Bihar Exit Poll 2015

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Bihar Exit Poll 2015

Exit poll prediction of all leading news channels and survey agencies will come out on Thursday Evening (5th Nov 2015). Exit poll results are a likely indicator of the final results, which will be announced on Sunday, 8 November.
Check Bihar Election 2015 Exit Poll on recruitmentnow.in from various research agencies and media houses.

JDU+ BJP+ Others
News Nations Exit Poll 120-124 115-119 3-5
ABP News-Nielsen Exit Poll 130 108 5
News 24 Todays Chanakya Exit Poll 83 155 5
News X Exit Poll 130-140 90-100 13-23
India Today – Cicero Exit Poll (Aaj Tak) 117 120 6
India TV Cvoter Exit Poll 112-132 101-121 6-14

Today’s Chanakya Bihar Exit Poll 2015: today after 6PM.

India TV – Cvoter Exit Poll 2015: 35000 Samples are collected from all assembly constituency. India TV – Cover exit poll predicted 112-132 seats for JDU+, 101-121 seats for BJP+ and 6-14 seats for others.

News Nation Exit Poll 2015:

Bihar Exit Poll 2015, Bihar Exit Poll Survey, Bihar Poll Survery, Who is winning in Bihar.

Bihar Assembly Election 2015 News

    • 5th Nov 2015: Live Updates
      • 59.46% voting in last phase of Bihar Assembly Election 2015.
      • 56% polling recorded till 4 pm
      • Lalu Prasad Yadav RJD: Mahagathbadhan will get 190 seats in this assembly election.
      • Cp Thakur BJP: BJP will get two third majority in the state.
      • 51.85% polling recorded till 3 pm
      • Bihar Final Phase Polling update : Till 2 pm 45.62%
      • 31% polling recorded till noon
      • Over 24% percent turnout recorded till 11 AM
      • Bihar Final Phase Polling update : Till 10 am 17.67%
    • 2nd Nov 2015: “When we came to the poll battlefield we have come with development as the agenda, but Lalu ji and Nitish ji tried to give it a communal colour” Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday.
    • 30th Oct 2015: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address election rallies in Gopalganj and Muzaffarpur today
    • 28th Oct 2015: Bihar Assembly Election 3rd phase polling has started. The state had witnessed a record 57 per cent turnout in the first phase while a 55 per cent turnout was registered in the second phase.

  • 27th Oct 2015: Addressing an election rally in Sitamarhi district Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said the ongoing election will decide Bihar’s future.
  • 11th Oct 2015: Two leaders of Bihar’s JD-U-led “grand alliance” – minister Awadesh Kumar Kushwaha and RJD candidate Mudrika Yadav – were caught on camera purportedly accepting bribes hours before the first phase of polls in the state.
  • 5th Oct 2015: All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) will contest for 24 seats in Bihar Assembly Election 2015. Today AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi announced six candidates. AIMIM Bihar president Akhtarul Imaan will contest from Kocha Daman constituency Taseeruddin from Kishangunj, Amit Paswan from Rani Gunj, Gulam Sarwar from Baisi, Nawazish Alam from Amour and Md Adil from Balrampur.
  • 4 Sep 2015: Bihar Assembly polls likely to be held in 5 phases, which may start mid October and continue till mid November.
  • 1 Sep 2015: The Election Commission is likely to announce the schedule of Bihar Assembly polls later this week or early next week.
  • 8 Aug 2015: Bihar Assembly polls to be completed before November 29: Election Commission.
  • 3 Aug 2015: “I will not contest assembly polls and would devote my time for campaigning” Nitish, who was declared the chief ministerial candidate by JDU, RJD, Congress and NCP alliance.
  • 20 July 2015: RJD has decided to engage 1,000 tongas from the first week of August for upcoming assembly election poll campaign.
  • 7 July 2015: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday said that the BJP has made the state legislative council elections a ‘prestige issue’, and added that he hoped the latter would not turn back on its words after the results were out. A record 94 per cent polling was recorded in today’s election to 24 legislative council seats.
  • 11 Mar 2015: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday won trust vote in Bihar Assembly with 140 votes in his favour.
  • 20 Feb 2015: According a survey 66% thinks that Nitish Kumar is responsible for Bihar’s current political crises.
  • 20 Feb 2015: Bihar CM Jeetanram Manjhi resigned from Bihar CM post.
  • 7 Feb 2015: Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi has appealed to Bihar Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi to dissolve the state Assembly.
  • 7 Feb 2015: Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi has written to Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi seeking removal of Nitish Kumar’s close aides and senior JD(U) leaders Lallan Singh and PK Shahi.
  • 10 Nov 2014: The BJP-led NDA, in an internal exercise in August this year, set up the goal of winning 172+ of the 243 assembly seats.
  • 25 Oct 2014: LJP eyes 100 seats to contest in Bihar assembly polls next year
  • 25 Sep 2014: Assembly polls 2015: BJP to hold 27,000 public meetings in Bihar

