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Bihar Elections 2015


Bihar Elections 2015 Dates & Schedule

Bihar Assembly Constituency Map

Bihar Assembly Constituency Map 1-Valmikinagar 2-Ramnagar(SC) 3-Narkatiaganj 4-Bagaha 5-Lauriya 6-Nautan 7-Chanpatia 8-Bettiah 9-Sikta 10-Raxaul 11-Sugauli 12-Narkatia 13-Harsidhi(SC) 14-Govindganj 15-Kesaria 16-Kalyanpur 17-Pipra 18-Madhuban 19-Motihari 20-Chiraia 21-Dhaka 22- Sheohar 23-Riga 24-Bathnaha(SC) 25-Parihar 26-Sursand 27-Bajpatti 28-Sitamarhi 30-Belsand 29-Runnisaidpur 31-Harlakhi 32-Benipatti 33-Khajauli 34-Babubarhi 35-Bisfi 36-Madhubani 37-Rajnagar(SC) 38-Jhanjharpur 39-Phulparas 40-Laukaha 41-Nirmali 43-Supaul  44-Triveniganj(SC) 45-Chhatapur 46-Narpatganj 47-Raniganj(SC) 48-Forbesganj 49-Araria 50-Jokihat 51-Sikti 52-Bahadurganj 53-Thakurganj 54-Kishanganj 56-Amour 55-Kochadhaman 57-Baisi 58-Kasba 59-Banmankhi(SC) 60-Rupauli 61-Dhamdaha 62-Purnia 63-Katihar 64-Kadwa 65-Balrampur 66-Pranpur 67-Manihari(ST) 68-Barari 69-Korha(SC) 70-Alamnagar 71-Bihariganj 72-Singheshwar(SC) 42-Pipra  73-Madhepura 74-Sonbarsha(SC) 75-Saharsa 77-Mahishi 76-Simri Bakhtiarpur 78-Kusheshwar Asthan(SC) 79-Gaura Bauram 80-Benipur 81-Alinagar 82-Darbhanga Rural 83-Darbhanga 86-Keoti 84-Hayaghat 85-Bahadurpur 87-Jale 88-Gaighat 89-Aurai 90-Minapur 91-Bochaha(SC) 92-Sakra(SC) 93-Kurhani 94-Muzaffarpur 95-Kanti 96-Baruraj 97-Paroo 98-Sahebgan 99-Baikunthpur 100-Barauli 101-Gopalganj 102-Kuchaikote 103-Bhorey(SC) 104-Hathua 105-Siwan 106-Ziradei 107-Darauli(SC) 108-Raghunathpur 109-Daraundha 110-Barharia 111-Goriakothi 112-Maharajganj 113-Ekma 114-Manjhi 115-Baniapur 116-Taraiya 117-Marhaura 118-Chapra 119-Garkha(SC) 120-Amnour 121-Parsa 122-Sonepur 123-Hajipur 124-Lalganj 125-Vaishali 126-Mahua 128-Raghopur 127-Raja Pakar(SC) 129-Mahnar 130-Patepur(SC) 131-Kalyanpur(SC) 132-Warisnagar 133-Samastipur 134-Ujiarpur 135-Morwa 136-Sarairanjan 137-Mohiuddinnagar 138-Bibhutipur 139-Rosera(SC) 140-Hasanpur 141-Cheria Bariarpur 142-Bachhwara 143-Teghra 144-Matihani 145-Sahebpur Kamal 146-Begusarai 147-Bakhri(SC) 148-Alauli(SC) 149-Khagaria 150-Beldaur 151-Parbatta 152-Bihpur 153-Gopalpur 154-Pirpainti(SC) 155-Kahalgaon 156-Bhagalpur 157-Sultanganj 158-Nathnagar 159-Amarpur 160-Dhauraiya(SC) 161-Banka 162-Katoria(ST) 163-Belhar 164-Tarapur 165-Munger 166-Jamalpur 167-Suryagarha 168-Lakhisarai 169-Sheikhpura 170-Barbigha 171-Asthawan 172-Biharsharif 173-Rajgir(SC) 174-Islampur 175-Hilsa 176-Nalanda 177-Harnaut 178-Mokama 179-Barh 180-Bakhtiarpur 181-Digha 182-Bankipur 183-Kumhrar 184-Patna Sahib 185-Fatuha 186-Danapur 187-Maner 188-Phulwari(SC) 189-Masaurhi(SC) 190-Paliganj 191-Bikram 192-Sandesh 193-Barhara 194-Arrah 195-Agiaon (SC) 196-Tarari 197-Jagdishpur 198-Shahpur 199-Brahampur 200-Buxar 201-Dumraon 202-Rajpur(SC) 203-Ramgarh 204-Mohania(SC) 205-Bhabua 206-Chainpur 207-Chenari(SC) 208-Sasaram 209-Kargahar 210-Dinara 211-Nokha 212-Dehri 213-Karakat 214-Arwal 215-Kurtha 216-Jehanabad 217-Ghosi 218-Makhdumpur(SC) 219-Goh 220-Obra 221-Nabinagar 222-Kutumba(SC) 223-Aurangabad 224-Rafiganj 225-Gurua 226-Sherghati 227-Imamganj(SC) 228-Barachatti(SC) 229-Bodh Gaya(SC) 230-Gaya Town 231-Tikari 232-Belaganj 234-Wazirganj 233-Atri 235-Rajauli(SC) 236-Hisua 237-Nawada 238-Gobindpur 239-Warsaliganj 240-Sikandra(SC) 241-Jamui 242-Jhajha 243-Chakai
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Bihar Assembly Election 2010 Results

