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Bihar General Election Results

Parties
Seats
BJP
22
LJP
6
RJD
4
RLSP
3
INC
2
JD(U)
2

Bihar General (Lok Sabha) Election Results 2014


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Party Wise Bihar Elections Result 2014

Party Wise Result 2009

PartyAbbreviationWon Seats
Bharatiya Janata PartyBJP22
Indian National CongressINC2
Nationalist Congress PartyNCP1
Janata Dal (United)JD(U)2
Lok Jan Shakti PartyLJP6
Rashtriya Janata DalRJD4
Rashtriya Lok Samta PartyRLSP3
Total 40


Constituency Wise Bihar Lok Sabha Election Results



Constituency NameCategory Const. No.Winning CandidateWinning PartyRunner_up CandidateRunner_up PartyMargin
Valmiki NagarGEN1Satish Chandra DubeyBJPPurnmasi RamINC117,793
Paschim ChamparanGEN2Dr. Sanjay JaiswalBJPPrakash JhaJD(U)110,254
Purvi ChamparanGEN3Radha Mohan SinghBJPBinod Kumar SrivastavaRJD192,163
SheoharGEN4Rama DeviBJPMd Anwarul HaqueRJD136,239
SitamarhiGEN5Ram Kumar SharmaRLSPSitaram YadavRJD147,965
MadhubaniGEN6Hukm Deo Narayan YadavBJPAbdul Bari SiddiquiRJD20,535
JhanjharpurGEN7Birendra Kumar ChaudharyBJPMangani Lal MandalRJD55,408
SupaulGEN8Ranjeet RanjanINCDileshwar KamaitJD(U)59,672
ArariaGEN9Tasleem UddinRJDPradeep Kumar SinghBJP146,504
KishanganjGEN10Mohammad Asrarul HaqueINCDr Dilip Kumar JaiswalBJP194,612
KatiharGEN11Tariq AnwarNCPNikhil Kumar ChoudharyBJP114,740
PurniaGEN12Santosh KumarJD(U)Uday Singh Alias Pappu SinghBJP116,669
MadhepuraGEN13Rajesh Ranjan (Pappu Yadav)RJDSharad YadavJD(U)56,209
DarbhangaGEN14Kirti AzadBJPMd. Ali Ashraf FatmiRJD35,043
MuzaffarpurGEN15Ajay NishadBJPAkhilesh Pd SinghINC222,422
VaishaliGEN16Rama Kishore SinghLJPRaghuvansh Prasad SinghRJD99,267
Gopalganj(SC)17Janak RamBJPDr. Jyoti BhartiINC286,936
SiwanGEN18Om Prakash YadavBJPHena ShahabRJD113,847
MaharajganjGEN19Janardan Singh (Sigriwal)BJPPrabhu Nath SinghRJD38,415
SaranGEN20Rajiv Pratap RudyBJPRabri DeviRJD40,948
Hajipur(SC)21Ramvilas PaswanLJPSanjeev Prasad ToniINC225,500
UjiarpurGEN22Nityanand RaiBJPAlok Kumar MehtaRJD60,469
Samastipur(SC)23Ram Chandra PaswanLJPDr. Ashok KumarINC6,872
BegusaraiGEN24Bhola SinghBJPMd. Tanveer HassanRJD58,335
KhagariaGEN25Choudhary Mahboob Ali KaiserLJPKrishna Kumari YadavRJD76,003
BhagalpurGEN26Shailesh Kumar Urph Bulo MandalRJDSyed Shahnawaz HussainBJP9,485
BankaGEN27Jai Prakash Narayan YadavRJDPutul KumariBJP10,144
MungerGEN28Veena DeviLJPRajiv Ranjan Singh Alias Lalan SinghJD(U)109,084
NalandaGEN29Kaushlendra KumarJD(U)Satya Nand SharmaLJP9,627
Patna SahibGEN30Shatrughana SinhaBJPKunal SinghINC265,805
PataliputraGEN31Ram Kripal YadavBJPMisha BhartiRJD40,322
ArrahGEN32Raj Kumar SinghBJPSribhagwan Singh KushwahaRJD135,870
BuxarGEN33Ashwini Kumar ChoubeyBJPJagadanand SinghRJD132,338
Sasaram(SC)34Chhedi PaswanBJPMeira KumarINC63,327
KarakatGEN35Upendra KushwahaRLSPKanti SinghRJD105,241
JahanabadGEN36Dr. Arun KumarRLSPSurendra Prasad YadavRJD42,340
AurangabadGEN37Sushil Kumar SinghBJPNikhil KumarINC66,347
Gaya(SC)38Hari ManjhiBJPRamji ManjhiRJD115,504
NawadaGEN39Giriraj SinghBJPRaj Ballabh PrasadRJD140,157
Jamui(SC)40Chirag Kumar PaswanLJPSudhansu Shekhar BhaskarRJD85,947

Bihar Lok Sabha Election Results 2014



The 40 Lok Sabha constituencies of Bihar were a deciding factor for who holds power in the 16th Lok Sabha. The major political players in the state are the Rashtriya Janata Party, the Janata Dal (United), the Lok Janshakti Party, besides the prominent presence of the two national parties, the Congress and the BJP.

