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Uttar Pradesh Legislature (Vidhan Bhawan)

Vidhan Bhawan (Hindi: विधान भवन) is located in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India. The state is one of the few in the country which has a bicameral legislature also called Vidhan Bhavan with two houses -the lower and the upper. The lower house is the Vidhan Sabha or the State Legislative Assembly and the upper house is called the Vidhan Parishad or the State Legislative council. The Vidhan Sabha had 431 members till 1967, but now the Vidhan Sabha consists of 403 directly elected members and one nominated member from the Anglo-Indian community. The Vidhan Parishad has 100 members.

Vidhan Bhawan
विधान भवन
Seal of Uttar Pradesh.png
Uttar Pradesh
Government Seal
Vidhan Sabha Lucknow.jpg
Vidhan Bhawan building in Lucknow.
Uttar Pradesh Legislature (Vidhan Bhawan) is located in Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh Legislature (Vidhan Bhawan)
Uttar Pradesh Legislature (Vidhan Bhawan) is located in India
Uttar Pradesh Legislature (Vidhan Bhawan)
Vidhan Bhawan location
Alternative names Council House ()
Vidhan Sabha Bhawan
Assembly House
Etymology Vidhan Sabha of U.P.
General information
Status Complete
Type Uttar Pradesh Legislature
Architectural style Indo-European architecture
Address Vidhan Sabha Marg,
Hazratganj, Lucknow
Uttar Pradesh. 226001
Town or city Lucknow
Country India
Coordinates 26°52′14″N 80°57′55″E / 26.870649°N 80.965277°E / 26.870649; 80.965277
Elevation 114 meters
Current tenants Legislative Assembly
& Legislative Council
Named for Uttar Pradesh Vidhan Sabha
Groundbreaking 15 December 1922
Construction started 15 December 1922
Inaugurated 21 February 1928
Cost 21 lakh (US$33,000)
(in 1922)
Owner Uttar Pradesh Government
Landlord Uttar Pradesh Government
Technical details
Material Sandstone
Design and construction
Architect Samuel Swinton Jacob
and Heera Singh
Quantity surveyor Harcourt Butler
Main contractor Messrs Martin and Co
Renovating team
Architect A.L. Mortimer
Renovating firm Messrs Ford and Macdonald

Built in 1928, the building was originally called the "Council House" and holds sitting of the legislature of the state of Uttar Pradesh since 1937 along with housing other important offices of Uttar Pradesh Government.[1][2][3]

Contents

HistoryEdit

In early 20th century, the capital of the state of Uttar Pradesh was Allahabad; a decision was taken in 1922 to move the capital to Lucknow and to construct a building there to house the Assembly Constituency. On 15 December 1922, then Governor of Uttar Pradesh, Spencer Harcourt Butler laid the foundation of the Vidhan Bhawan.[4] The building was designed by Samuel Swinton Jacob and Heera Singh; Singh also drew up the blueprint of the building. Butler subsequently monitored the construction of the building.[5] The building was completed in little over five years at a cost of 21 lakh (US$33,000) (1922 cost not adjusted for inflation) and was inaugurated on 21 February 1928.[5][4][1]

BuildingEdit

Construction of Vidhan Bhawan started 15 December 1922 and took little over five years to complete. The building is made of carved light brown sandstone from Mirzapur. Many of the inside halls, galleries and verandas are built of marble from Agra and Jaipur. Circular marble staircases run on both sides of the entrance hall and the walls of the staircases are embellished with paintings. The main chamber of the building is octagonal in shape with circular and dome shaped roof. To house the upper house, construction of the new chamber commenced in 1935 and was completed in 1937. The buildings of both houses (upper & lower) are connected by veranda with offices on both sides.[5][1]

The sitting of Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly is held in the older wing (constructed in 1928) whereas the sittings of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council are held in the new wing of the building (constructed in 1937).[5][1]

Composition of Uttar Pradesh Legislature (Vidhan Bhawan)Edit

Articles 168 to 212 in Part VI of the constitution of India deal with the organisation, composition, duration, officers, procedures, privileges, powers and so on of the state legislature. The Uttar Pradesh Legislature (Vidhan Bhavan) consists of two houses called the Vidhan Sabha and the Vidhan Parishad with the Governor of Uttar Pradesh acting as their head.