Bihar Assembly Elections



The Election Commission has announced dates for the Bihar elections. The elections would be held in five phases the dates of which are, 12 October, 16 October, 28 October, 1 November and 5 November. The number of constituencies that would go to polls in the different phases includes 49 in the first phase, 32 in the second phase, 50 in the third phase, 55 in the fourth phase and 57 in the fifth phase. The counting of votes will be held on 8 November. The term of the present 243-member state assembly will end on 29 November.

The Election Commission has made a lot of preparations for a free and fair election. Adequate security arrangements of central paramilitary forces have been made and the Election Voting Machines will be carrying the photographs of the voters. As a special precaution, the Election Commission has ensured assessment of all places which are deemed vulnerable and where anti-social elements have been recognized. Out of the state's 243 Assembly constituencies, 47 are affected by left-wing extremism. Of the 38 districts of the state, 29 are covered under left-wing extremism.

Bihar is divided into 9 divisions and 37 districts. It has a very rich history, and is also an attraction for travelers and tourists. For Buddhist pilgrims, Bodh Gaya, Nalanda, Rajgir Vaishali, Bhagalpur, Vikramsila and Sutanganj are a must visit. All of these are very popular historical sites as well. Other admired historical sites are Pawapuri, Champaran and Sasaram.

The economy is mainly based on agricultural and trading activities. There have been some attempts to industrialize the state as well: an oil refinery in Barauni, a scooter plant at Fatuha, a power plant at Muzaffarpur and some agriculture-based industries such as sugar and vegetable oil, have been established. Bihar is also known for its famous mines at Dhanbad.

Bihar Assembly Elections 2015 Dates



Phase 1Phase 2Phase 3Phase 4Phase 5
Date of NotificationWed 16/Sep 15Sep 21, 15Oct 1, 15Oct 7, 15Oct 8, 15
Last Date of making NominationsSep 23, 15Sep 28, 15Oct 8, 15Oct 14, 15Oct 15, 15
Date of ScrutinySep 24, 15Sep 29, 15Oct 9, 15Oct 15, 15Oct 17, 15
Last date for withdrawal of candidaturesSep 26, 15Oct 1, 15Oct 12, 15Oct 17, 15Oct 19, 15
Date of PollOct 12, 15Oct 16, 15Oct 28, 15Nov 1, 15Nov 5, 15
Counting of VotesNov 8 15Nov 8, 15Nov 8, 15Nov 8, 15Nov 8, 15
Date before which election shall be completedNov 12, 15Nov 12, 15Nov 12, 15Nov 12, 15Nov 12, 15


Bihar Election Results & Updates 2015

Its Mahagatbandhan for Bihar

ECI has declared the final results for the Bihar assembly polls 2015. The grand-alliance has won with clear majority after taking 178 seats. the NDA alliance managed to get 59 seats only. Party-wise seats are:

BJP - 53

INC - 27

JD(U) - 71

LJSP - 2

RJD - 80

RLSM - 2

CIP(M) - 3

HAM - 1

Independent - 4

Grand alliance sweeps Bihar polls

 

The grand alliance has swept the elections with a comfortable majority.  As per the latest reports, of the 243 seats, the grand alliance has won 178 seats, while the NDA has won only 58, while 7 seats have gone to others. Meanwhile, SEBI and the stock exchanges have beefed up their surveillance and risk management systems. This has been done to control expected volatility, which may occur due to the defeat of the NDA. 

BJP's Rajiv Nandan wins from Gurua

Rajiv Nandan of the Bharatiya Janata Party has won from Gurua by a margin of 6515 votes.

