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Full coverage of J&K, Jharkhand Assembly Result 2014

Election officials counting votes for the Assembly elections in Ranchi on Tuesday.

Election officials counting votes for the Assembly elections in Ranchi and Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday.

>> Paswan credits PM Modi for BJP’s success in Jharkhand, JK


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>> Maharashtra BJP workers celebrate Jharkhand, J&K poll results


>> Over 270 independents lose in J-K elections


Jharkhand Assembly Result 2014

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Over 47,000 voters opt for NOTA in J-K Assembly elections


>> PDP the largest party in J&K in highly-fragmented poll verdict

PDP today emerged as the single largest party closely followed by BJP in second spot in Jammu and Kashmir assembly polls, in a highly fragmented mandate that threw open various options of government-formation….

 

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9 govts, three spells of Prez rule in Jharkhand in 14 years


Modi wave diminishing, will not be a factor in Delhi poll, said by AAP


President of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Mehbooba Mufti along with winning candidate Haseeb Drabu(L) and MP Tariq hameed karra(R) addressing a Press Conference after her party’s win in assembly elections,at her residence in SrinagarMehbooba Mufti addressing a press conference


>> Jharkhand Drinking and Sanitation Minister Jai Prakash Bhai Patel defeats BJP’s Kumar Mahesh Singh by over 7,000 votes from Mandu seat.


>> Former minister and JMM’s Joba Manjhi wins the Manoharpur (ST) seat defeating her nearest rival BJP’s Gurucharan Naik by over 17,000 votes.


>> From Chakradharpur (ST), JMM’s Shashibhusan Samad defeats BJP’s Navami Oraon by over 26,000 votes.


>> Disaster Management Minister and Congress nominee Mannan Malick has lost to BJP’s Raj Sinha by over 52,000 votes from the Dhanbad constituency.


>> PM congratulates BJP workers in J&K and Jharkhand; says assembly poll results outcome of their hardwork & selfless dedication


>> Jharkhand Finance Minister Rajendra Prasad Singh (Congress) lost to his nearest rival BJP’s Yogeshwar Mahato by 12,613 votes from Bermo constituency.


>> Water Resources Minister Annapurna Devi (RJD) lost to BJP’s Neera Yadav by over 13,000 votes from Kodarma seat.


>> Building Construction Minister Haji Hussain Ansari (JMM) lost to BJP’s Raj Paliwar by over 6,000 votes from Madhupur constituency.


>> Tourism Minister Suresh Paswan (RJD) lost to BJP’s Narayan Das by over 45,000 votes from Deogarh (SC) seat.


>> Open to alliance with PDP, National Conference: BJP

With BJP emerging as potential kingmaker in Jammu and Kashmir, party chief Amit Shah today did not rule out joining hands with either PDP or National Conference…


>>In a first, Muslim candidate wins on BJP ticket in J&K

First time in the political history of Jammu and Kashmir, a Muslim candidate has won the elections on a BJP ticket by triumphing over a Hindu contestant of National Conference…


>> Sensex falls 195 pts, Nifty below 8,300-mark on poll outcome

The Sensex fell over 195 points to 27,506.46 and Nifty dipped below 8,300-level as participants indulged in profit-booking amidst poll trends suggesting a hung assembly in J&K and the BJP….


JMM candidate Deepak Birua won the Chaibasa seat by defeating his nearest BJP rival Jyoti Bhramar Tubid of BJP by 34,715 votes.


Jai Bharat Samanta Party candidate Geeta Koda retained the Jagannathpur seat by defeating her nearest BJP rival Mangal Singh Suren by 24,611 votes.


Sita Murmu alias Sita Soren of JMM won the Jama seat beating her nearest BJP rival Suresh Murmu by 2,306 votes.


Congress candidate Alamgir Alam won the Pakur seat by defeating nearest JMM rival Akil Akhtar by 18,066 votes.


Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantrik) candidate Amar Kumar Bauri defeats sitting AJSU party MLA Uma Kant Rajak by about 34,000 votes from Chandankiyari (SC) seat.


POLL-JK-RESULTS

Dina Nath of BJP defeated his nearest rival Krishan Chander of Congress by a margin of 20,332 votes in Chenani Assembly of Udhampur district. Nath polled 33,047 votes, while Chander polled 12,715 votes.
    
Dr Gagan Bhagat of BJP won R S Pura seat by defeating Bushan Lal of PDP by a margin of 13,610 votes. Bhagat polled 25696 votes, while Bushan polled 12,086 votes.
    
