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Chhattisgarh Assembly Election Results

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Chhattisgarh Elections 2013 Results

*Map showing Chhattisgarh Assembly election results 2013. The result will be updated as soon as it is declared on 8th Dec 2013.

Disclaimer: All efforts have been made to make this image accurate. However Compare Infobase Limited and its directors do not own any responsibility for the correctness or authenticity of the same.


Chhattisgarh Assembly By-Elections 2014 Result

YearAssembly ConsistuencyWinnerSexPartyVoteRunner up SexPartyVote
2014 By PollsAntagarh (ST)Bhojraj NagMBJP63616Rupdhar PudoMAPI12026

Chhattisgarh Assembly Election 2013 Party Wise Results (90 Seats)

State Win Second WinOthers Win
ChhattisgarhBJP 49INC 39BSP 1Others 1
2013 Result
2008 Result



Chhattisgarh Constituency Wise 2013 Winning Candidates List



Candidate NamePartyConstituency
Dhanendra Sahu CongressAbhanpur
Rajmahnt Sanwla Ram Dahre BJPAhiwara
Chunnilal Sahu CongressAkaltara
Ts Baba CongressAmbikapur
Vikram Usendi BJPAntagarh
Naveen Markandey BJPArang
Bhaiyalal Rawade BJPBaikunthpur
Janak Ram Verma CongressBaloda Bazar
Rupkumari Choudhary BJPBasna
Baghel Lakeshwar CongressBastar
Badridhar Diwan BJPBeltara
Awadhesh Singh Chandel BJPBemetara
Manoj Singh Mandavi CongressBhanupratappur
Champa Devi Pawle BJPBharatpur-Sonhat
Shivratan Sharma BJPBhatapara
Paras Nath Rajwade CongressBhatgaon
Prem Prakash Pandey BJPBhilai Nagar
Mahesh Gagda BJPBijapur
Dr Sanam Jangde BJPBilaigarh
Amar Agrawal BJPBilaspur
Siyaram Kaushik CongressBilha
Govardhan Singh Manjhi BJPBindranawagarh
Yudhvir Singh Judev BJPChandrapur
Deepak Baij CongressChitrakot
Devti Karma CongressDantewada
Gurumukh Singh Hora CongressDhamtari
Lalijeet Singh Rathia CongressDharamjaigarh
Devji Bhai Patel BJPDharsiwa
Anila Bhendia CongressDondi Lohara
Daleshwar Sahu CongressDongargaon
Sarojini Banjare BJPDongargarh
Arun Vora CongressDurg City
Ramshila Sahu BJPDurg-Rural
Rajendra Kumar Rai CongressGunderdehi
Santosh Bafna BJPJagdalpur
Keshav Chandra BSPJaijaipur
Moti Lal Devangan CongressJanjgir-Champa
Rajsharan Bhagat BJPJashpur
Shanker Dhruwa CongressKanker
Gaurishankar Agrawal BJPKasdol
Lakhan Dewangan BJPKatghora
Ashok Sahu BJPKawardha
Santram Netam CongressKeshkal
Girwar Janghel CongressKhairagarh
Chunni Lal Sahu BJPKhallari
Umesh Patel CongressKharsia
Bhola Ram Sahu CongressKhujji
Mohan Markam CongressKondagaon
Kawasi Lakhma CongressKonta
Jai Singh Agrawal CongressKorba
Renu Jogi CongressKota
Rohit Kumar Sahu BJPKunkuri
Ajay Chandrakar BJPKurud
Suniti Satyanand Rathia BJPLailunga
Tokhan Sahu BJPLormi
Chintamani Maharaj CongressLundra
Dr Vimal Chopra INDMahasamund
Shyam Bihari Jaiswal BJPManendragarh
Amit Jogi CongressMarwahi
Dilip Lahariya CongressMasturi
Tej Kunwar Gowardhan Netam CongressMohla-Manpur
Punnulal Mohle BJPMungeli
Kedar Kashyap BJPNarayanpur
Dayaldas Baghel BJPNawagarh
Uike Ramdayal CongressPali-Tanakhar
Ambesh Jangre BJPPamgarh
Moti Ram Chandravanshi BJPPandariya
Bhupesh Baghel CongressPatan
Shivshankar Painkra BJPPathalgaon
Ramsevak Paikra BJPPratappur
Khelsai Singh CongressPremnagar
Roshan Lal BJPRaigarh
Shrichand Sundrani BJPRaipur City North
Brijmohan Agrawal BJPRaipur City South
Rajesh Munat BJPRaipur City West
Satyanarayan Sharma CongressRaipur Rural
Santosh Upadhyay BJPRajim
Raman Singh BJPRajnandgaon
Brihaspat Singh CongressRamanujganj
Shyam Lal Kanwar CongressRampur
Labh Chand Bafna BJPSaja
Drkhilawan Sahu BJPSakti
Dr Preetam Ram CongressSamri
Bhaiyaram Sinha CongressSanjari Balod
Ram Lal Chouhan BJPSaraipali
Kerabai Manhar BJPSarangarh
Shrawan Markam BJPSihawa
Amarjeet Bhagat CongressSitapur
Raju Singh Kshatri BJPTakhatpur
Vidyaratan Bhasin BJPVaishali 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 Naxals have in fact, called for boycott of the polls. Lot of security arrangements have been made.

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.

Poll stats

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.
Results

The votes for the Chhattisgarh election 2013 for its 90-seat state assembly will be counted on 8 December 2013 and results declared thereafter.



