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Loksabha 2009 Election Dates Utter Pradesh Constituency wise

Loksabha Election 2009 will take place in five phases in Utter Pradesh on 16 April (first phase), 23 April (second phase), 30 April (third phase), 7 May (fourth phase) and 13 May (fifth phase). Due to large geographical area and sensitivity of state Loksabha elections will take place in five phases in Utter Pradesh. There are total 80 constituencies in Utter Pradesh out of which 16 constituencies will go to vote on 16 April in first phase, 17 constituencies on 23 April in second phase, 15 constituencies on 30 April in third phase, 18 constituencies will go to vote on 7 May in fourth phase and remaining14 in fifth phase on 13 May. Below people can find the name of constituencies which will poll on 16 April, 23 April, 30 April, 7 May and 13 May.

Utter Pradesh constituencies going to vote on 16 April

1) Azamgarh
2) Ballia
3) Bansgaon
4) Chandauli
5) Deoria
6) Ghazipur
7) Ghosi
8) Gorakhpur
9) Kushi Nagar
10) Lalganj
11) Maharajganj
12) Machhlishahr
13) Mirzapur
14) Robertsganj
15) Salempur
16) Varanasi

Utter Pradesh Constituencies going to vote on 23 April

1) Amethi
2) Allahabad
3) Ambedkar Nagar
4) Basti
5) Banda
6) Bhadohi
7) Domariyaganj
8) Faizabad
9) Gonda
10) Jaunpur
11) Kaiserganj
12) Kaushambi
13) Pratapgarh
14) Phulpur
15) Sant Kabir Nagar
16) Shrawasti
17) Sultanpur

Utter Pradesh Constituencies going to vote on 30 April

1) Akbarpur
2) Bahraich
3) Barabanki
4) Fatehpur
5) Hamirpur
6) Hardoi
7) Jalaun
8) Jhansi
9) Kanpur
10) Lucknow
11) Mohanlalganj
12) Misrikh
13) Rae bareli
14) Sitapur
15) Unnao

Utter Pradesh Constituencies going to vote on 7 May

1) Agra
2) Aligarh
3) Baghpat
4) Bulandshahr
5) Etah
6) Etawah
7) Fatehpur Sikri
8) Farrukhabad
9) Firozabad
10) Gautam Budhha Nagar
11) Ghaziabad
12) Hathras
13) Kannauj
14) Kairana
15) Mathura
16) Mainpuri
17) Meerut
18) Muzaffarnagar

Utter Pradesh constituencies going to vote on 13 May

1) Amroha
2) Aonla
3) Badaun
4) Bareilly
5) Bijnor
6) Dhaurahra
7) Kheri
8) Moradabad
9) Nagina
10) Pilibhit
11) Rampur
12) Sambhal
13) Shahjahanpur
14) Saharanpur

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