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UP Election 2022 Date: How many seats in how many districts voted in each phase? Know every date from nomination to result….

UP Election 2022 Date : The last time the elections were announced in UP was on January 4, 2017, while in seven phases in the state, votes were cast between February 11 and March 8.

UP Election 2022 District-wise Dates

The dates for elections in five states including Uttar Pradesh were announced on Saturday (January 8). Voting will be held in maximum seven phases in the state. The results will come on March 10. The commission said that the first phase of voting will be held on February 10. Voting will be held in the second phase on February 14, in the third phase on February 20, in the fourth phase on February 23, in the fifth phase on February 27, in the sixth phase on March 3 and in the seventh phase on March 7. This time the number of women voters in the state has increased by 29 percent, which is the highest among the five states. UP Election 2022 Date : Last time Uttar Pradesh went to polls in seven phases from February 11 to March 8 and the results were declared on March 11, 2017.

Voting in the maximum 60-60 seats in the fourth and fifth phases

UP Election 2022 Phases

First stage

seats 58
District 11
Notification 14 January
Last date for nomination 21 January
Scrutiny of nominations January 24
Nomination 27 January
Voting February 10

Second stage

seats 55
District 9
Notification 21 January
Last date for nomination 28 January
Scrutiny of nominations January 29
Nomination 31 January
Voting February 14

Third step

seats 59
District 16
Notification 25 January
Last date for nomination is February 1
Scrutiny of nominations February 2
Nomination 4 February
Voting February 20

Fourth stage

seats 60
District 9
Notification 27 January
UP Election 2022 Date : Last date for nomination is February 3
Scrutiny of nominations February 4
Nomination 7 February
Voting February 23

Fifth stage

seats 60
District 11
Notification 1st February
Last date for nomination is February 8
Scrutiny of nominations February 9
Nomination 11 February
Voting February 27

Sixth stage

seats 57
District 10
Notification 4th February
Last date for nomination is February 11
Scrutiny of nominations February 14
Nomination 16 February
Voting March 3

Seventh stage

seats 54
District 9
Notification 10 February
Last date for nomination is February 17
Scrutiny of nominations February 18
Nomination February 21
Voting March 7

Elections will be held in these 11 districts in the first phase

Shamli, Muzaffarnagar, Meerut, Baghpat, Ghaziabad, Hapur, Noida, Bulandshahr, Aligarh, Mathura, Agra.

In the second phase, votes will be cast in these nine districts.
Saharanpur, Badaun, Bijnor, Amroha, Sambhal, Rampur, Moradabad, Shahjahanpur and Bareilly.

Voting in these 16 districts in the third phase
Kasganj, Etah, Hathras, Mainpuri, Firozabad, Farrukhabad, Kannauj, Kanpur Nagar, Kanpur Dehat, Auraiya, Jalaun, Hamirpur, Mahoba, Jhansi, Lalitpur and Etawah.

Polling in these nine districts in the fourth phase
Pilibhit, Lakhmipur Kheri, Hardoi, Sitapur, Unnao, Lucknow, Rae Bareli, Banda, Fatehpur.

Voting in these 11 districts in the fifth phase
Bahraich, Shravasti, Barabanki, Gonda, Amethi, Kaushambi, Prayagraj, Chitrakoot, Ayodhya, Sultanpur, Pratapgarh

Elections will be held here in the sixth phase
Balrampur, Siddharthnagar, Maharajganj, Sant Kabir Nagar, Basti, Ambedkar Nagar, Deoria, Ballia, Gorakhpur, Kushinagar.

Voting in 54 seats of these nine districts in the seventh phase
Azamgarh, Varanasi, Mau, Ghazipur, Mirzapur, Chandauli, Sonbhadra, Bhadohi and Jaunpur.
In 2017 the SP-Congress had formed an alliance

In 2017 there was an alliance of SP and Congress. This time the Samajwadi Party has tied up with several smaller parties, including Jayant Chaudhary’s Rashtriya Lok Dal and Om Prakash Rajbhar’s SubhaSP. At the same time, the ruling BJP has an alliance with Apna Dal Sonelal. BSP and Congress have announced to contest the elections alone.

UP Election 2022 Faces of chief minister

  1. Yogi Adityanath: The current Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is the face of the Chief Minister’s post from the BJP alliance. The challenge for the BJP, which fought in 2017 without a chief ministerial face, is to repeat its performance this time. Om Prakash Rajbhar, who was an ally of the BJP in 2017, is now with the Samajwadi Party. In such a situation, the challenge for BJP can increase in Purvanchal. At the same time, it will be a big challenge for the BJP to perform like 2017 in western Uttar Pradesh due to the farmers’ movement.
  2. Akhilesh Yadav: SP chief Akhilesh Yadav is the chief ministerial face from the opposition side. Akhilesh’s brisk campaign has made him stand out as the biggest face against the BJP. Akhilesh was the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh from 2012 to 2017.
  3. Mayawati: Mayawati, who has been the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh four times, will be the face of the Chief Minister post from BSP this time too. Mayawati’s party has not started campaigning on a large scale so far. Because of this, questions have been raised on Mayawati’s claim, but the vote bank of BSP always stays with Mayawati. This is the reason why no one makes the mistake of underestimating Mayawati’s claim.

UP Election 2022 big election issues

  1. Inflation: The opposition parties are constantly raising the issue of inflation. Leaders like Akhilesh, Priyanka are mentioning the prices of petrol-diesel to mustard oil in their public meetings. Voters of many districts had raised the issue of inflation in Amar Ujala’s election chariot, the struggle for power.
  2. Unemployment: The opposition is continuously raising the issue of unemployment. The issue of lathi charge on unemployed youth is also rising in election rallies. At the same time, BJP is claiming to provide employment opportunities to more than three crore youth. Form leak in recruitment examinations is also a big election issue among the youth.
  3. Farmers and Fertilizers: How big is the farmer’s issue, it can be gauged from the fact that the Center had to withdraw the new agricultural laws just before the elections. Along with this, fertilizers in many districts

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