Governor of Uttar PradeshEdit

Main Article : Governor of Uttar Pradesh

Articles 153 to 167 in Part VI of the constitution of India deal with the state executive. The state executive consists of the governor, the chief minister, council of ministers and the advocate general of the state. The Governor is the chief executive head of the state. The governor also acts as the agent of the center.

Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha)Edit

Main Article : Vidhan Sabha

The Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly (Hindi: उत्तर प्रदेश विधान सभा) is the lower house of the bicameral legislature (or say Vidhan Sabha is the lower house of Vidhan Bhavan) of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It has a total of 403 members excluding one Anglo-Indian member who is nominated by the Governor. Till 1967, it had a strength of 431 members including one nominated Anglo-Indian member. According to the recommendation of the Delimitation Commission, which is appointed after every Census, it was revised to 426. After reorganization of the State on 9 November 2000, the strength of the Legislative Assembly has become 404 including one nominated member to represent the Anglo-Indian community. The Term of the Vidhan Sabha is five years unless dissolved earlier. The election is held on the principle of "one adult one vote".

TermsEdit

Every five years new election is done. And new assembly is elected by the people of Uttar Pradesh.

Terms Since 1952
Vidhan Sabha Constitution Dissolution Days
1st 20 May 1952 31 March 1957 1,776
2nd 1 April 1957 6 March 1962 1,800
3rd 7 March 1962 9 March 1967 1,828
4th 10 March 1967 15 April 1968 402
5th 26 February 1969 4 March 1974 1,832
6th 4 March 1974 30 April 1977 1,153
7th 23 June 1977 17 February 1980 969
8th 9 June 1980 10 March 1985 1,735
9th 10 March 1985 29 November 1989 1,725
10th 2 December 1989 4 April 1991 488
11th 22 June 1991 6 December 1992 533
12th 4 December 1993 28 October 1995 693
13th 17 October 1996 7 March 2002 1,967
14th 26 February 2002 13 May 2007 1,902
15th 13 May 2007 9 March 2012 1,762
16th 8 March 2012 11 March 2017 1,829

ConstituenciesEdit

There are total 403 constituencies given below in the table.