Bali Bhagat of BJP defeated former Congress Minister and candidate Mula Ram by a margin of 32,143 votes in Raipur Domana Assembly seat. Bhagat polled 49,134 votes, while Ram polled 16,991 votes.
    
Sham Choudhary of BJP retained Suchetgarh Assembly seat by defeating Taranjeet Singh Tony of NC by a margin of 9,417 votes. Choudhary polled 19,971 votes, while Tony polled 10,554 votes and former Congress minister, R S Chib and former PDP MP T S Bajwa finished third and fourth with 9,684 votes and 8,578 votes respectively.
    
Rajesh Gupta of BJP defeated Congress candidate Vikram Malhotra by a margin of 12,694 votes in Jammu East constituency. Gupta polled 21,776 votes, while Malhotra polled 9082 votes.
    
Satpal Sharma of BJP defeated Surinder Singh Shingari of Congress by a margin of 50,629 votes in Jammu West constituency. Sharma polled 69,626 votes, while Shingari polled 18,996 votes.
    
Deputy Speaker in J&K Assembly and NC candidate Javed Ahmed Rana won Mendhar Assembly seat by defeating Mahroof Khan of PDP by a margin of 9,025 votes.
    
R S Pathania of BJP defeated former minister and two time MLA of JKNPP Harshdev Singh by a margin of 17,420 votes in Ramnagar Assembly of Udhampur district.
    
Choudhary Mohammad Akram of Congress defeated Mushtaq Ahmed Shah of NC in Surankote Assembly by a margin of 8,064 votes.
    
Pawan Kumar Gupta, an independent candidate from Udhampur seat defeated two time MLA of JKNPP Balwant Singh Mankotia by a margin of 14,650 votes.
    
PDP candidate Mohammad Zulfikar Ali defeated Choudhary Ali of NC by a margin of 5,068 votes in Darhal Assembly seat.
    
Ashwani Sharma of BJP lost to NC candidate Kamal Verma from Bishnah Assembly segment by a margin of 2,986 votes.


Jharkhand-RESULT

Jai Bharat Samanta Party candidate Geeta Koda retained the Jagannathpur seat by defeating her nearest BJP rival Mangal Singh Suren by 24,611 votes.
      
Sita Murmu alias Sita Soren of JMM won the Jama seat beating her nearest BJP rival Suresh Murmu by 2,306 votes.
      
Congress candidate Alamgir Alam won the Pakur seat by defeating nearest JMM rival Akil Akhtar by 18,066 votes.

BJP candidate Ramkumar Pahan won from Khijri (ST) seat, defeating Congress candidate Sundri Devi by over 64,000 votes.
     
JVM(P) candidate Naveen Jaiswal won the Hatia seat by defeating nearest BJP rival Seema Sharma by 8,000 votes.
     
Former Speaker and BJP’s sitting MLA C P Singh won from the Ranchi seat, defeating JMM’s Mahua Maji by over 58,000 votes.
    
In Kanke(SC), BJP’s Jitu Charan Ram beat Congress’ Suresh Baitha by over 59,000.


>> NC’s Davinder Singh Rana wins Nagrota Assembly seat


BJP Party workers celebrate after Jharkhand Assembly Election results declared , at state party office, Harmu in RanchiBJP Party workers celebrate after Jharkhand Assembly Election results


BJP Party workers celebrate after Jharkhand Assembly Election results declared , at state party office, Harmu in RanchiBJP Party workers celebrate after Jharkhand Assembly Election results


Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) supporters shouts party slogans the celebrations of party win in most seats of Srinagar,Outside Counting hall at SKICC in SrinagarPeoples Democratic Party (PDP) supporters celebrate

>> PDP emerging as largest party in a hung house, BJP second


Jharkhand-RESULT

Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantrik) candidate Ganesh Ganjhu won the Simaria seat defeating his nearest BJP rival Sujeet Kumar Bharati by 15,640 votes.
    
BJP candidate Raghu Nandan Mandal won the Godda seat defeating his nearest Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) rival Sanjay Prasad Yadav by 34,486 votes.


>> Congress Minister Vikar Rasool Wani defeated PDP candidate Bashir Ahmed Runiyal by a margin of 4,349 votes in Banihal Assembly segment of Ramban district. Wani polled 17,671 votes, while Runiyal polled 13,322 votes and Sajjad Shaheen of NC polled 13,002 votes, followed by Showkat Javed Daing of BJP with 9,874 votes.