Bihar as a state of India holds pivotal importance so far as the vote-bank is concerned, as the bulk of the population basically comprises lower-caste, lower-class and Muslims, who form the minority of the country. The RJD, headed by Lalu Prasad Yadav, claims to be a secular front representing the minority. However, it was clearly seen this time that Yadav does not commands the same popularity, after he was found guilty and jailed in the fodder scam. The RJD had also made it clear that it would support the Congress. Ram Vilas Paswan of the LJP had, on the other hand, made alliance with the BJP ahead of the polls. Nitish Kumar of the JD(U), which also claims to be the face of a non-communal state of Bihar, was indicating preferences to towards a Third Front, along with other secular forces. According to some of the opinion polls, namely India Today-CVoter opinion poll and India TV survey held in the first months of this year, a close fight between the BJP and the RJD was expected in Bihar. While the BJP was expected to bag 14 to 22 seats, the RJD was expected to win 6-14 seats. According to the opinion polls, the JD (U) was not expected to perform well, bagging 4-9 seats. Although the CNN-IBN survey indicated that the JD (U) would bag between 7-13 seats. The Congress was expected to perform poorly, compared with the last general election in 2009, due to increasing instances of corruption. The one party that was being looked out was the LJP. After its alliance with the BJP, the LJP was expected to turn out to be the dark horse in the state. WBSS140414 Summary of Bihar Election 2014

The 40 parliamentary constituencies of Bihar voted over a period of six phases to elect the MPs. Given the resurgence of the RJD and the rising popularity of the BJP, the state disappointed all poll forecasting.

Phase I Polling

The first of six-phased election in the state took place on 10 April 2014 for six Naxal-hit parliamentary seats of Bihar amidst extra security provision. The voter turnout for the day was 51.68% (total voters being 93,29,760), which decided the fate of 80 candidates pitched by different parties.

Total turnout: 51.68% (6 seats)

Time Voting Percentage
12:00 PM28%
01:00 PM32%
03:00 PM37.44%


Re-polling

As per media reports, on the day of first-phase polling, several complaints were filed regarding violence by Naxals at polling stations in five parliamentary constituencies. Consequently, the Election Commission passed orders to re-conduct the election in the respective 33 polling stations. The turnout during re-polling conducted on 13 April 2014 was around 42%.

Phase II Polling

The second phase of election took place in the state on 17 April 2014 for seven parliamentary constituencies. The polling day witnessed a turnout of over 54% of the 11,85,07,86 eligible voters. In 2009, the turnout in the second phase was 39.33%. Total 117 candidates were in the fray, out of which 108 were male and 9 were female.

Total turnout: 54.04% (7 seats)

Time Voting Percentage
10:00 AM13.3%
11:00 AM22%
02:00 PM33%


Reference:
  • Election Commission of India
  • India Today-CVoter opinion poll
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Bihar Parliamentary Election Result 2009