RJD's Rajendra Kumar wins from Harsidhi (SC)

Rajendra Kumar of the Rashtriya Janata Dal has won from Harsidhi (SC) by a margin of 10267.

 

 

By 4 p.m. ECI has declared results for 31 seats in which JD (U) has won 12 seats, RJD has won 1, BJP and Congress 5 each. 

Dr Mohammad Jawaid wins from Kishanganj

Dr Mohammad Jawaid has won from Kishanganj. Jawaid defeated BJP's Sweety Singh by a margin of 8609 votes.

Janardan Manjhi from JD (U) wins in Amarpur constituency. From Asthawan constituency, Jitendra Kumar from JD(U) wins.

RJD’s Tej Pratap Yadav wins from Mahua

Tej Pratap Yadav of RJD has been declared the winner from Mahua

Rahul Gandhi says his full support is with Nitish and Lalu. He also says that it is the victory of truth and a party can not win by dividing Hindus and Muslims. 

BJP's Prem Kumar wins from Gaya town.

Prem Kumar of BJP has won from Gaya town.

4.56 lakh votes counted for NOTA

4.56 lakh votes have so far been counted for NOTA. This is 2.6 percent of the total vote share.

Amit Shah congratulates Nitish and Lalu

Congratulating Nitish and Lalu, Amit Shah said that BJP respects mandate of people of Bihar.

 

Chandrika Rai from RJD wins in Parsa constitutency by over 40,000 votes. 

Mamata Banerjee congratulates Nitish Kumar

Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee has congratulated Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad Yadav. 

PM Narendra Modi congratulates Nitish Kumar for poll victory. 

Nitish Kumar thanks people

Nitish Kumar has thanked the people of the state for their “overwhelming support” to the Grand Alliance.

Jitan Ram Manjhi trails in Makhdumpur, ahead in Imamganj

Jitan Ram Manjhi is trailing in Makhdumpur by 2,561 votes, but is ahead in Imamganj by 3,735.

RJD's Tej Pratap Yadav trailing

RJD's Tej Pratap Yadav, who is contesting from Mahua, Vaishali, is trailing.

In Alinagar, senior RJD leader Abdul Bari Siddiqui is leading with 874 votes.

Abdul Ghafoor is leading from Mahishi constituency

RJD MLA Abdul Ghafoor is leading from Mahishi constituency

Sunil Chaudhary from JD (U) leading from Benipur constituency.

Vidya Sagar Keshri from BJP is leading fromForbesganj constituency. 



Bihar By Elections 2014 Results

Assembly Consistuency No.Name of Assembly ConsistuencyWinnerPartyVoteRunner up PartyVoteVote Margin
3NarkatiaganjRashmi VarmaBJP64602Fakhruddin KhanINC4886015742
37RajnagarRamwatar PaswanRJD58495Ramprit PaswanBJP550473448
87JaleRishi MishraJD(U)47284Ramniwas PrasadBJP395647720
118ChapraRandheer Kumar SinghRJD55787Kanhaiya SinghBJP2532630461
123HajipurAwadhesh SinghBJP52528Rajinder RayJD(U)464016127
137MohiuddinnagarAjay Kumar BulganinRJD56232Rajesh Kumar SinghBJP3470221530
115ParbattaRamanand Prsad SinghJD(U)94374SuheliLJP3738456990
156BhagalpurAjeet SharmaINC63753Nabhay Kumar ChoudharyBJP4652417229
161BankaRam Narayan MandelBJP48651Iqubal Hussain AnsariRJD47940711
204MohaniaNiranjan RamBJP61560Chandra Shekhar PaswanJD(U)4170919851


 

