Uttar Pradesh will go to Assembly elections early in 2017. The state has an Assembly comprising 403 seats and a party/alliance has to win 202 seats to form the government.
In 2012, when the last state election was held in UP, the Samajwadi Party had won 224 seats to get a decisive majority.
Oneindia will take one Assembly constituency a day and have a look at electoral information related to it:
Constituency Name: Gaura
(Comprises of KCs 2-Babhnan, 4-Maskanwa, 5-Gaura, PCs 52-Madhaipur, 53- Amghati, 54-Kaleniya, 57-Tamapar, 58-Mahewa Nankar, 59- Alanpur Grint, 60-Durgapur, 61-Amwa Mafi, 62-Jagnnathpur, 63- Kakrghata, 64-Garrahi & 65 -Bakhrawa of 3-Machhligaon KC of 2-Mankapur Tehsil).
District: Gonda (Gaura is an assembly constituency segment under Gonda Lok Sabha constituency).
District Area: 3,404 square kilometres
District Population: 3,433,919 (According to 2011 census)
District Literacy: 58.71
District Urbanisation: 6.55 percent
2012 Assembly election result in Gaura
Winner: Kunwar Anand Singh (Samajwadi Party)
Votes received: 42773
Vote percentage: 56.1%
Nearest rival: Abdul Kalam Malik (Congress)
Percentage: 21.8 %
Margin %: 4.3%
Total voters: 2,91,934
2014 Lok Sabha result of Gonda
Kirti Vardhan Singh of BJP defeated Nandita Shukla of Samajwadi Party in last Lok Sabha elections.