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Uttar Pradesh General (Lok Sabha) Elections 2014

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No.Name of Parliamentary ConsistuencyPolling dateCounting of Votes Date
21Mainpuri13th September, 2014 (Saturday)16th September, 2014 (Tuesday)


Uttar Pradesh Lok Sabha Election 2014 Dates

*Uttar Pradesh polling dates: 10 April (Phase 3), 17 April (Phase 5), 24 April (Phase 6), 30 April (Phase 7), 07 May (Phase 8), 12 May (Phase 9)

PC No.PC NameCategoryIssue of NotificationLast Date for filing NominationsScrutiny of NominationsLast date for withdrawal of CandidaturePolling DateCounting of VotesDate before which the election shall be Completed
1SaharanpurGEN15 Mar22 Mar24 Mar26 Mar10 April16 May28 May
2KairanaGEN15 Mar22 Mar24 Mar26 Mar10 April16 May28 May
3MuzaffarnagarGEN15 Mar22 Mar24 Mar26 Mar10 April16 May28 May
4BijnorGEN15 Mar22 Mar24 Mar26 Mar10 April16 May28 May
5Nagina(SC)19 Mar26 Mar27 Mar29 Mar17 April16 May28 May
6MoradabadGEN19 Mar26 Mar27 Mar29 Mar17 April16 May28 May
7RampurGEN19 Mar26 Mar27 Mar29 Mar17 April16 May28 May
8SambhalGEN19 Mar26 Mar27 Mar29 Mar17 April16 May28 May
9AmrohaGEN19 Mar26 Mar27 Mar29 Mar17 April16 May28 May
10MeerutGEN15 Mar22 Mar24 Mar26 Mar10 April16 May28 May
11BaghpatGEN15 Mar22 Mar24 Mar26 Mar10 April16 May28 May
12GhaziabadGEN15 Mar22 Mar24 Mar26 Mar10 April16 May28 May
13Gautam Buddha NagarGEN15 Mar22 Mar24 Mar26 Mar10 April16 May28 May
14Bulandshahr(SC)15 Mar22 Mar24 Mar26 Mar10 April16 May28 May
15AligarhGEN15 Mar22 Mar24 Mar26 Mar10 April16 May28 May
16Hathras(SC)29 Mar5 April7 April9 April24 April16 May28 May
17MathuraGEN29 Mar5 April7 April9 April24 April16 May28 May
18Agra(SC)29 Mar5 April7 April9 April24 April16 May28 May
19Fatehpur SikriGEN29 Mar5 April7 April9 April24 April16 May28 May
20FirozabadGEN29 Mar5 April7 April9 April24 April16 May28 May
21MainpuriGEN29 Mar5 April7 April9 April24 April16 May28 May
22EtahGEN29 Mar5 April7 April9 April24 April16 May28 May
23BadaunGEN19 Mar26 Mar27 Mar29 Mar17 April16 May28 May
24AonlaGEN19 Mar26 Mar27 Mar29 Mar17 April16 May28 May
25BareillyGEN19 Mar26 Mar27 Mar29 Mar17 April16 May28 May
26PilibhitGEN19 Mar26 Mar27 Mar29 Mar17 April16 May28 May
27Shahjahanpur(SC)19 Mar26 Mar27 Mar29 Mar17 April16 May28 May
28KheriGEN19 Mar26 Mar27 Mar29 Mar17 April16 May28 May
29DhaurahraGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
30SitapurGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
31Hardoi(SC)29 Mar5 April7 April9 April24 April16 May28 May
32Misrikh(SC)2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
33UnnaoGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
34Mohanlalganj(SC)2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
35LucknowGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
36Rae BareliGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
37AmethiGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
38SultanpurGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
39PratapgarhGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
40FarrukhabadGEN29 Mar5 April7 April9 April24 April16 May28 May
41Etawah(SC)29 Mar5 April7 April9 April24 April16 May28 May
42KannaujGEN29 Mar5 April7 April9 April24 April16 May28 May
43KanpurGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
44AkbarpurGEN29 Mar5 April7 April9 April24 April16 May28 May
45Jalaun(SC)2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
46JhansiGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
47HamirpurGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
48BandaGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
49FatehpurGEN2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
50Kaushambi(SC)12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
51PhulpurGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
52AllahabadGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
53Barabanki(SC)2 April9 April10 April12 April30 April16 May28 May
54FaizabadGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
55Ambedkar NagarGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
56Bahraich(SC)12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
57KaiserganjGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
58ShravastiGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
59GondaGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
60DomariyaganjGEN17 April24 April25 April28 April12 May16 May28 May
61BastiGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
62Sant Kabir NagarGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
63MaharajganjGEN17 April24 April25 April28 April12 May16 May28 May
64GorakhpurGEN17 April24 April25 April28 April12 May16 May28 May
65Kushi NagarGEN17 April24 April25 April28 April12 May16 May28 May
66DeoriaGEN17 April24 April25 April28 April12 May16 May28 May
67Bansgaon(SC)17 April24 April25 April28 April12 May16 May28 May
68Lalganj(SC)17 April24 April25 April28 April12 May16 May28 May
69AzamgarhGEN17 April24 April25 April28 April12 May16 May28 May
70GhosiGEN17 April24 April25 April28 April12 May16 May28 May
71SalempurGEN17 April24 April25 April28 April12 May16 May28 May
72BalliaGEN17 April24 April25 April28 April12 May16 May28 May
72JaunpurGEN17 April24 April25 April28 April12 May16 May28 May
74Machhlishahr(SC)17 April24 April25 April28 April12 May16 May28 May
75GhazipurGEN17 April24 April25 April28 April12 May16 May28 May
76ChandauliGEN17 April24 April25 April28 April12 May16 May28 May
77VaranasiGEN17 April24 April25 April28 April12 May16 May28 May
78BhadohiGEN12 April19 April21 April23 April7 May16 May28 May
79MirzapurGEN17 April24 April25 April28 April12 May16 May28 May
80Robertsganj(SC)17 April24 April25 April28 April12 May16 May28 May






