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Uttarakhand Interim Legislative Assembly

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Type  Unicameral
Seats  30
Uttarakhand Interim Legislative Assembly
Speaker  Prakash Pant (2000-2002), BJP
Leader of the House  Nityanand Swami (2000-2001), BJP Bhagat Singh Koshyari (2001-2002), BJP
Leader of the Opposition  Indira Hridayesh (2000-2002), INC
Political groups  Government (21)      BJP (21) (including the Speaker) Opposition (9)      INC (4)      SP (3)      BSP (2)

The Uttarakhand Interim Legislative Assembly also known as the Uttarakhand Antarim Vidhan Sabha, (Hindi: उत्तराखण्ड अन्तरिम विधानसभा) was a unicameral governing and law making body of the newly formed Indian state of Uttarakhand (then Uttaranchal). As a Provisional Legislative Assembly it came into existence with the formation of the State of Uttarakhand at November 9th, 2000 which was later succeeded by the Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly with the first assembly election that took place in February 14th, 2002. It was at that time consisted with total 30 Members including 22 Members of the Legislative Assembly and 8 Members of the Legislative Council from the Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council of Uttar Pradesh, off which then Uttarakhand was formed out.

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Uttarakhand Interim Legislative Assembly Wikipedia


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