Bihar Election Opinion Poll 2015

Bihar election 2015 prediction will be very difficult for all pre poll survey pundits. This high voltage assembly election is like a war for all anti BJP parties. All anti BJP parties came together to save voter base in this election. We will update you with all Bihar pre poll survey 2015 here.

Survey JDU+ BJP+ Others
Zee-News (Oct) 64 147 32
ABP-Neilson (Oct) 112 128 3
India Today – Cicero (Oct) 117-125 107-115 0
News Nation (Oct) 125-129 111-115 2
CNN-IBN (Oct) 137 95 11
Times Now- C Voter (Oct) 116 119 8
Times Now- C Voter (Sep) 112 117 14
Zee-News (Sep) 70 140 33
ABP-Neilson (Sep) 122 118 3
India Today – Cicero (Sep) 106 125 12
ABP-Neilson (Jul) 129 112 2
ABP-Neilson (Apr May) 114 124 5

ABP News- Nielsen Opinion Poll 2015 (Sep 2015)
The Survey has predicted that Nitish Kumar led grand alliance is likely to get 122 seats and emerge on top in Bihar, followed by BJP led NDA with 118 seats.  The opinion poll survey was conducted from 3rd-7th Sep in 37 assembly constituencies. The sampling size achieved was 4,493.

News24-Today’s Chanakya Opinion Poll (Sep 2015)
The survey was conducted between September 1-12 in different areas of the state. Manjhi is not at all a factor in Bihar elections and caste politics will not be able to influence mood of the voters. 46% respondents said that they will vote as per their favourite political party and candidates, while 40% said they would go for issues of law and order and development.

ABP News –  AC Neilson Bihar opinion Poll 2015 (July 2015)
ABP Nielsen poll projected 112 seats for BJP Alliance (BJP, LJP, RLSP), 129 for JDU+ (JDU, RJD, INC) and 2 for others. The opinion poll was conducted by ABP News-Nielsen in July month.

