Indian Rajya Sabha elections, 2018

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Rajya Sabha elections, 2018

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65 seats to the Rajya Sabha
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Leader Arun Jaitley Ghulam Nabi Azad Akhilesh Yadav
Party BJP INC SP
Alliance NDA UPA
Leader since 2 June 2014 8 June 2014 1 January 2017
Leader's seat Uttar Pradesh Jammu and Kashmir Uttar Pradesh
Seats before 58 58 18
Seats after 69 50 13
Seat change Increase 11 Decrease 8 Decrease 5

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Leader Derek O'Brien
Party Trinamool Congress
Leader since 19 August 2011
Leader's seat West Bengal
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Seats after 13
Seat change  –

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Rajya Sabha elections are held in 2018 to elect the retiring members of the Rajya Sabha, Indian Parliament's upper chamber. The elections were held on January 16 to elect 3 members from Delhi and 1 member from Sikkim. The elections were held on March 23 to elect 58 members from 16 States and a by-election was held to elect 1 member from Kerala.[1] The elections were held on June 21 to elect 3 members from Kerala.

Elections

The elections were held to elect 3 members from National Capital Territory of Delhi and 1 member from Sikkim. 3 members from the National Capital Territory of Delhi retired on 27 January 2018 and 1 member from Sikkim retired on 23 February 2018. Elections for 58 seats and a by-election for 1 seat were held on 23 March 2018. The election was held for 3 seats of Kerala on 21 June 2018.

State Members retiring Date of retirement
Delhi 3 27 January 2018
Sikkim 1 23 February 2018
Andhra Pradesh 3 2 April 2018
Bihar 6 2 April 2018
Chhattisgarh 1 2 April 2018
Gujarat 4 2 April 2018
Haryana 1 2 April 2018
Himachal Pradesh 1 2 April 2018
Karnataka 4 2 April 2018
Madhya Pradesh 5 2 April 2018
Maharashtra 6 2 April 2018
Telangana 3 2 April 2018
Uttar Pradesh 10 2 April 2018
Uttarakhand 1 2 April 2018
West Bengal 5 2 April 2018
Odisha 3 3 April 2018
Rajasthan 3 3 April 2018
Jharkhand 2 3 May 2018
Kerala 3 1 July 2018

Members Elected

National Capital Territory of Delhi

Delhi had an election for 3 Rajya Sabha seats on 16 January 2018 to replace members retiring on 27 January 2018.

Seat No Former MP Former Party Elected MP Elected Party Reference
1 Karan Singh INC Sanjay Singh AAP
2 Parvez Hashmi Sushil Gupta
3 Janardan Dwivedi N. D. Gupta

Sikkim

Sikkim had an election for 1 Rajya Sabha seat on 16 January 2018 to replace member retiring on 23 February 2018.

Seat No Former MP Former Party Elected MP Elected Party Reference
1 Hishey Lachungpa SDF Hishey Lachungpa SDF

Andhra Pradesh

From Andhra Pradesh State, 3 members are elected unopposed for the Rajya Sabha seats on 15 March 2018, to replace members retiring on 2 April 2018.[2]

Seat No Former MP Former Party Elected MP Elected Party Reference
1 Tulla Devender Goud TDP C. M. Ramesh TDP [2]
2 Renuka Chowdhury INC Kanakamedala Ravindra Kumar
3 Chiranjeevi Vemireddy Prabhakar Reddy YSRCP

Bihar

From Bihar State, 6 members are elected unopposed for the Rajya Sabha seats on 15 March 2018, to replace members retiring on 2 April 2018.[3]

Seat No Former MP Former Party Elected MP Elected Party Reference
1 Ravi Shankar Prasad BJP Ravi Shankar Prasad BJP [3]
2 Dharmendra Pradhan Akhilesh Prasad Singh INC
3 Mahendra Prasad JD(U) Mahendra Prasad JD(U)
4 Bashistha Narain Singh Bashistha Narain Singh
5 Anil Kumar Sahani Ashfaque Karim RJD
6 Vacant (Ali Anwar) Manoj Jha

