2019 Indian general election in Jharkhand

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2019 Indian general election in Jharkhand

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14 seats
Turnout66.80% Increase
  Arjun Munda 8992.JPG Shibu Soren.jpg
Leader Arjun Munda Shibu Soren
Alliance NDA UPA
Leader's seat Khunti (won) Dumka (lost)
Last election 12 2
Seats won 12 2
Seat change Steady Steady
Percentage 56.00% 34.58%
Swing Increase 12.20% Decrease 1.72%
Alliance Members   BJP
  AJSU
  JMM
  JVM
  RJD

Jharkhand Lok Sabha election result 2019.png

The 2019 Indian general elections were held in India between 29 April to 19 May 2019 to constitute the 17th Lok Sabha.[1][2]

Results

No Constituency Turnout[3] Winner Party Margin
1 Rajmahal 72.05 Increase Vijay Kumar Hansdak   JMM 99,195
2 Dumka 73.43 Increase Sunil Soren   BJP 47,590
3 Godda 69.57 Increase Nishikant Dubey   BJP 1,84,227
4 Chatra 64.97 Increase Sunil Kumar Singh   BJP 3,77,871
5 Kodarma 66.68 Increase Annapurna Devi Yadav   BJP 4,55,600
6 Giridih 67.12 Increase Chandra Prakash Chaudhary   AJSU 2,48,347
7 Dhanbad 60.47 Decrease Pashupati Nath Singh   BJP 4,86,194
8 Ranchi 64.49 Increase Sanjay Seth   BJP 2,83,026
9 Jamshedpur 67.19 Increase Bidyut Baran Mahato   BJP 3,02,090
10 Singhbhum 69.26 Increase Geeta Koda   INC 72,155
11 Khunti 69.25 Increase Arjun Munda   BJP 1,445
12 Lohardaga 66.30 Increase Sudarshan Bhagat   BJP 10,363
13 Palamau 64.34 Increase Vishnu Dayal Ram   BJP 4,77,606
14 Hazaribagh 64.85 Increase Jayant Sinha   BJP 4,79,548

Assembly segments wise lead of parties

Party Assembly segments Position in Assembly (as of 2019 election)
Indian National Congress 11 18

Candidates

No Constituency Candidates
NDA

  BJP (13)   AJSU (1)

UPA

  INC (7)   JMM (4)   JVM (2)   RJD (1)

1 Rajmahal Hemlal Murmu   BJP Vijay Hansdak   JMM
2 Dumka Sunil Soren   BJP Shibu Soren   JMM
3 Godda Nishikant Dubey   BJP Pradeep Yadav   JVM
4 Chatra Sunil Kumar Singh   BJP Manoj Kumar Yadav   INC
5 Kodarma Annapurna Devi Yadav   BJP Babulal Marandi   JVM
6 Giridih Chandra Prakash Chaudhary   AJSU Jagarnath Mahto   JMM
7 Dhanbad Pashupati Nath Singh   BJP Kirti Azad   INC
8 Ranchi Sanjay Seth   BJP Subodh Kant Sahay   INC
9 Jamshedpur Bidyut Baran Mahato   BJP Champai Soren   JMM
10 Singhbhum Laxman Giluwa   BJP Geeta Koda   INC
11 Khunti Arjun Munda   BJP Kalicharan Munda   INC
12 Lohardaga Sudarshan Bhagat   BJP Sukhdeo Bhagat   INC
13 Palamau Vishnu Dayal Ram   BJP Ghuran Ram   RJD
14 Hazaribagh Jayant Sinha   BJP Gopal Sahu   INC

Opinion polling

Date published Polling agency Lead
NDA UPA
09 April 2019 Times Now - VMR 11 3 8
08 April 2019 News Nation 9 5 4
06 April 2019 India TV - CNX 10 4 6
05 April 2019 Jan Ki Baat 9-11 3-5 6-8
30 March 2019 VDP Associates 7 7  –
24 Jan 2019 Republic TV - Cvoter 5 9 4
05 Jan 2019 VDP Associates 4 10 6
Date published Polling agency Lead
NDA UPA JMM JVM
Jan 2019 Republic TV - Cvoter 41.9% 46.5% 10.1% 4.6%

References

  1. ^ Singh, Vijaita (1 September 2018). "General election will be held in 2019 as per schedule, says Rajnath Singh". The Hindu. ISSN 0971-751X. Retrieved 4 January 2019.
  2. ^ Vishnoi, Anubhuti (25 February 2019). "Lok Sabha polls dates soon after EC team's Kashmir visit". The Economic Times.
  3. ^ Final voter turnout of Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the Lok Sabha Elections 2019, The Election Commission of India (20 April 2019, updated 4 May 2019)


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