The state of Uttar Pradesh, like every other state and Union Territory of India, will shortly hit the crucial Lok Sabha polls to elect the sixteenth session of the parliamentary term.

Constitutionally, the incumbent Lok Sabha session of the Parliament will come to an end on 31 May 2014, giving way for a new session. Situated in the northern parts of the country, this state of Uttar Pradesh has a total of 80 Lok Sabha constituencies allotted to it. Uttar Pradesh holds a deciding position in the context of the vital general polls, being the largest Indian state in terms of number of seats. Therefore, it is with much interest that the nation watches the election mood of this state.

Opinion Polls

Three opinion polls were held in January 2014 to gauge the mood of the public for the 2014 General elections. The results of these polls are:
  • Comparing the political parties on the Number Game: The survey conducted by CSDS in Delhi, in collaboration with CNN-IBN and Lokniti predicted the Congress to win 11 to 15 seats. A more recent survey conducted by India TV predicted a more cursed figure of merely 5 seats. In a survey organized by the ABP News and Nielsen, the Congress was estimated to bag not more than 12 constituencies in the state. These figures indicate a loss of more than double the seats for the Congress, compared with the incumbent session.

    In comparison, the BJP emerges victorious, bagging somewhere between 25 to 50 seats. The CSDS survey showed a whopping figure of 41-49 seats in favour of the BJP, followed closely by the ABP News-Nielsen opinion poll, which indicated a 35-seat mark. As a coalition, the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) was predicted to bag more seats than the majority, thus coming to power in the Centre. The Bahujan Samaj Party, in comparison to the Samajwadi Party, was predicted to perform better, winning between 10 to 30 seats, the range being the collective result of the three surveys. While the remaining two surveys show the BSP gaining on the SP, the Indian TV survey indicated that the Samajwadi Party would bag the maximum count of 25 seats alone.

  • Choice of Prime Minister: In the choice of Prime Minister, all voices echoed the name of Narendra Modi. In comparison, only a handful of people wanted to see Rahul Gandhi as the Prime Minister of the country.

