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Chief Ministers of Uttar Pradesh
Chief Ministers of Uttar Pradesh are entrusted with executive powers and serve a 5 years term. The current chief minister of Uttar Pradesh is Akhilesh Yadav.
 
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Sl.No. Name Took Office Left Office Political Party
1 Nawab Sir Muhammad Ahmad Said Khan Chhatari 4/3/1937 7/16/1937 Independent
2 Govind Ballabh Pant 7/17/1937 11/2/1939 Indian National Congress
&nbsp; &nbsp; 4/1/1946 1/25/1950 &nbsp;
&nbsp; &nbsp; 1/26/1950 5/20/1952 &nbsp;
&nbsp; &nbsp; 5/20/1952 12/27/1954 &nbsp;
3 Sampurnanand 12/28/1954 4/9/1957 Indian National Congress
&nbsp; &nbsp; 4/10/1957 12/6/1960 &nbsp;
4 Chandra Bhanu Gupta 12/7/1960 4/14/1962 Indian National Congress
&nbsp; &nbsp; 4/14/1962 10/1/1963 &nbsp;
5 Sucheta Kriplani 10/2/1963 3/13/1967 Indian National Congress
6 Chandra Bhanu Gupta [2] 3/14/1967 4/2/1967 Indian National Congress
7 Charan Singh 4/3/1967 2/25/1968 Bharatiya Lok Dal
8 Chandra Bhanu Gupta [3] 2/26/1969 2/17/1970 Indian National Congress
9 Charan Singh [2] 2/18/1970 10/1/1970 Bharatiya Lok Dal
&nbsp; President's Rule 10/2/1970 10/18/1970 &nbsp;
10 Tribhuvana Narayana Singh 10/18/1970 4/3/1971 Indian National Congress
11 Kamalapati Tripathi 4/4/1971 6/12/1973 Indian National Congress
&nbsp; President's Rule 6/12/1973 11/8/1973 &nbsp;
12 Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna 11/8/1973 4/4/1974 Indian National Congress
&nbsp; &nbsp; 4/5/1974 11/29/1975 &nbsp;
&nbsp; President's Rule 11/30/1975 1/21/1976 &nbsp;
13 Narayan Dutt Tiwari 1/21/1976 4/30/1977 Indian National Congress
&nbsp; President's Rule 4/30/1977 6/23/1977 &nbsp;
14 Ram Naresh Yadav 6/23/1977 2/27/1979 Janata Party
15 Banarsi Das 2/28/1979 2/17/1980 Janata Party
&nbsp; President's Rule 2/17/1980 6/9/1980 &nbsp;
16 Vishwanath Pratap Singh 6/9/1980 7/18/1982 Indian National Congress
17 Sripati Mishra 7/19/1982 8/2/1984 Indian National Congress
18 Narayan Dutt Tiwari [2] 8/3/1984 3/10/1985 Indian National Congress
&nbsp; &nbsp; 3/11/1985 9/24/1985 &nbsp;
19 Vir Bahadur Singh 9/24/1985 6/24/1988 Indian National Congress
20 Narayan Dutt Tiwari [3] 6/25/1988 12/5/1989 Indian National Congress
21 Mulayam Singh Yadav 12/5/1989 6/24/1991 Janata Dal
22 Kalyan Singh 6/24/1991 12/6/1992 Bharatiya Janata Party
&nbsp; President's Rule 12/6/1992 12/4/1993 &nbsp;
23 Mulayam Singh Yadav [2] 12/4/1993 6/3/1995 Samajwadi Party
24 Mayawati 6/3/1995 10/18/1995 Bahujan Samaj Party
&nbsp; President's Rule 10/18/1995 3/21/1997 &nbsp;
25 Mayawati [2] 3/21/1997 9/21/1997 Bahujan Samaj Party
26 Kalyan Singh [2] 9/21/1997 2/21/1998 Bharatiya Janata Party
27 Jagdambika Pal 2/21/1998 2/23/1998 Indian National Congress
28 Kalyan Singh [3] &nbsp; 11/12/1999 Bharatiya Janata Party
29 Ram Prakash Gupta 11/12/1999 10/28/2000 Bharatiya Janata Party
30 Rajnath Singh 10/28/2000 3/8/2002 Bharatiya Janata Party
&nbsp; President's Rule 3/8/2002 5/3/2002 &nbsp;
31 Mayawati [3] 5/3/2002 8/29/2003 Bahujan Samaj Party
32 Mulayam Singh Yadav [3] 8/29/2003 5/13/2007 Samajwadi Party
33 Mayawati [4] 5/13/2007 7/3/2012 Bahujan Samaj Party
34 Akhilesh Yadav 15/3/2012 - Samajwadi Party
(Last Updated on : 19/07/2012)
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