403 Constituencies of UP Legislative Assembly
Agra Cantt. (SC)
Agra North
Agra Rural (SC)
Agra South
Ajagara (SC)
Akbarpur
Akbarpur
Alapur (SC)
Aliganj
Aligarh
Allahabad North
Allahabad South
Allahabad West
Amanpur
Amethi
Amritpur
Amroha
Anupshahr
Aonla
Arya Nagar
Asmoli
Atrauli
Atrauliya
Aurai (SC)
Auraiya
Ayah Shah
Ayodhya
Azamgarh
Babaganj (SC)
Baberu
Babina
Bachhrawan (SC)
Badaun
Badlapur
Baghpat
Bah
Baheri
Bahraich
Bairia
Bakshi Kaa Talab
Balamau (SC)
Baldev (SC)
Balha (SC)
Ballia Nagar
Balrampur (SC)
Banda
Bangermau
Bansdih
Bansgaon (SC)
Bansi
Bara (SC)
Barabanki
Barauli
Baraut
Bareilly
Bareilly Cantt
Barhaj
Barhapur
Barkhera
Basti Sadar
Behat
Belthara Road (SC)
Bhadohi
Bhagwantnagar
Bharthana (SC)
Bhatpar Rani
Bhinga
Bhognipur
Bhojipura
Bhojpur
Bhongaon
Bidhuna
Bijnor
Bikapur
Bilari
Bilaspur
Bilgram
Bilhaur (SC)
Bilsi
Bindki
Bisalpur
Bisauli (SC)
Biswan
Bithari Chainpur
Bithoor (SC)
Budhana
Bulandshahr
Caimpiyarganj
Chail
Chakia (SC)
Chamraua
Chandausi (SC)
Chandpur
Charkhari
Charthawal
Chauri
Chhanbey (SC)
Chhaprauli
Chharra
Chhata
Chhibramau
Chillupar
Chitrakoot
Chunar
Colonelganj
Dadraul
Dadri
Dariyabad
Dataganj
Debai
Deoband
Deoria
Dhampur
Dhanaura (SC)
Dhanghata (SC)
DHAURAHRA
Dholana
Dibiyapur
Didarganj
Doomariyaganj
Duddhi (SC)
Etah
Etawah
Etmadpur
Faridpur (SC)
Farrukhabad
Fatehabad
Fatehpur
Fatehpur Sikri
Fazilnagar
Firozabad
Gainsari
Gangoh
Garautha
Garhmukteshwar
Gaura
Gauriganj
Ghatampur (SC)
Ghaziabad
Ghazipur
Ghorawal
Ghosi
GOLA GOKRANNA
Gonda
Gopalpur
Gopamau (SC)
Gorakhpur Rural
Gorakhpur Urban
Goshainganj
Goverdhan
Govindnagar
Gunnaur
Gyanpur
Haidergarh (SC)
Hamirpur
Handia
Hapur (SC)
Harchandpur
Hardoi
Hargaon (SC)
Harraiya
Hasanpur
Hastinapur (SC)
Hata
Hathras (SC)
Husainganj
Iglas (SC)
Isauli
Itwa
Jagdishpur (SC)
Jahanabad
Jakhanian (SC)
Jalalabad
Jalalpur
Jalesar (SC)
Jangipur
Jasrana
Jaswantnagar
Jaunpur
Jewar
Jhansi Nagar
Kadipur (SC)
Kaimganj
Kairana
Kaiserganj
Kalpi
Kalyanpur
Kannauj (SC)
Kanpur Cantt.
Kanth
Kapilvastu (SC)
Kaptanganj
Karachhana
Karhal
Kasganj
KASTA (SC)
Katehari
Katra
Katra Bazar
Kerakat S.C. (SC)
Khadda
Khaga
Khair (SC)
Khajani (SC)
Khalilabad
Khatauli
Kheragarh
Khurja (SC)
KIDWAI NAGAR
Kishani (SC)
Kithore
Koil
Koraon (SC)
Kunda
Kundarki
Kursi
Kushinagar
Laharpur
LAKHIMPUR
Lalganj (SC)
Lalitpur
Lambhua
Loni
Lucknow Cantt.
Lucknow Central
Lucknow East
Lucknow North
Lucknow West
Machhlishahr S.C.
Madhaugarh
Madhuban
Mahadewa
Maharajganj (SC)
Maharajpur
Mahasi
Mahmoodabad
Mahoba
Maholi
Mainpuri
Majhawan
Malhani
Malihabad (SC)
Manikpur
Manjhanpur (SC)
Mankapur (SC)
Mant
Marhara
Marihan
Mariyahu
Matera
Mathura
Mau
Mauranipur (SC)
Meerapur
Meerganj
Meerut
Meerut Cantt.
Meerut South
Mehnagar (SC)
Mehnaun
Mehroni (SC)
Meja
Menhdawal
Milak (SC)
Milkipur (SC)
Mirzapur
Misrikh (SC)
Modi Nagar
Mohammadabad
MOHAMMDI
Mohan
Mohanlalganj (SC)
Moradabad Nagar
Moradabad Rural
Mubarakpur
Mughalsarai
Muhammadabad
Mungra Badshahpu
Muradnagar
Muzaffar Nagar
Nagina (SC)
Najibabad
Nakur
Nanpara
Naraini (SC)
Naugawan Sadat
Nautanwa
Nawabganj
Nehtaur (SC)
NIGHASAN
Nizamabad
Noida
Noorpur
Obra
Orai (SC)
Padrauna
PALIA
Paniyara
Pathardeva
Patiyali
Patti
Payagpur
Phaphamau
Pharenda
Phephana
Phoolpur Pawai
Phulpur
Pilibhit
Pindra
Pipraich
Powayan (SC)
Pratapgarh
Pratappur
Puranpur (SC)
Purqazi (SC)
Purwa
Rae Bareli
Ram Nagar
Ramkola (SC)
Rampur
Rampur Karkhana
Rampur Khas
Rampur Maniharan
Raniganj
Rasara
Rasulabad (SC)
Rath (SC)
Robertsganj
Rohaniya
Rudauli
Rudhauli
Rudrapur (SC)
Sadabad
Sadar
Safipur (SC)
Sagri (SC)
Sahajanwa
Saharanpur
Saharanpur Nagar
Sahaswan
Sahibabad
Saidpur (SC)
Saiyadraja
Sakaldiha
Salempur (SC)
Salon (SC)
Sambhal
Sandi (SC)
Sandila
Sardhana
Sareni
Sarojini Nagar
Sawaijpur
Sevapuri
Sevata
Shahabad
Shahganj
Shahjahanpur
Shamli
Shekhupur
Shikarpur
Shikohabad
Shivpur
Shohratgarh
Shrawasti
Sidhauli (SC)
Sikanderpur
Sikandra
Sikandra Rao
Sikandrabad
Sirathu
Sirsaganj
Sishamau
Siswa
Sitapur
Siwalkhas
Soraon (SC)
SRI NAGAR (SC)
Suar
Sultanpur
Syana
Tamkuhi Raj
Tanda
Tarabganj
Thakurdwara
Thana Bhawan
Tilhar
Tiloi
Tindwari
Tirwa
Tulsipur
Tundla (SC)
Unchahar
Unnao (SC)
Utraula
Varanasi Cantt.
Varanasi North
Varanasi South
Vishwanathganj
Zafrabad
Zahoorabad
Zaidpur (SC)
Zamania