  • Rural support of the Congress dwindling?: The Congress has traditionally been able to hold its sway specifically in the state of Uttar Pradesh, owing to its massive support among the masses in the rural areas of the state. What comes as a cause for deep introspection within the party is its rapid loss of support not only in the urban areas, but in the rural areas too. The CSDS survey, in particular, pointed out that the Congress got only 26% support in the rural areas, compared with 34% bagged by the BJP. The BJP would get 9% more support compared with last elections.

  • Grim fate of the Congress in UP : According to opinion polls, the UPA regime, led by the Congress, stood a near-impossible chance of bagging the magic figure in the Lok Sabha. In the context of Uttar Pradesh, these depictions and opinion polls have been all the more decisive as this state is a popular vote-bank bastion of the Congress, spanning across decades in independent India. The Rae Bareili and Amethi Lok Sabha seats in the state are synonymous to their representatives - Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi, respectively. However, the opinion polls already indicated a rather grim reality looming large on the Congress.

Campaigning Strategies in UP

  • Congress: In addressing the masses in the state, Rahul Gandhi reiterated, time and again why the Congress should continue its rule not only the state but the politics of the nation as a whole. Priding itself on the RTI and the recently implemented Food Security Bill, Rahul Gandhi emphasised the Congress's attention to laws and governance in the state, which has in turn, positively affected millions of people, especially the poor of the country. Not only the Congress top rank, including Sonia and Rahul, but each Congress member in the state was of the opinion that the Congress rule has established a stable GDP and an increasing economic security, through one of its "largest social welfare schemes in the world", the MNREGA.

  • BJP: The BJP, on the other hand, in its campaigning agendas, zeroed in on two vital aspects to critique the ruling government - firstly, its heightened corruption, including multiple scams involving Congress ministers and leaders who have been reported against in the last 10 years; and secondly, the most pressing issues of price rise, which as the BJP believes, and the country echoes, has led to making lives of Indians difficult. The most pertinent of such outrageous levels of price rise was the recent trend in onion prices which took the whole country by shock.

  • AAP: The state of UP had a new twist in the tale, as far as the election propaganda and campaigning strategies were concerned. A new entrant to the political scene in the state was the nascent AAP, which has apparently expanded its hold in this northern Indian state.

  • SP and BSP: The SP and BSP forged a non-communal, non-Congress campaigning strategy in the state of Uttar Pradesh, catering to the minorities in specific. In fact, the SP supremo Mulayam Singh was garnering support to form a Third Front of all secular leaders in the country.

Major Political Parties in UP

The major political parties in the state of Uttar Pradesh are the Indian National Congress (INC), the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), and the Samajwadi Party (SP). Other less prominent political parties contributing to the political ambience in the state are the Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) and the Communist Party of India (CPI).

Election Commission of Uttar Pradesh

Responsible for organising free and fair elections to all government bodies and government civic institutions like the municipalities, the zilla panchayats, the parishads and the corporations, the Election Commission of Uttar Pradesh is the highest body during the elections. The State Election Commission of Uttar Pradesh was constituted by the UP State Government in 1994. The role of the Election Commission of Uttar Pradesh is to maintain maximum transparency in the elections. The State Election Commission of UP is preparing for the upcoming polls by reaching out to the people of Uttar Pradesh to ensure better services in terms of Electoral Rolls, issuing valid Electors' Photo Identity Cards (EPIC), digitising maps to indicate areas of the polling stations and their respective distances, and ensuring thorough verification, scrutinisation and correction of the EPIC cards and list of electoral rolls (spelling mistakes, mistakes in birth date, etc.). Providing sufficient manpower and material resources on the day of the elections and enforcing a model code of conduct to be followed by all voters is an integral role of the EC during the elections.

Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of UP

According to the Representation of the People's Acts 1950 and 1951, the state of UP, like every other state of India, must be provided with a Chief Electoral Officer during the State Assembly elections as well as the general elections. A Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) functions under the supervision, control and overall guidance of the Election Commission of India. The present CEO of Uttar Pradesh is Umesh Sinha. Sinha replaced Anuj Kumar Bishnoi to the post in 2009. Sinha believes that elections are not an isolated event, but demand a holistic approach towards the successes of democracy. Sinha plays a significant role in supervising the work of the EC of the state, such that the rights of the voters as guaranteed under the Indian Constitution are maintained. An IAS from the batch of 1986, Sinha has been working to ensure that political parties are not able to influence the elections in the state of UP.

