Monday, December 30, 2019

Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi bluntly, Muslims need not worry about any law

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Union Minister for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi says that Muslims need not worry about any law as their social, religious and constitutional rights are protected. He also stressed on Sunday that the "fake" propaganda being run by some political parties over the amended Citizenship Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC) would be exposed and truth would prevail.

Naqvi has made a point of reassuring the Muslim community at a time when there are protests against CAA and NRC in many parts of the country and many political parties and groups are alleging that the CAA is "anti-Muslim". The Union minister said to the "PTI-language", "Muslims in India are not living under compulsion, but living with their commitment." Their social, religious and constitutional rights are fully protected. "He also said," Tolerance and harmony are embedded in the DNA of India and Indians. "

Naqvi said, "How can the Prime Minister who has given a house to the poor and has provided lights to their homes make the poor homeless?" The Muslim community in 2019 not only because of CAA, NRC and NPR, but three The anti-divorce law found itself at the center of the discussion. However, this year, many works and schemes of the Ministry of Minority Affairs were also discussed.

In the year 2019, the Ministry took several steps for the welfare of minorities. Pre-matric scholarships were given to 80 lakh students and skill development training to over 1.25 lakh youth. On the occasion of the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the Ministry of Minority Affairs gave separate “Begum Hazrat Mahal Scholarship” to 3 lakh poor, needy girls.

As part of the program to link madrasas to mainstream education, more than 750 madrasa teachers from various states were trained in mainstream education by the Ministry of Minority Affairs, including a large number of women teachers. The Ministry has decided to organize more than 100 'Hunar Haats' in the next 5 years through which employment opportunities will be provided to artisans, craftsmen, traditional cooks of minority communities.

In the first 6 months of Modi Sarkar-2, 100 Common Service Centers have been sanctioned across the country under the 'Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Program' which will act as a single-window support center for the needy. In these centers, common people will be informed about various public welfare schemes of the central-state government. India has become the first country in the entire world where Haj 2020 is going through 100 percent digital process.

Weather update: cold winter in Delhi, severe cold in north India including UP-Bihar, know where the weather will be

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The harsh cold continues in North India. In the plains of North India, including Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Bihar and Rajasthan, winter is showing its monstrous form every day. The harsh winter on Monday in many states, including Delhi, Rajasthan, devastated people. After 1901, Monday was the coldest day in Delhi. Even today, there is no hope of getting relief from the cold, because there has been a cold wind at night, due to which the shiver and chill have increased. At present, the temperature in Delhi was recorded at 4 ° C on Tuesday morning. So let's know the weather conditions of all the states ...

According to the Meteorological Department, the minimum temperature in Jaipur of Rajasthan reached one degree Celsius, while the maximum day temperature in Delhi was recorded at an all-time low of 9.4 degree Celsius after 1901. Normal life has been badly affected in Delhi due to heavy fog and deep layer of mist on Monday. Srinagar in Kashmir in the northern states recorded a minimum temperature of minus 6.5 degrees Celsius while Jammu on Sunday recorded the lowest night temperature (2.4 degree Celsius) in the past decade. The state of water logging has arisen in the state's famous Dal Lake.

The Meteorological Department had predicted a slight relief from the winter after the sunshine in the day in Delhi and surrounding areas on Monday, but due to the increase in the speed of the western cold winds in the last 24 hours on Monday The tremendous fog sheet which prevailed till midday in Delhi and northern areas increased the havoc of winter.

According to the department, the temperature recorded at most places in Delhi, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh at 2.30 pm on Monday and in some places of Punjab, East and West Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Eastern Uttar Pradesh.

Visibility: These cities, including the states of UP, Haryana and Punjab, had a similar visibility at 5.30 am today. 25 meters in Bahraich, Lucknow and Gorakhpur, 50 meters in Patiala, Churu, Jaisalmer, Jhansi, Sultanpur, Varanasi, Patna, Gaya and Purnia, 200 meters in Amritsar, Ambala, Chandigarh, Ganganagar, Bikaner, Bareilly and Satna.

48 Hour Forecast:
According to the forecast for the next 48 hours released by the department, cold wave outbreaks will continue in some areas of Rajasthan. Whereas, in most areas of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, 'Cold Day' conditions will be maintained on Tuesday and Wednesday due to the drop in day temperature. Dense fog has also been predicted in these areas in the morning. Whereas, scattered rains are also expected in some areas of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Vidarbha and East Rajasthan with stormy winds on Tuesday.

Winter will still continue:
Dr. Kuldeep Srivastava, Head of North Regional Forecasting Unit of Meteorological Department said that in view of the change in wind trend in the next 48 hours in the northern areas from January 1, with the possibility of no change in the current state of winter for the next 24 hours Moderate relief is expected in winter.

This is the reason for the cold
The department has attributed the decrease in intensity of the Western Disturbance, which weakens the trend of cold winds, as a reason for record breaking winter in the northern states. Dr. Srivastava said that due to the absence of western disturbance for the last ten days, the cold winds turned the offensive towards the northern states. Due to this, the winter of December in Delhi and surrounding areas broke the record of a hundred years. It is noteworthy that Western disturbance is activated once in the first two weeks of December and on December 30 after 21 December. Outbreak of cold has increased due to increase in its interval.

Coldest night of 10 years in Jammu, cold conditions continue in Srinagar
Cold wave continued in Jammu and Kashmir on Monday as well. The winter capital Jammu recorded the coldest night so far in 10 years. Srinagar also recorded mercury minus 6.5 degrees Celsius. The Meteorological Department said that Jammu recorded the coldest night of this season in the last decade. The mercury dropped to 2.4 degrees Celsius here. The department said that the coldest night in the city was recorded on December 28, 1998 when the mercury was 0.9 degrees Celsius. This was followed by a cold on 31 December 2007 when the temperature was recorded at 2.3 degrees Celsius.

While the cold is continuously breaking its own record in Srinagar, where the city recorded the coldest night so far last night, on Monday, the minimum temperature was minus 6.5 degrees Celsius. Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department has forecast rain and snowfall in the first week of the new year.

