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Find out the list of upcoming state elections in India, current tenure dates along with total number of seats in Assembly/Parliament/Rajyasabha.

List of upcoming elections in india state wise

No. State NameElection YearCurrent TenureTotal ACTotal PCTotal Rajyasabha
1MizoramMizoram202318 Dec, 2018 - 17 Dec, 20234011
2ChhattisgarhChhattisgarh20234 Jan, 2019 - 3 Jan, 202490115
3Madhya PradeshMadhya Pradesh20237 Jan, 2019 - 6 Jan, 20242302911
4RajasthanRajasthan202315 Jan, 2019 - 14 Jan, 20242002510
5TelanganaTelangana202317 Jan, 2019 - 16 Jan, 2024119177
6Andhra PradeshAndhra Pradesh202412 June, 2019 - 11 June, 20241752511
7Arunachal PradeshArunachal Pradesh20243 June, 2019 - 2 June, 20246021
8OdishaOdisha202425 June, 2019 - 24 June, 20241472110
9SikkimSikkim20243 June, 2019 - 2 June, 20243211
10HaryanaHaryana20244 Nov, 2019 - 4 Nov, 202490105
11MaharashtraMaharashtra202427 Nov, 2019 - 26 Nov, 20242884819
12JharkhandJharkhand20256 Jan, 2020 - 5 Jan, 202581146
13DelhiDelhi202524 Feb, 2020 - 23 Feb, 20257073
14BiharBihar202523 Nov, 2021 - 22 Nov, 20252434016
15AssamAssam202621 May, 2021 - 20 May, 2026126147
16KeralaKerala202624 May, 2021 - 23 May, 2026140209
17Tamil NaduTamil Nadu202611 May, 2021 - 10 May, 20262343918
18West BengalWest Bengal20268 May, 2021 - 7 May, 20262944216
19PuducherryPuducherry202616 June, 2021 - 15 June, 20263011
20GoaGoa202715 Mar, 2022 - 14 Mar, 20274021
21ManipurManipur202714 Mar, 2022 - 13 Mar, 20276021
22PunjabPunjab202717 Mar, 2022 - 16 Mar, 2027117137
23UttarakhandUttarakhand202729 Mar, 2022 - 28 Mar, 20277053
24Uttar PradeshUttar Pradesh202723 May, 2022 - 22 May, 20274038031
25GujaratGujarat202712 Dec, 2022 - 11 Dec, 20271822611
26Himachal PradeshHimachal Pradesh202712 Dec, 2022 - 11 Dec, 20276843
27MeghalayaMeghalaya202823 Mar, 2023 - 22 Mar, 20286021
28NagalandNagaland202823 Mar, 2023 - 22 Mar, 20286011
29TripuraTripura202823 Mar, 2023 - 22 Mar, 20286021
30KarnatakaKarnataka202817 May, 2023 - 16 May, 20282242812

Upcoming assembly election in 2023

In the run-up to the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, at least four states are set to hold elections in 2023. Earlier this year, successful elections were conducted in Tripura, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Karnataka. Subsequently, assembly elections are also scheduled to take place in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Telangana during the second half of 2023.

Rajasthan

In the 2023 Rajasthan legislative assembly election, held on November 25, electors continued the state’s trend of voting out the incumbent after only a single term. The Congress, which defeated the BJP in 2018, lost power this time, with the saffron party forming government in the desert state. The Congress won just 69 seats in the 200-member assembly, with the BJP winning 115, well above the majority mark of 101. Instead of going with Vasundhara Raje, its tallest leader in Rajasthan and a former 2-term chief minister, the BJP picked Bhajan Lal Sharma, a first-time legislator, as its new leader in the state.

Chhattisgarh

The 2023 Chhattisgarh legislative assembly election was held in two phases – November 7 and 17-- to elect all 90 members of the state assembly. In 2018, the Congress had won 68 seats (35 now), and dethroned Raman Singh, the three-time CM, and the Singh-led BJP government. This time, however, the results came as a big shock to the Congress, as the BJP (54 seats) regained power, belying predictions made by the opinion and exit polls. Since the formation of Chhattisgarh in November 2000, the Congress had not won an election in the state, and since 2003, the BJP had been in power, with Raman Singh serving as the CM. Now, in 2023, the BJP ousted the Bhupesh Baghel government.

Madhya Pradesh

The 2023 Madhya Pradesh legislative assembly election was held on November 17, to elect all 230 members of the assembly. The BJP (163 seats) handed the Congress (66) a resounding defeat; in 2018, the letter had emerged as the single-largest party. With the backing of the Samajwadi Party's one MLA, the BSP's two MLAs, and the four Independent MLAs, the Congress secured 114 seats and formed the government, with Kamal Nath becoming the CM. But in March 2020, as many as 22 Congress MLAs, loyal to Jyotiraditya Scindia, left the party and joined the BJP with him, resulting in the collapse of the Nath-led government. Shivraj Singh Chouhan of the BJP took office for his fourth term as CM.

Telangana

The 2023 Telangana legislative assembly election was held on November 30 to elect all 119 members of the assembly. Then-CM K Chandrashekar Rao's Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), now known as the Bharatha Rashtra Samithi or BRS, won 88 seats in the 2018 election. Since Telangana's creation as an independent state from Andhra Pradesh in June 2014, KCR had maintained uncontested rule in the region. This time, however, the Congress (64 seats) ousted KCR and BRS (39), with Revanth Reddy, the state Congress chief, becoming Telangana’s second chief minister, and the first not from the BRS.

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