LIVE - Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand Assembly Polls Results

Published: 23rd December 2014 08:28 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd December 2014 07:42 PM   |  A+A-







Photos: Winning Candidates from JK, Jharkhand Polls




Former banker Haseeb Drabu wins from Rajpora as PDP sweeps all four Assembly seats in Pulwama district.  

Rajiv Jasrotia of BJP defeated Som Raj Majotra of BSP with a margin of 6,806 votes in Kathua Assembly constituency. Jasrotia polled 35,670 votes, while Majotra polled 28,864 votes and current MLA and independent candiate Charanjeet Singh finished third with 13,242 votes.

PDP patron Mufti Mohammad Sayeed wins from Anantnag seat by 6000 votes

BJP's Neelam Langeh defeats nearest rival Chaman Lal of National Conference by a margin of 5,364 votes in Ramban constituency

Congress candidates Nawanz Rigzin Jora and Deldan Namgiyal wins Leh and Nubra Assembly seats

BJP's Neelam Langeh defeats nearest rival Chaman Lal of National Conference by a margin of 5,364 votes in Ramban constituency.

Ex-separatist leader Sajjad Gani Lone wins Handwara Assembly seat defeating National Conference candidate by over 4,800 votes.

NC leader Ali Mohammad Sagar leading by 1100 votes over his nearest rival in Khanyar constituency

Raja Manzoor Ahmed of PDP wins Karnah Assembly seatdefeating sitting NC MLA Kafil-ul Rehman by 5775 votes

BJP's Kuldip Raj wins Hiranagar constituency in Jammu and Kashmir defeating Cong's Girdhari Lal Chalotra

Deputy Chief Minister Tara Chand was behind BJP candidate Krishan Lal by a margin of 9,078 votes in Chhamb constituency of Jammu district. Lal polled 19,946 votes, while Tara Chand polled 10,868 votes after second round of counting.

Congress minister Sham Lal Sharma was leading over his BJP candidate Rajiv Sharma by a margin of 116 votes in Akhnoor constituency. Sham Lal Sharma polled 3,598 votes against Rajiv who polled 3,482 votes.

Congress minister Manohar Lal Sharma was trailing BJP candidate Nirmal Singh by 5,944 votes in Billawar constituency. Singh polled 12,030 votes against 6,076 votes polled by Sharma.

Congress minister Nawang Rigzin Jora was leading over BJP candidate Chering Dorje by 212 votes in Leh constituency. Jora polled 2,286 votes, while Dorje polled 1,589 votes.

Congress Minister Raman Bhalla was leading over his nearest rival of BJP candidate Kavinder Gupta by a margin of 1,749 votes in Gandhi Nagar constituency. Bhalla polled 9,343 votes, while Gupta polled 7,594 votes.

NC minister Ajay Kumar Sadhotra was trailing BJP candidate Sukhnandan Choudhary by a margin of 6,321 votes in Marh constituency. Choudhary polled 12,238 votes, while Sadhotra polled 5,917 votes.

NC minister Sajjad Ahmed Kitchloo, who polled 4,357 votes, was leading over his nearest rival Sunil Sharma of BJP by 1,787 votes, who polled 2,570 votes in Kishtwar constituency.

Deputy Chief Minister and Congress candidate from Chhamb Tara Chand was trailing behind Krishan Lal by a margin of 4797 votes in Chhamb constituency.

Another Congress candidate Manohar Lal Sharma was trailing behind BJP candidate Nirmal Singh by a margin of 1254 votes in Billawar constituency.

Surinder Choudhary of PDP is leading over BJP candidate Ravinder Raina by a margin of 2377 votes in Nowshera constituency.

Chander Prakash Ganga of BJP is leading over former Minister and NC candidate S S Slathia from Vijaypur constituency by a margin of 1989 votes.

Devinder Kumar Manyal of BJP is leading over former minister and JKNPP candidate Yashpal Kundal by a margin of 3369 votes in Samba constituency.

JKNPP candidate Balwant Singh Mankotia is leading over Independent candidate Pawan Gupta by a margin of 259 votes in Udhampur constituency.


Sita Murmu alias Sita Soren of JMM won the Jama seat beating her nearest BJP rival Suresh Murmu by 2,306 votes.

JMM candidate Deepak Birua won the Chaibasa seat by defeating his nearest BJP rival Jyoti Bhramar Tubid of BJP by 34,715 votes.

Jai Bharat Samanta Party candidate Geeta Koda retained the Jagannathpur seat by defeating her nearest BJP rival Mangal Singh Suren by 24,611 votes.

Jharkhand HRD Minister Geetashree Oraon of the Congress has finished third from Sisai (ST) Assembly seat.