 Bihar Assembly Election 2010 Results

A. C. NO. Assembly Constituency Name Winner Candidates Name Party Runner-up Candidates Name Party
1 Valmiki Nagar Rajesh Singh JD(U) Mukesh Kumar Kushwaha RJD
2 Ramnagar Bhagirathi Devi BJP Naresh Ram INC
3 Narkatiaganj Satish Chandra Dubey BJP Alok Prasad Verma INC
4 Bagaha Prabhat Ranjan Singh JD(U) Ram Prasad Yadav RJD
5 Lauriya Vinay Bihari IND Pradeep Singh JD(U)
6 Nautan Manorma Prasad JD(U) Narayan Prasad LJP
7 Chanpatia Chandra Mohan Rai BJP Ejaj Hussain BSP
8 Bettiah Renu Devi BJP Anil Kumar Jha IND
9 Sikta Dilip Varma IND Khurshid Urf Firoj Ahamad JD(U)
10 Raxaul Dr. Ajay Kumar Singh BJP Raj Nandan Rai LJP
11 Sugauli Ramchandra Sahani BJP Vijay Prasad Gupta RJD
12 Narkatia Shyam Bihari Prasad JD(U) Yasmin Sabir Ali LJP
13 Harsidhi Krishana Nandan Paswan BJP Surendra Kumar Chandra Alias Satish Paswan RJD
14 Govindganj Meena Dwivedi JD(U) Raju Tiwari LJP
15 Kesariya Sachindra Pd. Singh BJP Ram Saran Pd. Yadav CPI
16 Kalyanpur Razia Khatoon JD(U) Manoj Kumar Yadav RJD
17 Pipra Awadhesh Prasad Kushwaha JD(U) Subhodh Yadav RJD
18 Madhuban Shivjee Rai JD(U) Rana Randhir RJD
19 Motihari Pramod Kumar BJP Rajesh Gupta Alias Bablu Gupta RJD
20 Chiraia Avaneesh Kumar Singh BJP Laxmi Narayan Pr. Yadav RJD
21 Dhaka Pawan Kumar Jaiswal IND Faisal Rahman JD(U)
22 Sheohar Sharfuddin JD(U) Pratima Devi BSP
23 Riga Motilal Prasad BJP Amit Kumar INC
24 Bathnaha Dinkar Ram BJP Lalita Devi LJP
25 Parihar Ram Naresh Pr. Yadav. BJP Dr. Ramchandra Purve RJD
26 Sursand Shahidali Khan JD(U) Jainandan Prasad Yadav RJD
27 Bajpatti Ranju Geeta JD(U) Md. Anwarul Haque RJD
28 Sitamarhi Sunil Kumaralias Pintu BJP Raghwendra Kumar Singh LJP
29 Runisaidpur Guddi Devi JD(U) Ram Shatrughan Rai RJD
30 Belsand Sunita Singh JD(U) Sanjay Kumar Gupta RJD
31 Harlakhi Shaligramyadav JD(U) Ram Naresh Pandey CPI
32 Benipatti Vinod Narain Jha BJP Mahesh Chandra Singh LJP
33 Khajauli Arun Shankar Prasad BJP Sitaram Yadav RJD
34 Babubarhi Uma Kantyadav RJD Kapildeb Kamat JD(U)
35 Bisfi Dr. Faiyaj Ahmad RJD Hari Bhushan Thakur JD(U)
36 Madhubani Ram Deo Mahto BJP Naiyar Azam RJD
37 Rajnagar Ram Lakhan Ram Raman RJD Ramprit Paswan BJP
38 Jhanjharpur Nitish Mishra JD(U) Jagat Narayan Singh RJD
39 Phulparas Guljar Devi JD(U) Virendra Kumar Chaudhary RJD
40 Laukaha Hari Prasad Sah JD(U) Chitaranjan Prasad Yadav RJD
41 Nirmali Aniruddha Prasadyadav JD(U) Vijay Kumar Gupta INC
42 Pipra Sujata Devi JD(U) Dinbandhu Yadav LJP
43 Supaul Bijendra Prasadyadav JD(U) Ravindra Kumar Raman RJD
44 Tribeniganj Amla Devi JD(U) Anant Kumar Bharti LJP
45 Chhatapur Neeraj Kumar Singh JD(U) Akeel Ahmad RJD
46 Narpatganj Devanti Yadav BJP Anil Kumar Yadav RJD
47 Raniganj Parmanand Rishideo BJP Shanti Devi RJD