>> Wani has retained the seat for second time. He had won the seat in 2008 elections by defeating Showkat Javed Daing as independent candidate by over 3,000 votes.


>> Congress has bagged this seat for the third time out of nine Assembly elections.


>> Wani is a minister in outgoing Omar Abdullah government.


>> Congress Minister and two time MLA Sham Lal Sharma lost to BJP candidate Rajiv Sharma by a margin of 9,380 votes in Akhnoor Assembly constituency of Jammu district. Sham Lal polled 32,521 votes, while Rajiv polled 41,901 votes.


>> Sham Lal won this seat in 2004 by-polls and 2008 Assembly elections and is a minister in Omar Abdullah government.


POLL-JK-RESULTS

>> Rajiv Jasrotia of BJP defeated Som Raj Majotra of BSP with a margin of 6,806 votes in Kathua Assembly constituency. Jasrotia polled 35,670 votes, while Majotra polled 28,864 votes and current MLA and independent candiate Charanjeet Singh finished third with 13,242 votes.


Following is the party position in Jammu and Kashmir Assembly polls at 1400 hrs:

Party   Won      Leading     Total
Bharatiya Janata Party                                 15 10  25
Indian National Congress                              9
11
J-K National Conference                                4  11
15
J-K PDP                                                  5
26
31
 J-K People Conference      0  1 0
J-K People Democratic Front (Secular)   0 1 1
Independent             1 2 3
Total                   27 60 87 

 

>> Rather’s defeat ends record 36-year stint in JK Assembly

Finance Minister Abdul Rahim Rather’s record run in Jammu and Kashmir Assembly ended today when he lost from Charar-e-Sharief while his National Conference colleague Ali Mohammad Sagar equalled his feat…


>> Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah wins Beerwah Assembly seat by a margin of over 1000 votes.


>> Rajiv Jasrotia of BJP defeated Som Raj Majotra of BSP with a margin of 6,806 votes in Kathua Assembly constituency.

Jasrotia polled 35,670 votes, while Majotra polled 28,864 votes and current MLA and independent candiate Charanjeet Singh finished third with 13,242 votes.


Jammu and kashmir Result

>> Jeewan Lal of BJP won Bani Assembly seat by defeating Ghulam Hyder Malik of National Conference by a margin of 4,412 votes. Lal polled 12,841 votes, while Malik polled 8,429 votes.
    
>> Meanwhile, BJP bagged the Hiranagar Assembly seat for the fifth time.
    
>> Kuldeep Raj of BJP defeated his nearest rival Girdhar Lal Chalotra of Indian National Congress by a margin of 39,284 votes. Raj polled 55,399 votes, while Chalotra polled 16,115 votes.
    
>> BJP retained Hiranagar constituency and bagged it for the fifth time in past eight Assembly polls.

>> BJP’s Durga Dass had won the seat in 2008 Assembly polls. BJP represented the seat in 1996, 1987, 1980 by-polls, while Congress bagged it in 1977, 1983 and 2002.


>> Ex-separatist leader Sajjad Gani Lone wins Handwara Assembly seat defeating National Conference candidate by over 4,800 votes.


>> BJP’s Neelam Langeh defeats nearest rival Chaman Lal of National Conference by a margin of 5,364 votes in Ramban constituency.


JK trends: (87/87): Congress 11 , BJP 25, NC 14, PDP 32, Others 1, Independence 3

Jharkhand trends: (81/81): Congress+ 6 , BJP+ 36, AJSU Party + 4, JMM 20, Others 13 , Independence 01


>> PDP leading in five seats in Baramulla

PDP has emerged as a dominant force in Baramulla district by getting an early lead in five Assembly seats while Congress and National Conference candidates were ahead in one seat each.


>> Congress candidates Nawanz Rigzin Jora and Deldan Namgiyal wins Leh and Nubra Assembly seats.


>> BJP’s Ravinder Raina defeats PDP’s Surender Choudhary in Nowshera seat of Jammu region by 9503 votes


>> Omar trailing in Beerwah seat by 131 votes.


>> Former Jharkhand chief minister Madhu Koda of Jai Bharat Samanta Party lost by 11,182 votes from Majhgaon(ST) seat to JMM’s Niral Purty.


>> Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah loses from Sonawar Assembly seat.


>> Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantrik) candidate Devendra Kunwar is leading by over 1,900 votes over his nearest BJP rival Abhaykant Prasad from Jarmundi.