 
StateYear PC No. PC Name Category WinnerSexPartyVoteRunner UpSexPartyVote
Bihar20091Valmiki NagarGENMahto, Shri Baidyanath Prasad MJD(U)277696FakhruddinMIND94021
Bihar20092Paschim ChamparanGENJaiswal, Dr. Sanjay MBJP198781Prakash JhaMLJP151438
Bihar20093Purvi ChamparanGENSingh, Shri Radha Mohan MBJP201114Akhilesh Prasad SinghMRJD121824
Bihar20094SheoharGENRama Devi, Smt. FBJP233499Md. Anwarul HaqueMBSP107815
Bihar20095SitamarhiGENRoy, Dr. Arjun MJD(U)232782Samir Kumar MahasethMINC122216
Bihar20096MadhubaniGENYadav, Shri Hukmdev Narayan MBJP164094Abdulbari SiddikiMRJD154167
Bihar20097JhanjharpurGENMandal, Shri Mangani Lal MJD(U)265175Devendra Prasad YadavMRJD192466
Bihar20098SupaulGENKumar, Shri Vishwa Mohan MJD(U)313677Ranjeet RanjanMINC147602
Bihar20099ArariaGENSingh, Shri Pradeep Kumar MBJP282742Zakir Hussain KhanMLJP260240
Bihar200910KishanganjGENMohammad, Maulana Asrarul Haque MINC239405Syed Mahmood AshrafMJD(U)159136
Bihar200911KatiharGENChoudhary, Shri Nikhil Kumar MBJP269834Harish ChoudharMNCP255819
Bihar200912PurniaGENSingh, Shri Uday MBJP362952Shanti PriyaMIND176725
Bihar200913MadhepuraGENYadav, Shri Sharad MJD(U)370585Prof. Ravindra Charan YadavMRJD192964
Bihar200914DarbhangaGENAzad, Shri Kirti (Jha) MBJP239268Md. Ali Ashraf FatmiMRJD192815
Bihar200915MuzaffarpurGENNishad, Capt.(Retd.) Jainarain Prasad MJD(U)195091Bhagwanlal SahniMLJP147282
Bihar200916VaishaliGENSingh, Dr. Raghuvansh Prasad MRJD284479Vijay Kumar ShuklaMJD(U)262171
Bihar200917Gopalganj(SC)Ram, Shri Purnmasi MJD(U)200024Anil KumarMRJD157552
Bihar200918SiwanGENYadav, Shri Om Prakash MIND236194Hena ShahabMRJD172764
Bihar200919MaharajganjGENUma Shanaker SinghMRJD211610Prabhunath Singh MJD(U)208813
Bihar2013 By PollsMaharajganjGENPrabhunath Singh MRJD2,34,651P.K. Shahi MJD(U)1,56,400
Bihar200920SaranGENLalu Prasad, Shri MRJD274209Rajiv Pratap RudyMBJP222394
Bihar200921Hajipur(SC)Das, Shri Ram Sundar MJD(U)246715Ram Vilas PaswanMLJP208761
Bihar200922UjiarpurGENDevi, Smt. Ashwamedh FJD(U)180082Alok Kumar MehtaMRJD154770
Bihar200923Samastipur(SC)Hazari, Shri Maheshwar MJD(U)259458Ram Chandra PaswanMLJP155082
Bihar200924BegusaraiGENHassan, Dr. Monazir MJD(U)205680Shatrughna Prasad SinghMCPI164843
Bihar200925KhagariaGENYadav, Shri Dinesh Chandra MJD(U)266964Ravindar Kr. RanaMRJD128209
Bihar200926BhagalpurGENHussain, Shri Syed Shahnawaz MBJP228384Shakuni ChoudharyMRJD172573
Bihar200927BankaGENDigvijay SinghMIND185762Jai Prakash NarayanMRJD157046
Bihar2010 By PollsBankaGENPutul Kumari, Smt. FIND288958Jai Prakash NarayanMRJD219839
Bihar200928MungerGENSingh, Shri Rajiv Ranjan (Lalan) MJD(U)374317Ram Badan RoyMRJD184956
Bihar200929NalandaGENKumar, Shri Kaushalendra MJD(U)299155Satish KumarMLJP146478
Bihar200930Patna SahibGENSinha, Shri Shatrughan Prasad MBJP316549Vijay KumarMRJD149779
Bihar200931PataliputraGENYadav, Prof. Ranjan Prasad MJD(U)269298Lalu PrasadMRJD245757
Bihar200932ArrahGENSingh, Smt. Meena FJD(U)212726Rama Kishore SinghMLJP138006
Bihar200933BuxarGENSingh, Shri Jagadanand MRJD132614Lal Muni ChoubeyMBJP130376
Bihar200934Sasaram(SC)Kumar, Smt. Meira FINC192213Muni LalMBJP149259
Bihar200935KarakatGENSingh, Shri Mahabali MJD(U)196946Kanti SinghMRJD176463
Bihar200936JahanabadGENSharma, Shri Jagdish MJD(U)234769Surendra Prasad YadavMRJD213442
Bihar200937AurangabadGENSingh, Shri Sushil Kumar MJD(U)260153Shakil Ahmad KhanMRJD188095
Bihar200938Gaya(SC)Manjhi, Shri Hari MBJP246255Ramji ManjhiMRJD183802
Bihar200939NawadaGENSingh, Dr. Bhola MBJP130608Veena DeviFLJP95691
Bihar200940Jamui(SC)Choudhary, Shri Bhudeo MJD(U)178560Shyam RajakMRJD148763


 

