Jharkhand Assembly Election Results 2019: The counting of votes for Jharkhand Vidhan Sabha polls is currently underway. The final picture is expected to be clear by Monday evening.

The key candidates in the fray were Raghubar Das from BJP, Hemant Soren from JMM,  Babulal Marandi from JVM, Gourav Vallabh from Congress, and Nalin Soren from JMM. Some of the other important candidates include Rameshwar Oraon from Congress, Sudesh Mahto from AJSU, Lakshman Gilua, SP Singh, Sukhdeo Bhagat from BJP.

In 2014 Assembly elections, the BJP had won 37, All Jharkhand Students Union (AJSU) 5, JMM 19 and Congress 6. The JVM (P) won 8 seats and Lalu Yadav’s Rashtriya Janata Dal could not win even a single seat.

Voting for the 81 assembly seats in Jharkhand, conducted in five phases, concluded on December 20.

Here’s a complete list of winning candidates:

S. NoConstituency NameParty NameLeading/Trailing (Winners’ Name)
1Borio  JMMLobin Hembrom (leading)
2BarhaitJMM
Hemant Soren (leading)
3LitiparaJMM
Dinesh William Marandi (leading)
4PakaurBJP
Veni Prasad Gupta (leading)
5MaheshpurJMM
Stephen Marandi (leading)
6Sikaripara JMMNalin Soren (Leading)
7NalaBJP
Satyanand Jha (leading)
8JamtaraBJP
Birendra Mandal (leading)
9DumkaBJPLouis Marandi (leading)
10JamaBJP
Suresh Murmu (leading)
11JarmundiBJP
Devendra Kunwar (leading)
12MadhupurBJP
Raj Paliwar (leading)
13SarathBJP
Randhir Kumar Singh (leading)
14DeogharRJD
Suresh Paswan (leading)
15PoreyahatJVM
Pradeep Yadav (leading)
16GoddaRJD
Sanjay Prasad Yadav (leading)
17MahagamaBJP
Ashok Kumar (leading)
18KodarmaRJD
Amitabh Kumar (leading)
19BarkathaOthers
Amit Kumar Yadav (leading)
20BarhiINC
Umashankar Akela (leading)
21BarkagaonINC
Amba Prasad (leading)
22RamgarhBJPRananjay Kumar @ Kuntu Babu (leading)
23ManduJMM
Manish Jaiswal (leading)
24HazaribaghBJP
Manish Jaiswal (leading)
25SimariaJVM
Ramadev Singh Bhogta

(leading)

26ChatraRJD
Satyanand Bhokta

(leading)

27DhanwarJVM
Babulal Marandi
28BagodarBJP
Nagendra Mahto (leading)
29JamuaBJP
Kedar Hazra (leading)
30GandeyBJP
Jai Prakash Verma (leading)
31GiridihBJP
Nirbhay Kumar Shahabadi (leading)
32DumriJMM
Jagarnath Mahto (leading)
33GomiaAJSU Party
Lambodar Mahto
34BermoINC
Rajendra Pd. Singh (leading)
35BokaroINC
Shweta Singh (leading)
36ChandankiyariAJSU Party
Uma Kant Rajak (leading)
37SindriBJP
Indrajit Mahato (leading)
38NirsaJMM
Ashok Kumar Mandal (leading)
39DhanbadINC
Mannan Mallick (leading)
40JhariaINC
Purnima Niraj Singh (leading)
41TundiJMM
Mathura Prasad Mahato (leading)
42BaghmaraBJP
Dulu Mahato (leading)
43BaharagoraJMM
Samir Kr. Mohanty (leading)
44GhatsilaBJP
Lakhan Chandra Mardi (leading)
45PotkaBJPMenka Sardar (leading)
46JugsalaiJMM
Mangal Kalindi (leading)
47Jamshedpur EastBJP
Raghubar Das (leading)
48Jamshedpur WestBJP
Devendra Nath Singh (leading)
49IchagharJMM
Sabita Mahato (leading)
50Seraikella JMM Champai Soren
51ChaibasaiJMM
Deepak Birua (leading)
52MajhgaonJMM
Niral Purty (leading)
53JaganathpurINC
Sona Ram Sinku (leading)
54ManoharpurJMM
Joba Majhi (laeding)
55ChakradharpurJMM Sukhram Oraon
56KharsawanJMM
Dashrath Gagrai (leading)
57TamarJMM
Vikas Kumar Munda (leading)
58TorpaBJP
Koche Munda
58KhuntiBJP
Nilkanth Singh Munda
60SilliAJSU Party
Sudesh Kumar Mahto (leading)
61KhijriBJP
Ram Kumar Pahan (leading)
62RanchiBJP
Chandreshwar Prasad Singh (leading)
63HatiaBJP
Navin Jaiswal (leading)
64KankeBJP
Sammari Lal (leading)
65MandarJVM
Bandhu Tirkey (leading)
66SisaiJMM
Jiga Susaran Horo (leading)
67GumlaJMM
Bhushan Tirkey (leading)
68BishunpurBJP
Ashok Oraon (leading)
69SimdegaBJP
Shradhanand Besra (leading)
70KolebiraINC
Naman Bixal Kongari (leading)
71Lohardaga INC
Rameshwar Oraon (leading)
72ManikaINC Ramchandra Singh
73LateharJMMBaidyanath Ram
74PankiINC
Devendra Kumar Singh

(leading)

75DaltonganjBJP
Alok Kumar Chaurasiya

(leading)

76BishrampurINC
Chandra Shekhar Dubey (leading)
77ChhatarpurRJD
Vijay Kumar (leading)
78HussainabadJVM
Birendra Kumar (leading)
79Garhwa  JMM
Mithilesh Kumar Thakur (leading)
80BhawanathpurINC
Kedar Prasad Yadav (leading)
81RajmahalBJP
Anant Kumar Ojha (leading)

The tenure of the current Assembly ends on January 5, 2020. This is the fourth election in the state since it was carved out of Bihar in 2000.