Election ResultsEdit

Election is held at every five year if not dissolved earlier. Below is the list of 17 elections held in years with the respective number of seats or constituencies.

Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Election Result.[6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19][20]
Party Years
2017 2012 2007 2002 1996 1993 1991 1989 1985 1980 1977 1974 1969 1967 1962 1957 1951
Apna Dal (Soneylal) 9 1 3
Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha (HMS) 1 1 1 1
Akhil Bhartiya Lok Tantrik Congress (ABLTC) 1 2
Akhil Bharatiya Ram Rajya Parishad (RRP) 1
Akhil Bhartiya Shivsena – Rashtrawadi (SHS) 1
All India Bhartiya Jan Sangh (BJS) 17 2
All India Indira Congress (TIWARI) AIIC(T) 4
Bharatiya Jan Sangh (BJS) 61 49 98
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) 19 80 206 98 67 67 12 13
Bahujan Kranti Dal (BKD) 8 106 98
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) 312 47 51 88 174 177 221 57 16 11
Communist Party of India (CPI) 1 3 4 6 6 7 9 16 80 13 14 9
Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPM) 2 4 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 1
Hindu Maha Sabha (HMS) 1 2
Indian National Congress (INC) 7 28 22 25 33 28 46 94 269 309 47 215 211 199 249 286 388
Indian National Congress (INC) (Organisation) 10
Indian National Congress (INC) (U) 13
Indian Congress (J) (ICJ) 5
Ittehad-E-Millait Council (IEMC) 1
Jan Morcha (JM) 1
Janata Dal (JD) 7 27 92 208
Janata Dal (United) JD(U) 1 2
Janata Party (JP / JNP) 1 34 1 20 4 352
Janata Party (Secular) - Ch. Charan Singh – JNP(SC) 59
Janata Party (Secular) Raj Narain – JNP(SR) 4
Jan Sangh (JS) 49
Kisan Mazdoor Praja Party (KMPP) 1
Lok Dal (LKD) 84
Lok Dal (B) (LKD)(B) 2
Muslim League (MUL) 1
Nirbal Indian Shoshit Hamara Aam Dal 1
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) 1
National Loktantrik Party (NLP) 1
Peace Party (PECP) 4
Praja Socialist Party (PSP) 3 11 38 44
Quami Ekta Dal (QED) 2
Rashtriya Swabhimaan Party (RSBP) 1
Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) 1 9 10 14
Rashtriya Kranti Party (RTKP) 4
Rashtriya Parivartan Dal (RPD) 2 1
Republican Party of India (RPI) 1 10 8
Samajwadi Janata Party (Rashtriya) SJP(R) 1 1
Samajwadi Party (SP) 47 224 97 143 110 109
Sanghata Socialist Party 44
Socialist Party (SP) 20
Socialist Party (SOC) 5 24
Social Action Party (SAP) 2
Shoshit Samaj Dal (SSD) 1 1 1 1
Swatantra Party (SWA) 1 5 12 15
Suheldev Bhartiya Samaj Party 4
Samyukta Socialist Party (SSP) 33
Uttarakhand Kranti Dal (UKD) 1
U.P. Praja Party (UPPP) 1
U.P. Revolutionary Socialist Party (UPRSP) 1
Uttarpradesh Kisan Mazdoor Party (KMP) 1
Uttar Pradesh United Democratic Front 1
Independent (IND) 3 6 9 16 13 8 7 40 23 17 16 5 18 37 31 74 15
Total Seats 403 403 403 403 424 425 425 425 425 425 425 424 425 425 430 430 430

Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council (Vidhan Parishad)Edit

Main Article : Vidhan Parishad

The Uttar Pradesh Vidhan Parishad or the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council is the upper house of the bicameral legislature of Uttar Pradesh state in northern India. Uttar Pradesh is one of the seven states in India, where the state legislature is bicameral, comprising two houses: the Vidhan Sabha (Legislative Assembly) and the Vidhan Parishad (Legislative Council). The Vidhan Parishad is a permanent House, consisting of 100 members.

HistoryEdit

The Uttar Pradesh Vidhan Parishad came into existence by the Government of India Act of 1935. The Governor Shri Ram Naik was a part of it, as heretofore. The Legislative Council consisted of 60 members. The term of a member of the Council was nine years with one-third of its members retiring after every three years. The Houses enjoyed the right of electing their Presiding Officers known as the President. The first meeting of the Legislative Council was held on 29 July 1937. Sir Sitaram and Begum Aijaz Rasul were elected the President and the Vice-President of the Legislative Council respectively. Sir Sitaram was in office till 9 March 1949. Chandra Bhal became the next Chairman on 10 March 1949.

After the independenc and adoption of the constitution on 26 January 1950 Chandra Bhal was re-elected the Chairman of the Legislative Council and continued in office till May 5, 1958. Sri Nizamuddin was elected the Deputy Chairman of the Council on May 27, 1952. He continued in office till 1964.

Nominations and electionEdit

When, under the provisions of the Government of India Act 1935, the Legislative Council came into existence in the United Provinces, it comprised 60 members. On 26 January 1950, the total membership of the Vidhan Parishad (legislative council) of Uttar Pradesh state was increased from 60 to 72. With the Constitution (Seventh Amendment) Act 1956, the strength of the Council was enhanced to 108. After the reorganisation of Uttar Pradesh state in November 2000 and the creation of Uttarakhand state, this strength has now reduced to 100. The present composition of the Vidhan Parishad is as follows:

  • 10 members are nominated by the governor of Uttar Pradesh.
  • 38 members are elected by the Uttar Pradesh Vidhan Sabha members.
  • 36 members are elected by the Local bodies.
  • 8 members are elected by the teachers.
  • 8 members are elected by the graduates.

TermEdit

Members are now elected or nominated for six years and one-third of them retire every second year. The presiding officers of Vidhan Parishad are now known as Chairman and Deputy Chairman. mr.Ramesh Yadav is a Chairman of this house at a time

Constituencies and membersEdit

The following are the constituencies of the Uttar Pradesh Vidhan Parishad:[21]

