The following is the list of the parliamentary constituencies in Uttarakhand as of recent-most delimitation of the Lok Sabha constituencies in 2008.

Lok Sabha

Current constituencies

The Lok Sabha (meaning "House of the People") is the lower house of the Parliament of India. Uttarakhand state elects five members and they are directly elected by the state electorates of Uttarakhand. Members are elected for five years with first-past-the-post voting. The number of seats, allocated to the state/union territory are determined by the population of the state/union territory.

Constituencies of the Lok Sabha in Uttarakhand
Constituencies of the Lok Sabha in Uttarakhand

Keys:   BJP (5)
Source: Parliament of India (Lok Sabha)[1]

Constituency Electors (2019) Assembly constituency segment Current
member
Party Current
house
Election
No. Name Reserved for
(SC/ST)
No. Name Reserved for
SC/ST
1 Tehri Garhwal 1 Purola SC Mala Rajya Laxmi Shah Bharatiya Janata Party 17th Lok Sabha 2019
2 Yamunotri
3 Gangotri
9 Ghansali SC
12 Pratapnagar
13 Tehri
14 Dhanaulti
15 Chakrata ST
16 Vikasnagar
17 Sahaspur
19 Raipur
20 Rajpur Road SC
21 Dehradun Cantonment
22 Mussoorie
2 Garhwal 4 Badrinath Tirath Singh Rawat Bharatiya Janata Party
5 Tharali SC
6 Karnaprayag
7 Kedarnath
8 Rudraprayag
10 Devprayag
11 Narendranagar
36 Yamkeshwar
37 Pauri SC
38 Srinagar
39 Chaubattakhal
40 Lansdowne
41 Kotdwar
61 Ramnagar
3 Almora SC 42 Dharchula Ajay Tamta Bharatiya Janata Party
43 Didihat
44 Pithoragarh
45 Gangolihat SC
46 Kapkot
47 Bageshwar SC
48 Dwarahat
49 Salt
50 Ranikhet
51 Someshwar SC
52 Almora
53 Jageshwar
54 Lohaghat
55 Champawat
4 Nainital–Udhamsingh Nagar 56 Lalkuan Ajay Bhatt Bharatiya Janata Party
57 Bhimtal
58 Nainital SC
59 Haldwani
60 Kaladhungi
62 Jaspur
63 Kashipur
64 Bajpur SC
65 Gadarpur
66 Rudrapur
67 Kichha
68 Sitarganj
69 Nanakmatta ST
70 Khatima
5 Haridwar 18 Dharampur Ramesh Pokhriyal Bharatiya Janata Party
23 Doiwala
24 Rishikesh
25 Haridwar
26 BHEL Ranipur
27 Jwalapur SC
28 Bhagwanpur SC
29 Jhabrera SC
30 Piran Kaliyar
31 Roorkee
32 Khanpur
33 Manglaur
34 Laksar
35 Haridwar Rural

Former constituency

Rajya Sabha

The Rajya Sabha (meaning the "Council of States") is the upper house of the Parliament of India. Uttarakhand state elects three members and they are indirectly elected by the members of Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly. Members are elected for six years and one-third of members are retired after every two years. The number of seats allocated to the party, are determined by the number of seats a party possesses during nomination and the party nominates a member to be voted on. Elections within the state legislatures are held using single transferable voting with proportional representation.

Current members

Keys:   BJP (2)   INC (1)
Source: Parliament of India (Rajya Sabha)[2]

No. Current
member
[3]
Party Date of
appointment
Date of
retirement
Election
1 Pradeep Tamta Indian National Congress 5 July 2016 4 July 2022 2016
2 Anil Baluni Bharatiya Janata Party 3 April 2018 2 April 2024 2018
3 Naresh Bansal Bharatiya Janata Party 26 November 2020 25 November 2026 2020

See also

References

  1. ^ Current Lok Sabha members from Uttarakhand
  2. ^ Current Rajya Sabha members from Uttarakhand
  3. ^ "Statewise List". 164.100.47.5. Retrieved 12 June 2016.