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Jharkhand Election Result 2019
Constituency NameCandidatePartyWin/ LeadVotes Margin
ChatraShri Sunil Kumar SinghBharatiya Janata PartyWin377871
DhanbadShri Pashupati Nath SinghBharatiya Janata PartyWin486194
DumkaShri Sunil SorenBharatiya Janata PartyWin47590
GiridihChandra Prakash ChoudharyOthersWin248347
GoddaShri Nishikant DubeyBharatiya Janata PartyWin184227
HazaribaghShri Jayant SinhaBharatiya Janata PartyWin479548
JamshedpurShri Vidhyut Varan MahatoBharatiya Janata PartyWin302090
KhuntiShri Arjun MundaBharatiya Janata PartyWin1445
KodarmaSmt Annapurna Devi YadavBharatiya Janata PartyWin455600
LohardagaShri Sudarshan BhagatBharatiya Janata PartyWin10363
PalamauShri Vishnu Dayal RamBharatiya Janata PartyWin477606
RajmahalVijay HansdaJharkhand Mukti MorchaWin99195
RanchiShri Sanjay SethBharatiya Janata PartyWin283026
SinghbhumSmt Geeta KoraIndian National CongressWin72155

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Jharkhand General (Lok Sabha) Election Result 2014



The 14 parliamentary seats in Jharkhand were contested by several parties, including the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Indian National Congress (INC), the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM), and Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (JVM), Rashtriya Janata Ddal, CPI (M-L) and Jai Bharat Samata Party. In view of the Lok Sabha Election 2014, the INC had formed an alliance with the JMM Party.

The major noteworthy candidates in Jharkhand included JMM supremo and former chief minister Shibu Soren, ex-CM and JVM (Prajatantrik) leader Babulal Marandi, former Union cabinet minister Subodh Kant Sahay from INC, and Jayant Sinha, son of BJP leader and former Union cabinet minister Yashwant Sinha. Another former chief minister Madhu Koda's wife Geeta Koda (Jai Bharat Samata Party) was also in the fray.

According to Jharkhand's 2009 Lok Sabha Election results, the state was a Congress-JMM stronghold, where the alliance had won eight of the 14 Lok Sabha seats.

Summary of Jharkhand Election Results 2014



BJP scored victory in 12 out of the 14 seats. The other two went to Jharkhand Mukti Morcha, where Shibu Soren (Dumka) and Vijay Kumar Hansdak (Rajmahal) were the winning candidates. Pashupati Nath Singh (Dhanbad), Jayant Sinha (Hazaribagh) and Karia Munda (Khunti) were prominent BJP winners. Geeta Koda was defeated by Laxman Giluwa of BJP in Singhbhum constituency.

PartyAbbreviationWon Seats
Bharatiya Janata PartyBJP12
Jharkhand Mukti MorchaJMM2
Total 14


Constituency Wise Jharkhand Lok Sabha Election Results



Constituency NameCategory Const. No.Winning CandidateWinning PartyRunner_up CandidateRunner_up PartyMargin
Rajmahal(ST)1Vijay Kumar HansdakJMMHemlal MurmuBJP41,337
Dumka(ST)2Shibu SorenJMMSunil SorenBJP39,030
GoddaGEN3Nishikant DubeyBJPFurkan AnsariINC60,682
ChatraGEN4Sunil Kumar SinghBJPDhiraj Prasad SahuINC178,026
KodarmaGEN5Ravindra Kr. RayBJPRajkumar YadavCPI(ML)(L)98,654
GiridihGEN6Ravindra Kumar PandeyBJPJagarnath MahtoJMM40,313
DhanbadGEN7Pashupati Nath SinghBJPAjay Kumar DubeyINC292,954
RanchiGEN8Ram Tahal ChoudharyBJPSubodh Kant SahayINC199,303
JamshedpurGEN9Bidyut Baran MahatoBJPAjay KumarJVM(P)99,876
Singhbhum(SC)10Laxman GiluwaBJPGeeta KoraJBSP87,524
Khunti(ST)11Karia MundaBJPAnosh EkkaJKP92,248
Lohardaga(ST)12Sudarshan BhagatBJPRameshwar OraonINC6,489
Palamu(SC)13Vishnu Dayal RamBJPManoj KumarRJD263,942
HazaribaghGEN14Jayant SinhaBJPSaurabh Narain SinghINC159,128
 