Uttar Pradesh Lok Sabha History

Uttar Pradesh, which was reorganised from the United Provinces of colonial India, as per the Representation of the People Act of 1950, has a fairly complex electoral history, owing to the presence of varied religious and minority communities in the state.

In the 15 Lok Sabha session, out of the 80 parliamentary seats which are represented, the Samajwadi Party has bagged the maximum number of seats (23) while the Congress got 21. Twenty out of the 80 Lok Sabha constituencies were won by the BSP. Though the NDA coalition together won 15 seats, the BJP alone won 10 Lok Sabha constituencies in the state, while the RLD won 5. One independent candidate, Kalyan Singh, won from the Etah constituency of the state.

From the first general elections held in this state in 1951, the Congress has followed a historic legacy of winning the maximum number of seats from this state. Increasingly however, both the BSP and the SP have been performing exceptionally well by playing along an anti-communal, pro-minority sentiment in the state, and thus garnering support of the marginalised sections of the society, namely the SCs, the STs and the Muslims. The BJP had, till sometime back, not found much voice among the different communities of the state, owing to its deeply-entrenched communal ideology. However, the 2009 elections proved to be a turning point in the history of the UP elections, where the BJP gained a stable foothold. This was squarely due to the split in the Muslim votes away from SP to the Congress.

The number of parliamentary constituencies won by the Indian National Congress in the consecutive general elections in UP are as follows:
  • Won 81 parliamentary constituencies in the 1st Lok Sabha elections held in 1951
  • Won 70 parliamentary constituencies in the 2nd Lok Sabha election held in 1957
  • Won 62 parliamentary constituencies in the 3rd Lok Sabha election held in 1962
  • Won 47 parliamentary constituencies in the 4th Lok Sabha election held in 1967
  • Won 73 parliamentary constituencies in the 5th Lok Sabha election held in 1973
  • Won no parliamentary constituencies in the 6th Lok Sabha election held in 1977
  • Won 51 parliamentary constituencies in the 7th Lok Sabha election held in 1980
  • Won 83 parliamentary constituencies in the 8th Lok Sabha election held in 1984
  • Won 15 parliamentary constituencies in the 9th Lok Sabha election held in 1989
  • Won 5 parliamentary constituencies in the 10th Lok Sabha election held in 1991
  • Won 5 parliamentary constituencies in the 11th Lok Sabha election held in 1996
  • Won no parliamentary constituencies in the 12th Lok Sabha election held in 1998
  • Won 10 parliamentary constituencies in the 13th Lok Sabha election held in 1999
  • Won 9 parliamentary constituencies in the 14th Lok Sabha election held in 2004
  • Won 21 parliamentary constituencies in the 15th Lok Sabha election held in 2009
The number of parliamentary constituencies won by the BSP in the consecutive general elections in UP are as follows:
  • Won 2 parliamentary constituencies in the 9th Lok Sabha election held in 1989
  • Won 1 parliamentary constituency in the 10th Lok Sabha election held in 1991
  • Won 6 parliamentary constituencies in the 11th Lok Sabha election held in 1996
  • Won 4 parliamentary constituencies in the 12th Lok Sabha election held in 1998
  • Won 14 parliamentary constituencies in the 13th Lok Sabha election held in 1999
  • Won 19 parliamentary constituencies in the 14th Lok Sabha election held in 2004
  • Won 20 parliamentary constituencies in the 15th Lok Sabha election held in 2009
The number of parliamentary constituencies won by the BJP in the consecutive general elections in UP are as follows:
  • Won 8 parliamentary constituencies in the 9th Lok Sabha election held in 1989
  • Won 51 parliamentary constituencies in the 10th Lok Sabha election held in 1991
  • Won 52 parliamentary constituencies in the 11th Lok Sabha election held in 1996
  • Won 57 parliamentary constituencies in the 12th Lok Sabha election held in 1998
  • Won 29 parliamentary constituencies in the 13th Lok Sabha election held in 1999
  • Won 10 parliamentary constituencies in the 14th Lok Sabha election held in 2004
  • Won 10 parliamentary constituencies in the 15th Lok Sabha election held in 2009
The number of parliamentary constituencies won by the SP in the consecutive general elections in UP are as follows:
  • Won 16 parliamentary constituencies in the 11th Lok Sabha election held in 1996
  • Won 20 parliamentary constituencies in the 12th Lok Sabha election held in 1998
  • Won 26 parliamentary constituencies in the 13th Lok Sabha election held in 1999
  • Won 35 parliamentary constituencies in the 14th Lok Sabha election held in 2004
  • Won 23 parliamentary constituencies in the 15th Lok Sabha election held in 2009