Chhattisgarh

From Chhattisgarh State, 1 member is elected for the Rajya Sabha seat on 23 March 2018, to replace member retiring on 2 April 2018.[4]

Seat No Former MP Former Party Elected MP Elected Party Reference
1 Bhushan Lal Jangde BJP Saroj Pandey BJP [5][4]

Gujarat

From Gujarat State, 4 members are elected unopposed for the Rajya Sabha seats on 15 March 2018, to replace members retiring on 2 April 2018.[6]

Seat No Former MP Former Party Elected MP Elected Party Reference
1 Parshottam Rupala BJP Parshottam Rupala BJP [6]
2 Mansukh L. Mandaviya Mansukh L. Mandaviya
3 Arun Jaitley Naranbhai Rathwa INC
4 Shankarbhai Vegad Amee Yajnik

Haryana

From Haryana State, 1 member is elected unopposed for the Rajya Sabha seats on 15 March 2018, to replace member retiring on 2 April 2018.[7]

Seat No Former MP Former Party Elected MP Elected Party Reference
1 Shadi Lal Batra INC D.P. Vats BJP [7]

Himachal Pradesh

From Himachal Pradesh State, 1 member is elected unopposed for the Rajya Sabha seats on 15 March 2018, to replace member retiring on 2 April 2018.[8]

Seat No Former MP Former Party Elected MP Elected Party Reference
1 Jagat Prakash Nadda BJP Jagat Prakash Nadda BJP [8][7]

Jharkhand

From Jharkhand State, 2 members are elected for the Rajya Sabha seats on 23 March 2018, to replace members retiring on 3 May 2018.[9]

Seat No Former MP Former Party Elected MP Elected Party Reference
1 Sanjiv Kumar JMM Sameer Oraon BJP [9][5]
2 Pradeep Kumar Balmuchu INC Dhiraj Prasad Sahu INC

Karnataka

From Karnataka State, 4 members are elected for the Rajya Sabha seats on 23 March 2018, to replace members retiring on 2 April 2018.[10]

Seat No Former MP Former Party Elected MP Elected Party Reference
1 R Ramakrishna BJP Syed Naseer Hussain INC [5][10]
2 Basavaraj Patil Sedam L. Hanumanthaiah
3 K. Rahman Khan INC G C Chandrasekhar
4 Vacant (Rajeev Chandrasekhar) Independent Rajeev Chandrasekhar BJP

Madhya Pradesh

From Madhya Pradesh State, 5 members are elected unopposed for the Rajya Sabha seats on 15 March 2018, to replace members retiring on 2 April 2018.[11]

Seat No Former MP Former Party Elected MP Elected Party Reference
1 Satyavrat Chaturvedi INC Rajmani Patel INC [11]
2 Meghraj Jain BJP Dharmendra Pradhan BJP
3 Prakash Javadekar Kailash Soni
4 La Ganesan Ajay Pratap Singh
5 Thawar Chand Gehlot Thawar Chand Gehlot

Maharashtra

From Maharashtra State, 6 members are elected unopposed for the Rajya Sabha seats on 15 March 2018, to replace members retiring on 2 April 2018.[12]

Seat No Former MP Former Party Elected MP Elected Party Reference
1 Ajay Sancheti BJP Prakash Javadekar BJP [12]
2 D. P. Tripathi NCP Narayan Rane
3 Rajeev Shukla INC V. Muraleedharan
4 Rajni Patil Kumar Ketkar INC
5 Vandana Chavan NCP Vandana Chavan NCP
6 Anil Desai SS Anil Desai SS

Odisha

From Odisha State, 3 members are elected unopposed for the Rajya Sabha seats on 15 March 2018, to replace members retiring on 3 April 2018.[13]

