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2024 Uttar Pradesh Lok Sabha Election: Is the BJP Able to Repeat Its Victorious Result in Ghaziabad?

Uttar Pradesh Lok Sabha Election 2024: There will be seven stages to the approximately two-month-long parliamentary elections in Uttar Pradesh, starting on April 19 and ending on June 1, 2024. With the biggest number of Lok Sabha seats in the nation—80—Uttar Pradesh sends the most Members of Parliament to the Lower House of Parliament, guaranteeing success for any party that takes control of this enormous state.

Schedule for the Uttar Pradesh Lok Sabha Elections of 2024
The Uttar Pradesh Lok Sabha elections for the following constituencies will take place in seven phases:

First phase: April 19
Constituents:

Saharanpur

Kairana

Muzaffarnagar

Bijnor

Nagina

Moradabad

Rampur

Pilibhit

Phase 2: 26 April
Constituents:

Amroha

Meerut

Baghpat

Ghaziabad

Nagar, Gautam Buddha

Bulandshahr, South Carolina

The Aligarh

Mathura

Phase 3: Constituencies on May 7:

Sambhal

Hathras

Agra

Sikri Fatehpur

Firozabad

Mainpuri

Etah

Badaun

Amla

bareilly

Aonla

Phase 4: Constituencies of May 13:

Shahjahanpur, Southern

Kheri Lakhimpur

Dhaurahara

Sita

Hardoi

Misrikh

Notao

Farrukhabad

Etawah

Kannauj

Kanpur

The Akbarpur

Bahraich

Phase 5: Constituencies to May 20:

Mohanlalganj

Lucknow

Bareli Rae

Amethi

Jalaun

Jhansi

Hamirpur

Banda

The Fatehpur

Kaushambi

Barabanki

Faizabad

Kaiserganj

Gonda

Phase 6: Constituencies to May 25:

Sultanpur

Pratapgarh

Phulpur

Allahabad

Ambedkarnagar

Shravasti

Dumariyaganj

Basti

Kabir Nagar, Sant

Lalganj, State of Tamil Nadu

Azamgarh

Jaunpur

Machhilshahr

Bhadohi

Phase 7: First of June
Constituents:

Maharajganj

Gorakhpur

Kushinagar

Deoria

Bansgaon, Southern

Ghosi

Salempur

Ballia

Ghazipur

Chandauli

Varanasi

Mirzapur

Robertsganj, South Carolina

Election to the Lok Sabha in Ghaziabad in 2024: Party-wise candidates list TBA

2019 Ghaziabad Lok Sabha Election: Winner of the Constituency Seat
In the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections, Vijay Kumar Singh of the BJP defeated Suresh Bansal of the SP by a margin of 5,01,500 votes.

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