48 Forbesganj Padam Parag Roy (Venu) BJP Maya Nand Thakur LJP
49 Araria Zakir Hussain Khan LJP Narayan Kumar Jha BJP
50 Jokihat Sarfrazalam JD(U) Koshar Zia IND
51 Sikti Anandi Prasadyadav BJP Vijay Kumar Mandal LJP
52 Bahadurganj Mohammadtousif Alam INC Mohammad Maswar Alam JD(U)
53 Thakurganj Naushadalam LJP Gopal Kumar Agarwal JD(U)
54 Kishanganj Dr Mohammad Jawaid INC Sweety Singh BJP
55 Kochadhaman Akhatarul Iman RJD Mujahid Alam JD(U)
56 Amour Saba Zafar BJP Abdul Jalil Mastan INC
57 Baisi Santosh Kumar BJP Nasar Ahamad INC
58 Kasba Md.Afaque Alam INC Pradip Kumar Das BJP
59 Banmankhi Krishna Kumar Rishi BJP Dharmlal Rishi RJD
60 Rupauli Bima Bharti JD(U) Shankar Singh LJP
61 Dhamdaha Leshi Singh JD(U) Irshad Ahmad Khan INC
62 Purnia Raj Kishore Keshari BJP Ram Charitra Yadav INC
By Polls in 2011 Purnia Kiran Devi BJP R C Yadav INC
63 Katihar Tar Kishore Prasad BJP Dr. Ram Prakash Mahto RJD
64 Kadwa Bhola Ray BJP Himraj Singh NCP
65 Balrampur Dulal Chandra Goshwami IND Mahboob Alam CPI(ML)(L)
66 Pranpur Binod Kumar Singh BJP Israt Parween NCP
67 Manihari Manohar Prasad Singh JD(U) Gita Kisku NCP
68 Barari Bibhasha Chandra Choudhary BJP Mohammed Shakoor NCP
69 Korha Mahesh Paswan BJP Sunita Devi INC
70 Alamnagar Narendra N.Yadav JD(U) Lovely Anand INC
71 Bihariganj Renu Kumari JD(U) Prabhash Kumar RJD
72 Singheshwar Ramesh Rishidev JD(U) Amit Kumar Bharti RJD
73 Madhepura Chandrashekhar RJD Dr. Ramendra Kumar Yadav Ravi JD(U)
74 Sonbarsa Ratnesh Sada JD(U) Sarita Devi LJP
75 Saharsa Alok Ranjan BJP Arun Kumar RJD
76 Simri Bakhtiarpur Drarun Kumar JD(U) Choudhry Mehboob Ali Kaisar INC
77 Mahishi Drabdul Gafoor RJD Raj Kumar Sah JD(U)
78 Kusheshwarasthan Shashi Bhushan Hajari BJP Ramchandra Paswan LJP
79 Gora Bauram Dr. Izhar Ahmad JD(U) Dr. Mahavir Prasad RJD
80 Benipur Gopal Jee Thakur BJP Hare Krishna Yadav RJD
81 Alinagar Abdul Bari Siddiqui RJD Prabhakar Choudhary JD(U)
82 Darbhanga Rural Lalit Kumaryadav RJD Ashraf Hussain JD(U)
83 Darbhanga Sanjay Saraogi BJP Sultan Ahmad RJD
84 Hayaghat Amar Nath Gami BJP Dr. Shahnawaz Ahmad Kaifee LJP
85 Bahadurpur Madan Sahni JD(U) Harinandan Yadav RJD
86 Keoti Ashok Kumaryadav BJP Faraz Fatmi RJD
87 Jale Vijay Kumar Mishra BJP Ramniwas Pd. RJD
88 Gaighat Veena Devi BJP Maheshwar Prasad Yadav RJD
89 Aurai Ram Surat Rai BJP Surendra Kumar RJD
90 Minapur Dinesh Prasad JD(U) Rajeev Kumar Urph Munna Yadav RJD
91 Bochaha Ramai Ram JD(U) Musafir Paswan RJD
92 Sakra Suresh Chanchal JD(U) Lal Babu Ram RJD
93 Kurhani Manoj Kumar Singh JD(U) Bijendra Chaudhary LJP
94 Muzaffarpur Suresh Kumar Sharma BJP Mohhammad Jamal LJP
95 Kanti Ajit Kumar JD(U) Md. Israil RJD
96 Baruraj Brij Kishor Singh RJD Nand Kumar Rai JD(U)