Cold wave in most parts of Madhya Pradesh
Cold wave raged in most parts of Madhya Pradesh and dense fog enveloped the northern part and some other areas. According to the Meteorological Department, on the last day of this year, on December 31, out of 52 districts of the state, 29 districts may receive light to moderate rain at some places. GD Mishra, senior meteorologist at the Bhopal Center of India Meteorological Department, said that the lowest minimum temperatures in Madhya Pradesh were recorded at 2 degrees Celsius Monday in Gwalior, Umaria and Datia. He said that the maximum temperature in Gwalior was 8 degrees Celsius. He said that dense fog enveloped Satna, Rewa, Damoh, Datia, Shahdol, Sagar and Gwalior districts. Mishra told that Umaria,

Fans were shocked to see these latest photos of Monalisa always seen in hot avatar

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Monalisa is very active on social media and keeps sharing her many photos and videos. Monalisa must have seen you in hot and glamorous avatar most of the time, but now you will be shocked to see what she has shared her latest photo. Actually, Monalisa has shared some photos from her show Nazar. In these photos, Monalisa is seen in a simple sari. Along with that, she has not done much makeup. She looks absolutely simple. Fans are also shocked to see this avatar of Monalisa. Sharing these photos, Monalisa wrote, 'Meet ... Barkha Kumari's #Najar # Soon..2019's Last Shoot Day. Ready for rocking in 2020. '

There was a tremendous dance on the song 'Mukabla' ...

Monalisa has also shared a dance video of hers earlier. In this video, Monalisa, Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor are dancing to the song 'Muqabala' from the movie 'Street Dancer 3D'. Monalisa is as brilliant as her dancing, and her expressions are tremendous.

Let me tell you that Monalisa has worked with every major artist of Bhojpuri cinema. His pairing with Pawan Singh is well liked. Monalisa has appeared in more than 100 films. She is well liked in Bhojpuri cinema. Not only this, she is the thickest fee-paying actress in Bhojpuri film industry. Fans are waiting to make a comeback in their Bhojpuri film soon.

Sunday, December 29, 2019

Deepika Padukone gave this challenge to Priya Prakash Warrior, see video

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Deepika Padukone is promoting her film 'Chhapak' very loudly these days. Not only this, she is also sharing videos related to the film daily. Now he has shared episode 3 of Chhapak. In this video, she is seen in the look of Malti and she is accompanied by the director of the film, Meghna Gulzar. Deepika talks to Meghna in the video and then winks. The video ends with Take That Priya Warrior.

Deepika has also tagged Priya Prakash Warrier while sharing the video.

Before this, Deepika was seen giving massage to Meghna Gulzar ...

Deepika had earlier shared a video in which she is giving a shoulder massage to the film's director Meghna Gulzar. Meghna says during this time, these photos and videos will give the wrong message. After this, Deepika says why these photos are not leaked like we are serving the director.
Let us know that when the trailer of 'Chhapak' was released, people were shocked after seeing Deepika. Deepika looked like an acid attack survivor Laxmi Aggarwal. Deepika's acting was well liked. The film will be released on 10 January.

Weather Alert: Cold wave in Uttar Pradesh will remain for two more days, mercury will fall

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The whole of Uttar Pradesh has been choked by the North Western icy winds coming through the snow-covered Uttarakhand mountains. There has been an increase in melting and chill with a sharp drop in day and night temperatures.

Day and night temperatures in all the places of the state are registering much lower than normal. This cold wave will disturb the residents of the state for two more days. Schools and colleges have to be closed due to cold in the districts, while trains and air travel are affected. Due to the cold, 18 more people died in the state on Saturday.

Aligarh was the coldest place in the state on Friday night where the mercury was recorded at 1.8 degrees Celsius. Earlier in Aligarh, 46 years ago, on 30 December 1973, nighttime mercury has been the lowest ever recorded.

Cold wave outbreak for two more days
Similarly, 4.4 in Meerut, 2 in Kanpur, 2.3 in Jhansi and 2 degrees Celsius in Bahraich. According to the Meteorological Department, during the next two days, there can be severe cold wave in different regions of the state. In these next two days, the outbreak of cold can deepen in the state. Kanpur has previously recorded 1.8 ° C on 17 December 2011 and 2 ° C on 28 December 2012. The lowest night temperature in Kanpur was recorded on January 13, 2013 - 1.1 degrees.

Meteorological Director JP Gupta says that it will remain cold for two days, after that there will be a slight improvement in the weather, then between 1st and 3rd January, there will be rain in different regions of the state, which can increase the winter. Most parts of the state, including Lucknow and the surrounding area, did not get sunny during the day and due to the 'Cold Day', the fog remained cloudy during the day. Life is suffering from this sharp weather.

On Saturday, the minimum temperature was 4.4 degrees Celsius. Earlier on December 11, it reached 4.2 degrees Celsius in Meerut. The 30-year record has been broken. In this region, the mercury in Shamli has dropped to 2 degree Celsius while the temperature of Bulandshahar, Saharanpur, Baghpat is 3 degree Celsius.

No deaths have been reported in Meerut due to the cold so far. However, 40-year-old youth Mukesh son Kishanlal died in Ahar region due to cold in Bulandshahar today. On Friday, 2 people died in Shamli and Baghpat and one in Hapur.

The harsh winter has also affected life in Bareilly. The minimum temperature in the district has fallen to 3.1 degrees. This temperature was recorded at 8:30 am on Saturday morning. This is the lowest December temperature for the last 10 years. In 2018, the December minimum temperature dropped to 3.2 degrees.

The cold has broken a 4-year record in Shahjahanpur. The maximum temperature went up to 14 degrees 4 years ago. After that in 2019, the maximum temperature has been recorded at 14 degrees maximum on 28 December. The minimum temperature is 3.8 ° C. Not a single death has occurred in Gorakhpur due to the cold. Mercury was recorded at 5.3 degrees Celsius on Friday night. So far, six deaths have been reported from the cold in the township, but none of them is confirmed. Family members performed the last rites without informing the administration. The laborer died of cold in Santakbir Nagar on Friday night.

