Track Your Constituency

Assembly Elections 2015

Upcoming Assembly Elections in 2015

Customized Maps
Jammu & Kashmir Himachal Pradesh Punjab Chandigarh Delhi Haryana Uttrakhand Rajasthan Gujarat Goa Kerala Maharashtra Madhya Pradesh Karnataka Pondicherry Tamil Nadu Pondicherry Andhra Pradesh Chhattisgarh Odissa Jharkhand West Bengal Uttar Pradesh Sikkim Assam Meghalaya Arunachal Pradesh Nagaland Manipur Mizoram Tripura Andaman & Nicobar Bihar Lakshadweep TELANGANA
Print Email Save   Buy Now
*Map of Legislative Assembly Elections in India 2015.

Disclaimer: All efforts have been made to make this image accurate. However Compare Infobase Limited and its directors do not own any responsibility for the correctness or authenticity of the same.

List of States' Government Tenure and Tentative Date of Upcoming Elections in India

S.No.StateTenureElections Due inAssembly SeatsRajya Sabha SeatsLok Sabha Seats
1PondicherryMar 6, 2011 - Feb 6, 201620163011
2AssamJun 6, 2011 - May 6, 20162016126714
3Tamil NaduMay 23, 2011 - May 22, 201620162341839
4West BengalMay 30, 2011 - May 29, 201620162941642
5KeralaJan 6, 2011 - May 31, 20162016140920
6GoaMar 19, 2012 - Mar 18, 201720174012
7PunjabMar 19, 2012 - Mar 18, 20172017117713
8Uttar PradeshMay 28, 2012 - May 27, 201720174033180
9UttarakhandSep 3, 2012 - Aug 3, 201720177035
10ManipurDec 3, 2012 - Nov 3, 201720176012
11GujaratJan 23, 2013 - Jan 22, 201820181821126
12NagalandMar 14, 2013 - Mar 13, 201820186011
13KarnatakaMay 29, 2013 - May 28, 201820182241228
14MeghalayaJul 3, 2013 - Jun 3, 201820186012
15Himachal PradeshAug 1, 2013 - Jul 1, 201820186834
16TripuraMar 15, 2013 - Oct 3, 201820186012
17MizoramDec 16, 2013 - Dec 15, 201820184011
18Arunachal PradeshFeb 6, 2014 - Jan 6, 201920196012
19RajasthanJan 21, 2014 - Jan 20, 201920192001025
20DelhiFeb 14, 2015 - Feb 13, 201920197037
21ChhattisgarhJun 1, 2014 - May 1, 2019201990511
22SikkimMay 28, 2014 - May 27, 201920193211
23Andhra PradeshJun 15, 2014 - Jun 14, 201920191751125
24Madhya PradeshAug 1, 2014 - Jul 1, 201920192301129
25TelanganaSep 6, 2014 - Aug 6, 20192019119717
26HaryanaOct 26, 2014 - Oct 25, 2019201990510
27MaharashtraOct 31, 2014 - Oct 30, 201920192881948
28OdishaDec 6, 2014 - Nov 6, 201920191471021
29JharkhandDec 28, 2014 - Dec 27, 2019201981614
30Bihar 20202431640
31Jammu and KashmirMar 1, 2015 - Feb 28, 202120218746
 One seat each for UTs of ANI, CH, DNH, DD and LKD    5
 Nominated Members in Rajya Sabha   12 
 Nominated Members in Lok Sabha    2

The members of the Vidhan Sabha or the Legislative/State Assembly are elected in the Legislative Assembly elections. Held after every five years, the assembly elections are conducted in different states as per the tenure of its respective state assembly. In India, 29 states and 2 Union Territories participate in the assembly elections.

Bihar Election 2015

Date of Polling:12 Oct, 16 Oct, 28 Oct, 1 Nov & 5 Nov, 2015
Date of Announcement of Results:8th November, 2015

Bihar Legislative Assembly election, 2015

Another much-awaited electoral battle in 2015 will be Assembly polls in Bihar where the tenure of the Legislative Assembly expires on November 29, 2015.

Bihar Election Results & Updates 2015

Its Mahagatbandhan for Bihar

ECI has declared the final results for the Bihar assembly polls 2015. The grand-alliance has won with clear majority after taking 178 seats. the NDA alliance managed to get 59 seats only. Party-wise seats are:

BJP - 53

INC - 27

JD(U) - 71

LJSP - 2

RJD - 80

RLSM - 2

CIP(M) - 3

HAM - 1

Independent - 4

Grand alliance sweeps Bihar polls


The grand alliance has swept the elections with a comfortable majority.  As per the latest reports, of the 243 seats, the grand alliance has won 178 seats, while the NDA has won only 58, while 7 seats have gone to others. Meanwhile, SEBI and the stock exchanges have beefed up their surveillance and risk management systems. This has been done to control expected volatility, which may occur due to the defeat of the NDA. 

BJP's Rajiv Nandan wins from Gurua

Rajiv Nandan of the Bharatiya Janata Party has won from Gurua by a margin of 6515 votes.

RJD's Rajendra Kumar wins from Harsidhi (SC)

Rajendra Kumar of the Rashtriya Janata Dal has won from Harsidhi (SC) by a margin of 10267.



By 4 p.m. ECI has declared results for 31 seats in which JD (U) has won 12 seats, RJD has won 1, BJP and Congress 5 each. 

Dr Mohammad Jawaid wins from Kishanganj

Dr Mohammad Jawaid has won from Kishanganj. Jawaid defeated BJP's Sweety Singh by a margin of 8609 votes.

