Chhattisgarh Lok Sabha Election Result 2019: BJP gets 9 seats


The EC's results indicate that the BJP won significantly more seats than the Congress. The party of Narendra Modi secured 9 seats, while Congress has taken 2. In 2014, the BJP won 10 out of 11 seats in Chhatisgarh.



Chhattisgarh
ConstituencyCurrent MP 2014BJP CandidatesINC CandidatesBSP Candidates
BastarDinesh KashyapBaiduram KashyapDeepak Baij (Winner)Aaytu Ram Mandavi
RajnandgaonAbhishek SinghSantosh Pandey (Winner)Bholaram SahuRavita Lakra
MahasamundChandu Lal SahuChunnilal SahuDhanendra Sahu (Winner)Dhan Singh Kaisaria
KankerVikram UsendiMohan Mandavi (Winner)Brijesh ThakurSube Singh Dhurve
SargujaKamalbhan Singh MarabiRenuka Singh (Winner)Khel Sai SinghMaya Bhagat
RaigarhVishnu Deo SaiGomtee Sai (Winner)Laljeet Singh RathiaInnocent Kujur
Janjgir-ChampaKamla Devi PatleGuharam Ajgale (Winner)Ravi BhardwajDauram Ratnakar
KorbaBanshilal MahtoJyoti Nand DubeySmt. Jyotsna Mahant (Winner)Parmeet Singh
BilaspurLakhan Lal SahuArun Sa0 (Winner)Atal vastavUttam Das Guru Gosai
DurgVacantVijay Baghel (Winner)Pratima ChandrakarGeetanjali Singh
RaipurRamesh BaisSunil Soni (Winner)Pramod Dubeykhileshwar sahu




Chhattisgarh was formed as an independent state carving it out from Madhya Pradesh in the year 2000. The state of Chhattisgarh has 11 Lok Sabha constituencies in total. The number of assembly constituencies here are 90. Following its thumping victory from the state, the BJP holds 10 out of 11 seats leaving only one constituency namely Durg for the Congress party. During the 2018 assembly elections, the BJP suffered a serious setback in the state as the Congress party knocked off the ruling party and won a phenomenal number of 68 out of 90 states in Chhattisgarh.

Raman Singh, the former chief minister and BJP leader assume personal responsibility for the defeat and submitted his resignation. In the Lok Sabha elections 2019, the ruling party of India is now left to ride on the feat it suffered during last year. In the Durg constituency, BJP’s Vijay Bhagel contested with Smt. Pratima Chandrakar of the Congress party. In the Bastar seat, Baiduram Kashyap locked horns with Deepak Baij of Congress. CPI has nominated Ramu Ram Mourya and BSP has listed Aaytu Ram Mandavi from this parliamentary seat all waiting to look at the 2019 Lok Sabha elections results eagerly.

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