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2022 Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

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All 403 seats of Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly
202 seats needed for a majority
Turnout61.03% (Decrease 0.21%) [1]
  Majority party Minority party
 
The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Shri Yogi Adityanath in New Delhi on February 10, 2018 (cropped).jpg
Akhilesh Yadav (14335961811).jpg
Leader Yogi Adityanath Akhilesh Yadav
Party BJP SP
Alliance NDA SP+
Leader since 2017 2012
Leader's seat Gorakhpur Urban Karhal
Last election 39.67%, 312 seats 21.82%, 47 seats
Seats won 255[2] 111
Seat change Decrease 57 Increase 64
Popular vote 38,051,721 29,543,934
Percentage 41.29% 32.06%
Swing Increase 1.62% Increase 10.24%

  Third party Fourth party
 
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra (6).jpg
Mayawati.jpg
Leader Priyanka Gandhi Mayawati
Party INC BSP
Alliance UPA -
Leader since 2019 1995
Leader's seat Did not contest Did not contest
Last election 6.25%, 7 seats 22.23%, 19 seats
Seats won 2 1
Seat change Decrease 5 Decrease 18
Popular vote 2,151,234 11,873,137
Percentage 2.33% 12.88%
Swing Decrease 3.92% Decrease 9.35%

2022 Uttar Pradesh Election.svg
Constituencies of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly

Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly after 2022 elections.svg

Chief Minister before election

Yogi Adityanath
BJP

Elected Chief Minister

Yogi Adityanath
BJP

Legislative Assembly elections were held in Uttar Pradesh from 10 February to 7 March 2022 in seven phases to elect all 403 members for the 18th Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly. The votes were counted and the results were declared on 10 March 2022.[3]

Background

The tenure of Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly is scheduled to end on 14 May 2022.[4] The previous assembly elections were held February–March 2017. After the election, Bharatiya Janata Party formed the state government, with Yogi Adityanath becoming Chief Minister.[5]

Panchayat Elections

In the 2021 Uttar Pradesh Panchayat Elections, SP won 760 wards, followed by BJP with 720 wards. Bahujan Samaj Party won 381 and Indian National Congress won 76 wards. Independents and smaller parties won in 1,114 wards.[6] AAP won 64 and AIMIM won 22 wards in the panchayat elections.[7]

Political developments

In January 2022, ten BJP state legislators including three ministers, left the party and joined Samajwadi Party.[8] On 19 January, Mulayam Singh Yadav's daughter-in-law Aparna Bisht Yadav joined BJP.[9] She was followed by Mulayam Singh's brother-in-law Pramod Gupta who joined BJP on 20 January.[10] On 25 January, former Union Minister and Congress leader Ratanjit Pratap Narain Singh joined BJP.[11]

Schedule

The election schedule was announced by the Election Commission of India on 8 January 2022.[12]

Map of constituencies and their phases
Map of constituencies and their phases
Poll event Phase
I II III IV V VI VII
Notification date 14 January 2022 21 January 2022 25 January 2022 27 January 2022 1 February 2022 4 February 2022 10 February 2022
Last date for filing nomination 21 January 2022 28 January 2022 1 February 2022 3 February 2022 8 February 2022 11 February 2022 17 February 2022
Scrutiny of nomination 24 January 2022 29 January 2022 2 February 2022 4 February 2022 9 February 2022 14 February 2022 18 February 2022
Last date for withdrawal of nomination 27 January 2022 31 January 2022 4 February 2022 7 February 2022 11 February 2022 16 February 2022 22 February 2022
Date of poll 10 February 2022 14 February 2022 20 February 2022 23 February 2022 27 February 2022 3 March 2022 7 March 2022
Date of counting of votes 10 March 2022
Phase
I

(58 ACs, 11 Districts)

II

(55 ACs, 9 Districts)

III

(59 ACs, 16 Districts)

IV

(59 ACs, 9 Districts)

V

(61 ACs, 11 Districts)

VI

(57 ACs, 10 Districts)

VII

(54 ACs, 9 Districts)

Parties and alliances

  National Democratic Alliance

During the month of September, the NDA confirmed an alliance between BJP, AD(S) and the NISHAD Party.[13][14] During the month of August, the NDA held talks with parties like JD(U), Ham(S)[15] and others, however the seat sharing talks fell apart later. In October, there were major restructuring efforts by the alliance with new faces and revamp of parties in an effort to battle anti-incumbency. In the first 2 weeks of December, the alliance launched it campaign for the election.[16] On 13 Jan the national democratic alliance sealed their seat sharing pact with NISHAD Party getting 16 and Apna Dal getting 17 and BJP competing on remaining 370 seats. 6 NISHAD Party candidates would fight on BJP symbol.[17]

No. Party[18] Flag Symbol Leader Photo Seats contested Male candidates Female candidates
1. Bharatiya Janata Party
BJP flag.svg
BJP election symbol.png
Yogi Adityanath
The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Shri Yogi Adityanath meeting the President, Shri Ram Nath Kovind, at Rashtrapati Bhavan, in New Delhi on February 10, 2018 (cropped).jpg
370 328 42
2. NISHAD Party
No image available.svg
Shravan Nishad
Circle-icons-profile.svg
6 5 1
No image available.svg
Sanjay Nishad 10 10 0
3. Apna Dal (Sonelal)
Apna dal Flag.jpg
Election Symbol Cup & Saucer.png
Anupriya Patel
Health minister anupriya patel.jpg
17 14 3
Total 403 357 46

  Samajwadi Party+

RLD was the first to join the alliance. Later Akhilesh Yadav announced that they were only willing to partner up with regional parties and not national parties. The NCP and RJD too joined the alliance later.[19] Various other smaller parties too joined while SBSP broke away from its alliance to join SP alliance.[20] During the first seat sharing talks, SP agreed to give RLD 36 seats. Initially, RLD demanded 60 seats while SP were willing to give up to 30, later both the parties finalised at 33 with RLD mostly competing in West UP. RLD gave 8 symbol of SP candidates.[21] Aam Aadmi Party and Samajwadi Party began talks for alliance,[22][23] however they couldn't agree on seat sharing.[24] Pragatisheel Samajwadi Party (Lohiya) joined the alliance later. On 13 January 2022, the alliance announced its initial candidates for the first few phases of the election. SP and SBSP would have a friendly fight on 1 seat while SP and AD(K) would have a friendly fight on 2 seats.[citation needed]

No. Party[25][26] Flag Symbol Leader Photo Seats contested Male candidates Female candidates
1. Samajwadi Party
Samajwadi Party Flag.jpg
Indian Election Symbol Cycle.png
Akhilesh Yadav
Akhilesh Yadav.jpg
343 301 42
2. Pragatisheel Samajwadi Party (Lohiya)
प्रसपा लोहिया ध्वज.jpg
Shivpal Singh Yadav
Shivpal singh Yadav.png
1 1 0
3. Mahan Dal
No image available.svg
Keshav Dev Maurya
Circle-icons-profile.svg
2 1 1
4. Janvadi Party (Socialist)
No image available.svg
Sanjay Chauhan
Circle-icons-profile.svg
1 1 0
5. Apna Dal (Kamerawadi)
Apna dal Flag.jpg
Dr. Pallavi Patel
Circle-icons-profile.svg
1 0 1
No image available.svg
Krishna Patel
Circle-icons-profile.svg
4 3 1
6. Rashtriya Lok Dal
Rashtriya Lok Dal Flag new.jpg
Indian Election Symbol Hand Pump.png
Jayant Chaudhary
Chaudhary Jayant Singh.jpg
33 31 2
7. Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party
Election Symbol Walking Stick 2.0.jpg
Election Symbol Walking Stick.png
Om Prakash Rajbhar
Circle-icons-profile.svg
17 16 1
8. Nationalist Congress Party
NCP-flag.svg
Nationalist Congress Party Election Symbol.png
KK Sharma
Circle-icons-profile.svg
1[27] 1 0
Total 402 TBD TBD

  Bahujan Samaj Party

Unlike in previous years, the Bahujan Samaj Party announced that it would compete in the election all by itself.[28] BSP went into an alliance with ten small political parties, namely the India Janshakti Party, Pacchasi Parivartan Samaj Party, Vishwa Shanti Party, Sanyukt Janadesh Party, Adarsh Sangram Party, Akhand Vikas Bharat Party, Sarvajan Awaz Party, Jagruk Janata Party and Sarvajan Sewa Party for their extended support to BSP.[29][30]

No. Party Flag Symbol Leader Photo Seats contested Male candidates Female candidates
1. Bahujan Samaj Party
Elephant Bahujan Samaj Party.svg
Indian Election Symbol Elephant.png
Mayawati
Mayawati.jpg
403[28] TBD TBD

  United Progressive Alliance

Similar to BSP, the only party competing from the United Progressive Alliance was the INC. On 19 October 2021, Uttar Pradesh Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi announced 40% of tickets to women in upcoming Uttar Pradesh assembly polls.[31]

No. Party Flag Symbol Leader Photo Seats contested Male candidates Female candidates
1. Indian National Congress
INC Flag Official.jpg
Hand INC.svg
Priyanka Gandhi
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra (6).jpg
401[32] 241 160

  Bhagidari Parivartan Morcha

All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen, Jan Adhikar Party, Bharat Mukti Morcha, Janata Kranti Party and Bharatiya Vanchit Samaj Party have formed a front to contest all 403 seats.[33]

No. Party[33] Flag Symbol Leader Photo Seats contested Male candidates Female candidates
1. All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen
All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen logo.svg
Indian Election Symbol Kite.svg
Shaukat Ali
Circle-icons-profile.svg
100[34] TBD TBD
2. Jan Adhikar Party
No image available.svg
No image available.svg
Babu Singh Kushwaha
Kushwaha2.jpg
TBD TBD TBD
3. Bharat Mukti Morcha
No image available.svg
No image available.svg
Waman Meshram
Waman Meshram on Facebook.jpg
TBD TBD TBD
4. Janata Kranti Party
No image available.svg
No image available.svg
Anil Singh Chauhan
Circle-icons-profile.svg
TBD TBD TBD
5. Bharatiya Vanchit Samaj Party
No image available.svg
No image available.svg
Ram Prasad Kashyap
Circle-icons-profile.svg
TBD TBD TBD
6. Peace Party of India
Peace Party Of India Flag.jpg
Indian election symbol glass tumbler.svg
Mohamed Ayub
Circle-icons-profile.svg
TBD TBD TBD
7. Rashtriya Ulama Council
Rashtriya Ulama Council (RUC) Flag.jpg
No image available.svg
Aamir Rashadi Madni
Maulana Aamir Rashadi Madni.jpg
TBD TBD TBD

  Left Front

No. Party[35] Flag Symbol Leader Photo Seats contested Male candidates Female candidates
1. Communist Party of India
CPI-flag.PNG
Indian Election Symbol Ears of Corn and Sickle.png
Girish Sharma
Circle-icons-profile.svg
38[citation needed] TBD TBD
2. Communist Party of India (M)
CPI-M-flag.svg
Indian Election Symbol Hammer Sickle and Star.png
Sitaram Yechury
Circle-icons-profile.svg
4[citation needed] 4 0
3. Communist Party of India (ML)L
CPIML LIBERATION FLAG.jpg
Flag Logo of CPIML.png
Sudhakar Yadav
Circle-icons-profile.svg
13[citation needed] TBD TBD
4. All India Forward Bloc
Indian Election Symbol Lion.png
Jagdish Singh Thakral
Circle-icons-profile.svg
TBD TBD TBD

Others

During the month leading up to the elections major political parties which aren't part of any alliance announced their intentions to compete in the election.[citation needed]

Later parties like VIP, LJP (Ram Vilas), Rashtriya Rashtrawadi Party, ABHM and ASP also confirmed their participation in the election[37][38][39]

No. Party Flag Symbol Leader Photo Seats contested Male candidates Female candidates
1. Aam Aadmi Party
Aam Aadmi Party logo (English).svg
AAP Symbol.png
Sanjay Singh
Sanjay Singh (cropped).jpg
334[40][49] TBD TBD
2. Janata Dal (United)
Janata Dal (United) Flag.svg
Indian Election Symbol Arrow.png
Circle-icons-profile.svg
51[50] TBD TBD
3. Shiv Sena
Logo of Shiv Sena.svg
Indian Election Symbol Bow And Arrow.png
Thakur Singh
Circle-icons-profile.svg
45[51] 40 5
4. Jansatta Dal (Loktantrik)
No image available.svg
No image available.svg
Raghuraj Pratap Singh
Kunwar Raghuraj Pratap Singh कुंवर रघुराज प्रताप सिंह.jpg
100[52] TBD TBD
5. Vikassheel Insaan Party
Vikassheel Insaan Party.jpg
Chunav Chinh.png
Mukesh Sahani
Mukesh Sahani.png
55[53][54] TBD TBD
6. Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas)
No image available.svg
Indian Election Symbol Helicopter.jpg
Chirag Paswan
Chirag Paswan.jpg
403[55][38] TBD TBD
7. Azad Samaj Party
Azad samaj party.png
Azad samaj party symbol 2.png
Chandrashekhar Azad Ravan
Chandrashekhar Azad Ravan (cropped).jpg
403[56] TBD TBD