Seat No Former MP Former Party Elected MP Elected Party Reference
1 Ananga Udaya Singh Deo BJD Prashanta Nanda BJD [13]
2 Dilip Tirkey Achyuta Samanta
3 A V Swamy Independent Soumya Ranjan Patnaik

Rajasthan

From Rajasthan State, 3 members are elected unopposed for the Rajya Sabha seats on 15 March 2018, to replace members retiring on 3 April 2018.[14]

Seat No Former MP Former Party Elected MP Elected Party Reference
1 Abhishek Singhvi INC Kirodi Lal Meena BJP [14]
2 Narendra Budania Madan Lal Saini
3 Bhupender Yadav BJP Bhupender Yadav

Telangana

From Telangana State, 3 members are elected for the Rajya Sabha seats on 23 March 2018, to replace members retiring on 2 April 2018.[15]

Seat No Former MP Former Party Elected MP Elected Party Reference
1 C. M. Ramesh TDP Joginapally Santosh Kumar TRS [5][15]
2 Rapolu Ananda Bhaskar INC Badulgula Lingaiah Yadav
3 Vacant (P. Govardhan Reddy) Banda Prakash

Uttarakhand

From Uttarakhand State, 1 member is elected unopposed for the Rajya Sabha seats on 15 March 2018, to replace member retiring on 2 April 2018.[16]

Seat No Former MP Former Party Elected MP Elected Party Reference
1 Mahendra Singh Mahra INC Anil Baluni BJP [16]

Uttar Pradesh

From Uttar Pradesh State, 10 members are elected for the Rajya Sabha seats on 23 March 2018, to replace members retiring on 2 April 2018.[17]

Seat No Previous MP Previous Party Elected MP Elected Party Reference
1 Jaya Bachchan SP Jaya Bachchan SP [5][17]
2 Naresh Chandra Agrawal Arun Jaitley BJP
3 Alok Tiwari Anil Jain
4 Munvvar Saleem Ashok Bajpai
5 Darshan Singh Yadav Harnath Singh Yadav
6 Kiranmay Nanda Anil Agrawal
7 Munquad Ali BSP Sakal Deep Rajbhar
8 Vacant (Mayawati) Kanta Kardam
9 Pramod Tiwari INC G. V. L. Narasimha Rao
10 Vinay Katiyar BJP Vijaypal Singh Tomar

West Bengal

From West Bengal State, 5 members are elected for the Rajya Sabha seats on 23 March 2018, to replace members retiring on 2 April 2018.

Seat No Previous MP Previous Party Elected MP Elected Party Reference
1 Tapan Kumar Sen CPI(M) Abhishek Singhvi INC [5][5]
2 Nadimul Haque AITC Nadimul Haque AITC
3 Vivek Gupta Abir Biswas
4 Kunal Kumar Ghosh Santunu Sen
5 Vacant (Mukul Roy) Subhasish Chakraborty

Kerala

From Kerala State, 3 members are elected unopposed for the Rajya Sabha seats on 14 June 2018, to replace members retiring on 1 July 2018.

Seat No Former MP Former Party Elected MP Elected Party Reference
1 C.P. Narayanan CPI(M) Elamaram Kareem CPI(M) [18]
2 P. J. Kurien INC Binoy Viswam CPI
3 Joy Abraham KC(M) Jose K. Mani KC(M)

By-elections

In addition to scheduled elections, unforeseen vacancies, caused by members' resignation, death or disqualification, may also be filled via By-elections.

State Former MP Party Date of appointment Date of resign/disqualification Elected MP Party Date of appointment Date of retirement Reference
Uttar Pradesh Manohar Parrikar BJP 26 November 2014 2 September 2017 Hardeep Singh Puri BJP 9 January 2018 25 November 2020 [19]
Kerala M. P. Veerendra Kumar JD(U) 3 April 2016 20 December 2017 M. P. Veerendra Kumar IND[20] 24 March 2018 2 April 2022 [20]
Bihar Sharad Yadav JD(U) 8 July 2016 4 December 2017 TBD TBD TBD 7 July 2022

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