97 Paroo Ashok Kumar Singh BJP Mithilesh Prasad Yadav RJD
98 Sahebganj Raju Kumar Singh JD(U) Ram Vichar Ray RJD
99 Baikunthpur Manjeet Kumar Singh JD(U) Devdatt Prasad RJD
100 Barauli Ram Pravesh Rai BJP M.Nematullah RJD
101 Gopalganj Subas Singh BJP Reyazul Haque RJD
102 Kuchaikote Amrendra Kumar Pandey JD(U) Aditya Narain Pandey RJD
103 Bhore Idradeo Majhi BJP Bachchan Das RJD
104 Hathua Ram Sewak Singh JD(U) Rajesh Kumar Singh RJD
105 Siwan Vyasdeo Prasad BJP Awadhvihari Chaudhry RJD
106 Ziradei Asha Devi BJP Amarjeet Kushwaha CPI(ML)(L)
107 Darauli Ramayan Manjhi BJP Satyadeo Ram CPI(ML)(L)
108 Raghunathpur Vikram Kunwar BJP Amar Nath Yadav CPI(ML)(L)
109 Daraundha Jagmato Devi JD(U) Binod Kumar Singh RJD
110 Barharia Shyam Bahadur Singh JD(U) Mahamad Mobin RJD
111 Goriyakothi Bhumendra Narayan Singh BJP Indradeo Prasad RJD
112 Maharajganj Damodar Singh JD(U) Manik Chand Rai RJD
113 Ekma Manoranjan Singh JD(U) Kameshwar Kr. Singh RJD
114 Manjhi Gautam Singh JD(U) Hem Narayan Singh RJD
115 Baniapur Kedar Nath Singh RJD Virendra Kumar Ojha JD(U)
116 Taraiya Janak Singh BJP Tarkeshwar Singh INC
117 Marhaura Jitendra Kumar Rai RJD Lal Babu Ray JD(U)
118 Chapra Janardan Singh Sigriwal BJP Pramendra Ranjan Singh RJD
119 Garkha Gyan Chand Manjhi BJP Muneshwar Chaudhary RJD
120 Amnour Krishana Kumar JD(U) Sunil Kumar IND
121 Parsa Chhotelal Rai JD(U) Chandrika Rai RJD
122 Sonepur Vinay Kumar Singh BJP Rabri Devi RJD
123 Hajipur Nityanand Roy BJP Rajendra Rai LJP
124 Lalganj Annu Shukla JD(U) Raj Kumar Sah IND
125 Vaishali Brishin Patel JD(U) Veena Shahi RJD
126 Mahua Ravindra Ray JD(U) Jageshwar Ray RJD
127 Raja Pakar Sanjay Kumar JD(U) Gaurishankar Paswan LJP
128 Raghopur Satish Kumar JD(U) Rabri Devi RJD
129 Manhar Dr. Achyuatanand BJP Rama Kishor Singh LJP
130 Patepur Mahendra Baitha BJP Prema Chaudhary RJD
131 Kalyanpur Ramsewak Hazari JD(U) Bishwnath Paswan LJP
By Polls in 2013 Kalyanpur Manju Kumari JD(U) Rekha Devi LJP
132 Warisnagar Ashok Kumar JD(U) Gajendra Prasad Singh RJD
133 Samastipur Akhtarul Islam Sahin RJD Ramnath Thakur JD(U)
134 Ujiarpur Durga Prasad Singh RJD Ram Lakhan Mahto JD(U)
135 Morwa Baidhnath Sahani JD(U) Ashok Singh RJD
136 Sarairanjan Vijay Kumar Chaudhary JD(U) Ramashraya Sahni RJD
137 Mohiuddinnagar Rana Gangeshwar Singh BJP Ajay Kumar Bulganin RJD
138 Bibhutpur Ram Balak Singh JD(U) Ramdeo Verma CPM
139 Rosera Manju Hajari BJP Pitamber Paswan RJD
140 Hasanpur Raj Kumar Ray JD(U) Sunil Kumar Puspam RJD
141 Cheria Bariarpur Kumari Manju Verma JD(U) Anil Kumar Chaudhary LJP
142 Bachwara Abdhesh Kumar Rai CPI ArvINDKumar Singh IND
143 Teghra Lalan Ku. BJP Ram Ratan Singh CPI
144 Matihani Narendra Kumar Singh Urf Bogo Singh JD(U) Abhay Kumar Sarjan INC
