Tuesday, January 10, 2017

UP Vidhan Sabha Election 2017 Schedule - Poll dates and Result date

Uttar Pradesh assembly 5 years terms are about to complete in 27 March 2017, and Election commission of india has already announced the Uttar Pradesh Assembly election 2017 as per the norms of constitution of India.

All the political parties in uttar pradesh including the current ruling party "Samajwadi Party" is all set to achieve the goal of winning the UP election 2017. Apart from total constituencies of 403 seats in Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly, there are currently 229 seats belongs to Samajwadi Party making them the current ruling party. At other hands in opposition, Bahujan Samaj Party holds 79 seats, Bharatiya Janata Party has 41 seats, and Congress has only 29 seats. The last remaining 1 seat is reserved for an Anglo-Indian.

There are 6 main political parties in Uttar pradesh, which are - Indian National Congress, Bharatiya Janata party, Bahujan Samaj Party, Samajwadi Party, Communist party of India, and Rashtriya Lok Dal.

Talking about competition - The Samajwadi Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party are two primary political parties in UP, but this time Bharatiya Janata Party also seems a promising and tough competitor. In this huge political state, Congress also have imperative stakes. As the 4th Biggest state in India,  Uttar Pradesh gives back the biggest number of seats in the Lok Sabha.

Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections 2017


UP Assembly Election 2017 Schedule Poll and results dates


The election commission of india has officially announced the full schedule of Uttar Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2017. The UP Assembly Election 2017 is set to go to elections in 7 phases. The polling will start on 11 Feb, 2017 and will finish in 8 March 2017. Following is the phase wise schedule of Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections 2017.

Phase 1 - 73 Assembly Constituencies

Date of Notification : 17 Jan, 2017 Tuesday
Last Date of Nomination : 24 Jan, 2017 Tuesday
Scrutiny of Nominations : 25 Jan, 2017 Wednesday
Withdrawal of Candidature : 27 Jan, 2017 Friday
Date of Poll : 11 Feb, 2017 Saturday
Date of Vote Counting : 11 Mar, 2017 Saturday

Phase 2 - 67 Assembly Constituencies

Date of Notification : 20 Jan, 2017 Friday
Last Date of Nomination : 27 Jan, 2017 Friday
Scrutiny of Nominations : 30 Jan, 2017 Monday
Withdrawal of Candidature : 01 Feb, 2017 Wednesday
Date of Poll : 15 Feb, 2017 Wednesday
Date of Vote Counting : 11 Mar, 2017 Saturday

Phase 3 - 69 Assembly Constituencies

Date of Notification : 24 Jan, 2017 Tuesday
Last Date of Nomination : 31 Jan, 2017 Tuesday
Scrutiny of Nominations : 01 Feb, 2017 Wednesday
Withdrawal of Candidature : 03 Feb, 2017 Friday
Date of Poll : 19 Feb, 2017 Sunday
Date of Vote Counting : 11 Mar, 2017 Saturday

Phase 4 - 53 Assembly Constituencies

Date of Notification : 30 Jan, 2017 Monday
Last Date of Nomination : 06 Feb, 2017 Monday
Scrutiny of Nominations : 07 Feb, 2017 Tuesday
Withdrawal of Candidature : 09 Feb, 2017 Thursday
Date of Poll : 23 Feb, 2017 Thursday
Date of Vote Counting : 11 Mar, 2017 Saturday

Phase 5 - 52 Assembly Constituencies

Date of Notification : 02 Feb, 2017 Thursday
Last Date of Nomination : 09 Feb, 2017 Thursday
Scrutiny of Nominations : 10 Feb, 2017 Friday
Withdrawal of Candidature : 13 Feb, 2017 Monday
Date of Poll : 27 Feb, 2017 Monday
Date of Vote Counting : 11 Mar, 2017 Saturday

Phase 6 - 49 Assembly Constituencies

Date of Notification : 07 Feb, 2017 Tuesday
Last Date of Nomination : 14 Feb, 2017 Tuesday
Scrutiny of Nominations : 16 Feb, 2017 Thursday
Withdrawal of Candidature : 18 Feb, 2017 Saturday
Date of Poll : 04 Mar, 2017 Saturday
Date of Vote Counting : 11 Mar, 2017 Saturday

Phase 7 - 40 Assembly Constituencies

Date of Notification : 09 Feb, 2017 Thursday
Last Date of Nomination : 16 Feb, 2017 Thursday
Scrutiny of Nominations : 17 Feb, 2017 Friday
Withdrawal of Candidature : 20 Feb, 2017 Monday
Date of Poll : 08 Mar, 2017 Wednesday
Date of Vote Counting : 11 Mar, 2017 Saturday

Constituencies of Uttar Pradesh

The state of Uttar Pradesh holds 80 parliamentary constituencies including 17 constituencies reserved for scheduled caste. Uttar Pradesh has 403 legislative assembly constituencies from which 85 are reserved for scheduled caste candidates.

The situation is very unpredictable in Uttar Pradesh politics as the Akhilesh Yadav and his Samajwadi Party seems to be broken down by having internal issues, while Mayawati's Bahujan Samaj Party itself doesn't stand much chance due to the failure of acquiring trust among the people of Uttar pradesh. She was given a chance by people to serve the state in 2007 but she disqualified and Akhilesh Yadav won the elections in 2012. For BJP this is a test match to predict their future in 2019's elections following their demonetization move. If BJP loses UP, they are most likely to lose 2019 too.

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Who will win UP Assembly Election?

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
Samajwadi Party (SP)
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP)
Indian National Congress (INC)
Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD)
Communist Party of India (CPI)
Other


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