Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly
Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly
Uttarakhand Vidhan Sabha
|5th Legislative Assembly of Uttarakhand|
|Founded||14 February 2002|
|Preceded by||Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly|
Ritu Khanduri Bhushan
since 26 March 2022
since 10 March 2022
Leader of the House
Deputy Leader of the Opposition
|14 February 2022|
|Vidhan Sabha Bhavan, Gairsain (summer)|
Vidhan Sabha Bhavan, Dehradun (winter)
|Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly|
|Constitution of India|
The Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly, also known as the Uttarakhand Vidhan Sabha, is a unicameral governing and law making body of Uttarakhand, one of the 28 states of India. It is seated at Dehradun, the winter capital, and Gairsain, the summer capital of Uttarakhand. The total strength of the assembly is 70 Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLA).
As of March 2022, Pushkar Singh Dhami is the current Chief Minister of Uttarakhand and Leader of the House in the 5th Vidhan Sabha. The Speaker of the Assembly is Ritu Khanduri Bhushan. Gurmit Singh is the current Governor of Uttarakhand.
5th Uttarakhand Assembly
The 2022 Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly election have elected the incumbent fifth Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly. Elections were held on 14 February 2022 when Bharatiya Janata Party emerged as the single largest party with 47 seats in the 70-seat legislature and formed the government. The Indian National Congress with 19 seats served as the opposition.
|Governor||Lt. Gen. Gurmit Singh (Retd.)||15 September 2021|||
|Speaker||Ritu Khanduri Bhushan||26 March 2022|||
|Leader of the House
|Pushkar Singh Dhami||23 March 2022|||
|Leader of BJP legislature party||Pushkar Singh Dhami||23 March 2022|
|Leader of Opposition
(Leader of INC legislature party)
|Yashpal Arya||18 April 2022|
Composition of the Assembly
|Party||Abbr.||Seats||Leader in the House|
|Bharatiya Janata Party||BJP||47||Pushkar Singh Dhami|
|Indian National Congress||INC||19||Yashpal Arya|
|Bahujan Samaj Party||BSP||02||Sarwat Karim Ansari|
Members of Legislative Assembly
- Government of Uttarakhand
- Governor of Uttarakhand
- Chief Minister of Uttarakhand
- Speaker of the Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly
- Leader of the Opposition in the Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly
- Cabinet of Uttarakhand
- List of constituencies of the Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly
- List of former constituencies of the Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly
- List of by-elections to the Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly
- Lok Sabha
- Rajya Sabha
- State Legislature
- State Legislative Assemblies
- State Legislative Councils
- A In the 2012 Assembly election, Uttarakhand Kranti Dal contested as "Uttarakhand Kranti Dal (P)" led by then party president Trivendra Singh Panwar. The original party name and the election symbol (chair) was frozen by the Election Commission of India following the factionism and leadership dispute within the party that led to its break-up. Its original name and party symbol were restored in 2017.
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