145 Sahebpur Kamal Parveenamanullah JD(U) Shreenarayan Yadav RJD
146 Begusarai Surendra Mehta BJP Upendra Prasad Singh LJP
147 Bakhri Ramanand Ram BJP Ram Binod Paswan LJP
148 Alauli Ram Chandra Sada JD(U) Pashupati Kumar Paras LJP
149 Khagaria Poonam Devi Yadav JD(U) Sushila Devi LJP
150 Beldaur Pannalal Singh (Patel) JD(U) Sunita Sharma LJP
151 Parbatta Samrat Choudhary Alias Rakesh Kumar RJD Ramanand Prasad Singh JD(U)
152 Bihpur Shailendra Kumar BJP Shailesh Kumar @ Bulo Mandal RJD
153 Gopalpur Narendra Kumar Niraj JD(U) Amit Rana RJD
154 Pirpainti Aman Kumar BJP Ram Vilash Paswan RJD
155 Kahalgaon Sadanand Singh INC Kahkashan Perween JD(U)
156 Bhagalpur Ashwini Kumar Choubey BJP Ajeet Sharma INC
157 Sultanganj Subodh Rai JD(U) Ramavatar Mandal RJD
158 Nathnagar Ajai Kumar Mandal JD(U) Abu Kaishar RJD
159 Amarpur Janardan Manjhi JD(U) Surendra Prasad Singh RJD
160 Dhuraiya Manish Kumar JD(U) Naresh Das RJD
161 Banka Javed Iqbalansari RJD Ram Narayan Mandal BJP
162 Katoria Sonelal Hembram BJP Suklal Besara RJD
163 Belhar Giridhariyadav JD(U) Ramdeo Yadav RJD
164 Tarapur Neeta Choudhary JD(U) Shakuni Choudhary RJD
165 Munger Anant Kumar Satyarthy JD(U) Shabnam Perwin RJD
166 Jamalpur Shailesh Kumar JD(U) Sadhana Devi LJP
167 Surajgarha Prem Ranjan Patel BJP Prahlad Yadav RJD
168 Lakhisarai Vijay Kumar Sinha BJP Fulaina Singh RJD
169 Sheikhpura Randhir Kumar Soni JD(U) Sunila Devi INC
170 Barbigha Gajanand Shahi JD(U) Ashok Choudhary INC
171 Asthawan Jitendra Kumar JD(U) Kapildev Prasad Singh LJP
172 Biharsharif Dr. Sunil Kumar JD(U) Aafrin Sultana RJD
173 Rajgir Satyadeo Narainarya BJP Dhananjay Kumar LJP
174 Islampur Rajib Ranjan JD(U) Virendra Gop RJD
175 Hilsa Usha Sinha JD(U) Rina Devi LJP
176 Nalanda Shrawon Kumar JD(U) Arun Kumar RJD
177 Harnaut Harinarayan Singh JD(U) Arun Kumar RJD
178 Mokama Anant Kumar Singh JD(U) Sonam Devi LJP
179 Barh Gyanendra Kumar Singh JD(U) Vijay Krishna RJD
180 Bakhtiarpur Aniruddh Kumar RJD Vinode Yadav BJP
181 Digha Punam Devi JD(U) Satya Nand Sharma LJP
182 Bankipur Nitin Nabin BJP Binod Kumar Srivastava RJD
183 Kumhrarh Arun Kumar Sinha BJP Md. Kamal Parwez LJP
184 Patna Sahib Nand Kishoreyadav BJP Parvej Ahmad INC
185 Fatwa Dr. Ramanand Yadav RJD Ajay Kumar Singh JD(U)
186 Danapur Asha Devi BJP Rit Lal Ray IND
187 Maner Bhai Virendra RJD Srikant Nirala JD(U)
188 Phulwari Shyam Rajak JD(U) Uday Kumar RJD
189 Masaurhi Arun Manjhi JD(U) Anil Kumar LJP
190 Paliganj Dr. Usha Vidyarthi BJP Jai Vardhan Yadav RJD
191 Bikram Anil Kumar BJP Siddharth LJP
192 Sandesh Sanjay Singh (Tiger) BJP Arun Kumar IND
193 Barhara Raghwendra Pratap Singh RJD Asha Devi JD(U)
194 Arrah Amrendra Pratap Singh BJP Shree Kumar Singh LJP
