The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) emerged as the second-largest party in the Jharkhand assembly election 2019. Incumbent Chief Minister Raghubar Das contested from Jamshedpur (East) but lost it to Saryu Roy by 15833 votes.
Das submitted his resignation to Governor Draupadi Murmu at Raj Bhavan after the results were declared on December 23.
BJP contested the election alone while Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) fought with the alliance of Congress-RJD and managed to secure to Soren is the alliance's CM face. While Das contested from Jamshedpur (East), BJP state unit president Lakshman Gilua fought the election from Chakradharpur.
In 2014, the BJP contested the polls with AJSU but this time, the latter decided to break the alliance. While the BJP had won 37 seats, the AJSU managed to secure five seats.
Here's is the list of winning candidates from the BJP:
|Name of Constituency||Winner||Party|
|Rajmahal||Anant Kumar Ojha||BJP|
|Sarath||Randhir Kumar Singh||BJP|
|Godda||Amit Kumar Mandal||BJP|
|Kodarma||Dr Neera Yadav||BJP|
|Mandu||Jai Prakash Bhai Patel||BJP|
|Simaria||Kishun Kumar Das||BJP|
|Chandan kiyari||AMAR KUMAR BAURI||BJP|
|Khunti||Nilkanth Singh Munda||
|Ranchi||Chandreshwar Prasad Singh||BJP|
|Panki||KUSHWAHA SHASHI BHUSHAN MEHTA||BJP|
|Daltonganj||ALOK KUMAR CHAURASIYA||BJP|
|Bhawanathpur||Bhanu Pratap Shahi||BJP|
The five-phased Jharkhand election began on November 30. The second phase of voting took place on December 7, the third round was held on December 12, the fourth on December 16 and the final phase was held on December 20. The final results of the 81-seat assembly was declared on December 23.