Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) emerged as the largest party by winning 30 seats in the Jharkhand assembly election 2019. JMM contested the election in alliance with Congress and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) which bagged 16 and 1 seats respectively. In total the alliance has 47 seats, easily crossing the majority mark of 41 seats in Jharkhand.
JMM chief Hemant Soren who won from Barhait and Dumka seat of Jharkhand will take oath as the new chief minister of Jharkhand. Expressing his happiness over the win Soren said,"People have given a very clear mandate, I am thankful to them." He added, "We are very common people. I will work like a son of the soil not as a Chief Minister of the state."
In 2014's assembly election JMM managed to secure 19 seats and played the role of opposition in the five years of BJP government in the state.
Here is the list of winners from JMM:
|Name of Constituency||Winner||Party|
|Litipara||Dinesh William Marandi||JMM|
|Nala||RABINDRA NATH MAHATO||JMM|
|Madhupur||Haji Hussain Ansari||JMM|
|Gandey||DR SARFRAZ AHMAD||JMM|
|Tundi||MATHURA PRASAD MAHATO||JMM|
|Baharagora||SAMIR Kr. MOHANTY||JMM|
|Tamar||VIKAS KUMAR MUNDA||JMM|
|Sisai||JIGA SUSARAN HORO||JMM|
|Garhwa||MITHILESH KUMAR THAKUR||JMM|
The election in Jharkhand was held in five-phases from November 30 - December 20. This was the fourth Assembly election in Jharkhand since the state was carved out of Bihar in 2000. The results were declared by the Election Commission on December 23.