Candidates

Main article: List of candidates in the 2022 Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

Manifestos

NDA

On 8 February, BJP released its manifesto titled "Lok Sankalp Patra", ahead of the 1st phase of the elections.[57] Some of the promises in it being:

BSP

BSP announced that it will not release election manifesto.[58]

UPA

INC released its manifesto in three tranches. The first tranche "Shakti Vidhan" was released on 19 December 2021 which centered on women welfare.[59] The second tranche "Bharti Vidhan" was released on 21 January 2022 which centered on youth welfare.[60][61] The final tranche "Unnati Vidhan" was released on 9 February 2022 which centered on overall development and general issues.[62][63]

Some key promises[64] made in the manifesto are:

SP+

Samajwadi Party released its manifesto on 8 February 2022.[65]

The National President of Samajwadi Party Akhilesh Yadav released his party's 88-page manifesto for the elections. Under the motto "Satya Vachan, Atoot Vaada" (transl. Truth and Unbroken promises), the manifesto is laden with promises to farmers, women and the youth. Some key points from the party's manifesto are:

Campaigns

Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM), the umbrella body of farmers, campaigned against the ruling BJP by organising public meetings and rallies asking farmers to not vote for BJP.[67] SKM had organised the 2020–2021 Indian farmers' protest against the controversial three farm acts which were passed by the BJP-led Union Government in the BJP controlled Parliament of India in September 2020. These laws were eventually withdrawn by the Union government.[67]

On 31 January 2022, the farmer leaders observed "Vishwasghat Diwas" (treachery day) across India after the Union government failed to fulfil promises that were made to the farmers during the withdrawal of agitation against three farm laws. SKM leaders have warned that the farm laws may be re-introduced if BJP wins the elections.[68]

According to the SKM leaders the promises that BJP made to the farmers in the 2022 manifesto were also made in the 2017 election manifesto, but they were not implemented. Neither the income of the farmer was doubled nor they got Minimum support Price (MSP) for their produce.[69]

SKM leaders launched "Mission UP and Uttarakhand" and appealed to the voters to not vote for BJP calling them anti-farmer. The appeal did not make any recommendation to vote for any specific political party. SKM's appeal was supported by 57 farmer organisations. Since the campaign rallies were banned due to COVID-19 pandemic in India, leaflets with the appeal were handed to the villagers.[70]

Policy positions

Farm Laws

BJP's Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar in December 2021, had said that BJP brought the 3 agriculture amendment laws (repealed in 2021). "But the government is not disappointed. We moved a step back and we will move forward again because farmers are India’s backbone."[71]

The INC and AAP are against the farm laws and had supported the farmers' unions during their year-long protest against the farm laws.[72][73]

Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav has stated that after forming the government in Uttar Pradesh, SP will not allow the implementation of any anti-farmer laws in Uttar Pradesh.[74] He warned the farmers against BJP, and said that BJP had withdrawn the controversial farm laws to get votes from the farmers. SP's alliance partner Rashtriya Lok Dal is also against the implementation of farm laws.[74]

Election Issues

Citing a survey from all constituencies of UP, DNA news reported that unemployment was the biggest issue for 73% of the voters. Inflation and price rise was second with 65% voter support. Development was 54% and stray animal was an issue for 39% voters.[75]

Stray Cow

Stray cow on a busy street in Varanasi
Stray cow on a busy street in Varanasi

Slaughter of cow is illegal in most places in the country.[76] The anti slaughter laws were not strictly enforced until 2014.[77] Cows are considered holy in Hinduism, yet the farmers regularly took their old cows to slaughter houses until the years before 2014 when BJP's Narendra Modi government won the general election.[78]

The deadly stray cow attacks on humans and crops in both the urban and rural areas is an issue for the residents. In 2017, after coming to power, Yogi Adityanath government had promised to build cattle shelters to better manage the stray cattle.[79] Since BJP came to power in 2017, cow slaughter has been made illegal in 18 states in India including UP, this was done in accordance with the right wing Hindu agenda.[78] Since then the trading of male cattle has reduced due to the fear of arrest, persecution, lynching by cow vigilantes. The farmers unable to sell them, abandon them to wander on the roads and feed on standing crops.[80][81][82]

The Adityanath ministry in the state of Uttar Pradesh introduced a special alcohol tax to earn money and maintain thousands of cow sheds operated by the government. The BBC reported that the tax did not solve the problem of stray cow and the cow sheds were found to be over crowded.[78]

BJP state government claims to have provided money to the village pradhans to set up cow shelters to keep the stray cattle. Deccan Herald reported that it could not find cattle shelters in the villages of Sitapur, Lakhimpur Kheri, Hardoi and Unnao districts. Places that had cow shelters, were already full with no capacity to keep more cattle.[83]

BJP leaders refused to accept that the stray cattle was an issue, even though the farmers consider it an issue.[83] Speaking at a rally in Kanpur in February, PM Narendra Modi acknowledged the problem in his rally and said the Yogi government is trying to solve the problem by setting up cattle shelters.[81]

The Samajwadi Party promised compensation of 5 Lakh ₹ for farmers who were killed by bulls.[79] SP promised to fix the root cause of the problem, removing the fear in trading of livestock without any trouble or harassment.[81] Akhilesh Yadav said that the farmers were forced to guard their crops to prevent it from being grazen by stray animals. He said that his government will make arrangements to take care of the cattle.[84]

The Congress Party promised[64] compensation of ₹3,000 per acre for damaged crops. It also promised a Godhan Nyay Yojana along the lines of a similar scheme in Chhattisgarh including the purchase of cow dung (gobar) for ₹2 per kilogram to promote organic farming and vermi-composting by Self-Help Groups. It promised an amount of ₹500 per stray animal that is turned into a village Gaushala for a fixed period.

On 22 February, the local farmers released hundreds of cattle at the venue of the election rally in Barabanki located 40 km from the state capital Lucknow. The act was to highlight the menace of the stray cattle in the area. In a viral video of the incident, hundreds of unattended cattle were seen roaming in the open rally ground.[85][77][86]

Roads

Lack of roads was a major poll issue for people in Amethi.[87]

Petrol diesel price

Akhilesh Yadav, Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra campaigned on the massive increase in the price of petrol and diesel under the BJP government. Akhilesh claimed that soon after the UP elections are over the government will increase the price even more.[84][88]

Inflation

Akhilesh Yadav stated that public will not be hit with inflation if SP alliance wins the election.[89]

Unemployment

Akhilesh Yadav stated that he will give jobs to people and end the problem of unemployment.[84] He also promised early recruitment for the Police and Army.[88]

COVID-19

The government's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic in India was criticized by Priyanka Gandhi, Arvind Kejriwal and Akhilesh Yadav who stated that the people were not given the needed help. Akhilesh accused the BJP government of hiding the actual data and fudging the data of Covid related deaths.[90][91]

Incidents

Voting Machine malfunction

In the first, third and fourth phase of election, Electronic Voter Machine (EVM) malfunction was reported at several places.[92][93] Talking about the first phase of elections, the Additional Chief Election Officer said that the malfunctioning machines were replaced after reports of malfunctions.[94]

At multiple polling booths, pressing the button for SP Party on the EVM caused the vote slip being printed for the BJP candidate, instead of the SP candidate. SP has asked ECI to look into the matter. In the third phase of the election, such cases were reported at Bhognipur Assembly constituency in Kanpur Rural and Kishni Assembly constituency in Mainpuri district.[95][96] In the fourth phase of the election, such cases were reported at Sri Nagar Assembly constituency in Lakhimpur Kheri district[97]

Unattended VVPAT slips

On 4 March, in Basti, Uttar Pradesh, a large number of VVPAT slips were found unattended on ground near the strong room where the EVMs were kept prior to counting.[98][99] The slips were found by children out for playing. After the news of discovery of slips spread, a large crowd gathered that included party members and candidates along with members of the administration. According to the district officials, those slips may have been from the mock drill before election but admitted they should not have been thrown out. The administration assured investigation into the incident and action on the people involved.[100]

Voting Machine theft

On 8 March 2022, in Varanasi, a truck carrying multiple EVMs was caught by the members of the Samajwadi Party in Varansi. Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav said that SP members had caught one truck while two other trucks fled. According to the guidelines of Election Commission (EC) the EVMs cannot be moved without the consent of the contesting candidates, yet the Varanasi District Magistrate (DM) was transporting them without informing the local candidates.[101] Yadav alleged that the Electronic Voting machines caught were being stolen from a EVM counting centre in Varanasi. The incident had occurred two days before the scheduled counting of votes on 10 March.[102] Videos of the incident were also circulated on social media.[103]

The DM of Varanasi said that the EVMs in the incident were the ones used for training. Yadav said, "Now that the EVMs have been caught, the officials will make multiple excuses". He called the candidates and party supporters to be alert to prevent any attempt of rigging during the vote counting. The SP+ alliance complained about the incident to the Election commission (EC). The EC had assured action in the incident.[102] Yadav addressed a press conference where he accused the Election Commission officials of EVM tampering and added that he had lost trust on the EC. He said "We need to be alert if EVMs are being transported this way. This is theft. We need to save our votes. We may go to court against it but before that, I want to appeal to people to save democracy."[101][104]

Varanasi police commissioner had admitted to lapses in the incident. Samajwadi Party had shared the video of the admission calling it an admission that EC protocol had not been followed by the officials. The Election Commission ordered action against Varanasi Additional District Magistrate and suspended him from his post for violating the rules in transportation of EVMs. According to the District Magistrate the EVMs were planned to be moved in the morning of 9 January, but the suspended Additional District Magistrate had taken them out in the previous night without providing the necessary information to others.[105]

Postal ballot in garbage truck

On 9 March, in Bareilly three boxes full of election voting material (blank postal ballot) were discovered in the garbage trucks of city municipality. The truck was in the warehouse where voting machines and ballot papers were kept.[106] The incident video was viral in the social media.[107] Police and district administration arrived to meet Samajwadi party members regarding the incident and assured to take actions on their complaint.[108][109] The Election commission acted on the complaint and removed the involved election official along with the SDM from their post.[110]

On the same day in Moradabad 2 boxes of ballot paper was found by SP members in the truck operated by municipality.[111]

In Sonbhadra district a box full of ballot papers was found in a truck accompanied by SDM's vehicle. Both vehicles were stopped outside the ballot counting center when they were trying to enter. The SDM was accused by SP members of replacing the ballot papers.[112] Election commission ordered the SDM to be removed from his post.[113]

Vote rigging allegations

Controversy related to the security of the electronic voting machines happened in 10 districts of UP. In Lucknow members of all parties except ruling BJP were present to guard the voting machines.[114][115][112] In Jalaun a car that was frequently moving in and out of the strong room was checked by SP workers who found hardware tools in the car.[112]

In Sultanpur a truck full of boxes of EVM was found near the strong room, storing voting equipments. The SP workers guarding the strong room refused to let the truck enter the premises. The district officials claimed the boxes were empty. After ruckus, the district authority ordered that no voting related equipments should be moved before 11 March (the counting of vote was scheduled on 10 March).[116]

Akhilesh Yadav alleged that the Office of the UP Chief Minister was making attempts to influence the counting of votes.[117]

Election officer had asked details of the incident in Bareilly and Varanasi from the district administration for Election Commission to take a final decision on the incidents.[108] Election Commission suspended the Varanasi ADM, Bareilly SDM and Sonbhadra SDM from election related duties.[118]

Poll predictions

Opinion polls

Polling aggregates
Active Parties
  National Democratic Alliance
  Samajwadi Party+
  Bahujan Samaj Party
  United Progressive Alliance
  Others
Date Published Polling agency Lead
NDA SP+ BSP UPA Others
18 March 2021 ABP-CVoter[119][120] 41.0% 24.4% 20.8% 5.9% 7.9% 16.6%
3 September 2021 ABP-CVoter[121] 41.8% 30.2% 15.7% 5.1% 7.2% 11.6%
8 October 2021 ABP-CVoter[122] 41.3% 32.4% 14.7% 5.6% 6.0% 8.9%
13 November 2021 ABP-CVoter[123] 40.7% 31.1% 15.1% 9.0% 4.1% 9.6%
11 December 2021 ABP-CVoter[124] 40.4% 33.6% 13.2% 7.3% 5.5% 6.8%
10 January 2022 ABP-CVoter[125] 41.5% 33.3% 12.9% 7.1% 5.3% 8.2%
23 January 2022 Polstrat-NewsX[126] 40.9% 36.4% 12.3% 5.9% 4.5% 4.5%
Date Published Polling agency Lead Remarks
NDA SP+ BSP UPA Others
18 March 2021 ABP-CVoter[119][120] 284-294 54-64 33-43 1-7 10-16 220-240 NDA majority
3 September 2021 ABP-CVoter[121] 259-267 109-117 12-16 3-7 6-10 142-158 NDA majority
8 October 2021 ABP-CVoter[122] 241-249 130-138 15-19 3-7 0-4 103-119 NDA majority
13 November 2021 ABP-CVoter[123] 213-221 152-160 16-20 6-10 NA 53-69 NDA majority
11 December 2021 ABP-CVoter[124] 212-224 151-163 12-24 2-10 2-6 49-73 NDA majority
10 January 2022 ABP-CVoter[125] 223-235 145-157 8-16 3-7 4-8 66-90 NDA majority
23 January 2022 Polstrat-NewsX[126] 218-223 152-157 19-22 5-6 0-2 61-71 NDA majority
10 March 2022 Election results 273 125 1 2 2 178 NDA majority

Exit polls

The Election Commission banned the media from publishing exit polls between 7 AM on 10 February 2022 and 6:30 PM on 7 March 2022. With an imprisonment of two years for the violation of the directive.[127] Accordingly these exit polls were published in the evening of 7 March 2022.