195 Agiaon Shivesh Kumar BJP Suresh Paswan RJD
196 Tarari Narendra Kumar Pandeyalias Sunil Pandey JD(U) Adib Rizvi RJD
197 Jagdishpur Dinesh Kumar Singh RJD Sribhagwan Singh Kushwaha JD(U)
198 Shahpur Munni Devi BJP Dharmpal Singh RJD
199 Barhampur Dilmarni Devi BJP Ajit Chaudhary RJD
200 Buxar Prof. Sukhada Pande BJP Shyam Lal Singh Kushwaha RJD
201 Dumraon Dr. Daud Ali JD(U) Sunil Kumar RJD
202 Rajpur Santosh Kumar Nirala JD(U) Chhedi Lal Ram LJP
203 Ramgarh Ambika Singh RJD Ashok Kumar Singh IND
204 Mohania Chhedi Paswan JD(U) Niranjan Ram RJD
205 Bhabua Dr. Pramod Kumar Singh LJP Anand Bhushan Pandey BJP
206 Chainpur Brij Kishor Vind BJP Dr. Ajay Alok BSP
207 Chenari Shyam Bihari Ram JD(U) Lalan Pasawan RJD
208 Sasaram Jawahar Prasad BJP Dr. Ashok Kumar RJD
209 Kargahar Ram Dhani Singh JD(U) Shiv Shankar Singh LJP
210 Dinara Jay Kumar Singh JD(U) Sita Sundari Devi RJD
211 Nokha Rameshwar Prasad BJP Kanti Singh RJD
212 Dehri Jyoti Rashmi ND Mohammad Iliyas Husain RJD
213 Karakat Rajeshwar Raj JD(U) Munna Rai RJD
214 Arwal Chitranjan Kumar BJP Mahanand Prasad CPI(ML)(L)
215 Kurtha Satyadev Singh JD(U) Shiv Bachan Yadav RJD
216 Jahanabad Abhiram Sharma JD(U) Sachchita Nand Yadav RJD
217 Ghosi Rahul Kumar JD(U) Jagdish Prasad LJP
218 Makhdumpur Jitan Ram Manjhi JD(U) Dharmraj Paswan RJD
219 Goh Dr. Ranvijay Kumar JD(U) Ram Ayodhya Prasad Yadav RJD
220 Obra Somprakash Singh ND Pramod Singh Chadravanshi JD(U)
221 Nabinagar Virendra Kumar Singh JD(U) Vijay Kumar Singh LJP
222 Kutumba Lalan Ram JD(U) Suresh Paswan RJD
223 Aurangabad Ramadhar Singh BJP Sunil Kumar Singh RJD
224 Rafiganj Ashok Kumar Singh JD(U) Mohammad Nehaluddin RJD
225 Gurua Surendra Prasad Sinha BJP Bindeshwari Prasad Yadav RJD
226 Sherghati Vinod Prasad Yadav JD(U) Sushama Devi IND
227 Imamganj Uday Narain Choudhary JD(U) Raushan Kumar RJD
228 Barachatti Jyoti Devi JD(U) Samta Devi RJD
229 Bodh Gaya Shyam Deo Paswan BJP Kumar Sarvjeet LJP
230 Gaya Town Prem Kumar BJP Jalal Uddin Ansari CPI
231 Tikari Dr. Anil Kumar JD(U) Bagi Kumar Verma RJD
232 Belaganj Surendra Prasadyadav RJD Mohammad Amzad JD(U)
233 Atri Krishna Nandan Yadav JD(U) Kunti Devi RJD
234 Wazirganj Virendra Singh BJP Awadhesh Kumar Singh INC
235 Rajauli Kanhaiya Kumar BJP Prakash Bir RJD
236 Hisua Anil Singh BJP Anil Mehta LJP
237 Nawada Purnimayadav JD(U) Rajballabh Prasad RJD
238 Gobindpur Kaushalyadav JD(U) Prof. K. B. Prasad LJP
239 Warsaliganj Pradip Kumar JD(U) Aruna Devi INC
240 Sikandra Rameshwar Paswan JD(U) Subhash Chandra Bosh LJP
241 Jamui Ajay Pratap JD(U) Vijay Prakash RJD
242 Jhajha Damodar Rawat JD(U) Binod Prasad Yadav RJD
243 Chakai Sumit Kumar Singh JMM Bijay Kumar Singh LJP
Updated: 5th November 2015 — 4:16 pm