Jharkhand Parliamentary Election Result 2009

 
StateYear PC No. PC Name Category WinnerSexPartyVoteRunner UpSexPartyVote
Jharkhand20091Rajmahal(ST)Besra, Shri Devidhan MBJP168357Hemlal MurmuMJMM159374
Jharkhand20092Dumka(ST)Soren, Shri Shibu MJMM208518Sunil SorenMBJP189706
Jharkhand20093GoddaGENDubey, Shri Nishikant MBJP189526Furkan AnsariMINC183119
Jharkhand20094ChatraGENNamdhari, Shri Inder Singh MIND108336Dhiraj Prasad SahuMINC92158
Jharkhand20095KodarmaGENMarandi, Shri Babu Lal MJVM199462Raj Kumar YadavMCPI(ML)(L)150942
Jharkhand20096GiridihGENPandey, Shri Ravindra Kumar MBJP233435Teklal MahtoMJMM138697
Jharkhand20097DhanbadGENSingh, Shri Pashupati Nath MBJP260521Chandrashekhar DubeyMINC202474
Jharkhand20098RanchiGENSahai, Shri Subodh Kant MINC310499Ram Tahal ChoudharyMBJP297149
Jharkhand20099JamshedpurGENKumar, Dr. (Shri) Ajay MJVM319620Suman MahatoMJMM199957
Jharkhand200910Singhbhum(SC)Kora, Shri Madhu MIND256827Barkuwar GagraiMBJP167154
Jharkhand200911Khunti(ST)Munda, Shri Kariya MBJP210214Neil TirkeyMINC130039
Jharkhand200912Lohardaga(ST)Bhagat, Shri Sudarshan MBJP144628Chamra LindaMIND136345
Jharkhand200913Palamu(SC)Baitha, Shri Kameshwar MJMM167995Ghuran RamMRJD144457
Jharkhand200914HazaribaghGENSinha, Shri Yashwant MBJP219810Saurabh Narain SinghMINC179646


 

Jharkhand Parliamentary Election Result 2004

 
PC No. PC Name Category WinnerSexPartyVoteRunner UpSexPartyVote
1Rajmahal(ST)Hemlal MurmuMJMM226411Thomas HansdaMINC223437
2Dumka(ST)Shibu SorenMJMM339542Sone Lal HembromMBJP224527
3GoddaGENFurkan AnsariMINC373138Pradeep YadavMBJP346384
4ChatraGENDhirendra AgarwalMRJD121464Inder Singh NamdhariMJD(U)102609
5KodarmaGENBabulal MarandiMBJP366656Champa VermaMJMM211712
By PollsKodarmaGENBabu Lal Marandi MIND325871Manoj Kumar Yadav MINC131731
6GiridihGENTek Lal MahtoMJMM350255Ravindra Kumar PandeyMBJP200461
7DhanbadGENChandra Shekhar DubeyMINC355499Rita VermaMBJP236121
8RanchiGENSubodh Kant SahayMINC284035Ram Tahal ChoudharyMBJP268614
9JamshedpurGENSunil Kumar MahatoMJMM396056Abha MahtoMBJP290423
By PollsJamshedpurGENSuman MahatoFJMM293003Dinesh Ku Sharangi MBJP234189
10Singhbhum(ST)Bagun SumbraiMINC221343Laxman GiluaMBJP162147
11Khunti(ST)Sushila KerkettaFINC218158Kariya MundaMBJP166932
12Lohardaga(ST)Rameshwar OraonMINC223920Dukha BhagatMBJP133665
13Palamu(SC)Manoj KumarMRJD206733Braj Mohan RamMBJP151589
By PollsPalamuGENDhuran Ram MRJD164202Kameshwar Bytha MBSP141875
14HazaribaghGENBhubneshwar Prasad MehtaMCPI356058Yashwant SinhaMBJP250730


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