Politics of Lakhimpur Kheri

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Zafar Ali Naqvi as Chief Guest for the prize distribution ceremony of IT festival – Nerdz 2003, New Delhi

Lakhimpur Kheri district is further divided in following sub categories :

List of Members of Parliament[edit]

List of Members of Parliament, Kheri[edit]

List of Members of Parliament, Dhaurahra[edit]

List of Members of Legislative Assembly[edit]

List of Members of Legislative Assembly, Lakhimpur[edit]

List of Members of Legislative Assembly, Dhaurahara[edit]

  • 1962: Pt. Tej Narayan Trivedi, Indian National Congress
  • 1980: Pt. Tej Narayan Trivedi, Independent
  • 2007: Awasthi Bala Prashad, BSP
  • 2012: Shamsher Bhadur, BSP[3]

List of Members of Legislative Assembly, Gola Gokarannath[edit]

List of Members of Legislative Assembly, Kasta[edit]

  • 2012: Sunil Kumar Lala, SP[5]

List of Members of Legislative Assembly, Mohammdi[edit]

  • 2012: Awasthi Bala Prasad, BSP[6]

List of Members of Legislative Assembly, Nighasan[edit]

List of Members of Legislative Assembly, Palia Kalan[edit]

  • 2012: Romi Sahani, BSP[9]

List of Members of Legislative Assembly, Srinagar[edit]

List of Members of Legislative Council[edit]

List of Presidents Zila Parishad[edit]

Indian general election, 2009[edit]

Zafar Ali Naqvi of the Indian National Congress party was elected to the Lok Sabha to represent Kheri in the 2009 Parliamentary Elections, beating Iliyas Azmi of the Bahujan Samaj Party by 8,780 votes.[11]

Jitin Prasada, former Union Minister of State for Steel, was elected to represent Dhaurahra, with a winning margin of 184,509 votes.[12] On 28 May 2009, Jitin Prasada was sworn in as Minister of State to the Union Government of India, in the Council of Ministers of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. Jitin is the Minister of State in the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas.

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