Graduates' constituencies (8)
# Constituency Member Political Party Term
1 Bareilly-Moradabad Division Graduates Dr. Jai Pal Singh (Vyast) BJP Feb 2017- Nov 2022 [22]
2 Lucknow Division Graduates Kanti Singh Independent May 2014 - May 2020
3 Gorakhpur-Faizabad Division Graduates Devendra Pratap Singh BJP Feb 2017 - Nov 2022
4 Varanasi Division Graduates Kedar Nath Singh BJP May 2014 - May 2020
5 Allahabad-Jhansi Division Graduates Dr. Yagya Dutt Sharma BJP May 2014 - May 2020
6 Kanpur Division Graduates Arun Pathak BJP Feb 2017 - Nov 2022
7 Aligarh-Agra Division Graduates Dr. Aseem Yadav SP May 2014 - May 2020
8 Meerut Division Graduates Hem Singh Pundir Non political May 2014 - May 2020
Teachers' constituencies (8)
# Constituency Member Political Party Term
1 Meerut Division Teachers Om Prakash Sharma Non political May 2014 - May 2020
2 Bareilly-Moradabad Division Teachers Sanjay Kumar Mishra SP May 2014 - May 2020
3 Lucknow Division Teachers Umesh Dwivedi Independent May 2014 - May 2020
4 Gorakhpur-Faizabad Division Teachers Dhruv Kumar Tripathi Non political May 2014 - May 2020
5 Varanasi Division Teachers Chet Narayan Singh Independent May 2014 - May 2020
6 Allahabad-Jhansi Division Teachers Suresh Kumar Tripathi Non political Feb 2017 - Nov 2022
7 Kanpur Division Teachers Raj Bahadur Singh Chandel Independent Feb 2017 - Nov 2022
8 Agra-Aligarh Division Teachers Jagveer Kishor Jain Non political May 2014 - May 2020
Local Authorities' constituencies (36)
# Constituency Member Political Party Term
1 Moradabad-Bijnor Local Authorities Parvez Ali SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
2 Rampur-Bareilly Local Authorities Ghanshyam Singh Lodhi SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
3 Badaun Local Authorities Banwari Singh Yadav SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
4 Pilibhit-Shahjahanpur Local Authortiies Amit Yadav SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
5 Hardoi Local Authorities Misbahuddin SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
6 Lakhimpur-Kheri Local Authorities Shashank Yadav SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
7 Sitapur Local Authorities Anand Bhadauria SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
8 Lucknow-Unnao Local Authorities Sunil Singh Sajan SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
9 Rae Bareli Local Authorities Dinesh Pratap Singh INC Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
10 Pratapgarh Local Authorities Akshay Pratap Singh SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
11 Sultanpur Local Authorities Shailendra Pratap SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
12 Barabanki Local Authorities Rajesh Yadav SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
13 Bahraich Local Authorities Iqhlaq Khan SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
14 Gonda Local Authorities Mahfooz Khan SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
15 Faizabad Local Authorities Heralal Yadav SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
16 Basti-Siddharth Nagar Local Authorities Santosh Yadav 'Sani' SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
17 Gorakhpur-Maharajganj Local Authorities C.P. Chandra SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
18 Deoria Local Authorities Ramawadh Yadav SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
19 Azamgarh-Mau Local Authorities Rakesh Kumar Yadav SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
20 Ballia Local Authorities Ravishankar Singh 'Pappu Bhaiya' SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
21 Ghazipur Local Authorities Vishal Singh Chanchal Independent Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
22 Jaunpur Local Authorities Brijesh Kumar Singh ' Prinsu' BSP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
23 Varanasi Local Authorities Brijesh Kumar Singh alias Arun Independent Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