Polling agency Lead Remarks
NDA SP+ BSP UPA Others
ABP News - CVoter[128] 228-244 132-148 13-21 4-8 NA 80-112 NDA majority
India Today - Axis My India[129] 288-326 71-101 3-9 1-3 2-3 187-255 NDA majority
News18 Matrize[130] 262-277 119-134 7-15 3-8 0 128-158 NDA majority
NewsX Polstrat[131] 223 153 19 6 2 70 NDA majority
Republic P-Marq[132] 240 140 17 4 2 100 NDA majority
Times Now-Veto[133] 225 151 9 4 74 NDA majority
News 24 Today's Chanakya[129] 294(+/-19) 105 2 1 1 189 NDA majority
Zee - Design Boxed[134] 223-248 138-157 5-11 4-9 3-5 66-110 NDA majority
Election results 273 125 1 2 2 178 NDA majority

Voter turnout

Phase Date Seats Districts District
Turnout (%)[135]
Phase
Turnout (%)
I 10 February 2022 58 Shamli 69.42 62.54
Decrease0.93
Muzaffarnagar 66.75
Meerut 64.96
Baghpat 65.42
Ghaziabad 55.10
Hapur 67.68
Gautam Budh
Nagar
57.07
Bulandshahr 65.17
Aligarh 61.37
Mathura 63.56
Agra 60.94
II 14 February 2022 55 Saharanpur 71.55 64.66
Decrease1.03
Bijnor 66.68
Moradabad 67.38
Sambhal 62.94
Rampur 65.21
Amroha 72.28
Budaun 59.49
Bareilly 62.90
Shahjahanpur 59.26
III 20 February 2022 59 Hathras 63.22 62.49
Increase0.11
Firozabad 64.40
Kasganj 63.04
Etah 65.70
Mainpuri 63.96
Farrukhabad 60.08
Kannauj 62.09
Etawah 61.79
Auraiya 61.30
Kanpur Dehat 62.49
Kanpur Nagar 57.50
Jalaun 59.93
Jhansi 65.61
Lalitpur 71.36
Hamirpur 64.02
Mahoba 64.59
IV 23 February 2022 59 Pilibhit 69.20 62.82
Increase0.12
Lakhimpur Kheri 68.43
Sitapur 65.10
Hardoi 60.32
Unnao 59.34
Lucknow 60.44
Rae Bareli 62.06
Banda 61.88
Fatehpur 60.07
V 27 February 2022 61 Amethi 56.00 58.33
Decrease0.06
Sultanpur 57.59
Chitrakoot 62.88
Pratapgarh 54.29
Kaushambi 59.73
Prayagraj 53.73
Barabanki 68.64
Ayodhya 61.27
Bahraich 59.73
Shravasti 59.59
Gonda 57.37
VI 3 March 2022 57 Ambedkar Nagar 62.66 55.79
Decrease0.87
Balrampur 48.90
Siddharthanagar 51.60
Basti 57.20
Sant Kabir Nagar 52.20
Maharajganj 59.5
Gorakhpur 58.89
Kushinagar 59.00
Deoria 56.00
Ballia 52.01
VII 7 March 2022 54 Azamgarh 57.49 58.88%
Decrease
Mau 57.79
Jaunpur 57.18
Ghazipur 59.13
Chandauli 62.77
Varanasi 60.58
Bhadohi 57.43
Mirzapur 60.34
Sonbhadra 59.05
Total 403

Results

Vote Share by alliance

  NDA (43.82%)
  SP+ (36.32%)
  BSP (12.88%)
  UPA (2.33%)
  Other (4.65%)

Seat Share

  NDA (67.74%)
  SP+ (31.26%)
  UPA (0.5%)
  Other (0.5%)

Results by alliance and party

Party BJP AD(S) NISHAD SP RLD SBSP INC BSP JD(L)
Seats 255 12 6 111 8 6 2 1 2
Alliance NDA SP+ Others
Seats 273 125 5
Alliance Party Popular vote Seats
Votes % ±pp Contested Won +/−
NDA Bharatiya Janata Party 3,80,51,721 41.29% Increase 1.62% 376 255 Decrease 57
Apna Dal (Sonelal) 14,93,181 1.62% Increase 0.64% 17 12 Increase 3
NISHAD Party 8,40,584 0.91% Increase 0.29% 10 6 Increase 5
Total 4,03,85,487 43.82% Increase 2.47% [136] 403 273 Decrease 52[137]
SP+ Samajwadi Party 2,95,43,934 32.06% Increase 10.24% 347 111 Increase 64
Rashtriya Lok Dal 26,30,168 2.85% Increase 1.78% 33 8 Increase 7
Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party 12,53,125 1.36% Increase 0.66% 19 6 Increase 2
Nationalist Congress Party 44,180 0.05% Increase 0.05% 1 0 Steady
Total 3,34,71,407 36.32% Increase 8.25% 402 125 Increase 71
UPA Indian National Congress 21,51,234 2.33% Decrease 3.92% 401 2 Decrease 5
BPM All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen 4,50,929 0.49% Increase 0.25% 94 0 Steady
None Bahujan Samaj Party 1,18,73,137 12.88% Decrease 9.35% 403 1 Decrease 18
Jansatta Dal (Loktantrik) 1,91,874 0.21% Increase 0.21% 16 2 Increase 2
Aam Aadmi Party 3,47,192 0.38% Increase 0.38 403 0 Steady
Communist Party of India 0.07% Decrease 0.09% 38 0 Steady
Independents
Others
NOTA 637,304 0.69% Decrease 0.18%
Total 100%
Valid votes
Invalid votes
Votes cast/ turnout
Abstentions
Registered voters

Results by division

Division Seats NDA SP+ UPA BSP Others
Saharanpur 16 7 9 0 0 0
Moradabad 27 10 17 0 0 0
Bareilly 25 20 5 0 0 0
Lucknow 46 39 7 0 0 0
Devipatan 20 16 4 0 0 0
Basti 13 7 6 0 0 0
Gorakhpur 28 27 0 1 0 0
Meerut 28 23 5 0 0 0
Aligarh 17 15 2 0 0 0
Agra 23 18 5 0 0 0
Kanpur 27 20 7 0 0 0
Ayodhya 25 12 13 0 0 0
Azamgarh 21 3 17 0 1 0
Jhansi 9 8 1 0 0 0
Chitrakoot 10 8 2 0 0 0
Prayagraj 28 14 11 1 0 2
Varanasi 28 15 13 0 0 0
Mirzapur 12 11 1 0 0 0
Total 403 273 125 2 1 2

Results by district

District Seats NDA SP+ UPA BSP Others
Saharanpur Division
Saharanpur 7 5 2 0 0 0
Shamli 3 0 3 0 0 0
Muzaffarnagar 6 2 4 0 0 0
Moradabad Division
Bijnor 8 4 4 0 0 0
Moradabad 6 1 5 0 0 0
Sambhal 4 1 3 0 0 0
Rampur 5 2 3 0 0 0
Amroha 4 2 2 0 0 0
Meerut Division
Meerut 7 3 4 0 0 0
Baghpat 3 2 1 0 0 0
Ghaziabad 5 5 0 0 0 0
Hapur 3 3 0 0 0 0
Gautam Buddha Nagar 3 3 0 0 0 0
Bulandshahr 7 7 0 0 0 0
Aligarh Division
Aligarh 7 7 0 0 0 0
Kasganj 3 2 1 0 0 0
Etah 4 4 0 0 0 0
Hathras 3 2 1 0 0 0
Agra Division
Mathura 5 5 0 0 0 0
Agra 9 9 0 0 0 0
Firozabad 5 2 3 0 0 0
Mainpuri 4 2 2 0 0 0
Bareilly Division
Budaun 6 3 3 0 0 0
Bareilly 9 7 2 0 0 0
Pilibhit 4 4 0 0 0 0
Shahjahanpur 6 6 0 0 0 0
Lucknow Division
Lakhimpur Kheri 8 8 0 0 0 0
Sitapur 9 8 1 0 0 0
Hardoi 8 8 0 0 0 0
Unnao 6 6 0 0 0 0
Lucknow 9 7 2 0 0 0
Raebareli 6 2 4 0 0 0
Ayodhya Division
Amethi 4 2 2 0 0 0
Sultanpur 5 4 1 0 0 0
Barabanki 6 3 3 0 0 0
Ayodhya 5 3 2 0 0 0
Ambedkar Nagar 5 0 5 0 0 0
Kanpur Division
Farrukhabad 4 4 0 0 0 0
Kannauj 3 3 0 0 0 0
Etawah 3 1 2 0 0 0
Auraiya 3 1 2 0 0 0
Kanpur Dehat 4 4 0 0 0 0
Kanpur Nagar 10 7 3 0 0 0
Jhansi Division
Jalaun 3 2 1 0 0 0
Jhansi 4 4 0 0 0 0
Lalitpur 2 2 0 0 0 0
Chitrakoot Division
Hamirpur 2 2 0 0 0 0
Mahoba 2 2 0 0 0 0
Banda 4 3 1 0 0 0
Chitrakoot 2 1 1 0 0 0
Prayagraj Division
Fatehpur 6 4 2 0 0 0
Pratapgarh 7 2 2 1 0 2
Kaushambi 3 0 3 0 0 0
Prayagraj 12 8 4 0 0 0
Devipatan Division
Bahraich 7 5 2 0 0 0
Shrawasti 2 1 1 0 0 0
Balrampur 4 3 1 0 0 0
Gonda 7 7 0 0 0 0
Basti Division
Siddharthnagar 5 3 2 0 0 0
Basti 5 1 4 0 0 0
Sant Kabir Nagar 3 3 0 0 0 0
Gorakhpur Division
Maharajganj 5 4 0 1 0 0
Gorakhpur 9 9 0 0 0 0
Kushinagar 7 7 0 0 0 0
Deoria 7 7 0 0 0 0
Azamgarh Division
Azamgarh 10 0 10 0 0 0
Mau 4 1 3 0 0 0
Ballia 7 2 4 0 1 0
Varanasi Division
Jaunpur 9 4 5 0 0 0
Ghazipur 7 0 7 0 0 0
Chandauli 4 3 1 0 0 0
Varanasi 8 8 0 0 0 0
Mirzapur Division
Bhadohi 3 2 1 0 0 0
Mirzapur 5 5 0 0 0 0
Sonbhadra 4 4 0 0 0 0
Total 403 273 125 2 1 2

Results by polling phase

Phase Seats NDA SP+ UPA BSP Others
I 58 46 12 0 0 0
II 55 32 23 0 0 0
III 59 44 15 0 0 0
IV 59 49 10 0 0 0
V 61 36 22 1 0 2
VI 57 39 16 1 1 0
VII 54 27 27 0 0 0
Total 403 273 125 2 1 2

