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List of Chhattisgarh Assembly Election 2018 winners and MLAs

In the BJP-dominated state, the voting took place in two phases, one on November 12 and November 20.

List of Chhattisgarh Assembly Election 2018 winners and MLAs

New Delhi: The results of 90-member assembly elections held in Chattishgarh will be announced. In the BJP-dominated state, the voting took place in two phases, one on November 12 and November 20. This year's election will see a face-off between the three-term Chief Minister Raman Singh of the BJP, who is confident that his party will return to power for a straight fourth term and Congress.

This year, the state, which has been dominated by BJP and Congress so far, witnessed a coalition among Mayawati-led Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), former chief minister Ajit Jogi's Janata Congress Chhattisgarh (J) and Communist Party of India (CPI), adding another dimension to the electoral politics.

Following is the full list of winning candidates from Chattisgarh and their parties:

Constituency Winner Party
Pali-Tanakhar (ST) Mohit Ram CONG
Marwahi (ST) Ajit Jogi JCC
Kota Renu Ajit Jogi JCC
Lormi Dharmjeet Singh JCC
Mungeli (SC) Punnulal Mohale BJP
Ambikapur T.S. Baba CONG
Takhatpur Rashmi Ashish Singh CONG
Bilha Dharam Lal Kaushik BJP
Bilaspur Shailesh Pandey CONG
Beltara Rajnish Kumar Singh BJP
Masturi (SC) Dr. Krishna Murti Bandhi BJP
Akaltara Saurabh Singh BJP
Janjgir-Champa Narayan Chandel BJP
Sakti Charan Das Mahant CONG
Dhamtari Ranjana Dipendra Sahu BJP
Sanjari Balod Sangeeta Sinha CONG
Dondi Lohara (ST) Anila Bhendia CONG
Gunderdehi Kunwer Singh Nishad CONG
Patan Bhupesh Baghel CONG
Durg Gramin Tamradhwaj Sahu CONG
Durg City Arun Vora CONG
Bhilai Nagar Devendra Singh Yadav CONG
Vaishali Nagar Vidya Ratan Bhasin BJP
Ahiwara (SC) Guru Rudra Kumar CONG
Saja Ravindra Chaube CONG
Bemetara Ashish Kumar Chhabra CONG
Dantewara (ST) Bhima Mandavi BJP
Bijapur (ST) Vikram Mandavi CONG
Konta (ST) Kawasi Lakhma CONG
Sitapur (ST) Amarjeet Bhagat CONG
Jashpur (ST) Vinay Kumar Bhagat CONG
Kunkuri (ST) U. D. Minj CONG
Pathalgaon (ST) Rampukar Singh Thakur CONG
Lailunga (ST) Chakradhar Singh Sidar CONG
Raigarh Prakash Nayak CONG
Sarangarh (SC) Uttari Ganpat Jangde CONG
Kharsia Umesh Patel CONG
Dharamjaigarh (ST) Laljeet Singh Rathia CONG
Rampur (ST) Nanki Ram Kanwar BJP
Korba Jaisingh Agrawal(Jaisingh Bhaiya) CONG
Katghora Purushottam Kanwar CONG
Chandrapur Ram Kumar Yadav CONG
Jaijaipur Keshav Prasad Chandra BSP
Pamgarh (SC) Indu Banjare BSP
Saraipali (SC) Kismat Lal Nand CONG
Basna Devendra Bahadur Singh CONG
Khallari Dwarikadhish Yadav CONG
Mahasamund Vinod Sevan Lal Chandrakar CONG
Bilaigarh (SC) Chandradev Prasad Rai CONG
Kasdol Shakuntala Sahu CONG
Balodabazar Pramod Kumar Sharma JCC
Bhatapara Shivratan Sharma BJP
Dharsiwa Anita Yogendra Sharma CONG
Raipur City Gramin Satyanarayan Sharma CONG
Raipur City West Vikas Upadhyay CONG
Raipur City North Kuldeep Juneja CONG
Raipur City South Brijmohan Agrawal BJP
Arang (SC) Dr. Shivkumar Dahariya CONG
Abhanpur Dhanendra Sahu CONG
Rajim Amitesh Shukla CONG
Bindranawagarh (ST) Damarudhar Pujari BJP
Sihawa (ST) Dr. Lakshmi Dhruw CONG
Kurud Ajay Chandrakar BJP
Navagarh (SC) Gurudayal Singh Banjare CONG
Pandariya Mamta Chandrakar CONG
Kawardha Akbar Bhai CONG
Khairagarh Devwrat Singh JCC
Dongargarh Bhuneshwar Shobharam Baghel CONG
Rajnandgaon Dr. Raman Singh BJP
Dongargaon Daleshwar Sahu CONG
Khujji Chhanni Chandu Sahu CONG
Mohala-Manpur (ST) Indrashah Mandavi CONG
Antagarh (ST) Anoop Nag CONG
Bhanupratappur (ST) Manoj Singh Mandavi CONG
Kanker (ST) Shishupal Shori CONG
Keshkal (ST) Sant Ram Netam CONG
Kondagaon (ST) Mohan Markam CONG
Narayanpur (ST) Chandan Kashyap CONG
Bastar (ST) Baghel Lakheshwar CONG
Jagdalpur Rekhchand Jain CONG
Chitrakot (ST) Deepak Baij CONG
Bharatpur-Sonhat (ST) Gulab Kamro CONG
Manendragarh Dr. Vinay Jaiswal CONG
Baikunthpur Ambica Singh Deo CONG
Premnagar Khel Sai Singh CONG
Bhatgaon Paras Nath Rajwade CONG
Pratappur (ST) Dr. Premsai Singh Tekam CONG
Ramanujganj (ST) Brihaspat Singh CONG
Samri (ST) Chintamani Mahraj CONG
Lundra (ST) Dr. Pritam Ram CONG

Congress has spent 15 years in the opposition in Chhattisgarh.

In 2013, the BJP formed the government for a third time in a row after winning 49 seats in the 90-member assembly. The Congress won 39 seats.