Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Goa, Manipur and Uttarakhand will go to polls in 2022. The terms of all the assemblies end between March 15 2022 and March 27 2022. The Election Commission of India will conduct the polls and announce the results simultaneously. The notification is expected in January and polls in the five states are likely by February.
In UP all eyes would be on the BJP led by Yogi Adityanath and whether the party which put up a stellar performance in 2017 will be able to return to power or not. The Punjab elections would be an interesting one with the drama that is taking place in the Congress following the resignation of Captain Amarinder Singh. The APP is also a key contender in the state.
Goa would be witnessing an election without Manohar Parrikar and one needs to see if the BJP will be able to retain power without him. In the 2017 Manipur election, the BJP emerged stronger with 21 seats after failing to open its account in the previous polls. The Congress which bagged 28 seats as opposed to 47 in 2013 had to sit out as the BJP formed the government along with its allies.
The BJP managed to win the Uttarakhand polls in 2017 comfortably and formed the government. However there have been three Chief Ministers since. Will this impact the party and can the Congress reverse its fortunes. It promises to be a close fight.
|Election Dates||Ruling Party||Results|
|Punjab||14, February 2022||Aam Aadmi Party||Click For Detailed Result|
|Goa||14, February 2022||Bharatiya Janata Party||Click For Detailed Result|
|Uttar Pradesh||10, February 2022||Bharatiya Janata Party||Click For Detailed Result|
|Uttarakhand||14, February 2022||Bharatiya Janata Party||Click For Detailed Result|
|Manipur||27, February 2022||Bharatiya Janata Party||Click For Detailed Result|
|Tamil nadu||06, April 2021||Dravida Munetra Kazhagam||Click For Detailed Result|
|Kerala||06, April 2021||Communist Party Of India (marxist)||Click For Detailed Result|
|Puducherry||06, April 2021||All India NR Congress||Click For Detailed Result|
|Assam||27, March 2021||Bharatiya Janta Party||Click For Detailed Result|
|West Bengal||27, March 2021||All India Trinamool Congress||Click For Detailed Result|
|Bihar||08 October 2020||Janata Dal (United)||Click For Detailed Result|
|Delhi||08 Feb 2020||Aam Aadmi Party||Click For Detailed Result|
|Jharkhand||30 Nov 2019||Jharkhand Mukti Morcha||Click For Detailed Result|
|Haryana||21 October 2019||Bharatiya Janata Party||Click For Detailed Result|
|Maharashtra||21 October 2019||Shiv Sena||Click For Detailed Result|
|Indian Loksabha||11 April 2019||Bharatiya Janata Party||Click For Detailed Result|
|Arunachal Pradesh||11 April 2019||Bharatiya Janata Party||Click For Detailed Result|
|Odisha||11 April 2019||Biju Janata Dal||Click For Detailed Result|
|Sikkim||11 April 2019||Sikkim Krantikari Morcha||Click For Detailed Result|
|Andhra Pradesh||11 April 2019||YSR Congress Party||Click For Detailed Result|
|Mizoram||28 Nov 2018||Mizo National Front||Click For Detailed Result|
|Rajasthan||07 Dec 2018||Indian National Congress||Click For Detailed Result|
|Telangana||07 Dec 2018||Telangana Rashtra Samithi||Click For Detailed Result|
|Madhya Pradesh||28 Nov 2018||Indian National Congress||Click For Detailed Result|
|Chhattisgarh||12 Nov 2018||Indian National Congress||Click For Detailed Result|
|Karnataka||17 April 2018||Janata Dal (Secular)||Click For Detailed Result|