Distribution of Lok Sabha Seats in Indian states


The Parliament of India comprises of Rajya Sabha, Lok Sabha and President. There can be maximum 552 members (530 states + 20 Union Territories + 2 Anglo Indians) in the Indian Lok Sabha.
Currently only 543 members (530 states+13 UTs) are elected for Lok Sabha from different states and UTs; if no member of Anglo Indian community is elected among these 543 then the President of India can nominate 2 members of this community in the Lok Sabha
The representatives of the states in the Lok Sabha are directly elected by the people from the territorial constituencies in the states.
The election is based on the principle of universal adult franchise. Every Indian citizen who has cross the age of 18 years is eligible to vote. Earlier the age of voting was 21 years but later on it was reduced to 18 years after the 61st Constitutional Amendment Act, 1988.
The seat alocation to the different states and UTs is done on the basis of population of the 1971.
Here is the list of distribution of Lok Sabha seats in the Indian states:-
States
Constituencies
 1. Uttar Pradesh
 80
 2. Maharashtra
 48
 3. West Bengal
 42
 4. Bihar
 40
 5. Tamil Nadu
 39
 6. Madhya Pradesh
 29
 7. Karnataka
 28
 8. Gujarat
 26
 9. Rajasthan
 25
 10. Andhra Pradesh
 25
 11. Orissa
 21
 12. Kerala
 20
 13. Telangana
 17
 14. Assam
 14
 15. Jharkhand
 14
 16. Punjab
 13
 17. Chhattisgarh
 11
 18. Haryana
 10
 19. Jammu and Kashmir
 6
 20. Uttarakhand
 5
 21. Himachal Pradesh
 4
 22. Arunachal Pradesh
 2
 23. Goa
 2
 24. Manipur
 2
 25. Meghalaya
 2
 26. Tripura
 2
 27. Mizoram
 1
 28. Nagaland
 1
 29. Sikkim
 1
       Total 530
 Union Territories
 Constituencies
 1 . Delhi
 7
 2 . Andaman and Nicobar Islands
 1
 3. Chandigarh
 1
 4. Dadra and Nagar Haveli
 1
 5. Daman and Diu
 1
 6. Lakshadweep
 1
 7. Pondicherry
 1
             Total 13
 Grand Total
543
The president of India is entitled to nominate 2 members in the Lok Sabha. If the president of India think that there is no representation (if no Anglo Indian member won the election) in the Lok Sabha from the Anglo Indian Community then he can nominate 2 members. The number of Members of Parliment will be reviewed in the 2026.

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