Wherever night temperatures are recording below 4 degrees, the chances of frost are increasing. Actually, when the night temperature is below 4 degrees, the particles of water in the atmosphere begin to freeze and then it rains frozen particles of water, which is called frost. In vegetable, pulses and oilseed crops, tomato, potato, peas, mustard, gram, besides medicinal farming like marigold, basil also harm due to frost. Farmers should be aware that there should be water in the fields. - Prof. Padmakar Tripathi - Former Scientist Faizabad Agriculture University

Due to frost, betel farming is suffering a huge loss. Pan is rotting due to frost in Lucknow, Unnao, Kanpur, Sitapur, Hardoi, Barabanki, Jaunpur, Pratapgarh, Rae Bareli, Mahoba, Lalitpur, Azamgarh and Ballia. - Small Lal Chaurasia General Secretary National Pan Kisan Union

Where is the mercury recorded
Space maximum minimum
Agra 14.5 4.1
Aligarh 11.2 1.8
Kanpur 12.2 2.0
Jhansi 9.9 2.3
Meerut 11.6 4.4
Bareilly 13.1 3.1
Gorakhpur 14.0 5.3
Varanasi 13.0 4.0
Banda 15.8 3.0
Lucknow 14.4 3.5
Moradabad 13.7 3.8
Bahraich 13.6 2.0

Where is the broken record

Night temperature dropped by 2 degrees in Kanpur, maximum temperature was 12.6 degrees, 45-year record broken
Four degrees Celsius in Benares, five-year record broken
The cold has broken a 4-year record in Shahjahanpur. The maximum temperature went up to 14 degrees 4 years ago.
Where how many deaths

10 died of brain stroke and heart attack
Three died in Unnao, farmer died in Jhansi, woman died of cold in Rae Bareli, innocent died in Bahraich, cold worker died in Santakbirnagar, woman died in Shahjahanpur

Wednesday, December 25, 2019

Riteish Deshmukh ties his wife like this, video goes viral

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A video of Bollywood actor Riteish Deshmukh and his wife actress Genelia D'souza is becoming very viral on social media. In this video, Riteish Deshmukh Video, Genelia is seen wearing a tie. In this video, this cute style of both of them is very much liked by the fans. In this video which is becoming increasingly viral on the internet, it can be seen that shirt lace is tying Riteish Genelia, while the actress is making a video of it. Genelia shared this video with her Instagram account.

Actress Genelia D'souza shared this cute video with Riteish Deshmukh and wrote in the caption, "It's never too late to tie a knot." Fans are commenting a lot on this video of Genelia and Ritesh and giving their feedback. Along with the fans, celebrities are also reacting to this video.
Talking about the work front, Riteish Deshmukh (Riteish Deshmukh) was last seen playing the lead role with Akshay Kumar and Bobby Deol in 'Housefull 4'. This film, full of comedy, got a lot of love from the fans. This film of Ritesh Deshmukh also crossed the 200 crore mark. Apart from this, Riteish Deshmukh, along with Siddharth Malhotra and Tara Sutaria were seen playing the role of Villain in the film 'Marjawan'. However, this film could not do much at the box office.

DM's fake letter viral: accused students got relief after apologizing to colleagues

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Two students of class 12, who were arrested and sent to the child improvement home in connection with the viral order of DM of Noida for school leave, have got interim bail till January 02. With this, the police have removed sections 420, 419 and 500 from both the students. Now action will be taken only under 66 IT Act. After the arrest of the students, their classmates reached the DM's camp office on Tuesday, citing the future of their fellow students and pleaded to forgive them.
DM's fake letter viral: accused students got relief after apologizing to colleagues

According to the information, the order of exemption of schools was posted on social media on Sunday by creating fake Twitter account of Noida DM. After this, DM BN Singh posted on Twitter that he has not issued any such letter. After this, police station Sector-20 police registered a case under Section 420 of the IPC, IT Act, 419, 566 against unknown and detained two students of class 12 on Monday. Both were arrested after interrogation. Both study in a school in Sector-12. The students created a letter from the K app for a holiday in the cold and for fun. To make it viral, both of them created a fake Twitter account of DM Gautam Budh Nagar. Then it was viral by writing leave on fake letterpad. The police produced both in Juvenile Court and sent them to the child improvement home.

It is worth mentioning that after the arrest of two students of class 12 in connection with making a fake order letter of the Noida District Magistrate for the leave of schools, their classmates reached the camp office of the Collector on Tuesday. Citing the future of his fellow students, he had requested to be forgiven. He apologized in front of the Principal and the officials who reached the spot by crying and folding his hands, whose photo went viral on social media.

The District Magistrate was not there at the time when this incident happened. On information, district administration officials, education department officials and school principals also reached the camp office to convince the students who were performing. On the persuasion of the school principal, some students, holding a crying ear, asked to forgive the accused students. When the principal's efforts failed, City Magistrate Shailendra Kumar Mishra also explained to the students. The students said that both the accused students are good in studies. This time they have UP board examinations. In such a situation they should be forgiven on the basis of humanity. On the persuasion of the authorities, the protesting students returned.

On December 22, I came to know about this fake order. It was issued with my fake signature. If I did not counter this order, the schools in Gautam Budh Nagar would have been closed. After this, a case was registered in this case after talking to the SSP. Investigation revealed that both the accused students are minors. But a lawsuit has been filed legally and now action will be taken in this case legally. This case will be seen in Juvenile Court. ”- BN Singh, District Magistrate

This is the provision

If convicted, three years punishment is possible

If both minors are found guilty, there is a provision for a maximum sentence of 3 years.
IPC 419 Penalty for Fraud: Imprisonment and cheating, if convicted under this section, the maximum punishment can be 3 years.
420- Fraud: It can carry a punishment of up to seven years.
IT Act: Different sections of IT Act have different punishment provisions.
The students demanded that both the accused be released on the basis of humanity. An FIR has been registered against both the students. They will have to bail. ”- Shailendra Kumar Mishra, City Magistrate

Monday, December 23, 2019

Christmas Day: Christmas Day will be celebrated on 25th of December, know everything about this 'big day'

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On 24 December, people celebrate Easter Eve and on 25 December (25 December) party in homes, which lasts for 12 days. Christmas begins from 25 December until 5 January.
Christmas Day Christmas Day will be celebrated on 25th of December, know everything about this 'big day'

25 December 2019: Christmas Day, popularly known as Bada Din, is celebrated on 25 December. On this day, more than one decoration will be seen outside the houses and houses. People wearing Santa Claus dress will be seen. Cakes will be fed to each other in homes, gifts will be given. Christians will go to church and pray and at night the whole family and friends will party together. From this, the new year 2020 will begin on the seventh day. Know here some very special things related to the trend of giving gifts from Christmas tree to socks.
Why do we celebrate Christmas? (Why is Christmas celebrated?)
Christmas is celebrated in the joy of the birth of Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is called Son of God. Christmas also got its name from Christ. Jesus Christ is called Son of God.

