Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly

Uttarakhand Vidhan Sabha
5th Uttarakhand Assembly
Type
Type
Term limits
5 years
History
Founded14 February 2002
Preceded byUttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly
Leadership
Ritu Khanduri Bhushan, BJP
since 26 March 2022
Vacant
since 10 March 2022
Leader of the House
(Chief Minister)
Pushkar Singh Dhami, BJP
since 4 July 2021
Yashpal Arya, INC
since 10 April 2022
Deputy Leader of the Opposition
Bhuwan Chandra Kapri, INC
since 10 April 2022
Sukhbir Singh Sandhu IAS[1]
Structure
Seats70
Political groups
Government (47)
  •   BJP (47)

Official Opposition (19)

Other opposition (3)

Vacant (1)

  •   Vacant (1)
Elections
First-past-the-post
Last election
14 February 2022
Next election
2027
Redistricting2012
Meeting place
Vidhan Bhavan, Gairsain (summer)
Vidhan Bhavan, Dehradun (winter)
Website
Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly
Constitution
Constitution of India

The Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly, also known as the Uttarakhand Vidhan Sabha, is a unicameral governing and law making body of Uttarakhand, one of the 28 states of India. It is seated at Dehradun, the winter capital, and Gairsain, the summer capital of Uttarakhand. The total strength of the assembly is 70 Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLA).

As of March 2022, Pushkar Singh Dhami is the current Chief Minister of Uttarakhand and Leader of the House in the 5th Vidhan Sabha.[2] The Speaker of the Assembly is Ritu Khanduri Bhushan. Gurmit Singh is the current Governor of Uttarakhand.

History

Main article: History of Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly

Composition

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Party Abbr. Seats Leader in the House
Bharatiya Janata Party BJP 47 Pushkar Singh Dhami
Indian National Congress INC 19 Yashpal Arya
Bahujan Samaj Party BSP 01
Independent Ind. 02 N/A
Total 70

