Jharkhand election result 2019: List of Babulal Marandi's Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (JVM) winners

Former Jharkhand chief minister Babulal Marandi-led Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (JVM) contested on all 81 seats in the state. JVM managed to register win in three constituencies namely Dhanwar, Poreyahat, Sarath

Jharkhand election result 2019: List of Babulal Marandi's Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (JVM) winners

Former Jharkhand chief minister Babulal Marandi-led Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (JVM) contested on all 81 seats in the state. JVM managed to register win in three constituencies namely Dhanwar, Poreyahat, Mandar.

Marandi took the decision of going solo in the election after failing to get a satisfactory number of seats to contest the poll by the 'Mahagatbandhan' - Congress, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) and Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM). After the poll results were declared Marandi said that the results were not what he was expecting. He won from Dhanwa seat by 17550 votes. 

The JVM had won eight seats in the 2014 Assembly election but later, the party was left with only two MLAs after six of the members deflected to the BJP.  

Here is the list of winning candidates from JVM:

Name of Constituency Winner Party
Rajmahal    
Borio    
Barhait    
Litipara    
Pakur    
Maheshpur    
Sikaripara    
Nala    
Jamtara    
Dumka    
Jama    
Jarmundi    
Madhupur    
Sarath    
Devghar    
Poreyahat

PRADEEP YADAV

JVM (P)
Godda    
Mahagama    
Kodarma    
Barkatha    
Barhi    
Barkagaon    
Ramgarh    
Mandu    
Hazaribagh    
Simaria    
Chatra    
Dhanwar BABULAL MARANDI JVM (P)
Bagodar    
Jamua    
Gandey    
Giridih    
Dumri    
Gomia    
Bermo    
Bokaro    
Chandan kiyari    
Sindri    
Nirsa    
Dhanbad    
Jharia    
Tundi    
Baghmara    
Baharagora    
Ghatsila    
Potka    
Jugsalai    
Jamshedpur East    
Jamshedpur West    
Ichagarh    
Seraikella    
Chaibasa    
Majhgaon    
Jaganathpur    
Manoharpur    
Chakradharpur    
Kharsawan    
Tamar    
Torpa    
Khunti    
Silli    
Khijri    
Ranchi    
Hatia    
Kanke    
Mandar BANDHU TIRKEY JVM(P)
Sisai    
Gumla    
Bishunpur    
Simdega    
Kolebira    
Lohardaga    
Manika    
Latehar    
Panki    
Daltonganj    
Bishrampur    
Chhatarpur    
Hussainabad    
Garhwa    
Bhawanathpur    

The election in Jharkhand was held in five-phases from November 30 - December 20. In 2014, the BJP had a clear majority in the House with 37 seats, while its ally AJSU managed to win five Assembly seats. Incumbent Chief Minister Raghubar Das is seeking a second five-year term. The tenure of the current Assembly ends on January 5, 2020. This is the fourth Assembly election in Jharkhand since the state was carved out of Bihar in 2000.