24 Mirzapur-Sonbhadra Local Authorities Ramlali Mishra SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
25 Allahabad Local Authorities Vasudev Yadav SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
26 Banda-Hamirpur Local Authorities Ramesh Mishra SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022-
27 Jhansi-Jalaun-Lalitpur Local Authorities Rama Niranjan SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
28 Kanpur-Fatehpur Local Authorities Dilip Singh alias Kallu Yadav SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
29 Etawah-Farrukhabad Local Authorities Pushpraj Jain SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
30 Agra-Firozabad Local Authorities Dileep Yadav SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
31 Mathura-Etah-Mainpuri Local Authorities Udayveer Singh SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
32 Mathura-Etah-Mainpuri Local Authorities Arvind Yadav SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
33 Aligarh Local Authorities Jaswant Singh SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
34 Bulandshahar Local Authorities Narendra Singh Bhati SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
35 Meerut-Ghaziabad Local Authorities Rakesh Yadav SP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
36 Muzaffarnagar-Saharanpur Local Authorities Mahmood Ali BSP Mar 2016 - Jan 2022
Members elected by Legislative Assembly(38)
# Member Name Political Party Term
1 Akhilesh Yadav SP Mar 2012 - Mar 2018
2 Rajendra Choudhury SP Mar 2012 - Mar 2018
3 Ambika Choudhury SP Mar 2012 - Mar 2018
4 Dr. Madhu Gupta SP Mar 2012 - Mar 2018
5 Naresh Chandra Uttam SP Mar 2012 - Mar 2018
6 Vijay Yadav SP Mar 2012 - Mar 2018
7 Umar Khan SP Mar 2012 - Mar 2018
8 Ram Sakal Gujjar SP Mar 2012 - Mar 2018
9 Sunil Kumar BSP Mar 2012 - Mar 2018
10 Dr. Vijay Pratap BSP Mar 2012 - Mar 2018
11 Thakur Jaiveer Singh BSP Mar 2012 - Mar 2018
12 Mahendra Kumar Singh BJP Mar 2012 - Mar 2018
13 Choudhury Mustaq Ahmed RLD Mar 2012 - Mar 2018
14 Ahmed Hasan SP Feb 2015 - Feb 2021
15 Ramesh Yadav SP Feb 2015 - Feb 2021
16 Rajratan Rajbhar SP Feb 2015 - Feb 2021
17 Sahab Singh Saini SP Feb 2015 - Feb 2021
18 Ashok Bajpai SP Feb 2015 - Feb 2021
19 Virendra Singh Gujjar SP Feb 2015 - Feb 2021
20 Sarojini Agarwal SP Feb 2015 - Feb 2021
21 Ashu Malik SP Feb 2015 - Feb 2021
22 Naseemuddin Siddiqui BSP Feb 2015 - Feb 2021
23 Dharmveer Ashok BSP Feb 2015 - Feb 2021
24 Pradeep BSP Feb 2015 - Feb 2021
25 Lakshman Acharya BJP Feb 2015 - Feb 2021
26 Kamlesh Pathak SP Jul 2016 - Jul 2022 [23]
27 Rannvijay Singh Gonda SP Jul 2016 - Jul 2022
28 Jagjivan Prasad Babu SP Jul 2016 - Jul 2022
29 Atar Singh Rao BSP Jul 2016 - Jul 2022
30 Dinesh Chandra BSP Jul 2016 - Jul 2022
31 Shatarudra Prakash SP Jul 2016 - Jul 2022
32 Suresh Kashyap BSP Jul 2016 - Jul 2022
33 Yashwant Singh SP Jul 2016 - Jul 2022
34 Bhupendra Singh BJP Jul 2016 - Jul 2022
35 Dipak Singh INC Jul 2016 - Jul 2022
36 Sunil Kumar Chittaur BSP Feb 2012 - Feb 2018
37 Bukkal Nawab SP Jul 2016 - Jul 2022
38 Balram Yadav SP Jul 2016 - Jul 2022
39 Ram Sundar Das Nishad SP Jun 2016 - Jun 2022

Nominated members

# Member Name Political Party Term
1 Shri Ram Singh Yadav SP Jul 2015 - Jul 2021
2 Ms Lilawati Kushwaha SP Jul 2015 - Jul 2021
3 Ramvriksh Singh Yadav SP Jul 2015 - Jul 2021
4 Jitendra Yadav SP Jul 2015 - Jul 2021
5 Balwant Singh Ramoowalia SP May 2016 - Apr 2022
6 Zaheer Hasan Waseem Barelvi SP May 2016 - Apr 2022
7 Madhukar Jetley SP May 2016 - Apr 2022

The names of Dr Kamlesh Kumar Pathak, Sanjay Seth, Ranvijay Singh,Abdul Sarfraz Khan and Dr Rajpal Kashyap as recommended by the government were rejected by the governor Ram Naik as they were not nominated on basis or excellence in arts, social service, science etc.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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