Results by constituency

Constituency Turnout [1] Winner Runner Up Margin Polling On
# Name % Candidate Party Votes % Candidate Party Votes %
Saharanpur District
1 Behat 75.58 Umar Ali Khan SP 1,34,513 47.81 Naresh Saini BJP 96,633 34.34 37,880 14 February 2022
2 Nakur 76.1 Mukesh Choudhary BJP 1,04,114 38.47 Dharam Singh Saini SP 1,03,799 38.35 315
3 Saharanpur Nagar 66.08 Rajeev Gumber BJP 1,43,195 48.85 Sanjay Garg SP 1,35,761 46.32 7,434
4 Saharanpur 72.27 Ashu Malik SP 1,07,007 41.18 Jagpal Singh BJP 76,262 29.35 30,745
5 Deoband[138] 69.1 Th. Brijesh Singh BJP 93,890 38.77 Kartikeya Rana SP 86,786 35.83 7,104
6 Rampur Maniharan (SC) 71.71 Devendra Kumar Nim BJP 89,109 38.37 Ravindra Kumar BSP 68,516 29.50 20,593
7 Gangoh 70.07 Kirat Singh BJP 1,16,582 43.08 Inder Sain SP 93,133 34.42 23,449
Shamli District
8 Kairana 75.04 Nahid Hasan SP 1,31,035 54.16 Mriganka Singh BJP 1,05,148 43.46 25,887 10 February 2022
9 Thana Bhawan 66.87 Ashraf Ali Khan RLD 1,03,751 47.47 Suresh Rana BJP 92,945 42.53 10,806
10 Shamli 67.62 Persann Kumar Chaudhary RLD 1,03,070 48.86 Tejendra Nirwal BJP 95,963 45.49 7,107
Muzaffarnagar District
11 Budhana 67.09 Rajpal Singh Baliyan RLD 1,31,093 51.28 Umesh Malik BJP 1,02,783 40.21 28,310 10 February 2022
12 Charthawal 67.68 Pankaj Kumar Malik SP 97,363 43.82 Sapna Kashyap BJP 92,029 41.42 5,334
13 Purqazi (SC) 65.85 Anil Kumar RLD 92,672 43.09 Pramod Utwal BJP 86,140 40.05 6,532
14 Muzaffarnagar 62.89 Kapil Dev Aggarwal BJP 1,11,794 49.57 Saurabh Swaroop RLD 93,100 41.28 18,694
15 Khatauli 69.79 Vikram Singh Saini BJP 1,00,651 45.34 Rajpal Singh Saini RLD 84,306 37.98 16,345
16 Meerapur 68.88 Chandan Chauhan RLD 1,07,421 49.57 Prashant Chaudhary BJP 80,041 36.94 27,380
Bijnor District
17 Najibabad 67.1 Tasleem Ahmad SP 1,02,675 44.14 Kunwar Bharatendu Singh BJP 78,905 33.92 23,770 14 February 2022
18 Nagina (SC) 64.36 Manoj Kumar Paras SP 97,155 43.51 Dr. Yashwant BJP 70,704 31.67 26,451
19 Barhapur 67.05 Kunwar Sushant Singh BJP 1,00,100 41.58 Kapil Kumar SP 85,755 35.62 14,345
20 Dhampur 67.82 Ashok Kumar Rana BJP 81,791 39.89 Naeemul Hasan SP 81,588 39.79 203
21 Nehtaur (SC) 65.82 Omkumar BJP 77,935 38.98 Munshi Ram RLD 77,677 38.86 258
22 Bijnor 64.52 Suchi Mausam Chaudhary BJP 97,165 38.54 Neeraj Chaudhary RLD 95,720 37.96 1,445
23 Chandpur 68.86 Swami Omvesh SP 90,522 40.34 Kamlesh Saini BJP 90,288 40.24 234
24 Noorpur 65.94 Ram Awatar Singh SP 92,574 43.27 Chandra Prakash Singh BJP 86,509 40.43 6,065
Moradabad District
25 Kanth 70.11 Kamal Akhtar SP 1,34,692 49.19 Rajesh Kumar Singh BJP 91,514 33.42 43,178 14 February 2022
26 Thakurdwara 73.99 Navab Jan SP 1,34,391 48.76 Ajay Pratap Singh BJP 1,14,706 41.62 19,684
27 Moradabad Rural 64.65 Mohammad Nasir SP 1,14,337 56.88 Krishnakant Mishra BJP 86,517 34.34 27,820
28 Moradabad Nagar 60.79 Ritesh Kumar Gupta BJP 1,48,384 46.12 Mohd Yusuf Ansari SP 1,47,602 45.88 782
29 Kundarki 71.4 Zia Ur Rahman SP 1,25,792 46.28 Kamal Prajapati BJP 82,630 30.40 43,162
30 Bilari 66.49 Md Fahim Irfan SP 95,338 39.92 Parmeshwar Lal Saini BJP 87,728 36.73 7,610
Sambhal District
31 Chandausi (SC) 59.45 Gulabo Devi BJP 1,12,890 49.53 Vimlesh Kumar SP 77,523 34.01 35,367 14 February 2022
32 Asmoli 68.48 Pinki Yadav SP 1,11,652 42.92 Harendra Kumar BJP 86,446 33.23 25,206
33 Sambhal 64.47 Iqbal Mehmood SP 1,07,073 43.73 Rajesh Singhal BJP 65,376 26.70 41,697
Rampur District
34 Suar 69.34 Abdullah Azam SP 1,26,162 59.19 Haidar Ali Khan AD(S) 65,059 30.62 61,103 14 February 2022
35 Chamraua 65.13 Naseer Khan SP 1,00,976 50.34 Mohan Kumar Lodhi BJP 66,686 33.24 34,290
36 Bilaspur 68.34 Baldev Singh Aulakh BJP 1,01,998 43.17 Amarjit Singh SP 1,01,691 43.04 307
37 Rampur 56.61 Azam Khan SP 1,31,225 59.71 Akash Saxena BJP 76,084 34.62 55,141
38 Milak (SC) 63.57 Rajbala Singh BJP 97,948 43.11 Vijay Singh SP 92,036 40.50 5,912
Amroha District
39 Dhanaura (SC) 70.34 Rajveer Tarara BJP 1,03,054 42.29 Vivek Singh SP 91,629 37.60 11,425 14 February 2022
40 Naugawan Sadat 74.49 Samarpal Singh SP 1,08,497 44.38 Devender Nagpal BJP 1,01,957 41.64 6,540
41 Amroha 71.44 Mehboob Ali SP 1,28,735 57.43 Ram Singh BJP 57,699 25.74 71,036
42 Hasanpur 73.84 Mahendra Khadagvanshi BJP 1,20,135 44.67 Mukhya Gurjar SP 97,753 36.35 22,382
Meerut District
43 Siwalkhas 68.78 Gulam Muhammad RLD 1,01,749 43.52 Maninder Pal BJP 92,567 39.61 9,182 10 February 2022
44 Sardhana 67.22 Atul Pradhan SP 1,18,573 48.75 Sangeet Som BJP 1,00,373 41.27 18,200
45 Hastinapur (SC) 66.84 Dinesh Khatik BJP 1,07,587 46.72 Yogesh Verma SP 1,00,275 43.55 7,312
46 Kithore 69.85 Shahid Manzoor SP 1,07,104 42.19 Satyavir Tyagi BJP 1,04,924 41.33 2,180
47 Meerut Cantt 56.84 Amit Agrawal BJP 1,62,032 66.27 Manish Ahlawat RLD 43,960 17.98 1,18,072
48 Meerut 64.55 Rafiq Ansari SP 1,06,395 52.77 Kamal Dutt Sharma BJP 80,330 39.84 26,065
49 Meerut South 61.99 Somendra Singh Tomar BJP 1,29,667 43.46 Md Adil SP 1,21,725 40.79 7,942
Baghpat District
50 Chhaprauli 62.28 Ajay Kumar Singh RLD 1,11,880 53.3 Sahender Ramala BJP 82,372 39.24 29,508 10 February 2022
51 Baraut 64.51 Krishan Pal Malik BJP 90,931 46.34 Jaiveer Singh RLD 90,616 46.18 315
52 Baghpat 67.7 Yogesh Dhama BJP 1,01,420 47.37 Mohd Ahmed Hameed RLD 94,687 44.22 6,733
Ghaziabad District
53 Loni 61.41 Nand Kishor Gurjar BJP 1,27,410 40.44 Madan Bhaiya RLD 1,18,734 37.68 8,676 10 February 2022
54 Muradnagar 60.01 Ajit Pal Tyagi BJP 1,69,290 61.63 Surendra Kumar RLD 72,195 26.28 97,295
55 Sahibabad 47.18 Sunil Kumar Sharma BJP 3,22,882 67.03 Amarpal Sharma SP 1,08,047 22.43 2,14,835
56 Ghaziabad 51.75 Atul Garg BJP 1,50,205 61.37 Vishal Verma SP 44,668 18.25 1,05,537
57 Modinagar 67.36 Manju Shiwach BJP 1,13,349 50.63 Sudesh Sharma RLD 78,730 35.17 34,619
Hapur District
58 Dhaulana 67.77 Dharmesh Singh Tomar BJP 1,25,028 44.65 Aslam Ali SP 1,12,400 40.14 12,628 10 February 2022
59 Hapur (SC) 66.92 Vijaypal Arthi BJP 97,862 39.69 Gajraj Singh RLD 90,828 36.84 7,034
60 Garhmukteshwar 67.72 Harender Singh Tevatiya BJP 1,04,113 44.07 Ravindra Chaudhary SP 77,807 32.94 26,306
Gautam Buddha Nagar District
61 Noida 48.77 Pankaj Singh BJP 2,44,319 70.16 Sunil Choudhary SP 62,806 18.04 1,81,513 10 February 2022
62 Dadri 58.35 Tejpal Singh Nagar BJP 2,18,068 61.64 Rajkumar Bhati SP 79,850 22.57 1,38,218
63 Jewar 65.87 Dhirendra Singh BJP 1,17,205 50.53 Avtar Singh Bhadana RLD 60,890 26.25 56,315
Bulandshahr District
64 Sikandrabad 67.33 Lakshmi Raj Singh BJP 1,25,644 46.00 Rahul Yadav SP 96,301 35.26 29,343 10 February 2022
65 Bulandshahr 64.95 Pradeep Kumar Chaudhary BJP 1,27,026 48.94 Haji Yunus RLD 1,01,426 38.99 25,600
66 Syana 65.37 Devendra Singh Lodhi BJP 1,49,125 58.9 Dilnawaj Khan RLD 59,468 23.49 89,657
67 Anupshahr 62.87 Sanjay Kumar Sharma BJP 1,25,602 52.64 Rameshwar Lodhi BSP 47,979 20.11 77,623
68 Debai 63.02 Chandrapal Singh BJP 1,28,640 58.6 Harish Kumar[139] SP 60,615 27.61 68,025
69 Shikarpur 64.18 Anil Sharma BJP 1,13,855 53.04 Kiran Pal Singh RLD 58,172 27.1 55,683
70 Khurja (SC) 66.64 Minakshi Singh BJP 1,37,461 52.99 Banshi Singh SP 70,377 27.13 67,084
Aligarh District
71 Khair (SC) 61.7 Anoop Pradhan Valmiki BJP 1,39,643 55.55 Charu Kain BSP 65,302 25.98 74,341 10 February 2022
72 Barauli 64.28 Thakur Jaivir Singh BJP 1,47,984 60.57 Narendra Kumar Sharma BSP 57,339 23.47 90,645
73 Atrauli 60.02 Sandeep Kumar Singh BJP 1,25,691 52.03 Viresh Yadav SP 86,367 35.75 39,324
74 Chharra 62.79 Ravendra Pal Singh BJP 1,10,928 45.79 Laxmi Dhangar SP 86,966 35.78 24,327
75 Koil 62.34 Anil Parashar BJP 1,08,067 42.81 Shaaz Ishaaq SP 1,03,039 40.82 5,028
76 Aligarh 63.89 Mukta Raja BJP 1,20,389 47.66 Zafar Alam SP 1,07,603 42.6 12,786
77 Iglas (SC) 61.25 Rajkumar Sahyogi BJP 1,27,209 52.35 Birpal Diwakar RLD 68,046 28.00 59,163
Hathras District
78 Hathras (SC) 63.2 Anjula Singh Mahaur BJP 1,54,655 58.79 Sanjeev Kumar BSP 53,799 20.45 1,00,856 20 February 2022
79 Sadabad 64.32 Pradeep Kumar Singh RLD 1,04,874 43.25 Ramveer Upadhyay BJP 98,437 40.60 6,437
80 Sikandra Rao 62.39 Birendra Singh Rana BJP 98,094 41.63 Lalit Pratap Baghel SP 89,990 38.19 8,104
Mathura District
81 Chhata 65.34 Chaudhary Laxmi Narayan Singh BJP 1,24,414 52.18 Tejpal Singh RLD 75,466 31.65 48,948 10 February 2022
