List of Uttarakhand Parliamentary constituencies

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Lok Sabha[edit]

Current constituencies[edit]

The Lok Sabha (meaning "House of the People") is the lower house of the Parliament of India. Uttarakhand state elects 5 members and they are directly elected by the state electorates of Uttarakhand. Members are elected for five years. The number of seats, allocated to the state/union territory are determined by the population of the state/union territory.

Keys:   BJP (5)
Source: Parliament of India (Lok Sabha)[1]

Constituency No. Constituency name Reserved for
(SC/ST/None)
Assembly constituency segment Current member Party
1 Tehri Garhwal None 1. Purola 2. Yamunotri 3. Gangotri 4. Ghansali 5. Pratapnagar 6. Tehri 7. Dhanaulti 8. Chakrata 9. Vikasnagar 10. Sahaspur 11. Raipur 12. Rajpur Road 13. Dehradun Cantt 14. Mussoorie Mala Rajya Laxmi Shah Bharatiya Janata Party
2 Garhwal None 15. Badrinath 16. Tharali 17. Karnaprayag 19. Kedarnath 20. Rudraprayag 21. Devprayag 22. Narendranagar 36. Yamkeshwar 37. Pauri 38. Srinagar 39. Chaubattakhal 40. Lansdowne 41. Kotdwar 61. Ramnagar Bhuwan Chandra Khanduri Bharatiya Janata Party
3 Almora SC 42. Dharchula 43. Didihat 44. Pithoragarh 45. Gangolihat 46. Kapkot 47. Bageshwar 48. Dwarahat 49. Salt 50. Ranikhet 51. Someshwar 52. Almora 53. Jageshwar 54. Lohaghat 55. Champawat Ajay Tamta Bharatiya Janata Party
4 Nainital-Udhamsingh Nagar None 56. Lalkuan 57. Bhimtal 58. Nainital 59. Haldwani 60. Kaladhungi 62. Jaspur 63. Kashipur 64. Bajpur 65. Gadarpur 66. Rudrapur 67. Kichha 68. Sitarganj 69. Nanakmatta 70. Khatima Bhagat Singh Koshyari Bharatiya Janata Party
5 Haridwar None 18. Dharampur 23. Doiwala 24. Rishikesh 25. Haridwar 26. BHEL Ranipur 27. Jwalapur 28. Bhagwanpur 29. Jhabrera 30. Piran Kaliyar 31. Roorkee 32. Khanpur 33. Manglaur 34. Laksar 35. Haridwar Rural Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' Bharatiya Janata Party

Former constituencies[edit]

Rajya Sabha[edit]

The Rajya Sabha (meaning the "Council of States") is the upper house of the Parliament of India. Uttarakhand state elects three members and they are indirectly elected by the state legislators of Uttarakhand. The number of seats allocated to the party, are determined by the number of seats a party possesses during nomination and the party nominates a member to be voted on. Elections within the state legislatures are held using Single transferable vote with proportional representation.

Current members[edit]

Keys:   INC (3)
Source: Parliament of India (Rajya Sabha)[2]

No. Name Party Terms (DD/MM/YYYY)
1 Mahendra Singh Mahra Indian National Congress 03/04/2012 - 02/04/2018
2 Raj Babbar Indian National Congress 14/03/2015 - 25/11/2020
3 Pradeep Tamta Indian National Congress 05/07/2016 - 04/07/2022

See also[edit]

List of constituencies of the Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly

References[edit]