Why Christmas Celebrated on the 25th December (Why Christmas on 25 December?)
No birth date of Jesus is given in the Bible, but still Christmas is celebrated every year on 25 December. There were many disputes over this date. But in 336 AD, the first Christmas was celebrated on 25 December in the time of the first Christian Roman Emperor of Roman. A few years later, Pope Julius officially announced the birth of Jesus on 25 December.

Christmas Tree Story
The Christmas tree began thousands of years ago in northern Europe. During that time, this winter festival was celebrated by decorating the tree named 'Fir'. Apart from this, people used to decorate the branches of cherry plant during Christmas. Those who could not buy these plants used to celebrate Christmas by giving wood the shape of a pyramid. Gradually the trend of Christmas tree increased everywhere and now everyone brings this tree to their home on the occasion of Christmas and decorates it with candy, chocolates, toys, lights, bells and gifts. This winter festival is celebrated by decorating a tree named 'FIR'.

Secret Santa and Secret Santa gifts Story (Secret Santa and the gift story in his socks)
According to popular stories, a man named St. Nicholas lived in Myra (now Turkey), a place in Asia Minor in the fourth century. One who was very rich, but his parents had died. He always helped the poor secretly. He kept trying to make them happy by giving them secret gifts.

One day Nicholas (Saint Nicholas) finds out that a poor man has three daughters, who have absolutely no money for their weddings. John Nicholas arrived to help this man. One night he reached the chimney in the roof of this man's house and put a bag full of gold from there. During that time this poor man had put his stockings in the chimney to dry. In the whole world, it is the custom to give gifts in socks on Christmas day or to become a secret Santa.

Suddenly, a bag full of gold fell into his house in this socks. This happened not once but three times. The last time this man was seen by Nicholas. Nicholas asked not to tell this to anyone. But soon the noise of this thing came out. From that day, whenever anyone would get a secret gift, everyone would think that Nicholas gave it.

The comments
Gradually, this story of Nicholas became popular. Because it has been a custom to give gifts to children on Christmas day. That is why the first Nicholas story in the UK, especially in England, formed the basis and was named Father Christmas and Old Man Christmas. After this, the custom of giving gifts in the socks on the day of Christmas, ie Secret Santa, went on.

How to celebrate Christmas
Especially, people and children are holidayed from school, college and office before Christmas abroad. The entire market and every street is illuminated with Christmas tree and lights. On 24 December, people celebrate Easter Eve and on 25 December (25 December) party in homes, which lasts for 12 days. Christmas begins from 25 December until 5 January. This festival, especially celebrated in Europe for 12 days, is known as Twelfth Night.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted and congratulated Hemant Soren on the victory

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Trend (03:43 PM): Congress + (INC 16 + JMM 30 + RJD 1) ahead in 47 seats while BJP ahead in 25 seats. Babulal Marandi's party is leading in JVM 3 seat. Sudesh Mahato's party is leading in Ajsu 2 seat. Leading on the other 4 seats.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted and congratulated Hemant Soren on the victory

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday congratulated Jharkhand Mukti Morcha leader Hemant Soren for the victory in the state assembly elections and wished the victorious coalition to serve the state. The JMM and Congress led by Soren, the RJD alliance have won a landslide victory in the assembly elections. The coalition has got a majority figure on its own.

Modi tweeted that his party will continue to serve the state and raise public centric issues. The Prime Minister said, Congratulations to Hemant Soren and JMM-led coalition for victory in Jharkhand elections. Best wishes to them for serving the state. Modi also thanked the people of Jharkhand for giving the BJP an opportunity to serve the state and appreciated the efforts of the party workers.

* Kedar Hazra of BJP defeated Manju Kumari of Congress by 18175 votes from Jamua. From Simdega, Bhushan Bada of Congress defeated Shraddhanand Besra of BJP by 285 votes. BJP's Indrajit Mahato defeated Sindh's Anand Mahato by 8253 votes from Sindri.


 * Raj Sinha of BJP defeated Manan Mallik of Congress by 30629 votes from Dhanbad. Babulal Marandi of JMM defeated Dhanwar's Laxman Prasad Singh by 21176 votes. Hemant Soren defeated Dumka's Lewis Marandi by 13188 votes. From Dumri, Jagarnath Mahato of JMM defeated Yashoda Devi of AJSU by 34288 votes.

* JMM leader Lobin Hembrom defeated Surya Narayan Hansda of BJP by 17924 votes. JMM leader Sukhram Oraon from Chakradharpur defeated Laxman Gilua of BJP by a margin of 12234 votes. From Chhatarpur, Pushpa Devi of BJP defeated RJD's Vijay Kumar by 26792 votes. Hemant Soren defeated Simone Malto of BJP by 25740 votes from Barhet.

* Won 7th time from JMM's Nalin Soren from Shikaripada, defeating BJP leader Paritosh Soren by a margin of 29471 votes. Nalin received a total of 79400 votes.

* From Pankhi, Kushwaha Shashi Bhushan Mehta defeated Devendra Kumar Singh of Congress by 37190 votes. Mehta got a total of 93184 votes.

* Lohardaga: 16th Round: Congress- 73321, BJP- 43623 and AJSU- 39151.

* JOB Manjhi's victory of JMM from Manoharpur, got 50945 votes. He won by a margin of 16019 votes. Nirmal Purti of JMM won from Manjhgaon. He received a total of 67750 votes. He won with a margin of 47192 votes. Naman Vixal Kongadi from Kolebira won by a margin of 12338. He got a total of 48574 votes.

Congress leader Rajendra Prasad Singh from Bermo won by 25172 votes. He received 88945 votes. Congress leader Sona Ram Sinku won from Jagannathpur. He won by a margin of 11606 votes. He received a total of 32499 votes. * BJP's Amar Kumar Bauri won from Chandankiyari. He won by a margin of 9211 votes. He received a total of 67739 votes.

* Rajmahal Vis 14 rounds: BJP 62801, AJSU 33021, BJP ahead by 29780 votes.

* Deoghar Assembly constituency 19th round: Suresh Paswan - 66945 (RJD), Narayan Das - 73173 (BJP), BJP - ahead of 6228 votes.