82 Mant 64.89 Rajesh Chaudhary BJP 83,958 37.35 Shyam Sundar Sharma BSP 74,378 33.09 9,580
83 Goverdhan 66.31 Thakur Meghashyam Singh BJP 1,00,199 45.21 Rajkumar Rawat BSP 57,692 26.03 42,507
84 Mathura 57.39 Shrikant Sharma BJP 1,58,859 60.26 Pradeep Mathur INC 49,056 18.61 1,09,803
85 Baldev (SC) 65.15 Pooran Prakash Jatav BJP 1,08,414 44.14 Babita Devi RLD 83,159 33.86 25,255
Agra District
86 Etmadpur 67.57 Dharampal Singh BJP 1,46,603 48.77 Praval Pratap Singh BSP 98,679 32.83 47,924 10 February 2022
87 Agra Cantonment (SC) 53.9 G S Dharmesh BJP 1,17,796 46.78 Kunwar Chand SP 69,099 27.44 48,697
88 Agra South (SC) 56.75 Yogendra Upadhyaya BJP 1,09,262 52.39 Vinay Agarwal SP 52,622 25.23 56,640
89 Agra North 55.27 Purushottam Khandelwal BJP 1,53,817 63.89 Shabbir Abbas BSP 41,447 17.22 1,12,370
90 Agra Rural (SC) 60.98 Baby Rani Maurya BJP 1,37,310 52.63 Kiran Prabha Keshari BSP 60,702 23.26 76,608
91 Fatehpur Sikri 67.67 Babulal Chaudhary BJP 1,12,095 46.14 Brijesh Chahar RLD 64,826 26.69 47,269
92 Kheragarh 62.45 Bhagwan Singh Kushwaha BJP 96,574 47.05 Ramnath Shikarwar INC 60,077 29.27 36,497
93 Fatehabad 66.86 Chhotelal Verma BJP 1,08,811 50.46 Rupali Dixit SP 55,576 25.77 53,235
94 Bah 56.91 Rani Pakshalika Singh BJP 78,360 41.16 Madhusudan Sharma SP 54,125 28.43 24,235
Firozabad District
95 Tundla (SC) 66.65 Prempal Singh Dhangar BJP 1,22,881 49.46 Rakesh Babu SP 75,190 30.26 47,691 20 February 2022
96 Jasrana 67.46 Sachin Yadav SP 1,08,289 43.71 Manvendra Lodhi BJP 1,07,453 43.37 836
97 Firozabad 58.91 Manish Asija BJP 1,12,509 43.43 Saifur Rehman SP 79,554 30.71 32,955
98 Shikohabad 65.81 Mukesh Verma SP 1,06,279 45.14 Omprakash Verma BJP 96,951 41.18 9,328
99 Sirsaganj 64.8 Sarvesh Singh SP 96,224 46.22 Hariom Yadav BJP 87,419 41.99 8,805
Kasganj District
100 Kasganj 64.37 Devendra Singh BJP 1,23,410 52.67 Man Pal Singh SP 77,145 32.92 46,265 20 February 2022
101 Amanpur 61.52 Hariom Verma BJP 96,377 50.4 Satybhan Shakya SP 53,048 27.74 43,329
102 Patiyali 61.11 Nadira Sultan SP 91,545 41.88 Mamtesh Shakya BJP 87,957 40.06 4,001
Etah District
103 Aliganj 66.15 Satyapal Singh Rathore BJP 1,02,873 45.44 Rameshwar Singh Yadav SP 99,063 43.76 3,810 20 February 2022
104 Etah 62.35 Vipin Verma David BJP 97,539 46.34 Jugendra Singh Yadav SP 80,292 38.15 17,247
105 Marhara 66.76 Virendra Singh Lodhi BJP 1,01,387 49.01 Amit Gaurav SP 83,778 40.50 17,609
106 Jalesar 68.09 Sanjeev Kumar Diwakar BJP 91,339 45.10 Ranjeet Suman SP 86,898 42.91 4,441
Mainpuri District
107 Mainpuri 61.85 Jaiveer Singh BJP 99,814 46.73 Raj Kumar SP 93,048 43.56 6,766 20 February 2022
108 Bhongaon 62.62 Ram Naresh Agnihotri BJP 97,208 45.18 Alok Shakya SP 92,441 42.97 4,767
109 Kishni (SC) 62.98 Brajesh Katheriya SP 97,070 49.58 Priya Ranjan Ashu Diwakar BJP 77,919 39.80 19,151
110 Karhal 66.02 Akhilesh Yadav SP 1,48,196 60.12 S.P. Singh Baghel BJP 80,692 32.74 67,504
Sambhal District
111 Gunnaur 58.68 Ramkhiladi Singh Yadav SP 1,23,969 51.38 Ajeet Kumar Yadav BJP 94,440 39.14 29,529 14 February 2022
Budaun District
112 Bisauli (SC) 59.34 Ashutosh Maurya SP 1,10,569 44.23 Kushagra Sagar BJP 1,08,735 43.50 1,834 14 February 2022
113 Sahaswan 58.86 Brajesh Yadav SP 83,673 33.35 Haji Vittan Musarrat BSP 69,728 27.79 13,945
114 Bilsi 57.8 Harish Chandra Shakya BJP 93,500 45.54 Chandra Prakash Maurya SP 68,385 33.31 25,115
115 Badaun 58.28 Mahesh Chandra Gupta BJP 1,01,096 46.12 Raish Ahmed SP 89,917 41.02 11,179
116 Shekhupur 61.08 Himanshu Yadav SP 1,05,531 42.84 Dharmendra Shakya BJP 99,431 40.36 6,100
117 Dataganj 58.29 Rajeev Kumar Singh BJP 1,07,591 45.34 Arjun Singh SP 98,115 41.35 9,476
Bareilly District
118 Baheri 72.59 Ataur Rehman SP 1,24,145 46.67 Chhatra Pal Singh BJP 1,20,790 45.41 3,355 14 February 2022
119 Meerganj 67.25 DC Verma BJP 116,435 50.98 Sultan Beg SP 83,955 36.76 32,840
120 Bhojipura 68.83 Shazil Islam Ansari SP 119,402 45.88 Bahoranlal Maurya BJP 109,993 42.26 9,409
121 Nawabganj 67.89 Dr. M.P. Aarya Gangwar BJP 111,113 48.20 Bhagwat Sharan Gangwar SP 101,876 44.20 9,237
122 Faridpur (SC) 62 Dr. Shyam Bihari Lal BJP 92,070 45.22 Vijay Pal Singh SP 89,149 43.78 2,921
123 Bithari Chainpur 62.92 Raghavendra Sharma BJP 115,417 46.53 Agam Maurya SP 99,576 40.15 15,841
124 Bareilly 52.43 Dr. Arun Kumar Saxena BJP 129,014 53.77 Rajesh Aggarwal SP 96,694 40.30 32,320
125 Bareilly Cantt 51.79 Sanjeev Agarwal BJP 98,931 50.43 Supriya Arun SP 88,163 44.94 10,768
126 Aonla 60.79 Dharampal Singh BJP 88,956 46.45 Pt. Radha Krishan Sharma SP 70,532 36.83 18,424
Pilibhit District
127 Pilibhit 68.89 Sanjay Gangwar BJP 1,25,506 48.08 Shailendra Gangwar SP 1,18,536 45.41 6,970 23 February 2022
128 Barkhera 73.46 Swami Pravaktanand BJP 1,51,771 63.80 Hemraj Verma SP 70,299 29.55 81,472
129 Puranpur (SC) 69.64 Baburam Paswan BJP 1,34,404 50.12 Ms Arti SP 107,828 40.21 26,576
130 Bisalpur 66.4 Vivek Kumar Verma BJP 1,21,142 50.55 Divya Gangwar SP 70,733 29.52 50,409
Shahjahanpur District
131 Katra 57.55 Veer Vikram Singh BJP 77,800 39.9 Rajesh Yadav SP 77,443 39.72 357 14 February 2022
132 Jalalabad 59.04 Hari Prakash Verma BJP 99,609 45.97 Niraj Nilinesh SP 95,037 43.86 4,572
133 Tilhar 59.99 Salona Kushwaha BJP 1,02,307 47.93 Roshan Lal Verma SP 89,030 41.71 13,277
134 Powayan (SC) 60.31 Chetram Pasi BJP 1,29,785 55.62 Upendra Pal Singh SP 78,207 33.62 51,578
135 Shahjahanpur 54.57 Suresh Kumar Khanna BJP 1,09,942 48.98 Tanveer Khan SP 1,00,629 44.83 9,313
136 Dadraul 62.96 Manvendra Singh BJP 1,00,957 45.06 Rajesh Kumar Verma SP 91,256 40.73 9,701
Lakhimpur Kheri District
137 Palia 65.58 Harvinder Kumar Sahni BJP 1,18,864 50.2 Pritinder Singh Kakku SP 80,735 34.1 38,129 23 February 2022
138 Nighasan 69.57 Shashank Verma BJP 1,26,488 53.41 R S Kushwaha SP 85,479 36.1 41,009
139 Gola Gokrannath 65.62 Arvind Giri BJP 1,26,534 48.67 Vinay Tiwari SP 97,240 37.4 29,294
140 Sri Nagar (SC) 71.81 Manju Tyagi BJP 1,08,249 47.21 Ram Sharan SP 90,641 39.53 17,608
141 Dhaurahra 69.04 Vinod Shakar Awasthi BJP 1,13,498 49.49 Varun Singh SP 88,888 38.76 24,610
142 Lakhimpur 65.44 Yogesh Verma BJP 1,27,663 47.38 Utkarsh Verma Madhur SP 1,07,085 39.74 20,578
143 Kasta (SC) 69.6 Saurabh Singh Sonu BJP 1,03,315 47.93 Sunil Kumar Lala SP 89,498 41.52 13,817
144 Mohammdi 68.63 Lokendra Pratap Singh BJP 99,377 42.75 Daud Ahmad SP 94,506 40.66 4,871
Sitapur District
145 Maholi 66.11 Shashank Trivedi BJP 1,12,040 44.73 Anoop Kumar Gupta SP 99,868 39.87 12,172 23 February 2022
146 Sitapur 58.24 Rakesh Rathour BJP 99,349 42.72 Radhe Shyam Jaiswal SP 98,096 42.18 1,253
147 Hargaon (SC) 68.07 Suresh Rahi BJP 1,16,691 52.46 Ramhet Bharti SP 78,531 35.31 38,160
148 Laharpur 66.74 Anil Kumar Verma SP 1,12,987 47.05 Suneel Verma BJP 99,832 41.57 13,155
149 Biswan 70.1 Nirmal Verma BJP 1,06,014 44.77 Afzaal Kausar SP 95,536 40.35 10,478
150 Sevata 71.04 Gyan Tiwari BJP 1,08,057 47.43 Mahendra Kumar Singh SP 87,619 39.34 20,438
151 Mahmoodabad 69.66 Asha Maurya BJP 92,091 41.91 Narendra Singh Verma SP 86,869 39.51 5,222
152 Sidhauli (SC) 68.62 Manish Rawat BJP 1,06,222 43.58 Dr. Hargovind Bhargawa SP 96,506 39.6 9,716
153 Misrikh (SC) 61.527 Ramkrishna Bhargava BJP 91,092 41.15 Manoj Kumar Raghuvanshi SBSP 79,627 35.97 11,465
Hardoi District
154 Sawayazpur 61.54 Madhavendra Pratap BJP 1,14,623 46.03 Padamrag Singh Yadav SP 88,576 35.68 26,047 23 February 2022
155 Shahabad 65.76 Rajni Tiwari BJP 94,561 40.49 Asif Khan Babbu SP 88,082 37.72 6,479
156 Hardoi 57.52 Nitin Agarwal BJP 1,26,750 53.19 Anil Verma SP 84,339 35.39 42,411
157 Gopamau (SC) 61.99 Shyam Prakash BJP 91,762 43.07 Rajeshwari SP 83,764 39.32 7,998
158 Sandi (SC) 58.89 Prabhash Kumar BJP 81,519 41.7 Usha Verma SP 72,286 36.97 9,233
159 Bilgram-Mallanwan 61.47 Ashish Kumar Singh ‘Ashu' BJP 82,075 34.96 Brijesh Kumar Verma SP 57,185 24.36 24,890
160 Balamau (SC) 55.12 Rampal Verma BJP 81,994 42.84 Rambali Verma SP 55,570 29.13 26,424
161 Sandila 59.92 Alka Singh BJP 1,01,730 49.76 Abdul Mannan BSP 64,627 31.61 37,103
Unnao District
162 Bangarmau 56.94 Shrikant Kotiyar BJP 90,980 44.7 Dr. Munna SP 75,187 36.94 15,793 23 February 2022
163 Safipur (SC) 57.05 Bambalal BJP 1,02,968 52.13 Sudhir Kumar SP 68,836 34.85 34,132