Bihar Parliamentary Election Result 2004

 
PC No. PC Name Category WinnerSexPartyVoteRunner UpSexPartyVote
1Bagaha(SC)Kailash BaithaMJD(U)237989Hiralal RamMLJNSP172614
2BettiahGENRaghunath JhaMRJD211590Madan Prasad JaiswalMBJP186919
3MotihariGENAkhiles Prasad SinghMRJD348596Radha Mohan SinghMBJP251572
4GopalganjGENAnirudh Prasad Alias Sadhu YadavMRJD336016Prabhu Dayal SinghMJD(U)143097
5SiwanGENMohammad ShahabuddinMRJD317511Om Prakash YadavMJD(U)213933
6MaharajganjGENPrabhunath SinghMJD(U)283506Jitendra SwamiMRJD237041
7ChapraGENLalu PrasadMRJD228882Rajeev Pratap RudyMBJP168459
8Hajipur(SC)Ram Vilas PaswanMLJNSP477495Chhedi PaswanMJD(U)239694
9VaishaliGENRaghubansh Prasad SinghMRJD361503Vijay Kumar ShuklaMIND255568
10MuzaffarpurGENGeorge FernandesMJD(U)370127Bhagwan Lal SahaniMRJD360434
11SitamarhiGENSitaram YadavMRJD326165Naval Kishore RaiMJD(U)228160
12SheoharGENSitaram SinghMRJD303243Mohammad Anwarul HaqMBJP229360
13MadhubaniGENDr. Shakeel AhmadMINC328182Hukum Deo Narayan YadavMBJP241103
14JhanjharpurGENDevendra Prasad YadavMRJD323400Jagannath MishraMJD(U)310565
15DarbhangaGENMd. Ali Ashraf FatmiMRJD427672Kirti AzadMBJP284209
16Rosera(SC)Ram Chandra PaswanMLJNSP394240Dashai ChaudharyMJD(U)255829
17SamastipurGENAlok Kumar MehtaMRJD437457Ram Chandra SinghMJD(U)310674
18BarhGENVijay KrishnaMRJD426856Nitish KumarMJD(U)389168
19BaliaGENSuraj SinghMLJNSP233869Shatrughna Prasad SinghMCPI157642
20SaharsaGENRanjeet RanjanFLJNSP350426Dinesh Chandra YadavMJD(U)319639
21MadhepuraGENLalu PrasadMRJD344301Sharad YadavMJD(U)274314
By PollsMadhepuraGENRajesh Ranjan Alias Pappu Yadav MRJD365948Rajendra Prasad Yadav MJD(U)157088
22Araria(SC)Sukdeo PaswanMBJP216677Ramji Das RishideoMSP188933
23KishanganjGENTaslimuddinMRJD420331Syed Shahnawaz HussainMBJP259834
24PurniaGENUday SinghMBJP244426Rajesh Ranjan Alias Pappu YadavMLJNSP231543
25KatiharGENNikhil Kumar ChoudharyMBJP288922Shah Tariq AnwarMNCP286357
26BankaGENGiridhari YadavMRJD339880Digvijay SinghMJD(U)335211
27BhagalpurGENSushil Kumar ModiMBJP345151Subodh RayMCPM227298
By PollsBhagalpurGENSyed Shahnawaz Husain MBJP221001Shakuni Choudhary MRJD165390
28KhagariaGENRabindra Ku. RanaMRJD322440Renu KumariMJD(U)255317
29MonghyrGENJay Prakash Narayan YadavMRJD453286Dr. Monazir HassanMJD(U)337359
30BegusaraiGENRajiv Ranjan SinghMJD(U)301562Krishna SahiMINC281071
31NalandaGENNitish KumarMJD(U)471310Dr. Kumar PushpanjayMLJNSP368914
By PollsNalandaGENRamswaroop Prasad MJD(U)171592Dr. Arun Kumar MIND54859
32PatnaGENRam Kripal YadavMRJD433853C. P. ThakurMBJP395291
33ArrahGENKanti SinghFRJD299422Ram Naresh RamMCPI(ML)(L)149679
34BuxarGENLalmuni ChaubeyMBJP205980Dadan SinghMIND151114
35Sasaram(SC)Mira KumarFINC416673Muni LalMBJP158411
36BikramganjGENAjit Kumar SinghMJD(U)305392Ram Prasad SinghMRJD246591
37AurangabadGENNikhil KumarMINC290009Sushil Kumar SinghMJD(U)282549
38JahanabadGENGanesh Prasad SinghMRJD400063Arun KumarMJD(U)353625
39Nawada(SC)Virchandra PaswanMRJD489992Sanjay PaswanMBJP433986
40Gaya(SC)Rajesh Kumar ManjhiMRJD464829Balbir ChandMBJP361895