Chhattisgarh Assembly Elections 2008 Results

*Map showing Chhattisgarh Assembly election results 2008.

Disclaimer: All efforts have been made to make this image accurate. However Compare Infobase Limited and its directors do not own any responsibility for the correctness or authenticity of the same.




Chhattisgarh Assembly Polls 2008(Results)


Chhattisgarh Election Results 2008 Constituency Wise

Assembly No.Assembly NameCandi NameParty
1Bharatpur-Sonhat (ST)Phoolchand SinghBJP
2ManendragarhDeepak Kumar PatelBJP
3BaikunthpurBhaiya Lal RajwadeBJP
4PremnagarRenuka SinghBJP
5BhatgaonRavi Shankar TripathiBJP
6Pratappur (ST)Dr. Premsai SinghtekamINC
7Ramanujganj (ST)Ram Vichar NetamBJP
8Samri (ST)Siddha Nath PaikraBJP
9Lundra (ST)Ramdev RamINC
10AmbikapurT S BabaINC
11Sitapur (ST)Amarjeet BhagatINC
12Jashpur (ST)Jageswar Ram BhagatBJP
13Kunkuri (ST)Bharat SaiBJP
14Pathalgaon (ST)Rampukar SinghINC
15Lailunga (ST)Hriday Ram RathiyaINC
16RaigarhDoctor Shakrajeet NayakINC
17Sarangarh (SC)Smt. Padma Ghanshaym ManherINC
18KharsiaNand Kumar PatelINC
19Dharamjaigarh (ST)Om Prakash RathiyaBJP
20Rampur (ST)Nankiram KanwarBJP
21KorbaJai Singh BhaiyaINC
22KatghoraBodhram KanwarINC
23Pali-Tanakhar (ST)Ram Dayal UikeINC
24Marwahi (ST)Ajit JogiINC
25KotaDr.Renu JogiINC
26LormiDharamjeet SinghINC
27Mungeli (SC)Punnulal MohleBJP
28TakhatpurRaju SinghBJP
29BilhaDharam Lal KaushikBJP
30BilaspurAmaragrawalBJP
31BeltaraBadridhar DiwanBJP
32Masturi (SC)Dr. Krishna Murti BandhiBJP
33AkaltaraSaurabh SinghBSP
34Janjgir-ChampaNarayan ChandelBJP
35SaktiSmt. Saroja Manharan RathoreINC
36ChandrapurYuddhveer Singh JudevBJP
37JaijaipurMahant Ramsunder DasINC
38Pamgarh (SC)Dujram BouddhBSP
39Saraipali (SC)Dr. Haridas BhardwajINC
40BasnaDevendra Bahadur SinghINC
41KhallariParesh BagbaharaINC
42MahasamundAgni ChandrakarINC
43Bilaigarh (SC)Dr Shiv Kumar DahriyaINC
44KasdolRaj Kamal SinghaniyaINC
45Baloda BazarLaxmi BaghelBJP
46BhataparaChaitram SahuINC
47DharsiwaDevji Bhai PatelBJP
48Raipur RuralNand Kumar SahuBJP
49Raipur City WestRajesh MoonatBJP
50Raipur City NorthKuldeep Singh JunejaINC
51Raipur City SouthBrijmohan AgrawalBJP
52Arang (SC)Guru Rudra KumarINC
53AbhanpurChandrashekar Sahu "Champu"BJP
54RajimAmitesh ShuklINC
55Bindranawagarh (ST)Damru Dhar PujariBJP
56Sihawa (ST)Ambika MarkamINC
57KurudLekhram SahuINC
58DhamtariGurumukh Singh HoraINC
59Sanjari BalodMadan Lal SahuBJP
60Dondi Lohara (ST)Neelima Singh TekamBJP
61GunderdehiVirendra Kumar SahuBJP
62PatanVijay BaghelBJP
63Durg-RuralPratima ChandrakarINC
64Durg CityHemchand YadavBJP
65Bhilai NagarBadruddin QuraishiINC
66Vaishali NagarSaroj PandeyBJP
67Ahiwara (SC)Doman Lal KorsewadaBJP
68SajaRavindra ChoubeyINC
69BemetaraTamradhwaj SahuINC
70Nawagarh (SC)Dyaldas BaghelBJP
71PandariyaAkbar BhaiINC
72KawardhaDr. Siyaram SahuBJP
73KhairagarhKomal JanghelBJP
74Dongargarh (SC)Ramji BhartiBJP
75RajnandgaonDr. RamanBJP
76DongargaonKheduram SahuBJP
77 KhujjiBhola Ram SahuINC
78 Mohla-Manpur (ST)Shivraj Singh UsareINC
79Antagarh (ST)Vikram UsendiBJP
80 Bhanupratappur (ST)BramhanandBJP
81 Kanker (ST)Sumitra MarkoleBJP
82 Keshkal (ST)Sewakram NetamBJP
83 Kondagaon (ST)Lata UsendiBJP
84 Narayanpur (ST)Kedarnath KashyapBJP
85 Bastar (ST)Dr Subhau KashyapBJP
86 JagdalpurSantosh BafnaBJP
87 Chitrakot (ST)Baiduram KashyapBJP
88 Dantewada (ST)Bhima MandaviBJP
89 Bijapur (ST)Mahesh GagdaBJP
90 Konta (ST)Lakhma KawasiINC


Last Updated on : December 8, 2013