* Lohardaga 15th Round: Neeru Shanti Bhagat, AJSU Party-36930, Pawan Tigga, Jharkhand Vikas Morcha - 1,560, Rameshwar Oraon, Indian National Congress - 67850, Shravan Kumar Panna, Bahujan Samaj Party - 1204, Sukhdev Bhagat, Bharatiya Janata Party-40507 , Deepak Oraon, Janata Dal United-1204, Sadhanu Bhagat, Bharatiya Tribal Party- 4129, Ajit Kumar Bhagat, Independents-893, Ashish Oraon, Independents-1046, Ecus Paddy, Independents-1208, Sunil Kujur, Independents-699, NOTA- 2527.

* Victory of AJSU leader Lumbodar Mahato over Gomia. Lombodar received a total of 71859 votes. He won by a margin of 10937 votes.

JMM Executive Chairman Hemant Soren called the victory a victory of the Grand Alliance. He said, the 40-day election journey of Jharkhand state has ended today. Some things are yet to be clarified. In the trend, the mandate given by the people of Jharkhand. I want to thank the voters for that. It is a day of excitement for us. Today is the day for me to resolve. It is a day of determination to fulfill the aspirations of the people of this state. Directom is the result of the hard work of Guru Shibu Soren.

In the Grand Alliance, we fought elections. RJD, JMM and Congress fought elections together and we won. He remembered Sonia Gandhi, Lalu Prasad Yadav, Priyanka Gandhi and wished him victory.

He said, a new chapter will start from today. The hope with which people have given the mandate to our alliance. Their hopes will not break. I will work for all classes. He said, the resolution to become a separate state will be fulfilled.

* Mandar Vidhan Sabha 13th Round: Bandhu Tirkey - 67080, Devkumar Paddy - 48818, Brother of Tirhivir Tirkey 18262 votes ahead of Jhavimo.

* BJP's Neelkanth Singh Munda won from Khunti assembly. He received 59198 votes. Koche Munda also won from the Torpa seat. Koache received 43482 votes.

* Pakur Assembly 16 rounds: Alamgir Alam (Congress) - 95376, Beni Prasad Gupta (BJP) - 43801, Akil Akhtar (AJSU) - 29651

* Barhet Assembly 11th Round: Simon Malto (BJP) -25420, Hemant Soren (JMM) -37649, Gamaliel Hembram-1180, Baidhanath Pahadia-582, Sheela Tudu-555, Hopna Tudu-1405, Kunalkant Tudu-352, Chandu Soren- 413, Samuel Kumar Madaiya-1067, Bernad Hembrom-724, Mary Nisha Hansda-657, Lily Hansda-758, NOTA-1676

* Koderma Assembly: RJD candidate Amitabh Kumar leads by 3,427 votes after completion of 13th round: Amitabh Kumar, RJD ---- 38768, Neera Yadav, BJP ---- 35341, Shalini Gupta, AJSU ---- 25448.

* Khunti: BJP's Koche Munda won from Torpa Assembly by 9630 votes.

* 13th round of Barhi assembly elections ended: BJP: 44526, Congress: 54018

CP Singh took the lead again from Ranchi seat, Maji trailing by 1597 votes. CP Singh has got 63291 votes at this time, while Maji has got 61694 votes.

* JMM has emerged as the largest party according to the trends. It is almost certain to become Hemant Soren's Chief Minister. Seeing the victory of the Grand Alliance, Hemant Soren reached his residence to seek blessings from his father. The news is that after a while he is going to have a press conference. Hemant Soren was seen cycling in the residence.

* In the 9th round of Jamshedpur Eastern, Saryu Roy got a lead of 7856, Raghuvar got 28292, Saryu Roy got 36148 votes.

* Sita Soren ahead of Jama, Jama - JMM's Sita Murmu by 3,837 votes in 13th round. Sita Murmu - 39,365, Suresh Murmu - 35,528.

* Littipara Assembly 12 rounds: Dinesh Marandi (JMM) - 40017, Daniel Kisku (BJP) - JMM ahead by 33396, 6621 votes.

* Pakur Legislative Assembly 15 rounds: Alamgir Alam (Congress) - 88,95, Beni Prasad Gupta (BJP) - 41480, Akil Akhtar (AJSU) - 27398

* Alamgir Alam ahead by 47471 votes: Madhupur 11th Round, Ganga Narayan Rai 22610, Raj Palivar - 29684, Haji Hussain Ansari - 40781

* Gandey, 16 rounds: BJP - 48512, JMM - 50869, Sarfaraz ahead by 2357 votes

* Bagodar 20 th Round: Male: 89849, Bjp: 81480, Difference: 8369

* Barhet 10th round: JMM 11420 votes ahead of BJP, BJP Simon Malto 22845, JMM Hemant Soren 34265.

* Bokaro Assembly - 17th Round: Congress - 72632, BJP - 69237, Congress candidate Sveta Singh was leading by 3395 votes.

* Rajmahal 6th round: BJP 16582 votes ahead of JMM, BJP 25451, JMM 8869, AJSU 8637

* Borio 10th round: JMM ahead of BJP with 6939 votes

Mahua Majhi of JMM has left sitting MLA and Municipal Development Minister CP Singh from Ranchi Assembly seat. Maji is currently running with 414 votes.

Khunti: Nilkanth Singh Munda wins from Khunti Legislative Assembly. After the 15th round, he got 58987 votes in EVM and 3665 votes in JMM's Sushil Pahan. Postal ballot counts remaining.

Rajmahal 5th round: BJP ahead of JMM by 12999 votes.

Pakur Legislative Assembly 14 rounds: Alamgir Alam (Congress) - 82454 (ahead of 43,423 votes), Beni Prasad Gupta (BJP) - 39031, Akil Akhtar (AJSU) - 25934

Lohardaga: Status after 11th round: Congress - 46749, AJSU - 29554, BJP - 24591.

Koderma 10th round: RJD ahead of 2228 votes, Neera Yadav (BJP) 5389, Amitabh Kumar (RJD) 27617, Shalini Gupta- (AJSU) 18681, Ramesh Harshadhar (Jhavim) 6405

Pakur Assembly 13th Round: Alamgir Alam (Congress) - 76477, Beni Prasad Gupta (BJP) - 36379, Akil Akhtar (AJSU) - 24733, Alamgir Alam - ahead of 40,098 votes

Littipara Assembly 11th round - Dinesh Marandi (JMM) - 36626, Daniel Kisku (BJP) - JMM ahead with 29870, 6756 votes

Daltonganj 11th round: BJP candidate Alok Chaurasia ahead of 22464 votes, Alok Chaurasia - 60501, KN Tripathi - 38037

Lohardaga (ST) Assembly Constituency: 10th round counting ends
Rameshwar Oraon of Congress was ahead of his close rival Ajusha's Nirushanti Bhagat by 13646 votes. The same BJP has moved to the third position.

