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Chhattisgarh General Election Results


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Chhattisgarh General (Lok Sabha) Election Results 2014


*Map showing the constituency wise Chhattisgarh General Election Results 2014.

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Party Wise Chhattisgarh Elections Result 2014

Party Wise Result 2009

PartyAbbreviationWon Seats
Bharatiya Janata PartyBJP10
Indian National CongressINC1
Total 11


Constituency Wise Chhattisgarh Lok Sabha Election Results



Constituency NameCategory Const. No.Winning CandidateWinning PartyRunner_up CandidateRunner_up PartyMargin
Surguja(ST)1Kamalbhan Singh MarabiBJPRam Dev RamINC147,236
Raigarh(ST)2Vishnu Deo SaiBJPArti SinghINC216,750
Janjgir-Champa(SC)3Kamla PatleBJPPrem Chand JayasiINC174,961
KorbaGEN4Dr. Banshilal MahtoBJPCharan Das MahantINC4,265
BilaspurGEN5Lakhan Lal SahuBJPKaruna ShuklaINC176,436
RajnandgaonGEN6Abhishek SinghBJPKamleshwar VermaINC235,911
DurgGEN7Tamradhwaj SahuINCSaroj PandeyBJP16,848
RaipurGEN8Ramesh BaisBJPSatya Narayan Sharma (Sattu Bhaiya)INC171,646
MahasamundGEN9Chandu Lal Sahu (Chandu Bhaiya)BJPAjit JogiINC1,217
Bastar(ST)10Dinesh KashyapBJPDeepak Karma (Bunty)INC124,359
Kanker(ST)11Vikram Dev UsendiBJPFoolodevi NetamINC35,158
Summary of Chhattisgarh General Election 2014

Phase I polling

The first phase of polls in Chhattisgarh was conducted on 10 April 2014 for the single LS seat of Bastar under heavy security arrangements. Well before the polls, the Election Commission had declared about 80% polling booths to be 'ultra sensitive'. The state witnessed a total turnout of 47% in the constituency. Total eight candidates, including two women, were in the fray.

Naxal attack in Bastar on polling day

Ten polling booths suffered attacks from Naxals as they opened fire on the security personnel deployed in Maoist-hit Bastar. Korra, Amirgarh, Samoli, Thanikarka, Nednar, Padeli, and Raigabodi were some of the places where polling was disturbed due to violence.

Total turnout: 47% (1 seat)

TimeVoting Percentage
10:00:00 AM20.00%
12:00:00 PM30.00%


Phase II polling

Three Naxal-hit Lok Sabha constituencies of the state went to polls on 17 April 2014. The turnout recorded in various constituencies was: 68% in Rajnandgaon, 67% in Balod, 65% in Kanker, 66% in Kondagaon, 58% in Kabirdham and 62% in Gariyaband.

Total turnout: 63.44 % (3 seats)

TimeVoting Percentage
09:00:00 AM15.00%
11:00:00 AM30.00%
02:00:00 PM40.00%
03:00:00 PM60.00%


Phase III polling

The third and final round of polling in Chhattisgarh was held on 24 April 2014 for the seven parliamentary constituencies of the state. Nearly 66% turnout was registered. Total turnout: 66% (7 seats)

Total turnout: 66% (7 seats)

TimeVoting Percentage
11:00:00 AM22.00%
01:00:00 PM35.00%
04:00:00 PM56.00%
05:00:00 PM60.37%


Reference:
  • Chief Electoral Officer, Chhattisgarh
  • Election Commission of India
  • Press Information Bureau
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Chhattisgarh Parliamentary Election Result 2009

 
StateYear PC No. PC Name Category WinnerSexPartyVoteRunner UpSexPartyVote
Chhattisgarh20091Surguja(ST)Singh, Shri Murarilal MBJP416532Bhanu Pratap SinghMINC256983
Chhattisgarh20092Raigarh(ST)Sai, Shri Vishnu Deo MBJP443948Hridayaram RathiyaMINC149111
Chhattisgarh20093Janjgir-Champa(SC)Patle, Smt. Kamla Devi FBJP302142Dr.Shivkumar DahariyaMINC327791
Chhattisgarh20094KorbaGENMahant, Dr. Charan Das MINC314616Karuna ShuklaMBJP273216
Chhattisgarh20095BilaspurGENJudeo, Shri Dilip Singh MBJP347930Dr.Renu JogiFINC214931
Chhattisgarh20096RajnandgaonGENYadav, Shri Madhusudan MBJP437721Devwrat SinghMINC321843
Chhattisgarh20097DurgGENPandey, Km. Saroj FBJP283170Pradeep ChoubeyMINC293879
Chhattisgarh20098RaipurGENBais, Shri Ramesh MBJP364943Bhupesh BaghelMINC319726
Chhattisgarh20099MahasamundGENSahu, Shri Chandu Lal MBJP371201Motilal SahuMINC388100
Chhattisgarh200910Bastar(ST)Kashyap, Shri Dinesh MBJP249373Shankar SodiMINC307042
Chhattisgarh200911Kanker(ST)Potai, Shri Sohan MBJP341131Smt. Phoolo Devi NetamFINC318647


 

Chhattisgarh Parliamentary Election Result 2004

 
PC No. PC Name Category WinnerSexPartyVoteRunner UpSexPartyVote
1Surguja(ST)Nand Kumar SaiMBJP357108Khelsay SinghMINC253656
2Raigarh(ST)Vishnudeo SaiMBJP329057Rampukar SinghMINC254814
3JanjgirGENKaruna ShuklaFBJP303655Dr. Charandas MahantMINC292326
4Bilaspur(SC)Punnulal MohleMBJP324729Dr. Basant PahreMINC243176
5Sarangarh(SC)Guharam AjgalleMBJP242575Parasram BhardwajMINC183457
6RaipurGENRamesh BaisMBJP376029Shyamacharan ShuklaMINC246510
7MahasamundGENAjit JogiMINC414647Vidhya Charan ShuklaMBJP296142
8Kanker(ST)Sohan PotaiMBJP274294Mrs. Ganga Potai ThakurMINC200668
9Bastar(ST)Baliram KashyapMBJP212893Mahendra KarmaMINC158520
10DurgGENTarachand SahuMBJP382757Bhupesh BaghelMINC321289
11RajnandgaonGENPradeep GandhiMBJP314520Devvrat SinghMINC300197
By PollsRajnandgaonGENDev Wrat Singh MINC345009Leela Ram Bhojwani MBJP293395

     


     

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