  Election Highlights  
Quick Facts No. of PCs : 80
No. of Polling Days : 6
Polling Dates : 10 April (Phase 3), 17 April (Phase 5), 24 April (Phase 6), 30 April (Phase 7), 07 May (Phase 8), 12 May (Phase 9)
No. of Polling Stations : 1,40,259
No. of Polling Station locations : 89399
Total Electors : 13,43,51,302 (as on 8th March 2014)
Electors in Age Group 18 to 25 years : 17.27%
Women Electors : 44.57%
Poll Expenditure Limit per Candidate : Rs.70 lakhs


Uttar Pradesh Parliamentary Constituency Winners 2009



PC No.PC NameCategoryWinning CandidateGenderPartyTotal Votes
1SaharanpurGENJagdish Singh RanaMBSP354807
2KairanaGENTabassum BegumFBSP283259
3MuzaffarnagarGENKadir RanaMBSP275318
4BijnorGENSanjay Singh ChauhanMRLD244587
5Nagina(SC)Yashvir SinghMSP234815
6MoradabadGENMohammed AzharuddinMINC301283
7RampurGENJaya Prada NahataFSP230724
8SambhalGENDr. Shafiqur Rahman BarqMBSP207422
9AmrohaGENDevendra NagpalMRLD283182
10MeerutGENRajendra AgarwalMBJP232137
11BaghpatGENAjit SinghMRLD238638
12GhaziabadGENRajnath SinghMBJP359637
13Gautam Buddha NagarGENSurendra Singh NagarMBSP245613
14Bulandshahr(SC)KamleshMSP236257
15AligarhGENRaj Kumari ChauhanFBSP193444
16Hathras(SC)Sarika SinghFRLD247927
17MathuraGENJayant ChaudharyMRLD379870
18Agra(SC)Dr. RamshankarMBJP203697
19Fatehpur SikriGENSeema UpadhyayFBSP209466
20FirozabadGENRaj Babbar MINC287011
21MainpuriGENMulayam Singh YadavMSP392308
22EtahGENKalyan Singh R O MadholiMIND275717
23BadaunGENDharmendra YadavMSP233744
24AonlaGENMenka GandhiFBJP216503
25BareillyGENPraveen Singh AronMINC220976
26PilibhitGENFeroze Varun GandhiMBJP419539
27Shahjahanpur(SC)Mithlesh KumarMSP257033
28KheriGENZafar Ali NaqviMINC184982
29DhaurahraGENKunwar Jitin PrasadMINC391391
30SitapurGENKaisar JahanFBSP241106
31Hardoi(SC)Usha VermaFSP294030
32Misrikh(SC)Ashok Kumar RawatMBSP207627
33UnnaoGENAnnu TandonFINC475476
34Mohanlalganj(SC)Sushila SarojFSP256367
35LucknowGENLal Ji TandonMBJP204028
36Rae BareliGENSonia GandhiFINC481490
37AmethiGENRahul GandhiMINC464195
38SultanpurGENDr.Sanjay SinghMINC300411
39PratapgarhGENRajkumari Ratna SinghFINC169137
40FarrukhabadGENSalman KhursheedMINC169351
41Etawah(SC)Premdas KatheriaMSP278776
42KannaujGENDimple YadavFSP337751
43KanpurGENPrakash JaiswalMINC214988
44AkbarpurGENRajaram PalMINC192549
45Jalaun(SC)Ghansyam AnuragiMSP283023
46JhansiGENPradeep Kumar Jain (Aditya)MINC252712