Deoghar Assembly Constituency: 13th round ends
Suresh Paswan: - 53521 (RJD)
Narayan Das: - 44488 (BJP)
RJD- ahead of 9033 votes

-Saranath assembly constituency: 12th round finished
Uday Shankar Singh: - 33187 (JVM)
Randhir Singh: - 46606 (BJP)
BJP- Leading 13,419 votes

-Lohardaga: Rameshwar Oraon of Congress was 12401 votes ahead of his close rival Ajsu's Nirushanti Bhagat. The same BJP has moved to the third position.

After the counting of the last round (13th) in the Torpa Legislative Assembly, Koche Munda of BJP got 43344, Sudip Gudiya of JMM got 33647 votes. BJP named this seat in its name. In the postal vote, Koche Munda got 138 votes and Sudeep Gudiya got 205 votes.

-Bhavnathpur seat, 11th round: BJP candidate Bhanu Pratap Shahi ahead by 26972 votes.

Sisai Vis: 14 rounds
Jigga Susaran of JMM got 57435 votes.
BJP's Dinesh Oraon got 32894 votes
JMM increased by 24541 votes

Bokaro Assembly - Fourteenth Round
-Congress - 57207 votes
-BJP - 56956 votes
Congress candidate Sveta Singh was leading by 251 votes.


Koderma: RJD candidate Amitabh Kumar leads by 2,373 votes after completion of the ninth round.

-Dumri Vis: JMM candidate Jagarnath Mahato won by 34940 votes.

Amidst the challenges, JMM Executive Chairman Hemant Soren went to meet his father Shibu Soren.

-Jamshedpur Eastern: 7th round count, Saryu Rai is leading by 5894 votes. CM Raghuvar is following.

-BJP candidate Amar Kumar Bauri won by 9220 votes. He was a candidate from Chandankiyari. In the first five rounds, Umakant Razak of Azu kept his lead but after the sixth round, Amar Kumar Bauri defeated Umakant Razak to take the lead. Amar Kumar Bauri thanked the people of Chandankiyari on his victory.

-Khunti: After the 13th round, Nilkanth Singh Munda of BJP got 54784 from Jhumki, Sushil Pahan of JMM got 27238 votes. BJP is leading from this seat.

After the 12th round, Sarfaraz Ahmed of JMM ahead from Gandey seat.

-Jama: JMM candidate Sita Murmu (Soren) ahead of BJP's Suresh Murmu by 938 votes.

-Khunti: BJP's Koche Munda recorded victory from Torpa Legislative Assembly constituency.

-Lohardaga: After ninth round, Congress ahead with 12401 votes, Ajsu on second and BJP on third.

-Borio 5th Round: BJP is leading by 179 votes.

Ramgarh 9th Round
Congress-43659
AJSU-32533
BJP-21211
Congress ahead by more than 11124 votes

Deoghar Assembly Constituency: 11th round finished: RJD ahead by 13,443 votes.

After counting of 14th phase from Chatra Assembly seat, RJD candidate ahead of 12 thousand 961 votes.

3rd Round: JMM candidate Hemant Soren by 3087 votes ahead of Barhet.

Panki Assembly Constituency: 11th Chakra: BJP's Kushwaha Shashibhushan Mehta ahead by 14532 votes.

Hussainabad Vis Area: 9th Chakra: Kamlesh Singh of NCP ahead of 1870 votes.

Chattarpur 10th Chakra: Pushpa Devi of BJP ahead with 6546 votes.

Daltonganj 8th Chakra: Alok Chaurasia of BJP ahead of 20817 votes.

Vishram Chakra 9th Chakra: BJP's Ramchandra Chandravanshi ahead by 2648 votes.


Colebira Seat:
Congress-42065 votes
BJP - 31171 votes
Jhapa-15891 Votes
Congress ahead

Chatra Assembly Election: 13th round of counting of votes ends
Satyanand Bhokta (RJD): 45,927
Janardan Paswan (BJP): 34,243
RJD candidate ahead of Chatra Assembly seat by 11 thousand 684 votes.



After the 11th round, Koche Munda of BJP got 36848, Sudip Gudiya of JMM got 30833 votes in Torpa Legislative Assembly. BJP ahead

Khunti: In the Khunti Legislative Assembly after the 11th round, BJP's Neelkanth Singh Munda got 49221, JMM's Sushil Pahan got 21867 votes. BJP is leading from here.

Kolebira: Congress Party ahead of 9316 in 16th round.

Madhupur Assembly Constituency: Seventh Round Finished
Raj Palivar: - 17966 (BJP)
Haji Hussain Ansari: - 27204 (JMM)
JMM - 9,238 votes ahead


Sarath Assembly Constituency: Tenth Round Finished
Uday Shankar Singh: - 28263 (JVM)
Randhir Singh: - 38743 (BJP)
BJP- ahead of 10,480 votes

-Jugasalai: Mangal Kalindi of JMM ahead by 7040 votes in 7th round.

-Giridih: JMM ahead with 1289 votes after 11th round.

-Palamu: 9th round counting ends in Chhattarpur Vis region, Pushpa Devi of BJP ahead by 5002 votes.

In the sixth round, Raghuvar Das from Jamshedpur East has been defeated by 4643 votes, Raghuvar has got 18874 votes and Saryu Rai has got 23517 votes.

-Dalatganj: 7th round ended, ahead of BJP's Alok Chaurasia by 19105 votes.

7th round completed in Koderma: BJP candidate Dr. Neera Yadav was ahead by 307 votes, still running behind.

-Borio 4th round: JMM ahead by more than 5000 votes.

-Bhavnathpur seat: Ninth round ended: Bhanu Pratap Shahi is leading by 29456 votes.

-Chhattarpur Vis Region: After eighth round Pushpa Devi of BJP ahead by 2355 votes.

-Panki Assembly Constituency: BJP candidate Dr. Shasibhushan Mehta is leading by 6448 votes. The ninth round has ended here.

Mander Vis Area: 5th Round
BJP candidate Dev Kumar Paddy - 18951 votes
JVM candidate Bandhu Tirkey - 23178 votes
JVM is ahead from here.

AJSU candidate Sudesh Mahato ahead of Silna.

