Chhattisgarh Constituency Wise 2013 Winning Candidates List
|Rajmahnt Sanwla Ram Dahre||BJP||Ahiwara|
|Janak Ram Verma||Congress||Baloda Bazar|
|Awadhesh Singh Chandel||BJP||Bemetara|
|Manoj Singh Mandavi||Congress||Bhanupratappur|
|Champa Devi Pawle||BJP||Bharatpur-Sonhat|
|Paras Nath Rajwade||Congress||Bhatgaon|
|Prem Prakash Pandey||BJP||Bhilai Nagar|
|Dr Sanam Jangde||BJP||Bilaigarh|
|Govardhan Singh Manjhi||BJP||Bindranawagarh|
|Yudhvir Singh Judev||BJP||Chandrapur|
|Gurumukh Singh Hora||Congress||Dhamtari|
|Lalijeet Singh Rathia||Congress||Dharamjaigarh|
|Devji Bhai Patel||BJP||Dharsiwa|
|Anila Bhendia||Congress||Dondi Lohara|
|Arun Vora||Congress||Durg City|
|Rajendra Kumar Rai||Congress||Gunderdehi|
|Moti Lal Devangan||Congress||Janjgir-Champa|
|Chunni Lal Sahu||BJP||Khallari|
|Bhola Ram Sahu||Congress||Khujji|
|Jai Singh Agrawal||Congress||Korba|
|Rohit Kumar Sahu||BJP||Kunkuri|
|Suniti Satyanand Rathia||BJP||Lailunga|
|Dr Vimal Chopra||IND||Mahasamund|
|Shyam Bihari Jaiswal||BJP||Manendragarh|
|Tej Kunwar Gowardhan Netam||Congress||Mohla-Manpur|
|Moti Ram Chandravanshi||BJP||Pandariya|
|Shrichand Sundrani||BJP||Raipur City North|
|Brijmohan Agrawal||BJP||Raipur City South|
|Rajesh Munat||BJP||Raipur City West|
|Satyanarayan Sharma||Congress||Raipur Rural|
|Shyam Lal Kanwar||Congress||Rampur|
|Labh Chand Bafna||BJP||Saja|
|Dr Preetam Ram||Congress||Samri|
|Bhaiyaram Sinha||Congress||Sanjari Balod|
|Ram Lal Chouhan||BJP||Saraipali|
|Raju Singh Kshatri||BJP||Takhatpur|
|Vidyaratan Bhasin||BJP||Vaishali Nagar|
The votes for the Chhattisgarh election results 2013 for its 90-seat State Assembly will be counted on December 8, 2013 and results declared thereafter. These two-phased polling results will be dependent on the crucial factors such as smooth, unhampered polls without any militancy affected disturbances in the Maoist-infested region.
The State Assembly elections in Chhattisgarh held in two phases on November 11 and 19, 2013 at 18,015 polling booths. The first phase of the elections witnessed 75.53% polling whereas the second phase witnessed 74.7% polling.
As per the exit polls the BJP will win 44 seats whereas the Congress will get 41 seats.
Which is worse: Maoism or Inflation?
Ajit Jogi and the Congress party were hoping to play up the militancy card and come back to power in Chhattisgarh. Indeed, given the deep militant nexus, the state has been one of the most turbulent and backward ones in India. Was the Congress banking on the right strategy?
Exit poll results for Chhattisgarh
For the 90-seat assembly in the state, the exit polls say otherwise. According to them the BJP is likely to retain power by winning 45 to 55 seats, a clear majority. The Congress is expected to be at 30-40 seats at best.
What went wrong? The most reasonable answer is that there are greater concerns on the people's mind than self-styles outfits like the Maoists. Development and price control are the top priorities, and the Congress is not seen as having delivered on these areas. As such, Raman Singh might as well march unrestrained to another term as the chief minister of the state.
As events unfold and the results are declared, we bring to you latest updates and useful analysis.
The state assembly election in Chhattisgarh was held in two phases on November 11 and 19, 2013 across 18,015 polling booths. The first phase of the elections witnessed 75.53% polling whereas the second phase witnessed 74.7% polling, quite an improvement from the 66.49% in 2008 elections.
Major parties and their predictions
Two major players in the Chhattisgarh's 2013 election are the BJP and the Congress. Here's what the parties are saying:
- BJP: The BJP is sure of scoring a hat-trick in Chhattisgarh. The party asserts that it has worked to uphold the weaker sections of society and curbed Naxalism, which it feels is enough to win it another term.
- Congress: Despite the exit poll predictions which are in favour of BJP, the Congress party is confident of winning majority in the state. The party asserts the very opposite of the BJP, that the ruling government has ignored the poorer sections and has been unable to deal with Naxalism effectively.
The votes for the Chhattisgarh election 2013 for its 90-seat state assembly will be counted on 8 December 2013 and results declared thereafter.