354. Sevapuri
  355. Sevata
  356. Shahabad
  357. Shahganj
  358. Shahjahanpur
  359. Shamli
  360. Shekhupur
  361. Shikarpur
  362. Shikohabad
  363. Shivpur
  364. Shohratgarh
  365. Shrawasti
  366. Sidhauli
  367. Sikanderpur
  368. Sikandra
  369. Sikandrabad
  370. Sikandra Rao
  371. Sirathu
  372. Sirsaganj
  373. Sishamau
  374. Siswa
  375. Sitapur
  376. Siwalkhas
  377. Soraon
  378. Sri Nagar
  379. Suar
  380. Sultanpur
  381. Syana
  382. Tamkuhi Raj
  383. Tanda
  384. Tarabganj
  385. Thakurdwara
  386. Thana Bhawan
  387. Tilhar
  388. Tiloi
  389. Tindwari
  390. Tirwa
  391. Tulsipur
  392. Tundla
  393. Unchahar
  394. Unnao
  395. Utraula
  396. Varanasi Cantt.
  397. Varanasi North
  398. Varanasi South
  399. Vishwanathganj
  400. Zafrabad
  401. Zahoorabad
  402. Zaidpur
  403. Zamania
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