Check out winner candidate list for Bihar lok sabha election 2019

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar share a light moment during an election rally, ahead of the Lok Sabha polls in Muzaffarpur.Photo)(
Bihar Lok Sabha Election Result 2019

Bihar Lok Sabha
ConstituencyNDA Alliances (BJP+JDU+LJP) CandidatesUPA (Congress+RJD+HAM+RLSP+VIP ) Candidates
AurangabadSusheel Kumar Singh (BJP) (Won)Upender Prasad (HAM)
GayaVijay Kumar Manjhi (JDU) (Won)jitan ram manjhi (HAM)
NawadaChandan Kumar (LJP) (Won)Vibha Devi (RJD)
JamuiChirga Kumar Pawan (LJP) (Won)Bhudeo Chaudhary (RLSP)
KishanganjMahmood Ashraf (JDU) Mohammad Javed (Congress) (Won)
KatiharDular Chand Goswami (JDU) (Won)Tariq Anwar (Congress)
PurniaSantosh Kumar Kushwah (JDU) (Won)Uday Singh (Congress)
BhagalpurAjay Kumar Mandal (JDU) (Won)Bulo Mandal (RJD)
BankaGirdhari Yadav (JDU) (Won)Jai Prakash Yadav (RJD)
JhanjharpurRam Preet Mandal (JDU) (Won)Gulab Yadav (RJD)
SupaulDileshwar Kamnath (JDU) (Won)Smt Ranjeet Ranjan (Congress)
ArariaPradeep Singh (BJP) (Won)Sarfarz Alam (RJD)
MadhepuraDinesh Chndra Yadav (JDU) (Won)Sharad Yadav (RJD)
KhagariaMehboob Ali Kaiser(LJP) (Won)Mukesh Sahani (VIP)
DarbhangaGopal Ji Thakur (BJP) (Won)Abdul Bari Siddiqui (RJD)
UjiarpurNityanand Rai (BJP) (Won)Upendra Kushwaha (RLSP)
SamastipurRam Chandra Paswan(LJP) (Won)Dr. Ashok Kumar (Congress)
BegusaraiGiriraj Singh (BJP) (Won)Tanveer Hasan (RJD)
MungerRajiv Ranjan Singh Lalan Singh(JDU) (Won)Smt. Neelam Devi (Congress)
SitamarhiSunil Kumar Pintu (JDU) (Won)Arjun Rai (RJD)
MadhubaniAshok Kumar Yadav (BJP) (Won)Badrinath Purve (VIP)
MuzaffarpurAjay Nishad (BJP) (Won)Raj Bhushan Choudhary (VIP)
SaranRajiv Pratap Rudy (BJP) (Won)Chandrika Rai (RJD)
HajipurPashupati Kumar Paras (LJP) (Won)Shiv Chancier Ram (RJD)
Valmiki NagarBaidyanath Prasad Mahto (JDU) (Won)Shashwat Kedar (Congress)
Paschim ChamparanDr. Sanjay Jaiswal (BJP) (Won)Brajesh kumar Kushwaha (INC)
Purvi ChamparanRadha Mohan Singh (BJP) (Won)Akash Kumar Singh (INC)
SheoharSmt. Rama Devi (BJP) (Won)Syed fasal ali (INC)
VaishaliVeena Devi (LJP)Raghuvansh Babu (RJD)
GopalganjDr Alok Kumar Sumen (JDU) (Won)Surender Ram urf Mahant (RJD)
SiwanKavita Singh (JDU) (Won)Heena Sahab (RJD)
MaharajganjJanardan Singh Sigriwal (BJP) (Won)Randhir Singh (RJD)
NalandaKaushlendra Kumar (JDU) (Won)Ashok Kumar Azad Chandervanshi (VIP)
Patna SahibRavi Shankar Prasad (BJP) (Won)Shatrughan Sinha (INC)
PataliputraRam Krapal Yadav (BJP) (Won)Misa Bharti (RJD)
ArrahRajkumar Singh (BJP) (Won)Raju Yadav (Kerala Congress)
BuxarAshwini Kumar Choubey (BJP) (Won)Jagdananad Singh (RJD)
SasaramChedi Paswan (BJP) (Won)Smt. Meira Kumar (Congress)
KarakatMahabali Singh (JDU) (Won)Upendra Kushwaha (RLSP)
Jahanabadchandeshwar prasad chandravanshi (JDU) (Won)Surender Yadav (RJD)

The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) has won 39 seats out of the 40 Lok Sabha seats in Bihar.

The State of Bihar is located in Eastern India. This is the thirteenth largest state in India in terms of size and third largest in terms of population. Bihar shares its borders with Uttar Pradesh, Nepal, West Bengal and Jharkhand. The total number of eligible voters in the state as per the electoral rolls is 7,07,43,593 among whom, the males are 3,74,41,954 and females are 3,32,99,233.

The state of Bihar gave 22 Lok Sabha seats to the BJP during 2014 general elections. LJP won 6 seats and RJD had 4 seats during these elections with other parties securing 8 places. During 2009 general elections, the JD (U) got 20 seats leaving BJP with 12 seats, RJD with 4 places and other parties with 4 constituencies. RJD’s performance in the Lok Sabha elections 2004 was good as the party bagged 22 seats leaving 6 places for JD (U), 5 seats for BJP and 7 places for other candidates.

Bihar has a total number of 40 Lok Sabha constituencies. The reserved constituencies of the state are 6 that are earmarked for the scheduled castes. The state of Bihar can also represent 16 Rajya Sabha members. The number of assembly constituencies in the state are 244. The state voted for its last assembly elections in 2015. During the Lok Sabha elections 2019, Bihar went for polling in 7 phases.



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