164 Mohan (SC) 61.82 Brajrsh Kumar BJP 1,13,291 53.45 Dr. Anchal SP 70,112 33.08 43,179
165 Unnao 59.96 Pankaj Gupta BJP 126,670 51.62 Abhinav Kumar SP 95,542 38.94 31,128
166 Bhagwantnagar 59.31 Ashutosh Shukla BJP 127,118 51.28 Ankit Parihar SP 84,108 33.93 43,010
167 Purwa 61.62 Anil Kumar Singh BJP 133,827 52.27 Uday Raj SP 1,02,766 40.14 31,061
Lucknow District
168 Malihabad (SC) 66.68 Jai Devi BJP 1,06,372 44.15 Surendra Kumar SP 98,627 40.93 7,745 23 February 2022
169 Bakshi Kaa Talab 69.82 Yogesh Shukla BJP 1,47,922 46.36 Gomti Yadav SP 1,20,134 37.65 27,788
170 Sarojini Nagar 57.71 Rajeshwar Singh BJP 1,60,626 49.07 Abhishek Mishra SP 1,04,440 31.9 56,186
171 Lucknow West 58.29 Armaan Khan SP 1,24,497 48.19 Anjali Kumar Srivastava BJP 1,16,313 45.03 8,184
172 Lucknow North 56.29 Dr. Neeraj Bora BJP 1,39,159 53.3 Pooja Shukla SP 1,05,206 40.29 33,953
173 Lucknow East 56.27 Ashutosh Tandon BJP 1,52,928 59.4 Anurag Bhadouria SP 84,197 32.7 68,731
174 Lucknow Central 56.81 Ravidas Mehotra SP 1,04,488 49.62 Rajnish Kumar Gupta BJP 93,553 44.43 10,935
175 Lucknow Cantonment 53.7 Brajesh Pathak BJP 1,08,147 54.7 Surendra Singh Gandhi 'Raju Gandhi' SP 68,635 34.71 39,512
176 Mohanlalganj (SC) 67.69 Amresh Kumar BJP 1,07,089 43.58 Sushila Saroj SP 90,541 36.84 16,548
Raebareli District
177 Bachhrawan (SC) 62.17 Shyam Sunder SP 65,747 31.38 Laxmikant AD(S) 62,935 30.04 2,812 23 February 2022
Amethi District
178 Tiloi 58.31 Mayankeshwar Sharan Singh BJP 99,472 48.54 Mohd Naim SP 71,643 34.96 27,829 27 February 2022
Raebareli District
179 Harchandpur 63.09 Rahul Rajpoot SP 92,498 45.87 Rakesh Singh BJP 78,009 38.69 14,489 23 February 2022
180 Rae Bareli 62.32 Aditi Singh BJP 102,429 44.51 Ram Pratap Yadav SP 95,254 41.4 7,175
181 Salon (SC) 57.35 Ashok Kumar BJP 87,715 43.79 Jagdish Prasad SP 85,604 42.73 1,511 27 February 2022
182 Sareni 58.34 Devendra Pratap Singh SP 66,166 30.53 Dhirendra Bahadur Singh BJP 62,359 28.78 3,807 23 February 2022
183 Unchahar 62.54 Manoj Kumar Pandey SP 82,514 38.92 Amarpal Maurya BJP 75,893 35.79 6,621
Amethi District
184 Jagdishpur (SC) 53.72 Suresh Kumar BJP 89,315 43.94 Vijay Kumar INC 66,491 32.71 22,824 27 February 2022
185 Gauriganj 57.94 Rakesh Pratap Singh SP 79,040 38.96 Chandra Prakash Mishra Matiyari BJP 72,077 35.53 6,963
186 Amethi 54.27 Maharaj Prajapati SP 88,217 46.46 Sanjaya Sinh BJP 70,121 39.93 18,096
Sultanpur District
187 Isauli 56.54 Mohd Tahir Khan SP 69,629 34.34 Om Prakash Pandey BJP 69,360 34.21 269 27 February 2022
188 Sultanpur 57.68 Vinod Singh BJP 92,715 42.24 Anoop Sanda SP 91,706 41.78 1,009
189 Sultanpur Sadar 59.1 Raj Prasad Upadhyay BJP 85,249 41.89 Arun Verma SP 69,495 34.15 15,754
190 Lambhua 57.12 Sitaram Verma BJP 82,999 39.37 Santosh Pandey SP 73,466 34.85 9,533
191 Kadipur (SC) 58.48 Rajesh Kumar Gautam BJP 96,405 43.44 Bhagelu Ram SP 70,682 31.85 25,723
Farrukhabad District
192 Kaimganj 61.46 Dr. Surabhi AD(S) 1,14,952 47.65 Sarvesh Ambedkar SP 96,409 39.97 18,543 20 February 2022
193 Amritpur 59.16 Sushil Kumar Shakya BJP 98,848 53.1 Dr. Jitendra Singh Yadav SP 54,162 29.1 44,686
194 Farrukhabad 56 Sunil Dutt Dwivedi BJP 1,12,314 53.83 Suman Shakya SP 72,988 34.99 39,326
195 Bhojpur 61.66 Nagendra Singh Rathore BJP 99,979 50.68 Arshad Jamal Siddiqui SP 72,521 36.76 27,468
Kannauj District
196 Chhibramau 60.76 Archana Pandey BJP 1,24,773 44.31 Arvind Singh Yadav SP 1,23,662 43.91 1,111 20 February 2022
197 Tirwa 62.63 Kailash Singh Rajput BJP 1,06,089 44.51 Anil Kumar Pal SP 1,01,481 42.57 4,608
198 Kannauj (SC) 63.29 Asim Arun BJP 1,20,876 44.53 Anil Kumar Dohare SP 1,14,786 42.29 6,090
Etawah District
199 Jaswantnagar 64.69 Shivpal Singh Yadav SP 1,59,718 62.97 Vivek Shakya BJP 68,739 27.1 90,979 20 February 2022
200 Etawah 60.4 Sarita Bhadauria BJP 98,150 39.97 Sarvesh Kumar Shakya SP 94,166 38.35 3,984
201 Bharthana (SC) 60.53 Raghavendra Gautam SP 1,03,676 42.02 Siddharth Shanker BJP 96,117 38.96 7,559
Auraiya District
202 Bidhuna 62.61 Rekha Verma SP 92,757 42.59 Riya Shakya BJP 89,492 39.19 3,265 20 February 2022
203 Dibiyapur 62.03 Pradeep Kumar Yadav SP 80,865 40.34 Lakhan Singh Rajput BJP 80,392 40.1 473
204 Auraiya (SC) 58.8 Gudiya Katheriya BJP 88,631 45.28 Jitendra Kumar Dohare SP 66,184 33.81 22,447
Kanpur Dehat District
205 Rasulabad (SC) 60.63 Poonam Sankhwar BJP 91,783 46.77 Kamlesh Chandra Diwakar SP 70,271 35.8 21,512 20 February 2022
206 Akbarpur-Raniya 64.73 Pratibha Shukla BJP 92,827 43.82 Dr. Ram Prakash Kushwaha SP 79,410 37.49 13,417
207 Sikandra 60.1 Ajit Singh Pal BJP 89,461 44.89 Prabhakar Pandey SP 57,894 29.05 31,567
208 Bhognipur 62.27 Rakesh Sachan BJP 87,809 40.25 Narendra Pal Singh SP 75,916 34.8 11,893
Kanpur Nagar District
209 Bilhaur (SC) 62.23 Rahul Bachha Sonkar BJP 1,23,094 50.34 Rachna Singh SP 80,743 33.02 42,351 20 February 2022
210 Bithoor 65.59 Abhijeet Singh Sanga BJP 1,07,330 44.46 Munendra Shukla SP 86,257 35.73 21,073
211 Kalyanpur 52.89 Neelima Katiyar BJP 98,997 52.71 Satish Kumar Nigam SP 77,462 41.24 21,535
212 Govindnagar 54.66 Surendra Maithani BJP 1,17,501 61.03 Vikas Yadav SP 36,605 19.05 80,896
213 Sishamau 56.83 Haji Irfan Solanki SP 79,163 50.68 Salil Vishnoi BJP 66,897 42.83 12,266
214 Arya Nagar 50.95 Amitabh Bajpai SP 76,897 50.56 Suresh Awasthi BJP 68,973 45.35 7,924
215 Kidwai Nagar 59.06 Mahesh Trivedi BJP 1,14,111 55.39 Ajay Kapoor INC 76,351 37.06 37,760
216 Kanpur Cantonment 52.37 Mohammed Hasan SP 94,729 49.99 Raghunandan Singh Bhadauria BJP 74,742 39.44 19,987
217 Maharajpur 56.25 Satish Mahana BJP 1,52,883 60.6 Fateh Bahadur Singh Gill SP 70,622 28 82,261
218 Ghatampur (SC) 60.55 Saroj Kureel AD(S) 81,727 41.6 Bhagwati Prasad Sagar SP 67,253 34.23 14,474
Jalaun District
219 Madhogarh 57.21 Moolchandra Singh BJP 1,05,231 41.29 Sheetal Kushwaha BSP 70,257 27.57 34,974 20 February 2022
220 Kalpi 59.99 Vinod Chaturvedi SP 69,782 29.48 Chhote Singh NISHAD 66,966 28.29 2,816
221 Orai (SC) 60.93 Gauri Shankar BJP 1,28,644 47.45 Dayashankar Verma SP 90,996 33.56 37,648
Jhansi District
222 Babina 70.73 Rajeev Singh 'Parichha' BJP 1,18,343 50.44 Yashpal Singh Yadav SP 73,814 31.46 44,529 20 February 2022
223 Jhansi Nagar 59.88 Ravi Sharma BJP 1,48,262 58.65 Sitaram Kushwaha SP 71,909 28.45 76,353
224 Mauranipur (SC) 66.95 Rashmi Arya AD(S) 1,43,577 51.83 Tilak Chandra Ahirwar SP 84,982 30.68 58,595
225 Garautha 67.06 Jawahar Singh Rajput BJP 1,14,059 48.34 Deep Narayan Singh SP 80,397 34.07 33,662
Lalitpur District
226 Lalitpur 68.27 Ramratan Kushwaha BJP 1,76,550 52.99 Chandrabhusan Singh Bundela Guddu Raja BSP 69,335 20.81 1,07,215 20 February 2022
227 Mehroni (SC) 74.86 Manohar Lal BJP 1,84,778 54.86 Kiran Ramesh Khatik BSP 74,327 22.07 1,10,451
Hamirpur District
228 Hamirpur 63.65 Manoj Kumar Prajapati BJP 1,05,432 40.14 Ram Prakash Prajapati SP 79,947 30.44 25,485 20 February 2022
229 Rath (SC) 64.84 Manisha Anuragi BJP 1,39,373 53.79 Chandravati SP 77,394 29.87 61,979
Mahoba District
230 Mahoba 65.4 Rakesh Goswami BJP 94,490 45.61 Manoj Tiwari SP 51,043 24.64 43,447 20 February 2022
231 Charkhari 64.39 Brijbhushan Rajpoot BJP 1,02,051 45.75 Ramjeevan Yadav SP 60,170 26.97 41,881
Banda District
232 Tindwari 61.63 Ramakesh Nishad BJP 86,812 44.24 Brijesh Prajapati SP 58,387 29.76 28,425 23 February 2022
233 Baberu 60.75 Vishambhar Singh Yadav SP 79,614 38.75 Ajay Kumar BJP 72,221 35.15 7,393
234 Naraini (SC) 62.5 Smt. Ommani Verma BJP 83,263 38.91 Kiran Verma SP 76,544 35.77 6,719
235 Banda 63.59 Prakash Dwivedi BJP 81,557 41.34 Manjula Singh SP 66,343 33.63 15,214
Chitrakoot District
236 Chitrakoot 64.61 Anil Pradhan Patel SP 104,771 43.23 Chandrika Prasad Upadhyay BJP 83,895 34.62 20,876 27 February 2022
237 Manikpur 61.34 Avinash Chandra Dwivedi AD(S) 73,132 35.17 Veer Singh Patel SP 72,084 34.67 1,048
Fatehpur District
238 Jahanabad 61.16 Rajendra Singh Patel BJP 78,503 41.21 Madan Gopal Verma SP 60,311 31.66 18,192 23 February 2022
239 Bindki 60.98 Jai Kumar Singh Jaiki AD(S) 78,165 40.96 Rameshwar Dayal urf Dayalu Omer SP 74,368 38.97 3,797
240 Fatehpur 59.87 Chandra Prakash Lodhi SP 96,839 45.24 Vikram Singh BJP 88,238 41.22 8,601
