UP Assembly Election 2017 Date District Wise Polling Booth List PDF


UP Assembly Election

Hello and welcome to all the residents of Uttar Pradesh State who are awaited to know the information about UP
Assembly Election 2017 Date District Wise along with Polling Booth List in PDF file. So guys you will be glad to hear that Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi has declared UP Assembly Election 2017 after reviewing state level preparations of parties. At present various political parties are active to target UP CM chair. Rule of SP may be end now or it may be continue as next UP government for 5 years. Voting will be held in many electoral phases as we have provided below on this page after declaration of Election Commission on 04-01-2017. Now it’s time to answer political parties who will be the first choice of public in UP Assembly.

Dear visitors of this article you are to inform by the team members of ejobshub portal that Date for using voting right to select new or same Chief Minister of UP is disclosed now. As we know that present Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh is Mr. Akhilesh Yadav which is doing the marvelous job but as per the rules of Indian Constitution we need take part in election after every 05 years to elect our New Chief Minster. The parties going to participated in UP Assembly Election are BJP, BSP, SP and Congress. There is chance to speak up what is hidden inside you all through elections.  By which we can give our decisions ,on the basis of which we can choose our minister which is like by all who are doing their duty and helping the people who are in need. People can also go through the list of the election that is well stated below. Hey willing voters of the state we want to say that don’t waste your vote by denying the voting, go to the Booth and give vote to the best person who would be able to rule.

UP Assembly Election Dates

PHASES-
PHASE 1
PHASE 2
PHASE 3
PHASE 4
PHASE 5
PHASE 6
PHASE 7
Constituencies and Districts resp.-
73-15
67-11
69-12
53-12
52-11
49-7
40- 7
Notification
17th Jan
20th Jan
24th Jan
30th Jan
2nd Feb
8th Feb
11th Feb
Last date of nominations
24th Jan
27th Jan
31st Jan
6th Feb
9th Feb
15th Feb
18th Feb
Scrutiny of nominations
25th Jan
28th Jan
2nd Feb
7th Feb
11th Feb
16th Feb
20th Feb
Last date for withdrawal of nominations
27th Jan
30th Jan
4th Feb
9th Feb
13rd Feb
18th Feb
22nd Feb
Voting to be held
11th Feb
15th Feb
19th Feb
23rd Feb
27th Feb
4th March
8th March

District Wise Election Date In UP

11th Feb
15th Feb
19th Feb
23rd Feb
27th Feb
4th March
8th March
Shamli
Saharanpur
Farrukhabad
Pratapgarh
Balrampur
Maharajganj
Ghazipur
Muzaffarnagar
Bijnor
Hardoi
Kaushambi
Gonda,
Kushinagar
Varanasi
Baghpat
Moradabad
Kannauj
Allahabad
Faizabad
Gorakhpur
Chandauli
Meerut
Sambhal
Mainpuri
Jalaun
Ambedkar Nagar,
Deoria
Mirzapur
Ghaziabad
Rampur,
Etawah
Jhansi
Bahraich
Azamgarh
Bhadohi
Gautam Budha Nagar
Bareilly
Auriya
Lalitpur
Shrawasti,
Mau
Sonbhadra,
Hapur
Amroha
Kanpur Dehat
Mahoba
Siddhartha
Nagar
Ballia
Jaunpur
Bulandshahar
Pilibhit
Kanpur Nagar
Hamirpur
Basti
Aligarh
Kheri
Unnao
Banda
Sant Kabeer Nagar,
Etah
Shahjahanpur
Lucknow
Chitrakoot
Amethi
Kasganj
Barabanki
Raebareilly
Sultanpur
Sitapur
Fatehpur
More News of UP Assembly Election: The dates and phases of elections for 5 states - Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Manipur, and Goa have been out. Now the Elections in Uttar Pradesh will be going to held in 7 phases for 403 seats.  Dates of the Polling are also decided and also district wise to held elections in Uttar Pradesh. Candidates now the time has come to know your opinion that is the final voting will be done on 11th March 2017. You can also through the list as given below. As we know that India is Democratic country where, we can do each and every thing according to our suitability.

Important Points About UP Assembly
  • The State of Uttar Pradesh has a bicameral legislature which contains Legislative Council, an upper House and Legislative Assembly, the lower House.
  • As UP Assembly is the largest legislature in India. The Assembly made up of 403 elected members and one nominated Anglo-Indian member.
  • This Legislative Council has 100 members. Prior to 1967, the strength of the Legislative Assembly was 431 members including one nominated Anglo-Indian member which was revised to 426 which includes one nominated Anglo-Indian member.

Polling Booth List UP
This commission has made a decision that they will increase the number of polling booths in Uttar Pradesh for the 2017 Assembly elections. The state election commission has come to the decision to increase the number of polling centers in the state and has invited suggestions or objections in these public and political parties up to July 1. It said that the commission is planning for the new polling centers in the constituencies where there are more than 1,500 registered voters available. Meanwhile, District Magistrate D K Singh has said top the reporters that 50 new booths would be established in the district. He said that polling booths in six constituencies-Muzaffarnagar, Budhana, Purkazi, Khatoli, Charthawal and Midanpur- would be raised from 1,769 to 1,819 booths.

We have known that as an expectation in Gujarat there were minimum 450-500 polling booths, mostly in urban areas, where the number of applicants were as high as 1,600. But from now onwards we are going to severely enforce the rules which allow maximum voters of 1,200 voters in every village booth, and 1,400 voters per booth in city which is said by B B Swain, Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Gujarat. In this paragraph content is regarding UP Assembly Election 2017, we believe that this information is beneficial for you in knowing the schedule of the elections etc.

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