Members of Legislative Assembly

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District No. Constituency Name Party Remarks
Uttarkashi 1 Purola (SC) Durgeshwar Lal Bharatiya Janata Party
2 Yamunotri Sanjay Dobhal Independent
3 Gangotri Suresh Chauhan Bharatiya Janata Party
Chamoli 4 Badrinath Rajendra Singh Bhandari Indian National Congress
5 Tharali (SC) Bhupal Ram Tamta Bharatiya Janata Party
6 Karnaprayag Anil Nautiyal Bharatiya Janata Party
Rudraprayag 7 Kedarnath Shaila Rani Rawat Bharatiya Janata Party
8 Rudraprayag Bharat Singh Chaudhary Bharatiya Janata Party
Tehri Garhwal 9 Ghansali (SC) Shakti Lal Shah Bharatiya Janata Party
10 Devprayag Vinod Kandari Bharatiya Janata Party
11 Narendranagar Subodh Uniyal Bharatiya Janata Party Cabinet Minister
12 Pratapnagar Vikram Singh Negi Indian National Congress
13 Tehri Kishore Upadhyaya Bharatiya Janata Party
14 Dhanaulti Pritam Singh Panwar Bharatiya Janata Party
Dehradun 15 Chakrata (ST) Pritam Singh Indian National Congress
16 Vikasnagar Munna Singh Chauhan Bharatiya Janata Party
17 Sahaspur Sahdev Singh Pundir Bharatiya Janata Party
18 Dharampur Vinod Chamoli Bharatiya Janata Party
19 Raipur Umesh Sharma 'Kau' Bharatiya Janata Party
20 Rajpur Road (SC) Khajan Das Bharatiya Janata Party
21 Dehradun Cantonment Savita Kapoor Bharatiya Janata Party
22 Mussoorie Ganesh Joshi Bharatiya Janata Party Cabinet Minister
23 Doiwala Brij Bhushan Gairola Bharatiya Janata Party
24 Rishikesh Premchand Aggarwal Bharatiya Janata Party Cabinet Minister
Haridwar 25 Haridwar Madan Kaushik Bharatiya Janata Party
26 BHEL Ranipur Adesh Chauhan Bharatiya Janata Party
27 Jwalapur (SC) Ravi Bahadur Indian National Congress
28 Bhagwanpur (SC) Mamta Rakesh Indian National Congress
29 Jhabrera (SC) Virendra Kumar Indian National Congress
30 Piran Kaliyar Furqan Ahmad Indian National Congress
31 Roorkee Pradip Batra Bharatiya Janata Party
32 Khanpur Umesh Kumar Independent
33 Manglaur Sarwat Karim Ansari Bahujan Samaj Party Died on 30 October 2023[3]
Vacant
34 Laksar Shahzad Bahujan Samaj Party
35 Haridwar Rural Anupama Rawat Indian National Congress
Pauri Garhwal 36 Yamkeshwar Renu Bisht Bharatiya Janata Party
37 Pauri (SC) Raj Kumar Pori Bharatiya Janata Party
38 Srinagar Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat Bharatiya Janata Party Cabinet Minister
39 Chaubattakhal Satpal Maharaj Bharatiya Janata Party Cabinet Minister
40 Lansdowne Dilip Singh Rawat Bharatiya Janata Party
41 Kotdwar Ritu Khanduri Bhushan Bharatiya Janata Party Speaker
Pithoragarh 42 Dharchula Harish Singh Dhami Indian National Congress
43 Didihat Bishan Singh Chuphal Bharatiya Janata Party
44 Pithoragarh Mayukh Mahar Indian National Congress
45 Gangolihat (SC) Fakir Ram Tamta Bharatiya Janata Party
Bageshwar 46 Kapkot Suresh Singh Garhia Bharatiya Janata Party
47 Bageshwar (SC) Chandan Ram Das Bharatiya Janata Party Died on 26 April 2023[4]
Parwati Dass Elected in September 2023 by-election[5]
Almora 48 Dwarahat Madan Singh Bisht Indian National Congress
49 Salt Mahesh Singh Jeena Bharatiya Janata Party
50 Ranikhet Pramod Nainwal Bharatiya Janata Party
51 Someshwar (SC) Rekha Arya Bharatiya Janata Party Cabinet Minister
52 Almora Manoj Tiwari Indian National Congress
53 Jageshwar Mohan Singh Mahara Bharatiya Janata Party
Champawat 54 Lohaghat Khushal Singh Adhikari Indian National Congress
55 Champawat Kailash Chandra Gahtori Bharatiya Janata Party Kailash Chandra Gahtori resigns, vacates seat for Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami[6]
Pushkar Singh Dhami Bharatiya Janata Party Won in 2022 by-poll[7]
Nainital 56 Lalkuan Mohan Singh Bisht Bharatiya Janata Party
57 Bhimtal Ram Singh Kaira Bharatiya Janata Party
58 Nainital (SC) Sarita Arya Bharatiya Janata Party
59 Haldwani Sumit Hridayesh Indian National Congress
60 Kaladhungi Banshidhar Bhagat Bharatiya Janata Party
61 Ramnagar Diwan Singh Bisht Bharatiya Janata Party
Udham Singh Nagar 62 Jaspur Adesh Singh Chauhan Indian National Congress
63 Kashipur Trilok Singh Cheema Bharatiya Janata Party
64 Bajpur (SC) Yashpal Arya Indian National Congress Leader of Opposition
65 Gadarpur Arvind Pandey Bharatiya Janata Party
66 Rudrapur Shiv Arora Bharatiya Janata Party
67 Kichha Tilak Raj Behar Indian National Congress
68 Sitarganj Saurabh Bahuguna Bharatiya Janata Party Cabinet Minister
69 Nanakmatta (ST) Gopal Singh Rana Indian National Congress
70 Khatima Bhuwan Chandra Kapri Indian National Congress Deputy Leader of Opposition

See also

Notes

References

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  2. ^ Singh, Kautilya (10 March 2021). "Tirath Singh Rawat: BJP's Tirath Singh Rawat to be new Uttarakhand chief minister". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 10 March 2021. Retrieved 10 March 2021.
  3. ^ "BSP legislator Sarwat Karim Ansari dies at 66". The Times of India. 31 October 2023. ISSN 0971-8257. Retrieved 19 December 2023.
  4. ^ "Uttarakhand minister Chandan Ram Dass dies at 65". News9live. 26 April 2023. Retrieved 26 April 2023.
  5. ^ "BJP retains Bageshwar assembly seat in Uttarakhand". Deccan Herald. Retrieved 8 September 2023.
  6. ^ "Champawat MLA Kailash Gahtori resigns, vacates seat for Uttarakhand CM". business-standard.com. 21 April 2022. Retrieved 6 August 2023.
  7. ^ "Pushkar Singh Dhami wins Champawat bypolls by 55,000 votes, retains CM post". The Indian Express. 3 June 2022. Retrieved 3 June 2022.