-Potka Vis: After the 8th round, Maneka of the BJP gained less, ahead of Maneka 579 votes. BJP's Lakhan Mardi ahead of 3049 votes in the 8th round of Ghatshila Vis.

Deoghar Assembly Constituency: Ninth Round Completed
Suresh Paswan: - 41447 (RJD)
Narayan Das: - 26496 (BJP)
RJD - ​​ahead of 14,951 votes

-7th round count ended: Rameshwar Oraon of Congress ahead of his nearest rival Ajsu's Nirushanti Bhagat by 10492 votes. Same BJP in third place.

-Simdega: BJP ahead by 603 votes in 13th round.

Maheshpur Assembly 8 Rounds
Stephen Marandi (JMM) - 31290
Mistry Soren (BJP) - 21277
Stephen Marandi ahead by 10013 votes

Bokaro Assembly - Eleventh Round
-Congress - 47106 votes
- BJP - 43382 votes
Congress candidate Sveta Singh was leading by 3724 votes.

Dumka (ST) Assembly Constituency after 10th round
Lewis Marandi (BJP) Total votes polled- 34096
Hemant Soren (JMM) Total Received Vote-35662
JMM ahead by 1566 votes ...

Lohardaga: Results after seventh round count
Congress-28022 votes
AJSU-17530 Votes
BJP-15796 Votes
Congress ahead by 10492 votes

Garhwa seat, result of eighth round-
Mithilesh Thakur of JMM - 38866 votes
Satyendranath Tiwari of BJP-28103 votes
JMM ahead with 10763 votes.

Littipara Assembly: 7 rounds finished
Dinesh Marandi (JMM) - 21,398
Daniel Kisku (BJP) - 16982
JMM ahead with 4,416 votes.

-Jamshedpur West: Devendra Singh of BJP ahead by 4968 votes in 8th round.

-Bermo: After the rise of Congress's Rajendra Singh, there was silence in the BJP office in Phusro.

Ninth round of Barhi assembly election ends
BJP: 29387 votes
Congress: 36741 votes
Yadav of Congress from Barhi Assembly seat ahead of Manoj Yadav of BJP by 7354 votes.

Bishunpur Vis: 8 rounds
BJP's Ashok Oraon - 20629 votes
JMM Chamra Linda 25188 votes
JMM leads by 4559 votes

Koderma: Round 5
Amitabh Kumar, RJD - ​​11440 votes
Dr. Neera Yadav, BJP-9967 votes
RJD is ahead from here.

-Devghar Assembly Constituency: Eighth Round Finished
RJD candidate Suresh Paswan 39749 votes
BJP candidate Narayan Das got 21921 votes
RJD ahead by 17,828 votes



-Nilkanth Singh Munda of BJP is leading by 21844 votes after the ninth round in Khunti. He has got a total of 38944 votes. In second place is JMM's Sushil Pahan who got 17100 votes.

After the 13th round in Kollebira, the Congress ahead by 6952 votes.

-Raghuvar Das was defeated by 2604 votes in the 5th round of Jamshedpur Eastern. Independent candidate Saryu Rai got 19183 votes while Raghuvar got 16579 votes.

Madhupur Assembly Constituency: 5th round ends
Raj Palivar: - 14075 (BJP)
Haji Hussain Ansari: - 17689 (JMM)
JMM - ahead of 3614 votes

Torpa seat: After eighth round BJP's Koche Munda got 28168 votes, Sudip Gudiya of JMM got 22290 votes. BJP is leading from here.

Lohardaga: In the sixth round, ahead of Dr. Rameshwar Oraon of Congress 9568 votes. AJSU is seen in second place. Sukhdev Bhagat of BJP in third place.

Sisai Vis: 9 rounds
Jigga Susaran of JMM 35770 votes
BJP's Dinesh Oraon got 22426 votes
JM forward

Gumla Wis: 6 rounds
JMM Bhushan Tirkey - 19476 votes
BJP's Mishir Kujur - 11421 votes
JMM ahead of 8055 votes

The seventh round of counting of Chatra assembly election ends
Satyanand Bhokta (RJD): 32240 votes
Janardan Paswan (BJP): 25132 votes
After counting of RJD seventh phase from Chatra Assembly seat, 7060 votes ahead

Sixth round of Hazaribagh assembly election ends
JVM: 6044
BJP: 24396
Congress: 14985
BJP ahead of Hazaribagh Assembly seat by 9411 votes

Eighth round of Barhi assembly election ends
BJP: 25172
Congress: 33807
The lone Yadav of Congress from Barhi assembly seat was ahead of BJP's Manoj Yadav by 8635 votes.

Bokaro Assembly - Ninth Round
- Congress - 40564
- BJP - 36836
Congress candidate Sveta Singh was leading by 3728 votes.

Bishunpur Vis: 7 rounds
BJP's Ashok Oraon got 18943 votes
JMM's Chamara Linda 21715 votes
JM edge

Hemant Soren ahead of Dumka
Dumka - Hemant Soren of JMM ahead by 2,516 votes in eighth round.
Hemant Soren - 29,229 votes
Lois Marandi - 26,766 votes


Saryu Rai has moved ahead of Jamshedpur East. They are giving a tough fight to CM Raghuvar Das here. In the fourth round, Saryu Rai (Independent candidate) has defeated Chief Minister Raghuvar Das. Raghuvar has got 13779 votes while Saryu Rai has got 14779 votes.




Lohardaga: In the fifth round, the Congress has overtaken the BJP by 6306 votes.

Sixth round of Mandu assembly election ends
JMM: 11690
BJP: 8557
AJSU: 13572
Ajsu from Mandu assembly seat, ahead of JMM by 1872 votes.


Peg: After the seventh round, Neelkanth Singh Munda of BJP got 31424 votes, Dayamani Barla from JVM got 12309 votes. BJP is leading from here.

Raghuvar Das has left his home for Ranchi.

-Ghatshila Vis after fifth round: Lakhan Mardi of BJP ahead by 5034 votes. Pradeep Balmuchu of AJSU got 9427 votes, Ramdas Soren of JMM got 12872 and BJP's Lakhan got 17906 votes.

Barkagaon 5th Round
21297 votes to Congress
13646 votes to AJSU
Congress candidate Amba Prasad is leading from 7651.

Garhwa seat is fifth round - JMM is ahead of BJP with 5528 votes.

Kolebira ahead of Congress 3869 in 9th round.

