Cuttack Government & Politics




The seat of Cuttack Government & Politics is situated at the Cuttack Collectorate near the Chandni Chowk area of the city. It is the base for all administrative activities of the Cuttack District. The administration of Cuttack City, is looked after by the Cuttack Municipal Corporation (CMC). It also maintains the civic infrastructure of the city.

Cuttack has one parliamentary constituency and 7 assembly constituencies under it. They are:

  • Cuttack Sadar
  • Cuttack City
  • Banki
  • Choudwar
  • Athgarh
  • Baramba
  • Salepur

    Several national, state and regional parties are active in the Cuttack Political scenario. Some of the political parties in Cuttack are:
    • Indian National Congress
    • Communist Party of India Marxist
    • Bharatiya Janata Party
    • Biju Janata Dal
    • Jharkand Mukti Morcha
    • Janata Party
    • Samjwadi Party
    • Janata Dal




    Last Updated on 30 August 2012

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