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  1. arvind kejriwal gobind ran kejriwal ke kya hall hai? phir se delhi ki politics me wapas aa gaye.

  2. Pdp will win dvsar contiuency seat in loksabha election 2014

  3. Kejriwal is an honest man and can bring in good change in Delhi.

  4. kejriwal is a mentally retarded person. He is an IAS officer but has done no good to the system. Can someone ask him what he did for the country. Taking shelter of Anna Hazare he is doing for his own benefit and not for the benefit of common man. In fact there are only few politicians who work for common man but the case of kejriwal is totally differrent. He got 29 seats in Delhi last year for his stand against the congress. But he took support of congress to form govt and after 49 days himself stepped down for reasons best known to him. He now says “I am sorry”. But please think because of his one act Crores of rupees are now being spent on elections. His main grievance was congress then why he went to fight against Modi in Varanasi. Instead he should have focussed to get into parliament by winning an election so that he can raise his voice in Parliament. In fact if has fought the last elections against congress then he should have talked to BJP either to extend his support to them or take their support to form Govt in Delhi last year itself. So I appeal to all to vote for Kejriwal (Aam Admi Party)as I am certainly sure that he will take Delhi to dogs if he becomes the Chief Minister.

  5. kejariwal is a honest person and his thinking is good keajariwall become chief minister of delhi kejariwall bring good change in delhi & he will also produce a good governance as well.

    While we discussed about 49 days ruling of such party, fabulous works done by AAP, and same thing public in future.

  6. अरविंद केजरीवाल वाहियात व्यक्ति है जो इलज़ाम लगा कर भाग जाता है अरब देशों से फोर्ड फाउंडेशन से चंदा खाता है और देश में अराजकता फैलाता है ।
    भगोड़ा देश में कांग्रेस का छुपा हुआ दलाल है जो कांग्रेस के छुपे अजेंडे को आगे बढ़ाने में कांग्रेस को सहयोग कर रहा है जब तक भगोड़े जैसे व्यक्ति भारत में हैं तब तब देश को किसी भी बाहरी दुश्मन की आवश्यकता नहीं है ।
    #वोट एंड सपोर्ट बीजेपी ।

  7. Mr. Kejariwal is good person, good worker with great idea. There is just a leader ship problem or management problem, he has to think about response to take any step.. And leadership and management will come with experience. So lets watch, how he will increase his skills.

  8. Kejariwal will be the Chief Minister of Delhi,he will also produce a good governance.

  9. kejariwal is the fak person jo aadmi election jeet ne ke 15 days ke baad congrees ke pass jata hai voh aadmi aab kya karega voh delhi ki janta ko free WI-FI dega kya. kya kejariwal ko WI-FI ka matlab malum hai he is a mentally retired person [DELHI KI JANTA KO MEY EK BAAT KAHNA CHATA HU KI AAP SAB LOGO NI B.J.P. SARKAR EK SEVAK KI TARAH KAM KARTI HAI TOH AAP SAB LOG B.J.P. KO SUPPORT KARE] “BHARAT MATA KI JAI”

  10. vinod kumar (mount shivalik breweries)

    congruculation ARVIND JI. app se janta ko bohut umide h. BEST OF LUCK

  11. he is joker. not a politician. if he know how to role the government he should not fight with LG. and also he should not give self certificate to showing finger to other. he such a incapable where he not continued his own carrier(Ias). who do we expect from his the CM job. just he fouling the people of Delhi

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