>> In Daltonganj, BJP’s Manoj Kumar Singh is leading by 3,651 votes over his nearest Congress nominee and Rural Development Minister K N Tripathi after the 3rd round of counting.


>> Congress nominee Ajay Kumar Dubey (Congress) is leading by a narrow margin of 678 votes over his nearest BJP rival Ramchandra Chandravanshi from Bishrampur after the 3rd round.


>> From Panki seat, Independent candidate Kushwaha Shashi Bhusan Mehta has opened a lead 2,478 vote over Congress candidate Bidesh Singh after the 3rd round.


>> Bahujan Samaj Party’s Kushwaha Shiv Pujan Mehta is leading by over 600 votes over Kameshwar Kushwaha (BJP) in Hussainabad constituency after the third round counting.


>> Former chief minister and Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantrik) candidate Babulal Marandi is trailing behind CPI-ML (Liberation) Raj Kumar Yadav by 800 votes from Dhanwar after 6th round.


>> Marandi is also behind BJP’s Nirbhay Sahabadi from Giridih constituency by over 8,000 votes.


>> From Garhwa, BJP’s Satyendra Nath Tiwari is leading by 2,509 votes over his nearest RJD rival Girinath Singh.


>> In Bhawanathpur constituency, Navjawan Sangharsh Morcha candidate Bhanu Pratap Sahi is leading by 3,400 over his nearest BJP rival Anant Pratap Deo.


>> Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren is leading from Barhait but is trailing from Dumka as are many of his ministerial colleagues in their respective seats as per trends available of the Assembly election.


>> Soren is leading by over 10,500 votes from his nearest BJP rival Hemlal Murmu from Barhait seat but he is trailing by 8,300 votes from Dumka seat, where he is the sitting MLA, behind BJP candidate Lois Marandi.


>> Water Resources minister Annapurna Devi of RJD is trailing in her Koderma seat by over 6,000 votes. Neera Yadav, the BJP candidate is leading there.


>> So is Industry minister Champai Soren of JMM, who is trailing behind BJP rival Ganesh Mahali by over 3,000 votes from Seraikella.


>> Rural Works minister Lobin Hembrom also of JMM is trailing behind BJP rival Tala Maranid by over 4,000 votes from Boria seat.


>> HRD minister Geetashree Oraon of Congress, an erstwhile alliance partner, is trailing behind her JMM and BJP rival in Sisai.


>> Disaster Management minister Mannan Mallick of Congress is trailing behind BJP rival Raj Sinha over 15,000 votes from the Dhanbad seat.


>> Agriculture minister sBanna Gupta of Congress is trailing behind BJP Saryu Roy by over 21,000 votes from the Jamshedpur West seat.


>> Rural Development minister K N Tripathy of Congress is trailing behind BJP rival M K Singh by 3,000 votes from the Daltonganj seat.


>>  Among those who have bucked the trend is Finance Minister in the Soren ministry, Rajendra Prasad Singh of Congress, who is leading by over 5,700 from his Bermo seat.


>> Building Construction minister Haji Hussain Ansari of JMM is ahead of his nearest BJP rival Raj Paliwar by over 1,200 votes from the Madhupur seat.


>> Tourism minister Suresh Paswan of RJD is ahead of his nearest BJP rival Narayan Das by over 1,900 votes from the Deoghar seat.


>> Drinking Water and Sanitation minister Jaiprakash Bhai Patel of JMM is leading over 9,000 votes over his nearest BJP rival Kumar Mahesh Singh from the Mandu seat.


>> Jharkhand Assembly Speaker and JMM candidate Shashnak Sekhar Bhokta is trailing in Sarath seat behind his BJP and JVM(P) rivals.


>> JMM is fighting the polls alone this time, while Congress, RJD and JD(U) are in grand alliance.


>> NC leader Ali Mohammad Sagar leading by 1100 votes over his nearest rival in Khanyar constituency.


 

 


>>NC’s Davinder Rana wins Nagrota Assembly seat defeating BJP’s Nand Kishore by margin of 4048 votes.


>>Raja Manzoor Ahmed of PDP wins Karnah Assembly seat defeating sitting NC MLA Kafil-ul Rehman by 5775 votes.


>>BJP’s Kuldip Raj wins Hiranagar constituency in Jammu and Kashmir defeating Cong’s Girdhari Lal Chalotra.


