Upcoming Elections in India are by far the most crucial component of a democracy, as they determine who will rule India for next 5 years. The year 2022 will see seven elections, the biggest crucial of which will be in Uttar Pradesh, that will deliver the greatest MPs to legislature.
Elections to the President of India, Vice President of India, by-elections to the Lok Sabha, election campaigns to the Rajya Sabha, election campaigns to government regulatory compositions of 8 (eight) nations, by-elections to state legislatures components, and countless other elections and by-elections to province legislatures councils and municipal bodies all will take place in India in 2022.
2022 Upcoming Indian Presidential Election
The Indian presidential elections of 2022 will be the country’s 17th presidential elections. At the moment of the elections, Ram Nath Kovind is likely to be the current president. The President of India is required by Article 56(1) of the Constitution of India to serve for a duration of five years. Following the expiration of President Kovind’s term, an election to fulfill the vacancy is supposed to be held.
Presidential Elections – Upcoming Election in India
According to Article 58 of the Constitution of India, the President and Vice President of India should be Indian nationals by birth and should be at least 35 years of age. Applicants for the president often pursue nominations from one of the political groups, after which every organization implements a procedure (including a primary elections) to select the contender it believes is most prepared to stand for the office. Historically, primary contests are indirect elections in which people vote for a list of team representatives who have committed their support to a specific contender. The representatives of the parties then choose a member running on the party’s behalf.
The general election in July is also an indirect vote, in which people vote for a list of Elective College representatives, who then pick the president and vice president immediately.
2022 Indian Vice-Presidential Election
The Vice President of India is appointed for a five-year term, according to Article 56(1) of the Constitution of India. Following the tenure of Vice President Venkaiah Naidu’s expiration, an election to replace the position is anticipated to be held in August 2022. The Vice President is chosen by an election system consisting of Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha representatives. Representatives of the stated parties who have been elected also are able to vote in an election. Secret ballot counting is used.
Elections to the Indian Rajya Sabha will be held in 2022.
The Rajya Sabha elections will be held during 2022 to select the retiring representatives of the Indian Legislature’s upper chamber, the Rajya Sabha. Because the union state is now under President’s control and the parliament has been disbanded, polls to the four empty posts from Jammu and Kashmir also weren’t conducted in February.
Here you can find the list of upcoming elections in India in 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025 and 2026.
Chief Election Commissioner Sushil Chandra asserted that the Election Commission is confident in holding the five assembly polls scheduled for early next year. The Legislative Assembly Election of Goa, Manipur, Punjab and Uttarakhand will end in March 2022. Meanwhile, the term of Uttar Pradesh’s legislative assembly will end in May. Different political parties are already preparing for the Assembly Elections of five States that will take place next year. The Central Election Commission also began brainstorming about preparations for the forthcoming elections. The meeting focused on the topic of polls next year and was discussed.
BJP has five state governors, while Congress has a government in Punjab. The Central Election Commission faces a major challenge in conducting elections in such a large country, especially during Corona. Panchayat elections don’t have party symbols. However, major political parties saw this as a test run for the 2022 assembly elections. The BJP started preparations in 2019 to ensure a positive outcome. They had already posted district and regional in-charges to prepare and trained booth committee members. To remove any threat of nepotism, the party made it a point not to issue tickets to the kin ministers, MLAs or party officials.
Upcoming Elections in India:
|S. No||State||Tenure||Year||Total AC||Total PC||Total Rajyasabha|
|1||Goa||15 Mar, 2017 – 14 Mar, 2022||2022||40||2||1|
|2||Manipur||15 Mar, 2017 – 14 Mar, 2022||2022||60||2||1|
|3||Punjab||16 Mar, 2017 – 15 Mar, 2022||2022||117||13||7|
|4||Uttar Pradesh||19 May, 2017 – 18 Mar, 2022||2022||403||80||31|
|5||Uttarakhand||18 Mar, 2017 – 17 Mar, 2022||2022||70||5||3|
|6||Gujarat||Dec 2017 – Dec 2022||2022||182||26||11|
|7||Himachal Pradesh||Dec 2017- Dec 2022||2022||68||4||3|
|8||Meghalaya||6 March, 2018 – 5 March, 2023||2023||60||2||1|
|9||Nagaland||6 March, 2018 – 5 March, 2023||2023||60||1||1|
|10||Tripura||14 March, 2018 – 13 March, 2023||2023||60||2||1|
|11||Karnataka||29 May, 2018 – 28 May, 2023||2023||224||28||12|
|12||Chhattisgarh||11 Dec, 2018 – 10 Dec, 2023||2023||90||11||5|
|13||Madhya Pradesh||10 Dec, 2018 – 07 Jan, 2023||2023||230||29||11|
|14||Mizoram||16 Dec, 2018 – 15 Dec, 2023||2023||40||1||1|
|15||Rajasthan||10 Dec, 2018 – 20 Jan, 2023||2023||200||25||10|
|16||Telangana||10 Dec, 2018 – 10 Dec, 2023||2023||119||17||7|
|17||Sikkim||28 May, 2019 – 27 May, 2024||2024||32||1||1|
|18||Andhra Pradesh||15 Jun, 2019 – 18 Jun, 2024||2024||175||25||11|
|19||Arunachal Pradesh||02 June, 2019 – 01 June, 2024||2024||60||2||1|
|20||Odisha||12 June, 2019 -11 June, 2024||2024||147||21||10|
|21||Haryana||27 Oct, 2019 – 26 Oct, 2024||2024||90||10||5|
|22||Maharashtra||28 Nov, 2019 – 27 Nov, 2024||2024||288||48||19|
|23||Jharkhand||29 Dec, 2019 – 28 Dec, 2024||2024||81||14||6|
|24||Delhi||16 Feb, 2020 – 15 Feb, 2025||2025||70||7||3|
|25||Bihar||20 Nov, 2015 – 19 Nov, 2020||2025||243||40||16|
|26||Assam||24 May, 2021 – 23 May, 2026||2026||126||14||7|
|27||Kerala||25 May, 2021 – 24 May, 2026||2026||140||20||9|
|28||Puducherry||23 May, 2021 – 22 May, 2026||2026||30||1||1|
|29||Tamil Nadu||23 May, 2021 – 22 May, 2026||2026||234||39||18|
|30||West Bengal||27 May, 2021 – 26 May, 2026||2026||294||42||16|