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Jharkhand General (Lok Sabha) Elections 2019 Latest News & Live Updates


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Jharkhand Parliamentary Constituencies Rajmahal Dumka Godda Dhanbad Giridih Kodarma Jamshedpur Singhbhum Khunti Ranchi Hazaribagh Lohardaga Chatra Palamu
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Jharkhand Elections Update 2019

Voter-Turnout Jharkhand Leads

10:40 AM

4:40 PM - Swift voting reports in the booth of Digha - Jharkhand Election Live News 2019
4:40 PM
 
Jharkhand Elections Update 2019 Phase 6
 
Swift voting reports in the booth of Digha
 
Today during Lok Sabha elections 2019, brisk voting is reported in some hypersensitive polling booths which are constructed in Digha, Saranda in West Singhbhum district of Jharkhand. Also, Saranda is infamous for being one of the major hubs of the Maoist rebels in Jharkhand.
Latest Update Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Phase VI
Jharkhand General Election Latest Updates 2019
 
The following 4 Parliamentary Constituencies of Jharkhand will be taking part in Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Phase VI on 12th May'19
  1. Giridih
  2. Dhanbad
  3. Jamshedpur
  4. Singhbhum
4:15 PM - 2 National-level Hockey players Cast their Vote - Jharkhand Election
4:15 PM
 
Jharkhand Election Latest Update - Phase 5
 
In Jharkhand 2 National-level Hockey players Cast their Vote
 
Shashi Dungdung and Sameer Dungdung the two National-level hockey players exercised their votes for the very first time in Simdega of Khunti constituency in Jharkhand.
3:10 PM - Voter Turn Out till At 2 pm is 45.98% - Jharkhand Election Voting Latest Updates
3:10 PM
 
Jharkhand election voting latest updates
 
Jharkhand, Voter Turn Out till At 2 pm is 45.98%
 
The voter turnout percentage, according to the Google app, in Jharkhand at 2 pm, was 45.98%. The constituency-wise turnout 
 
Jharkhand, Total % PC wise Till 2PM
Kodarma - 48.70%
Ranchi - 44.69%
Khunti - 45.88%
Hazaribagh - 44.56%

 

12:15 PM - State governor of Jharkhand casts his vote - General Election Update 2019
12:15 PM
 
Jharkhand General Election Updates 2019 Phase 5
 
State governor of Jharkhand casts his vote
 
Draupadi Murmu, the state governor of Jharkhand was spotted in Ranchi casting her vote. She also posed at a selfie stand, which is especially made to encourage the voters.
 
 
11:30 AM - Former CM of Jharkhand casts his vote - Jharkhad Election Update
11:30 AM
 
Jharkhad Election Latest Update 2019
 
Former CM of Jharkhand casts his vote
 
Today during Lok Sabha elections 2019, former Chief Minister and the leader of Vikas Morcha party, Babulal Marandi was seen exercising his vote. For this year he has been nominated from the Koderma district of Jharkhand.
9:15 AM - Jharkhand Lok Sabha Election Update 2019
9:15 AM
 
Visuals in Jharkhand cast their vote
 
Voting has already begun for Lok Sabha elections 2019 Phase 5, across many states. Out of which Visuals in Ranchi, Jharkhand, were also spotted casting their vote from the polling booth of St.Anne's Girls High School.
Jharkhand - 2019 Lok Sabha Elections Phase V Latest News Update
Jharkhand General Election Latest Updates
 
The following 4 Parliamentary Constituencies of Jharkhand are taking part in Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Phase V
 
  1. Kodarma
  2. Ranchi
  3. Khunti
  4. Hazaribagh
3:45 PM - Maoist-affected Areas of Jharkhand - Elections Update 2019

3:45 PM

Jharkhand Includes Palamanu, Chiatra & Lohardaga - Latest Elections Update 2019

Today voting for Lok Sabha elections 2019, is taking place in some of the most sensitive Maoist-affected areas of Jharkhand this includes Palamau, Chatra and Lohardaga.

Jharkhand Lok Sabha Election 2019 Dates



StatePhase I (91)Phase II (97)Phase III (115)phaseIV (71)Phase V (51)phase VI (59)Phase VII(59)
Jharkhand---29/Apr06/May12/May19/May


In Lok Sabha general elections 2019 Jharkhand has a unicameral government with 82 members, where 81 are elected and one is nominated by the Governor. The state represents 14 seats in the Lok Sabha and six seats in the Rajya Sabha. Of the 14 Lok Sabha seats, five are reserved for Scheduled Tribe (ST) candidates, and one is reserved for Scheduled Caste (SC) candidate.

