Chief Ministers of Uttar Pradesh

1. Nawab Sir Muhammad Ahmad Said Khan Chhatari 3 Apr 1937 to 16 Jul 1937 Independent
2. Govind Ballabh Pant 17 Jul 1937 to 2 Nov 1939 Indian National Congress
3. Govind Ballabh Pant 1 Apr 1946 to 25 Jan 1950 Indian National Congress
4. Govind Ballabh Pant 26 Jan 1950 to 20 May 1952 Indian National Congress
5. Govind Ballabh Pant 20 May 1952 to 27 Dec 1954 Indian National Congress
6. Sampurnanand 28 Dec 1954 to 9 Apr 1957 Indian National Congress
7. Sampurnanand 10 Apr 1957 to 6 Dec 1960 Indian National Congress
8. Chandra Bhanu Gupta 7 Dec 1960 to 14 Apr 1962 Indian National Congress
9. Chandra Bhanu Gupta 14 Apr 1962 to 1 Oct 1963 Indian National Congress
10. Sucheta Kriplani 2 Oct 1963 to 13 Mar 1967 Indian National Congress
11. Chandra Bhanu Gupta 14 Mar 1967 to 2 Apr 1967 Indian National Congress
12. Charan Singh 3 Apr 1967 to 25 Feb 1968 Bharatiya Lok Dal
13. Chandra Bhanu Gupta 26 Feb 1969 to 17 Feb 1970 Indian National Congress
14. Charan Singh 18 Feb 1970 to 1 Oct 1970 Bharatiya Lok Dal
15. Tribhuvana Narayana Singh 18 Oct 1970 to 3 Apr 1971 Indian National Congress
16. Kamalapati Tripathi 4 Apr 1971 to 12 Jun 1973 Indian National Congress
17. Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna 8 Nov 1973 to 4 Apr 1974 Indian National Congress
18. Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna 5 Apr 1974 to 29 Nov 1975 Indian National Congress
19. Narayan Dutt Tiwari 21 Jan 1976 to 30 Apr 1977 Indian National Congress
20. Ram Naresh Yadav 23 Jun 1977 to 27 Feb 1979 Janata Party
21. Banarsi Das 28 Feb 1979 to 17 Feb 1980 Janata Party
22. Vishwanath Pratap Singh 9 Jun 1980 to 18 Jul 1982 Indian National Congress
23. Sripati Mishra 19 Jul 1982 to 2 Aug 1984 Indian National Congress
24. Narayan Dutt Tiwari 3 Aug 1984 to 10 Mar 1985 Indian National Congress
25. Narayan Dutt Tiwari 11 Mar 1985 to 24 Sep 1985 Indian National Congress
26. Vir Bahadur Singh 24 Sep 1985 to 24 Jun 1988 Indian National Congress
27. Narayan Dutt Tiwari 25 Jun 1988 to 5 Dec 1989 Indian National Congress
28. Mulayam Singh Yadav 5 Dec 1989 to 24 Jun 1991 Janata Dal
29. Kalyan Singh 24 Jun 1991 to 6 Dec 1992 Bharatiya Janata Party
30. Mulayam Singh Yadav 4 Dec 1993 to 3 Jun 1995 Samajwadi Party
31. Mayawati 3 Jun 1995 to 18 Oct 1995 Bahujan Samaj Party
32. Mayawati 21 Mar 1997 to 21 Sep 1997 Bahujan Samaj Party
33. Kalyan Singh 21 Sep 1997 to 21 Feb 1998 Bharatiya Janata Party
34. Jagdambika Pal 21 Feb 1998 to 23 Feb 1998 Indian National Congress
35. Kalyan Singh 12 Nov 1999 Bharatiya Janata Party
36. Ram Prakash Gupta 12 Nov 1999 to 28 Oct 2000 Bharatiya Janata Party
37. Ram Prakash Gupta 12 Nov 1999 to 28 Oct 2000 Bharatiya Janata Party
38. Rajnath Singh 28 Oct 2000 to 8 Mar 2002 Bharatiya Janata Party
39. Mayawati 3 May 2002 to 29 Aug 2003 Bahujan Samaj Party
40. Mulayam Singh Yadav 29 Aug 2003 to 13 May 2007 Samajwadi Party
41. Mayawati 13 May 2007 to till date Bahujan Samaj Party

Decision to join the UPA government will be taken by netaji: Akhilesh

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Sunday said the decision to join the UPA government at the Centre in the changed political scenario would be taken by SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav. Mulayam is going to Delhi and will...

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Mayawati file his nomination for Rajya Sabha today

BSP supremo and former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati will file her nomination for the Rajya Sabha at 11:30am on Tuesday. She will file her nomination papers in the Lucknow assembly. Mayawati held a meeting with party MPs, MLAs and...

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Uttar Pradesh to be saved from all wrongs: Akhilesh

The 38-years-old leader and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister-designate Akhilesh Yadav today said there was no move as of now to form a Third Front and termed his invitation to West Bengal and Tamil Nadu Chief Ministers for his swearing-in ceremony...

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Wherever Rahul Gandhi goes, Congress lose: Sukhbir Singh Badal

Shiromani Akali Dal's leader Parkash Singh Badal's son Sukhbir Singh Badal taking a dig at Rahul Gandhi said he will encourage the Congress General Secretary to campaign more. "Wherever Rahul Gandhi goes, Congress loses...we will encourage him to campaign more,"...

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We will work with full honesty to ensure progress of UP: Akhilesh

Akhilesh Yadav Speaking to the press, moments after party’s newly elected MLAs unanimously elected him as their leader, Akhilesh said, I thank the people of Uttar Pradesh for the mandate given to Samajwadi party. I thank the people for having...

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P will focus to maintain law and order: Akhilesh Yadav

38-year-old Akhilesh Yadav, who selected the CM post in Uttar Pradesh on Saturday said, that Law and order will be the priority of the new SP government in Uttar Pradesh, no discrimination will be made on the basis of caste...

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Akhilesh Yadav will new chief minister of UP

Akhilesh Yadav, three-time MP from Kanauj will new chief minister of Uttar Pradesh now. Akhilesh, the parliamentarian son of SP chief and former chief minister Mulayam Singh Yadav, is to be sworn in March 15. Mulayam's brother Shivpal Singh Yadav...

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Mayawati metting today for discuss the reasons behind defeat in UP

After the defeat in recently held Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections, Bahujan Samajwadi Party (BSP) leaders are meeting on Saturday to discuss the reasons behind the stunning reversal in the party’s poll fortunes. BSP supremo Mayawati is expected to take some...

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Congress’s problem is that it has many leaders: Sonia

UPA chairperson and Congress leader Sonia Gandhi after her defeat in UP ruled out any "damage" to the United Progressive Alliance government in the wake of electoral outcomes in which, she said, wrong choice of candidates and weak organisation in...

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Samajwadi party may take decision on UP CM after Holi

Uttar Pradesh may have to wait for a while as to know who will be the next chief minister - Mulayam Singh Yadav or Akhilesh - after the Samajwadi Party decided to take the all-important decision after Holi. Sources said...

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