Assembly Constituencies in Bihar

 
1 Valmikinagar 82 Darbhanga Rural 163 Belhar
2 Ramnagar(SC) 83 Darbhanga 164 Tarapur
3 Narkatiaganj 86 Keoti 165 Munger
4 Bagaha 84 Hayaghat 166 Jamalpur
5 Lauriya 85 Bahadurpur 167 Suryagarha
6 Nautan 87 Jale 168 Lakhisarai
7 Chanpatia 88 Gaighat 169 Sheikhpura
8 Bettiah 89 Aurai 170 Barbigha
9 Sikta 90 Minapur 171 Asthawan
10 Raxaul 91 Bochaha(SC) 172 Biharsharif
11 Sugauli 92 Sakra(SC) 173 Rajgir(SC)
12 Narkatia 93 Kurhani 174 Islampur
13 Harsidhi(SC) 94 Muzaffarpur 175 Hilsa
14 Govindganj 95 Kanti 176 Nalanda
15 Kesaria 96 Baruraj 177 Harnaut
16 Kalyanpur 97 Paroo 178 Mokama
17 Pipra 98 Sahebgan 179 Barh
18 Madhuban 99 Baikunthpur 180 Bakhtiarpur
19 Motihari 100 Barauli 181 Digha
20 Chiraia 101 Gopalganj 182 Bankipur
21 Dhaka 102 Kuchaikote 183 Kumhrar
22 Sheohar 103 Bhorey(SC) 184 Patna Sahib
23 Riga 104 Hathua 185 Fatuha
24 Bathnaha(SC) 105 Siwan 186 Danapur
25 Parihar 106 Ziradei 187 Maner
26 Sursand 107 Darauli(SC) 188 Phulwari(SC)
27 Bajpatti 108 Raghunathpur 189 Masaurhi(SC)
28 Sitamarhi 109 Daraundha 190 Paliganj
30 Belsand 110 Barharia 191 Bikram
29 Runnisaidpur 111 Goriakothi 192 Sandesh
31 Harlakhi 112 Maharajganj 193 Barhara
32 Benipatti 113 Ekma 194 Arrah
33 Khajauli 114 Manjhi 195 Agiaon (SC)
34 Babubarhi 115 Baniapur 196 Tarari
35 Bisfi 116 Taraiya 197 Jagdishpur
36 Madhubani 117 Marhaura 198 Shahpur
37 Rajnagar(SC) 118 Chapra 199 Brahampur
38 Jhanjharpur 119 Garkha(SC) 200 Buxar
39 Phulparas 120 Amnour 201 Dumraon
40 Laukaha 121 Parsa 202 Rajpur(SC)
41 Nirmali 122 Sonepur 203 Ramgarh
43 Supaul 123 Hajipur 204 Mohania(SC)
44 Triveniganj(SC) 124 Lalganj 205 Bhabua
45 Chhatapur 125 Vaishali 206 Chainpur
46 Narpatganj 126 Mahua 207 Chenari(SC)
47 Raniganj(SC) 128 Raghopur 208 Sasaram
48 Forbesganj 127 Raja Pakar(SC) 209 Kargahar
49 Araria 129 Mahnar 210 Dinara
50 Jokihat 130 Patepur(SC) 211 Nokha
51 Sikti 131 Kalyanpur(SC) 212 Dehri
52 Bahadurganj 132 Warisnagar 213 Karakat
53 Thakurganj 133 Samastipur 214 Arwal
54 Kishanganj 134 Ujiarpur 215 Kurtha
56 Amour 135 Morwa 216 Jehanabad
55 Kochadhaman 136 Sarairanjan 217 Ghosi
57 Baisi 137 Mohiuddinnagar 218 Makhdumpur(SC)
58 Kasba 138 Bibhutipur 219 Goh
59 Banmankhi(SC) 139 Rosera(SC) 220 Obra
60 Rupauli 140 Hasanpur 221 Nabinagar
61 Dhamdaha 141 Cheria Bariarpur 222 Kutumba(SC)
62 Purnia 142 Bachhwara 223 Aurangabad
63 Katihar 143 Teghra 224 Rafiganj
64 Kadwa 144 Matihani 225 Gurua
65 Balrampur 145 Sahebpur Kamal 226 Sherghati
66 Pranpur 146 Begusarai 227 Imamganj(SC)
67 Manihari(ST) 147 Bakhri(SC) 228 Barachatti(SC)
68 Barari 148 Alauli(SC) 229 Bodh Gaya(SC)
69 Korha(SC) 149 Khagaria 230 Gaya Town
70 Alamnagar 150 Beldaur 231 Tikari
71 Bihariganj 151 Parbatta 232 Belaganj
72 Singheshwar(SC) 152 Bihpur 234 Wazirganj
42 Pipra 153 Gopalpur 233 Atri
73 Madhepura 154 Pirpainti(SC) 235 Rajauli(SC)
74 Sonbarsha(SC) 155 Kahalgaon 236 Hisua
75 Saharsa 156 Bhagalpur 237 Nawada
77 Mahishi 157 Sultanganj 238 Gobindpur
76 Simri Bakhtiarpur 158 Nathnagar 239 Warsaliganj
78 Kusheshwar Asthan(SC) 159 Amarpur 240 Sikandra(SC)
79 Gaura Bauram 160 Dhauraiya(SC) 241 Jamui
80 Benipur 161 Banka 242 Jhajha
81 Alinagar 162 Katoria(ST) 243 Chakai


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