>> PDP breaches NC’s stronghold in Srinagar


>> BJP forging ahead in Jharkhand BJP looks set to form the next government in Jharkhand where it was ahead in 36 seats, while the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha was leading in 22 seats


 


>> Jammu- Kashmir and Jharkhand Election results


>> Omar lone hope for NC in Budgam district


>> Deputy Chief Minister Tara Chand was behind BJP candidate Krishan Lal by a margin of 9,078 votes in Chhamb constituency of Jammu district. Lal polled 19,946 votes, while Tara Chand polled 10,868 votes after second round of counting.


>> Congress minister Sham Lal Sharma was leading over his BJP candidate Rajiv Sharma by a margin of 116 votes in Akhnoor constituency. Sham Lal Sharma polled 3,598 votes against Rajiv who polled 3,482 votes.


>> Congress minister Manohar Lal Sharma was trailing BJP candidate Nirmal Singh by 5,944 votes in Billawar constituency. Singh polled 12,030 votes against 6,076 votes polled by Sharma.


>> Congress minister Nawang Rigzin Jora was leading over BJP candidate Chering Dorje by 212 votes in Leh constituency. Jora polled 2,286 votes, while Dorje polled 1,589 votes.


>> Congress Minister Raman Bhalla was leading over his nearest rival of BJP candidate Kavinder Gupta by a margin of 1,749 votes in Gandhi Nagar constituency. Bhalla polled 9,343 votes, while Gupta polled 7,594 votes.


>> NC minister Ajay Kumar Sadhotra was trailing BJP candidate Sukhnandan Choudhary by a margin of 6,321 votes in Marh constituency. Choudhary polled 12,238 votes, while Sadhotra polled 5,917 votes.


>> NC minister Sajjad Ahmed Kitchloo, who polled 4,357 votes, was leading over his nearest rival Sunil Sharma of BJP by 1,787 votes, who polled 2,570 votes in Kishtwar constituency.


>> BJP leading in 16, PDP close behind in J-K in early trends BJP was leading in 16 seats while PDP was ahead in 15 in the early trends of counting of votes in Jammu and Kashmir where Chief Minister Omar Abdullah was ahead by a slender margin in Beerwah constituency but trailing by over 1,800 votes in Sonawar seat.


>> BJP leading on 13 seats in Jammu region


>> Daleep Singh Parihar of BJP is leading over his nearest rival Mehboob Iqbal of PDP by a margin of 1401 votes in Bhaderwah constituency.


>> Ashwani Kumar of BJP is leading over Kamal Verma of NC by a margin of 2148 votes in Bishnah constituency.


>> Kuldeep Raj Dubey of BJP leading over Minister and Congress candidate Aijaz Khan by a margin of 255 votes in Gool-Arnas.


>> Rajesh Gupta of BJP is leading over Vikram Malhotra of Congress by a margin of 1631 votes in Jammu East.


>> According to latest trends, Tara Chand was trailing behind Krishan Lal by a margin of 4797 votes in Chhamb constituency.


>> Another Congress candidate Manohar Lal Sharma was trailing behind BJP candidate Nirmal Singh by a margin of 1254 votes in Billawar constituency.


>> Surinder Choudhary of PDP is leading over BJP candidate Ravinder Raina by a margin of 2377 votes in Nowshera constituency.


>> Chander Prakash Ganga of BJP is leading over former Minister and NC candidate S S Slathia from Vijaypur constituency by a margin of 1989 votes.


>> Devinder Kumar Manyal of BJP is leading over former minister and JKNPP candidate Yashpal Kundal by a margin of 3369 votes in Samba constituency.


>> JKNPP candidate Balwant Singh Mankotia is leading over Independent candidate Pawan Gupta by a margin of 259 votes in Udhampur constituency.


>> Deputy Chief Minister and Congress candidate from Chhamb Tara Chand trailing behind Krishan Lal of BJP by a margin of 2110 votes.


>>Chief Minister Omar Abdullah trailing by over 1800 votes from PDP candidate Mohammad Ashraf Mir in Sonawar Assembly segment.


>> BJP leading in Jharkhand

BJP is emerging as a clear winner in Jharkhand, leading in 35 seats while JMM was ahead in 18 and Babulal Marandi’s JVM (P) and Congress in seven seats each.


2008 Result of Jammu and Kashmir (Total Seat- 87)

Bharatiya Janata Party 11
Communist Party of India (Marxist) 01
Congress 17
National Conference 28
Peoples Democratic Party 21
Peoples Conference 03
Independence 04
Others 02  

2009 Result of Jharkhand (Total Seat- 81)

Bahujan Samaj Party 18
BJP 18
Congress 13
AJSU Party 06
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha 18
Independence 07
others