241 Ayah Shah 58.44 Vikas Gupta BJP 71,231 44.40 Vishambhar Prasad Nishad SP 58,225 36.30 13,006
242 Husainganj 61.85 Smt. Usha Maurya SP 91,884 48.78 Ranvendra Pratap Singh BJP 66,703 35.41 25,181
243 Khaga (SC) 58.34 Krishna Paswan BJP 83,735 41.87 Ramthirth Paramhans SP 78,226 39.12 5,509
Pratapgarh District
244 Rampur Khas 52.3 Aradhana Misra Mona INC 84,334 50.27 Nagesh Pratap Singh BJP 69,593 41.49 14,741 27 February 2022
245 Babaganj (SC) 52.18 Vinod Kumar JD(L) 67,282 40.34 Girish Chandra SP 51,515 30.8 15,767
246 Kunda 55.2 Raghuraj Pratap Singh JD(L) 99,612 50.58 Gulshan Yadav SP 69,297 35.19 30,315
247 Vishwanathganj 50.28 Jeet Lal Patel AD(S) 86,829 43.21 Saurabh Singh SP 38,777 19.3 48,052
248 Pratapgarh 55.18 Rajendra Maurya BJP 89,762 45.8 Krishna Patel AD(K) 64,699 33.01 25,063
249 Patti 60.52 Ram Singh SP 1,08,070 48.73 Rajendra Pratap Singh BJP 86,019 38.79 22,051
250 Raniganj 56.15 Rakesh Kumar Verma SP 75,583 40.05 Dhiraj Ojha BJP 72,934 38.65 2,649
Kaushambi District
251 Sirathu 59.9 Pallavi Patel SP 106,278 46.49 Keshav Prasad Maurya BJP 98,941 43.28 7,337 27 February 2022
252 Manjhanpur (SC) 61.77 Indrajit Saroj SP 121,506 47.20 Lal Bahadur BJP 97,628 37.93 23,878
253 Chail 57.75 Pooja Pal SP 88,818 39.65 Nagendra Pratap Singh Patel AD(S) 75,609 33.76 13,209
Prayagraj District
254 Phaphamau 57.56 Guruprasad Maurya BJP 91,186 43.26 Ansar Ahmad SP 76,862 36,47 14,324 27 February 2022
255 Soraon (SC) 58.68 Geeta Pasi SP 91,474 40.99 Jamuna Prasad AD(S) 85,884 38.48 5,590
256 Phulpur 60.32 Praveen Patel BJP 1,03,557 42 Mujataba Siddiqui SP 1,00,825 40.89 2,732
257 Pratappur 55.92 Vijama Yadav SP 91,142 40.09 Rakesh Dhar Tripathi AD(S) 80,186 35.27 10,956
258 Handia 53.47 Hakim Lal Bind SP 84,417 39.36 Prashant Kumar Singh Rahul NISHAD 80,874 37.71 3,543
259 Meja 57.22 Sandeep Singh SP 78,555 42.12 Neelam Karwariya BJP 75,116 40.28 3,439
260 Karachhana 58.06 Piyush Ranjan Nishad BJP 89,527 44.06 Ujjwal Raman Singh SP 80,199 39.47 9,328
261 Allahabad West 48.49 Sidharth Nath Singh BJP 1,18,759 53.29 Richa Singh SP 88,826 39.86 29,933
262 Allahabad North 39.77 Harshvardhan Bajpai BJP 96,890 55.07 Sandeep Yadav SP 42,007 23.88 54,883
263 Allahabad South 44.27 Nand Gopal Gupta BJP 97,864 54.14 Raish Chandra Shukla SP 71,682 39.66 26,182
264 Bara (SC) 61.25 Vachaspati AD(S) 89,203 43.49 Ajay Munna SP 76,739 37.38 12,464
265 Koraon (SC) 59.04 Rajmani Kol BJP 84,587 40.74 Ram Deo SP 60,100 28.95 24,487
Barabanki District
266 Kursi 73.03 Sakendra Pratap Verma BJP 1,18,720 41.15 Rakesh Verma SP 1,18,503 41.07 217 27 February 2022
267 Ramnagar 69.6 Fareed Mahfooz Kidwai SP 98,799 41.96 Sharad Kumar Awasthi BJP 98,538 41.85 261
268 Barabanki 67.93 Dharmraj Singh Yadav SP 1,25,500 47.11 Dr. Ramkumari Maurya BJP 90,450 33.95 35,050
269 Zaidpur (SC) 70 Gaurav Kumar SP 1,13,558 40.86 Ambrish Rawat BJP 1,10,576 39.79 2,982
270 Dariyabad 66.32 Satish Sharma BJP 1,27,983 46.87 Arvind Kumar Singh Gope SP 95,366 35.03 32,617
Ayodhya District
271 Rudauli 61.38 Ram Chandra Yadav BJP 94,031 42.95 Anand Sen SP 53,415 24.4 40,616 27 February 2022
Barabanki District
272 Haidergarh (SC) 65.78 Dinesh Rawat BJP 1,17,113 50.9 Ram Magan Rawat SP 91,422 39.73 25,691 27 February 2022
Ayodhya District
273 Milkipur (SC) 60.44 Awadhesh Prasad SP 1,03,905 47.99 Baba Gorakhnath BJP 90,567 41.83 13,338 27 February 2022
274 Bikapur 63.65 Amit Singh Chauhan BJP 1,07,268 44.24 Firoz Khan SP 1,01,708 42.04 5,560
275 Ayodhya 60.53 Ved Prakash Gupta BJP 1,13,414 49.04 Tej Narayan Pandey SP 93,424 40.4 19,990
276 Goshainganj 61.07 Abhay Singh SP 1,05,863 43.87 Arti Tiwari BJP 92,784 38.45 13,079
Ambedkar Nagar District
277 Katehari 62.79 Lalji Verma SP 93,524 37.78 Avadhesh Kumar NISHAD 85,828 34.67 7,696 3 March 2022
278 Tanda 66.43 Ram Murti Verma SP 95,263 43.49 Kapil Deo BJP 63,166 28.84 32,097
279 Alapur (SC) 61.37 Tribhuwan Dutt SP 74,165 35.55 Triveniram BJP 64,782 31.05 9,383
280 Jalalpur 63.6 Rakesh Pandey SP 93,668 36.18 Dr. Rajesh Singh BSP 80,038 30.91 13,630
281 Akbarpur 64.6 Ram Achal Rajbhar SP 81,391 38.14 Dharmraj Nishad BJP 69,595 32.39 12,336
Bahraich District
282 Balha (SC) 59.22 Saroj Sonkar BJP 1,00,483 46.78 Akshaybar Nath Kanaujiya SP 83,910 39.06 16,573 27 February 2022
283 Nanpara 58.07 Ram Niwas Verma AD(S) 87,689 43.91 Madhuri Verma SP 75,505 37.81 12,184
284 Matera 62.64 Mariya Shah SP 1,02,255 48.13 Arun Veer Singh BJP 91,827 43.24 10,428
285 Mahasi 63.06 Sureshwar Singh BJP 1,17,883 54.58 Krishna Kumar Ojha SP 75,199 34.82 42,684
286 Bahraich 59.04 Anupma Jaiswal BJP 1,07,628 46.45 Yasar Shah SP 1,03,550 44.69 4,078
287 Payagpur 59.12 Subhash Tripathi BJP 1,10,162 47.77 Mukesh Srivastava SP 98,106 42.54 12,056
288 Kaiserganj 58.13 Anand Kumar SP 1,03,195 45.51 Gaurav Verma BJP 95,424 42.11 7,771
Shrawasti District
289 Bhinga 58.76 Indrani Devi SP 1,03,661 44.85 Padam Sen Chaudhary BJP 90,087 38.98 13,574 27 February 2022
290 Shrawasti 60.81 Ram Feran Pandey BJP 98,640 38.98 Mohhamad Aslam Rainee SP 97,183 38.4 1,457
Balrampur District
291 Tulsipur 52.81 Kailash Nath BJP 87,092 42.92 Zeba Rizwan IND 51,251 25.27 35,841 3 March 2022
292 Gainsari 51.94 Shiv Pratap Yadav SP 75,345 39.68 Shailesh Kumar Singh BJP 69,508 36.61 5,837
293 Utraula 45.07 Ram Pratap Verma BJP 87,162 44.43 Haseeb Hasan Khan SP 65,393 33.93 21,769
294 Balrampur (SC) 48.3 Paltu Ram BJP 1,01,146 48.93 Jagram Paswan SP 90,175 43.62 10,971
Gonda District
295 Mehnaun 58.58 Vinay Kumar Dwivedi BJP 1,07,237 50.05 Nandita Shukla SP 84,109 39.22 23,128 27 February 2022
296 Gonda 57.54 Prateek Bhushan Singh BJP 96,528 48.21 Suraj Singh SP 89,828 44.87 6,700
297 Katra Bazar 60.54 Bawan Singh BJP 1,12,291 47.86 Baijnath Dubey SP 93,834 39.99 18,457
298 Colonelganj 58.64 Ajay Kumar Singh BJP 1,08,109 55.8 Yogesh Pratap Singh SP 72,637 37.49 35,472
299 Tarabganj 57.46 Prem Narayan Pandey BJP 1,25,325 59.39 Ram Bhajan Chaubey SP 71,365 33.95 53,690
300 Mankapur (SC) 55.2 Ramapati Shastri BJP 1,05,677 57.69 Ramesh Chandra SP 63,328 34.57 42,349
301 Gaura 53.79 Prabhat Kumar Verma BJP 73,545 42.62 Sanjay Kumar SP 50,571 29.31 22,974
Siddharthnagar District
302 Shohratgarh 52.81 Vinay Verma AD(S) 71,062 37.46 Prem Chand Nishad SBSP 46,599 22.56 24,463 3 March 2022
303 Kapilvastu (SC) 55.71 Shyamdhani Rahi BJP 1,22,940 48.72 Vinay Paswan SP 92,001 36.46 30,939
304 Bansi 49.51 Jai Pratap Singh BJP 84,596 44.82 Monu Dubey SP 64,256 34.04 20,340
305 Itwa 49.56 Mata Prasad Pandey SP 64,253 38.54 Satish Chandra Dwiwedi BJP 62,591 37.55 1,662
306 Domariyaganj 50.42 Saiyadha Khatoon SP 85,098 41.19 Raghvendra Pratap Singh BJP 84,327 40.82 771
Basti District
307 Harraiya 56.91 Ajay Kumar Singh BJP 88,200 39.75 Triyambak Pathak SP 69,871 31.57 18,329 3 March 2022
308 Kaptanganj 59.09 Kavindra Chaudhary SP 94,273 43.66 Chandra Prakash Shukla BJP 70,094 32.46 24,179
309 Rudhauli 54.47 Rajendra Chaudhary SP 86,360 36.82 Sangeeta Pratap Jaiswal BJP 71,134 30.33 15,226
310 Basti Sadar 58.56 Mahendra Nath Yadav SP 86,029 39.81 Dayaram Choudhary BJP 84,250 38.99 1,779
311 Mahadewa (SC) 58.16 Doodh Ram SBSP 83,350 39.47 Ravi Kumar Sonkar BJP 77,855 36.87 5,495
Sant Kabir Nagar District
312 Menhdawal 52.9 Anil Kumar Tripathi NISHAD 90,193 37.23 Jay Chand SP 84,970 35.08 5,223 3 March 2022
313 Khalilabad 54.72 Ankur Tiwari BJP 76,086 30.36 Digvijay Narayan SP 63,464 25.32 12,262
314 Dhanghata (SC) 55.81 Ganesh Chandra BJP 83,241 38.50 Alagu Prasad SBSP 72,688 33.62 10,553
Maharajganj District
315 Pharenda 60.9 Virendra Chaudhary INC 85,181 40.28 Bajrang Bahadur Singh BJP 83,935 35.69 1,246 3 March 2022
316 Nautanwa 61.5 Rishi Tripathi NISHAD 90,263 40.03 Kunwar Kaushal Singh SP 74,392 33.23 15,691
317 Siswa 65.51 Prem Sagar Patel BJP 1,27,673 50.05 Sushil Kumar Tibrewal SP 64,942 25.46 62,731
318 Maharajganj (SC) 63.45 Jai Mangal Kanojiya BJP 1,36,071 51.08 Nirmesh Mangal IND 59,168 22.53 76,903
319 Paniyara 61.36 Gyanendra Singh BJP 1,35,463 52.11 Krishnabhan Singh Sainthwar SP 74,035 28.48 61,428
Gorakhpur District
320 Caimpiyarganj 58.48 Fateh Bahadur Singh BJP 1,22,032 54.38 Kajal Nishad SP 79,376 35.37 42,656 3 March 2022
321 Pipraich 63.73 Mahendra Pal Singh BJP 1,41,780 54.86 Amrendra Nishad SP 76,423 29.57 65,357