BJP candidate Ramkumar Pahan won from Khijri (ST) seat, defeating Congress candidate Sundri Devi by over 64,000 votes. JVM(P) candidate Naveen Jaiswal won the Hatia seat by defeating nearest BJP rival Seema Sharma by 8,000 votes.  

Jharkhand BJP heavyweight and former chief minister Arjun Munda loses from Kharsawan (ST) to Dasrath Gagrai of JMM.

Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantrik) candidate Ganesh Ganjhu won the Simaria seat defeating his nearest BJP rival Sujeet Kumar Bharati by 15,640 votes.

Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren wins Barhait seat by 24087 votes defeating nearest BJP rival Hemlal Murmu.

From Silli constituency, Amit Kumar of the JMM is leading by 9,611 votes over Ajsu party's Sudesh Kumar Mahto after 4th round.

Navin Jaiswal (JVM) is leading by 22,721 votes over his nearest rival Seema Sharma of the BJP from Hatia after 4th round.

BJP candidate and former Assembly speaker C P Singh is comfortably positioned, leading with a margin of 28,000 over his nearest JMM rival Mahua Maji from Ranchi after 4th round.

In Mandar (ST) seat, BJP's Kumar Mahesh Singh is leading by 4,609 votes over his nearest independent rival D Dhan at the end of the 4th round.

Dr Jitu Charan Ram (BJP) is leading by over 20,000 votes against his nearest Congress rival Suresh Kr Baitha from Kanke (SC).

Former chief minister and Jharkhand Vikas Morcha  (Prajatantrik) candidate Babulal Marandi is trailing behindCPI-ML (Liberation) Raj Kumar Yadav by 800 votes from Dhanwar after 6th round.

Marandi is also behind BJP's Nirbhay Sahabadi from Giridih constituency by over 8,000 votes.

From Garhwa, BJP's Satyendra Nath Tiwari is leading by 2,509 votes over his nearest RJD rival Girinath Singh.

In Bhawanathpur constituency, Navjawan Sangharsh Morcha candidate Bhanu Pratap Sahi is leading by 3,400 over his nearest BJP rival Anant Pratap Deo.

Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantrik) candidate Devendra Kunwar is leading by over 1,900 votes over his nearest BJP rival Abhaykant Prasad from Jarmundi.

In Daltonganj, BJP's Manoj Kumar Singh is leading by 3,651 votes over his nearest Congress nominee and Rural Development Minister K N Tripathi after the 3rd round of counting.

Congress nominee Ajay Kumar Dubey (Congress) is leading by a narrow margin of 678 votes over his nearest BJP rival Ramchandra Chandravanshi from Bishrampur after the 3rd round.

From Panki seat, Independent candidate Kushwaha Shashi Bhusan Mehta has opened a lead 2,478 vote over Congress candidate Bidesh Singh after the 3rd round.

Bahujan Samaj Party's Kushwaha Shiv Pujan Mehta is  leading by over 600 votes over Kameshwar Kushwaha (BJP) inHussainabad constituency after the third round counting.

Former chief minister and BJP candidate Arjun Munda is trailing by about 1,200 votes from his nearest JMM rival Dasrath Gagrai in Kharswan (ST) seat after the first round.

Another former chief minister Madhu Koda is trailing by a huge margin of 11,000 votes as JMM’s Niral Purty opened a comfortable gap after the 5th round of counting in Majhgaon(ST) constituency.

Nalin Soren (JMM) is leading by more than 2,000 votes over Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantrik) nominee Paritosh Soren in Shikaripara (ST) after the first round.

Chief Minister Hemant Soren (JMM) is leading by 94 votes over his nearest BJP rival Hemlal Murmu from Barhait.

Sitting MLA Gita Koda (Jai Bharat Samanta Party), wife of former Chief Minister Madhu Koda leading by over 1300 votes from her nearest BJP rival Mangal Singh Suren from Jagannathpur (ST).

Ramchandra Singh (RJD) leading by 2928 votes over his nearest BJP rival Harikrishn Singh from Manika.

Jiga Susaran Horo (JMM) leading by over 700 votes over his BJP rival Dinesh Oraon from Sesai (ST).

Shashibhusan Samad (JMM) leading by 5000 votes over his nearest BJP rival Navami Oraon from Chakradharpur.

Stephen Marandi (JMM) leading by 428 votes over his  nearest BJP rival Devidhan Tudu from Maheshpur (ST) seat after the completion of the first round.

Amit Kumar (JMM) leads by over 1000 votes over his nearest Ajsu party candidate Sudesh Kumar Mahto from Silli.

Former Chief Minister Madhu Koda (Jai Bharat Samanta Party) is trailing by 3000 votes from his nearest JMM rival Niral Purty from Majhgaon (ST) after the first round of counting.





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