47HamirpurGENVijay Bahadur SinghMBSP199143
48BandaGENR. K. Singh PatelMSP240948
49FatehpurGENRakesh SachanMSP218953
50Kaushambi(SC)Shailendra KumarMSP246501
51PhulpurGENKapil Muni KarwariyaMBSP167542
52AllahabadGENKunwar Rewati Raman SinghMSP209431
53Barabanki(SC)P.L.PuniaMINC328418
54FaizabadGENNirmal KhatriMINC211543
55Ambedkar NagarGENRakesh PandeyMBSP259487
56Bahraich(SC)Kamal KishorMINC160005
57KaiserganjGENBrijbhushan Sharan SinghMSP196063
58ShrawastiGENVinay Kumar Alias VinnuMINC201556
59GondaGENBeni Prasad VermaMINC155675
60DomariyaganjGENJagdambika PalMINC229872
61BastiGENArvind Kumar ChaudharyMBSP268666
62Sant Kabir NagarGENBhisma Shankar Alias Kushal TiwariMBSP211043
63MaharajganjGENHarsh VardhanMINC305474
64GorakhpurGENYogi AdityanathMBJP403156
65Kushi NagarGENKu. Ratanjeet Pratap Narayan SinghMINC223954
66DeoriaGENGorakh Prasad JaiswalMBSP219889
67Bansgaon(SC)Kamlesh PaswanMBJP223011
68Lalganj(SC)Dr. BaliramMBSP207998
69AzamgarhGENRamakant YadavMBJP247648
70GhosiGENDara Singh ChauhanMBSP220695
71SalempurGENRamashankar RajbharMBSP175088
72BalliaGENNeeraj ShekharMSP276649
73JaunpurGENDhananjay SinghMBSP302618
74Machhlishahr(SC)Tufani SarojMSP223152
75GhazipurGENRadhey Mohan SinghMSP379233
76ChandauliGENRamkishunMSP180114
77VaranasiGENDr. Murli Manohar JoshiMBJP203122
78BhadohiGENGorakhnathMBSP195808
79MirzapurGENBal Kumar PatelMSP218898
80Robertsganj(SC)Pakauri LalMSP216478


  Parliamentary Constituencies in Uttar Pradesh  
PC No.PC NamePC No.PC Name
1Saharanpur41Etawah
2Kairana42Kannauj
3Muzaffarnagar43Kanpur
4Bijnor44Akbarpur
5Nagina45Jalaun
6Moradabad46Jhansi
7Rampur47Hamirpur
8Sambhal48Banda
9Amroha49Fatehpur
10Meerut50Kaushambi
11Baghpat51Phulpur
12Ghaziabad52Allahabad
13Gautam Buddha Nagar53Barabanki
14Bulandshahr54Faizabad
15Aligarh55Ambedkar Nagar
16Hathras56Bahraich
17Mathura57Kaiserganj
18Agra58Shrawasti
19Fatehpur Sikri59Gonda
20Firozabad60Domariyaganj
21Mainpuri61Basti
22Etah62Sant Kabir Nagar
23Badaun63Maharajganj
24Aonla64Gorakhpur
25Bareilly65Kushi Nagar
26Pilibhit66Deoria
27Shahjahanpur67Bansgaon
28Kheri68Lalganj
29Dhaurahra69Azamgarh
30Sitapur70Ghosi
31Hardoi71Salempur
32Misrikh72Ballia
33Unnao73Jaunpur
34Mohanlalganj74Machhlishahr
35Lucknow75Ghazipur
36Rae Bareli76Chandauli
37Amethi77Varanasi
38Sultanpur78Bhadohi
39Pratapgarh79Mirzapur
40Farrukhabad80Robertsganj




Last Updated on : September 12, 2014