322 Gorakhpur Urban 53.8 Yogi Adityanath BJP 1,65,499 66.18 Subhawati Upendra Dutt Shukla SP 62,109 24.84 1,03,390
323 Gorakhpur Rural 60.79 Bipin Singh BJP 1,26,376 49.59 Vijay Bahadur Yadav SP 1,02,306 40.14 24,070
324 Sahajanwa 59.13 Pradeep Shukla BJP 1,05,981 47.21 Yashwant Singh Rawat SP 62,575 27.87 43,406
325 Khajani (SC) 52.31 Sriram Chauhan BJP 90,210 45.31 Rupawati Beldar SP 53,109 26.71 37,101
326 Chauri-Chaura 57.99 Sarvan Kumar Nishad BJP 91,958 44.65 Captain Brijesh Chandra Lal Paswan SP 50,831 24.68 41,127
327 Bansgaon (SC) 49.48 Vimlesh Paswan BJP 87,224 46.26 Sanjay Kumar SP 54,915 29.13 32,209
328 Chillupar 52.98 Rajesh Tripathi BJP 96,777 42.49 Vinay Shankar Tiwari SP 75,132 32.98 21,645
Kushinagar District
329 Khadda 60.27 Vivek Anand Pandey NISHAD 88,291 43.08 Vijay Pratap Kushwaha IND 46,840 22.85 41,451 3 March 2022
330 Padrauna 60.1 Manish Jaiswal BJP 1,14,496 49.8 Vikram Yadav SP 72,488 31.53 42,008
331 Tamkuhi Raj 56.6 Asim Kumar BJP 1,15,123 50.81 Uday Narayan SP 48,651 21.47 66,472
332 Fazilnagar 56.2 Surendra Kumar Kushwaha BJP 1,16,029 51.61 Swami Prasad Maurya SP 71,015 31.15 45,014
333 Kushinagar 59.23 Panchanand Pathak BJP 1,15,268 52.14 Rajesh Pratap Rao SP 80,478 36.4 34,790
334 Hata 58 Mohan Verma BJP 1,20,666 55.7 Ranvijay Singh SP 61,301 28.3 59,365
335 Ramkola (SC) 57.58 Vinay Prakash Gond BJP 1,24,792 58.27 Purnmasi Dehati SBSP 52,249 24.4 72,543
Deoria District
336 Rudrapur 56.59 Jai Prakash Nishad BJP 78,187 42.99 Ram Bhuwal Nishad SP 36,251 19.93 41,936 3 March 2022
337 Deoria 56.69 Shalabh Mani Tripathi BJP 1,06,701 53.52 Ajay Pratap Singh Sainthwar SP 66,046 33.13 40,655
338 Pathardeva 59.37 Surya Pratap Shahi BJP 93,858 46.65 Brahma Shankar Tripathi SP 65,177 32.4 28,681
339 Rampur Karkhana 58.08 Surendra Chaurasia BJP 90,742 43.85 Ghazala Lari SP 76,072 36.76 14,670
340 Bhatpar Rani 57.43 Sabha Kumar Kushwaha BJP 91,282 46.98 Ashutosh Upadhyay SP 73,200 37.68 18,082
341 Salempur (SC) 51.65 Vijay Laxmi Gautam BJP 82,047 46.15 Manbodh Prasad SBSP 65,439 36.8 16,608
342 Barhaj 58.11 Deepak Mishra BJP 85,758 46.33 Murli Manohar Jaiswal SP 68,897 37.22 16,861
Azamgarh District
343 Atrauliya 60.86 Dr. Sangram Singh Yadav SP 91,502 39.55 Prashant Singh NISHAD 74,255 32.10 17,247 7 March 2022
344 Gopalpur 58.94 Nafis Ahmed SP 84,401 40.87 Satyendra Rai BJP 60,094 29.10 24,307
345 Sagri 57.77 Hriday Narayan Singh Patel SP 83,093 42.76 Smt. Vandana Singh BJP 60,578 31.17 22,515
346 Mubarakpur 63.29 Akhilesh Yadav SP 80,726 36.02 Arvind Jaiswal BJP 51,623 23.03 29,103
347 Azamgarh 59.64 Durga Prasad Yadav SP 100,813 42.66 Akhilesh Kumar Mishra BJP 84,777 35.87 16,036
348 Nizamabad 56.4 Alambadi SP 79,835 43.22 Manoj BJP 45,648 24.71 34,187
349 Phoolpur Pawai 58.77 Ramakant Yadav SP 81,164 42 Ramsurat Rajbhar BJP 55,858 28.91 25,306
350 Didarganj 54.98 Kamalakant Rajbhar SP 74,342 36.99 Krishna Murari Vishwakarma BJP 60,781 30.25 13,561
351 Lalganj (SC) 53.65 Bechai Saroj SP 83,767 38.31 Neelam Sonkar BJP 69,034 31.57 14,733
352 Mehnagar (SC) 54.67 Puja Saroj SP 86,960 39.35 Manju Saroj BJP 72,811 32.94 14,149
Mau District
353 Madhuban 55.54 Ramvilash Chauhan BJP 79,032 35.24 Umesh Pandey SP 74,584 33.26 4,448 7 March 2022
354 Ghosi 58.53 Dara Singh Chauhan SP 108,430 42.21 Vijay Rajbhar BJP 86,214 33.57 22,216
355 Muhammadabad-Gohna (SC) 60 Rajendra Kumar SP 94,688 41.48 Smt. Poonam Saroj BJP 68,039 29.80 26,649
356 Mau 57.92 Abbas Ansari SBSP 124,691 44.69 Ashok Singh BJP 86,575 31.03 38,116
Ballia District
357 Belthara Road (SC) 55.72 Hansu Ram SBSP 78,995 39.57 Chhattu Ram BJP 73,481 36.81 5,514 3 March 2022
358 Rasara 56.28 Umashankar Singh BSP 87,887 43.82 Mahendra SBSP 81,304 40.54 6,583
359 Sikanderpur 57.3 Jiyauddin Rizvi SP 75,446 42.75 Sanjay Yadav BJP 63,591 36.03 11,855
360 Phephana 57.27 Sangram Singh SP 92,516 48.78 Upendra Tiwari BJP 73,162 38.57 19,354
361 Ballia Nagar 54.04 Dayashankar Singh BJP 103,873 51.22 Narad Rai SP 77,634 38.28 26,239
362 Bansdih 53.08 Smt. Ketakee Singh BJP 103,305 47.67 Ram Govind Chaudhary SP 81,953 37.82 21,352
363 Bairia 48.11 Jai Prakash Anchal SP 71,241 40.33 Anand Swarup Shukla BJP 58,290 33.00 12,951
Jaunpur District
364 Badlapur 59.03 Ramesh Chandra Mishra BJP 82,391 39.72 Baba Dubey SP 81,065 39.08 1,326 7 March 2022
365 Shahganj 59.13 Ramesh NISHAD 87,233 36.21 Shailendra Yadav Lalai SP 86,514 35.91 719
366 Jaunpur 57.03 Girish Yadav BJP 97,760 39.35 Mohd. Arshad Khan SP 89,708 36.11 8,052
367 Malhani 60.28 Lucky Yadav SP 97,357 42.57 Dhananjay Singh JD(U) 79,830 34.91 17,527
368 Mungra Badshahpur 56.85 Pankaj SP 92,048 41.90 Ajay Dubey BJP 86,818 39.52 5,230
369 Machhlishahr (SC) 54.3 Dr. Ragini SP 91,659 41.99 Mihilal Gautam BJP 83,175 38.10 8,484
370 Mariyahu 57.38 Dr. RK Patel AD(S) 76,007 39.25 Sushma Patel SP 74,801 38.62 1,206
371 Zafrabad 56.05 Jagdish Narayan SBSP 90,620 40.57 Harendra Prasad Singh BJP 84,328 37.76 6,292
372 Kerakat (SC) 57.65 Toofani Saroj SP 94,022 39.13 Dinesh Choudhary BJP 84,178 35.04 9,844
Ghazipur District
373 Jakhanian (SC) 58.89 Bedi SBSP 1,13,378 44.53 Ramraj Vanvasi BJP 76,513 30.05 36,865 7 March 2022
374 Saidpur (SC) 59.06 Ankit Bharti SP 1,09,711 46.36 Subhash Passi BJP 73,076 30.88 36,635
375 Ghazipur Sadar 62.04 Jai Kishan SP 92,472 40.81 Sangeeta Balwant Bind BJP 90,780 40.06 1,692
376 Jangipur 61.16 Veerendra Yadav SP 1,03,125 44.75 Ramnaresh Kushwah BJP 68,062 29.53 35,063
377 Zahoorabad 60.74 Om Prakash Rajbhar SBSP 1,14,860 46.45 Kalicharan Rajbhar BJP 69,228 21.49 45,632
378 Mohammadabad 57.95 Munnu Ansari SP 1,11,443 45.26 Alka Rai BJP 92,684 37.64 18,759
379 Zamania 54.79 Om Prakash Singh SP 94,695 40.57 Sunita Singh BJP 72,239 30.95 22,456
Chandauli District
380 Mughalsarai 60.14 Ramesh Jaiswal BJP 102,216 42.40 Chandra Shekhar Yadav SP 87,295 36.21 14,921 7 March 2022
381 Sakaldiha 63.16 Prabhunath Singh SP 86,328 40.70 Suryamuni Tiwari BJP 69,667 32.84 16,661
382 Saiyadraja 63.02 Sushil Singh BJP 87,891 41.85 Manoj Kumar SP 76,974 36.65 10,917
383 Chakia (SC) 65.22 Kailash Kharvar BJP 97,812 39.63 Jitendra Kumar SP 88,561 35.88 9,251
Varanasi District
384 Pindra 59.05 Awadhesh Kumar Singh BJP 84,325 38.23 Babu Lal BSP 48,766 22.11 35,559 7 March 2022
385 Ajagara (SC) 65.52 Tribhuwan Ram BJP 101,088 41.25 Sunil Sonkar SBSP 91,928 37.51 9,160
386 Shivpur 67.22 Anil Rajbhar BJP 115,231 45.76 Arvind Rajbhar SBSP 87,544 34.77 27,687
387 Rohaniya 60.39 Dr. Sunil Patel AD(S) 118,663 48.08 Abhay Patel AD(K) 72,191 29.25 46,472
388 Varanasi North 57.65 Ravindra Jaiswal BJP 134,471 54.61 Ashfaque SP 93,695 38.05 40,776
389 Varanasi South 60.51 Neelkanth Tiwari BJP 99,622 50.88 Kameshwar (Kishan Dixit) SP 88,900 45.41 10,722
390 Varanasi Cantt. 53.89 Saurabh Srivastava BJP 147,833 60.63 Pooja Yadav SP 60,989 25.01 86,844
391 Sevapuri 63.83 Neel Ratan Singh Patel BJP 105,163 47.60 Surendra Singh Patel SP 82,632 37.41 22,531
Bhadohi District
392 Bhadohi 58.33 Zahid Baig SP 100,738 40.24 Ravindra Tripathi BJP 95,853 38.29 4,885 7 March 2022
393 Gyanpur 55.66 Vipul Dubey NISHAD 73,446 34.12 Ram Kishore Bind SP 67,215 31.23 6,231
394 Aurai (SC) 59.5 Dinanath Bhashkar BJP 93,691 41.69 Smt. Anjani SP 92,044 40.95 1,647
Mirzapur District
395 Chhanbey (SC) 57.91 Rahul Prakash Kol AD(S) 102,502 47.29 Kirti SP 64,389 29.71 38,113 7 March 2022
396 Mirzapur 56.46 Ratnakar Mishra BJP 118,642 52.09 Kailash Chaurasia SP 78,766 34.58 39,876
397 Majhawan 61.68 Dr. Vinod Kumar Bind NISHAD 103,235 42.07 Rohit Shukla SP 69,648 28.38 33,587
398 Chunar 62.33 Anurag Singh BJP 110,980 50.26 Ramashankar Prasad Singh AD(K) 63,366 28.70 47,614
399 Marihan 64.59 Ramashankar Patel BJP 105,377 44.51 Narendra Singh Kushwaha BSP 42,466 17.94 62,911
Sonbhadra District
400 Ghorawal 63.5 Anil Kumar Maurya BJP 101,277 40.46 Ramesh Chandra Dubey SP 77,355 30.90 23,922 7 March 2022
401 Robertsganj 61.06 Bhupesh Chaubey BJP 84,496 40.29 Avinash Kushwaha SP 78,875 37.61 5,621
402 Obra (ST) 49.8 Sanjeev Kumar Gond BJP 78,364 48.04 Arvind Kumar SP 51,922 31.83 26,442
403 Duddhi (ST) 61.58 Ram Dular Gaur BJP 84,407 41.28 Vijay Singh Gour SP 78,110 38.20 6,297

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