Janardan Manjhi from JD (U) wins in Amarpur constituency. From Asthawan constituency, Jitendra Kumar from JD(U) wins.

RJDs Tej Pratap Yadav wins from Mahua

Tej Pratap Yadav of RJD has been declared the winner from Mahua

Rahul Gandhi says his full support is with Nitish and Lalu. He also says that it is the victory of truth and a party can not win by dividing Hindus and Muslims. 

BJP's Prem Kumar wins from Gaya town.

Prem Kumar of BJP has won from Gaya town.

4.56 lakh votes counted for NOTA

4.56 lakh votes have so far been counted for NOTA. This is 2.6 percent of the total vote share.

Amit Shah congratulates Nitish and Lalu

Congratulating Nitish and Lalu, Amit Shah said that BJP respects mandate of people of Bihar.


Chandrika Rai from RJD wins in Parsa constitutency by over 40,000 votes. 

Mamata Banerjee congratulates Nitish Kumar

Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee has congratulated Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad Yadav. 

PM Narendra Modi congratulates Nitish Kumar for poll victory. 

Nitish Kumar thanks people

Nitish Kumar has thanked the people of the state for their “overwhelming support” to the Grand Alliance.

Jitan Ram Manjhi trails in Makhdumpur, ahead in Imamganj

Jitan Ram Manjhi is trailing in Makhdumpur by 2,561 votes, but is ahead in Imamganj by 3,735.

RJD's Tej Pratap Yadav trailing

RJD's Tej Pratap Yadav, who is contesting from Mahua, Vaishali, is trailing.

In Alinagar, senior RJD leader Abdul Bari Siddiqui is leading with 874 votes.

Abdul Ghafoor is leading from Mahishi constituency

RJD MLA Abdul Ghafoor is leading from Mahishi constituency

Sunil Chaudhary from JD (U) leading from Benipur constituency.

Vidya Sagar Keshri from BJP is leading fromForbesganj constituency. 

First result can be expected after 11 am

R. Lakshmanan, Bihar Additional Chief Electoral Officer, has said  the first result can be expected after 11 a.m.

Lalu Prasad yadav's sons - Tej Pratap and Tejaswi - are leading in their respective constituencies. 

BJP leading

Latest results show BJP-NDA is leading on 62 seats, but the Mahagathbandhan, which is on 55 seats, has narrowed the gap.

By-Poll Assembly Elections in 2015

State NameAC No.Name of Assembly ConstituencyIssue of NotificationLast date of making NominationsScrutiny of NominationsLast date for withdrawal of CandidaturesDate of PollCounting of Votes
Arunachal Pradesh27Liromoba (ST)Jan 19, 2015Jan 27, 2015Jan 28, 2015Jan 30, 2015Feb 13, 2015Feb 16, 2015
Goa 11PanajiJan 19, 2015Jan 27, 2015Jan 28, 2015Jan 30, 2015Feb 13, 2015Feb 16, 2015
Tamil Nadu 139SrirangamJan 19, 2015Jan 27, 2015Jan 28, 2015Jan 30, 2015Feb 13, 2015Feb 16, 2015
West Bengal88Krishnaganj (SC)Jan 19, 2015Jan 27, 2015Jan 28, 2015Jan 30, 2015Feb 13, 2015Feb 16, 2015
Maharashtra91MukhedJan 19, 2015Jan 27, 2015Jan 28, 2015Jan 30, 2015Feb 13, 2015Feb 16, 2015
Andhra Pradesh167TirupatiJan 19, 2015Jan 27, 2015Jan 28, 2015Jan 30, 2015Feb 13, 2015Feb 16, 2015

Delhi Election 2015

Date of Polling: 7th February, 2015
Date of Announcement of Results: 10th February, 2015

Delhi Assembly Elections 2015

The Election Commission has announced that the elections to the Delhi Legislative Assembly will be held on February 7, 2015. The counting of the votes will be held on February 10. After its historic victory in General Elections, the BJP is confident of getting a clear majority in the elections to the Delhi Legislative Assembly 2015. While the Congress will try hard to regain its lost ground, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has its political future at stake in this year’s Assembly polls in Delhi.

In the 2013 Assembly elections, the newborn Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) won as many as 28 seats, while the Congress that ruled the capital for three consecutive terms, faced a drubbing as it could win only 8 out of the 70 Assembly constituencies. The Bharatiya Janata Party registered a credible performance, winning 32 seats, but it fell short by four seats to reach the majority mark. AAP President Arvind Kejriwal shot to fame by defeating Sheila Dikshit in the New Delhi constituency with a margin of over 25,000 votes. He formed the AAP government with the outside support of the Congress. But his government lasted only for 49 days as he resigned from the Chief Minister’s over the issue of Jan Lokpal Bill on 14th February 2014 . The Delhi Assembly was since then kept in suspended animation and the state governed through President's Rule. In November 2014, the Assembly was dissolved, paving the way for fresh elections.

Though constitutionally Delhi is a union territory, it is a state with 70 assembly constituencies. It has its own Lieutenant Governor, the Legislative Assembly and a council of ministers headed by Chief Minister. Judiciary in Delhi consists of Delhi High Court and other lower courts.

Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Delhi

The Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Delhi is Chandra Bhushan Kumar.

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF ELECTORAL OFFICER-DELHI Old St. Stephen College Building Kashmere Gate, Delhi-110006

Office Phone: 23977130; Fax:23969611; e-mail:;

Last Updated on : November 24, 2015