The people of Jharkhand have over the years expressed the need for better governance in the state, a permanent solution to the rising issues of Naxalism, better education and health infrastructure.

Ruling Party and the Constitution

Though the Governor is the constitutional head of the state, the real executive powers lie in the hands of the Chief Minister and the Cabinet. The current Governor of Jharkhand is Draupadi Murmu, who was elected on 18 May 2015. The incumbent Chief Minister Raghubar Das, representing the BJP, has ruled the state since 28th December 2014.

Election History

Since its creation in 2000, the state of Jharkhand election updates has witnessed a lot of political volatility. Three State Assembly Elections have taken place till date with the BJP and JMM dominating the political circuit. The first Assembly Elections saw the BJP govern the state and gave two chief ministers in two years, Babulal Marandi and Arjun Munda. The next elections in 2005, saw the BJP and JMM align till September 2006.

The 17th Lok Sabha elections will be the state's third parliamentary polls. The 2004 Lok Sabha election saw the INC bag six seats at the Centre, with the JMM at a close second with four seats. The BJP bagged only one seat. In 2009, fortunes turned for the BJP, which clinched eight seats. During 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP party won 12 seats in the state.

Political Parties

Politics in Jharkhand is dominated by the Indian National Congress (INC), the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI(M)), the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) and the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD).
  • Jharkhand Mukti Morcha : Led by Shibu Soren, JMM is an influential party not only in Jharkhand but in neighbouring states as well. The party, which was earlier aligned along with the BJP, is currently presided over by Wasim Akram Khan. Hemant Soren, the present Chief Minister of Jharkhand, belongs to the JMM.

  • Bharatiya Janata Party: Currently presided over by Shri Laxman Gilua, the BJP's state unit in Jharkhand has been in and out of power since the state's formation in 2014. Arjun Munda has led the party in the state on three occasions. Also Ravindra Kumar Rai led the party till 2014.

  • Indian National Congress: The Jharkhand Pradesh Congress Committee is a wing of the Indian National Congress in the state. Led by Sukdev Bhagat, the party aims to make a mark in the state .

Prominent Political Leaders

  • Raghubar Das: He is the incumbent Chief Minister of Jharkhand. This India Politician is the 6th Chief Minister of Jharkhand and represents Bharatiya Janata Party. He has been a former employee of Tata Steel.
  • Babulal Marandi: He was the first Chief Minister of Jharkhand state in India. This Indian politician was the Member of Parliament many times from Jharkhand. He is also the founder of Jharkhand Vikas Morcha.
Reference Links:

CEO Jharkhand website
Legislative Bodies India website (Jharkhand)

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  Election Highlights  
Quick Facts No. of PCs: 14
No. of Polling Days: 4
Polling Dates: 29 April (Phase 4), 6 May (Phase 5), 12 May (Phase 6), 19 May (Phase 7)
Poll Expenditure Limit per Candidate : Rs. 70 lakhs


Jharkhand Parliamentary Constituency Winners 2009



PC No.PC NameCategoryWinning CandidateGenderPartyTotal Votes
1Rajmahal(ST)Devidhan BesraMBJP168357
2Dumka(ST)Shibu SorenMJ M Morcha208518
3GoddaGENNishikant DubeyMBJP189526
4ChatraGENInder Singh NamdhariMIND108336
5KodarmaGENBabulal MarandiMJVM (Prajatantrik)199462
6GiridihGENRavindra Kumar PandeyMBJP233435
7DhanbadGENPashupati Nath SinghMBJP260521
8RanchiGENSubodh Kant SahayMINC310499
9JamshedpurGENArjun MundaMJVM (P) 319620
10Singhbhum(SC)Madhu KoraMIND256827
11Khunti(ST)Karia MundaMBJP210214
12Lohardaga(ST)Sudarshan BhagatMBJP144628
13Palamu(SC)Kameshwar BaithaMJ M Morcha167995
14HazaribaghGENYashwant SinhaMBJP219810


  Jharkhand Assembly Elections  

  Parliamentary Constituencies in Jharkhand  
PC No.PC NamePC No.PC Name
1Rajmahal8Ranchi
2Dumka9Jamshedpur
3Godda10Singhbhum
4Chatra11Khunti
5Kodarma12Lohardaga
6Giridih13Palamu
7Dhanbad14Hazaribagh






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