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Jharkhand Election Winning Candidate List 2019: Full List of winners

Jharkhand Election Winner List 2019: JMM's Hemant Soren staged victory from both Barhait and Dumka, while incumbent CM Raghubar Das lost his bastion seat-Jamshedpur East. Get the full list of winners here. 

Dec 26, 2019 17:40 IST
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Jharkhand Election Winner List 2019: The JMM-Congress-RJD alliance won a clear majority in the Jharkhand Assembly Elections 2019. The opposition alliance defeated the ruling Raghubar Das-led BJP government by winning 47 seats in the 81-member Jharkhand Assembly. 

The incumbent CM Raghubar Das lost from Jamshedpur East by 15833 votes, while JMM’s Hemant Soren won from both Barhait and Dumka. The first-ever Chief Minister of Jharkhand Babulal Marandi also won from Dhanwar by 17550 votes. 

The Jharkhand Election Results 2019 revealed a large anti-incumbency wave. The state of Jharkhand has never seen the same government being voted back to power in succession. 

Also read: Jharkhand Election Results 2019

Jharkhand election candidate list 2019: Complete List of leading candidates

Constituency

2019 Winning Candidates

Winning Party

Baghmara

Dulu Mahato

BJP

Bagodar

Vinod Kumar Singh

CPI(M-L)

Baharagora

 

Samir Kr. Mohanty

JMM

Barhait

Hemant Soren

JMM

Barhi

Umashankar Akela

INC

Barkagaon

Amba Prasad

INC

Barkatha

Amit Kumar Yadav

Independent

Bermo

Rajendra Pd. Singh

INC

Bhawanathpur

Bhanu Pratap Shahi

BJP

Bishrampur

Ramchandra Chandravanshi

BJP

Bishunpur

Chamra Linda

JMM

Bokaro

Biranchi Narayan

BJP

Borio

Lobin Hembrom

JMM

Chaibasa

Deepak Birua

JMM

Chakradharpur

Sukhram Oraon

JMM

Chandankyari

Amar Kumar Bauri

BJP

Chatra

Satyanand Bhokta

RJD

Chattarpur

Pushpa Devi

BJP

Daltonganj

Alok Kumar Chaurasiya

BJP

Deoghar

Narayan Das

BJP

Dhanbad

Raj Sinha

BJP

Dhanwar

Babulal Marandi

JVM

Dumka

Hemant Soren

JMM

Dumri

Jagarnath Mahto

JMM

Gandey

 

Dr. Sarfaraz Ahmed

JMM

Garhwa

Mithilesh Kumar Thakur

JMM

Ghatsila

 

Ramdas Soren

JMM

Giridih

 

Sudivya Kumar

JMM

Godda

Amit Kumar Mandal

BJP

Gomia

Lambodar Mahto

AJSU

Gumla

Bhushan Tirkey

JMM

Hatia

Navin Jaiswal

BJP

Hazaribagh

 

Manish Jaiswal

BJP

Hussainabad

 

Kamlesh Kumar Singh

NCP

Ichagarh

Sabita Mahato

JMM

Jagannathpur

Sona Ram Sinku

INC

Jama

 

Sita Murmu

JMM

Jamshedpur East

 

Saryu Roy

Independent

Jamshedpur West

 

Banna Gupta

INC

Jamtara

 

Irfan Ansari

INC

Jamua

Kedar Hazra

 

BJP

Jarmundi

 

Badal

 

INC

Jharia

Purnima Niraj Singh

INC

Jugsalai

 

Mangal Kalindi

JMM

Kanke

Sammari Lal

BJP

Kharasawan

 

Dashrath Gagrai

JMM

Khijri

Rajesh Kachhap

INC

Khunti

Nilkanth Singh Munda

BJP

Kodarma

 

Dr. Neera Yadav

BJP

Kolebira

Naman Bixal Kongari

INC

Latehar

Baidyanath Ram

JMM

Littipara

Dinesh William Marandi

JMM

Lohardaga

 

Rameshwar Oraon

INC

Madhupur

 

Haji Hussain Ansari

JMM

Mahagama

Deepika Pandey Singh

INC

Maheshpur

Stephen Marandi

JMM

Majhganon

 

Niral Purty

JMM

Mandar

Bandhu Tirkey

JVM

Mandu

Jai Prakash Bhai Patel

BJP

Manika

Ramchandra Singh

INC

Manoharpur

Joba Majhi

JMM

Nala

Rabindra Nath Mahato

JMM

Nirsa

Aparna Sengupta

BJP

Pakur

Alamgir Alam

 

INC

Panki

 

Kushwaha Shashi Bhushan Mehta

BJP

Poreyahat

Pradeep Yadav

JVM

Potka

 

Sanjib Sardar 

JMM

Rajmahal

 

Anant Kumar Ojha

BJP

Ramgarh

 

Mamta Devi

INC

Ranchi

Chandreshwar Prasad Singh

BJP

Saraikella

 

Champai Soren

JMM

Sarath

Randhir Kumar Singh

BJP

Shikaripara

Nalin Soren

JMM

Silli

Sudesh Kumar Mahto

AJSU

Simaria

Kishun Kumar Das 

BJP

Simdega

 

Bhushan Bara

INC

Sindri

Indrajit Mahato

BJP

Sisai

 

Jiga Susaran Horo

 

JMM

Tamar

Vikas Kumar Munda

 

JMM

Torpa

Koche Munda

BJP

Tundi

Mathura Prasad Mahato

JMM

Background 

Jharkhand was carved out of Bihar on November 15, 2000. Babulal Morandi had become the first-ever Chief Minister of the state. Since then, the state has witnessed three assembly elections and a total of six Chief Ministers, as before BJP’s Raghubar Das-led government, no state government had completed its full five-year term in the state. 

The six CMs of Jharkhand include 5 former CMs Babulal Morandi, Arjun Munda, Madhu Koda, Shibu Soren and Hemant Soren and incumbent CM Raghubar Das. No Chief Minister in the state has ever retained his position previously. 

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