In Jamshedpur Eastern, Raghuvar Das got ahead in the third round by 156 votes, Raghuvar got 10829 votes and Independent Saryu Rai got 10673 votes.

Baghmara: BJP candidate Dhullu Mahato ahead.

Garhwa seat fifth round - JMM ahead of BJP with 5528 votes.

Kolebira ahead of Congress 3869 in 9th round.

In the Khunti assembly after the sixth round, BJP's Neelkanth Singh Munda got 27390 votes, JVM's Dayamani Barla got 11701 and JMM's Sushil Pahan got 10640 votes. BJP candidates are leading from here.

-Dumka: Lewis Marandi ahead of 2427 votes after 6th round.

-Khunti: BJP's Koche Munda from Torpa constituency got 19044 votes, Sudip Gudiya of JMM got 12612 and Independent Paul Surin got 8404 votes. BJP is leading from here.

Lohardaga seat: After the fourth round, the Congress overtook the BJP by 4430 votes.

Koderma Third Round
Neera Yadav, BJP ---- 4509 votes
Amitabh Kumar RJD ---- 7258 votes
Shalini Gupta-Azsu --- 2655 votes
Ramesh Harshadhar Jhavimo ---- 3124 votes

Gomiya Assembly - Seventh Round
-Ajasu - 25136 votes
-JMM - 25583 votes
- Independent candidate Madhav Lal - 21394 votes
JMM candidate Babita Devi was leading over Dr Lumbodar Mahato of AJSU by 447 votes.

Latehar: Counting of fourth round in Manika assembly constituency has ended. Here Ramchandra Singh of Congress got 17368 votes and Raghupal Singh of BJP got 9890 votes. Ramanchadra Singh by 7478 votes.

Chandkiyari Assembly - Sixth Round
-Ajasu - 31167 votes
-BJP - 29057 votes
-JMM - 20209 votes
AJSU candidate Umakant Rajak is leading by 2110 votes.

-Ghatshila Vis: BJP's Lakhan Mardi ahead of 2194 after fourth round. Here Pradeep Balmuchu of AJSU got 7430 votes, Ramdas Soren of JMM got 11556, Lakhan Mardi of BJP got 13750 votes.

- JMM candidate Sukharam Oraon ahead of Chakradharpur Assembly by 4476 votes. BJP state president Laxman Giluva is running in second place.

-Palamu: Kamlesh Singh of NCP ahead in Hussainabad 4th phase.

Five rounds of Barkatha assembly were completed. Independent candidate Amit Kumar Yadav leads with 6960 votes.

Garhwa seat: JMM ahead of BJP by 4375 votes in fourth round.

Godda Assembly Fourth Round
BJP's Amit - 7442 votes
RJD's Sanjay - 17455 votes
RJD ahead from here

Bagodar Fourth Round
Vinod Ku Singh of Male 16808 votes
BJP's Nagendra got 13762 votes
Male is ahead from here

Podaihat second round
Pradeep Yadav of JVM got 4490 votes
BJP's Gajadhar got 1633 votes
JMM's Ashoka 1484 votes
JVM is moving forward here.


-Mahagama Second Round
BJP's Ashok 8506 votes
Congress's Deepika 4142 votes
Here the BJP is leading.

-Dumka: Luis Marandi ahead by 5381 votes after counting the fifth round.

Latehar: In Manika Assembly constituency, Congress's Ramchandra Singh got 13756 votes and BJP's Raghupal Singh got 7666 votes till the third round. Ramanchandra Singh ahead of 6090 votes.

Bokaro Assembly - 5th Round
-Congress - 28114
-BJP - 17838
Congress candidate Sveta Singh was leading by 10276 votes.


- 3 rounds of Hazaribagh Sadar seat completed. BJP's Manish Jaiswal leads with 7692 votes.

-Kharsawan: After second round JMM ahead by 2588 votes.

After fourth round in Bhavnathpur seat: Bhanu Pratap of BJP is leading by 9863 votes.

Dhanbad seat: Congress is leading after the fourth round.

Barkatha Assembly seat: Independent candidate Amit Kumar Yadav is leading with 6431 votes after the fourth round. Amit Yadav got 15192 votes and BJP candidate Janaki Yadav got 87 61 votes.

Ghatshila Vis: Ramdas Soren of JMM is leading 280 after the third round. Balmuchu of AJSU got 5522 votes, Ramdas Soren got 10098 votes, BJP's Lakhan Mardi got 9818 votes.

Bishunpur Vis: 3 rounds
7944 votes to BJP candidate Ashok Oraon
JMM's Chamara Linda 7823 votes
BJP gains by 121 votes.

Sisai Vis: 5 rounds
Jigga Susaran of JMM got 22149 votes
BJP's Dinesh Oraon got 12829 votes
JMM edge here

Khunti: After the fourth round, Neelkanth Singh Munda of BJP got 18480 votes, Dayamani Barla of JVM got 9271, Sushil Pahan of JMM got 6316 votes. BJP is leading from here.

Sarath: After the third round
Uday Shankar from JVM-11812 votes
Randhir Singh from BJP-9921 votes
JVM ahead from here

Deoghar: After the third round
Suresh Paswan of RJD-16883 votes
BJP's Narayan Das - 7053 votes
RJD is moving forward here.

After six rounds, the Congress in Kolebira by 2371 votes.

Koderma Second Round
RJD ahead with 2448 votes
Neera Yadav, BJP ---- 2851
Amitabh Kumar RJD ---- 5299
Shalini Gupta-Ajsu --- 1394
Ramesh Harshadhar Jhavimo ---- 2012

In the third round, BJP candidate Koche Munda from Torpa constituency got 12778 votes, Sudip Gudiya of JMM got 7287 votes, Independent Paul Surin got 5054 votes. BJP candidate ahead here.

Ranchi Vis: BJP candidate Chandreshwar Prasad Singh is leading.

After second round in Jugasalai Vis, AJSU candidate Ramchandra Sahis ahead of 3242, Ramchandra got 10600 votes and Mangal Kalindi of JMM got 7358 votes.

Gandey: After the second round
BJP- Jayaprakash-7251 votes
JMM-Sarfaraz-4123 votes
Here the BJP is leading.

-Gharwa seat: After the third round, JMM got 13093 votes and BJP got 10167 votes. JMM is moving forward here.

-Dumka: BJP candidate Lewis Marandi leads by 8357 votes after counting the third round. Louis has 13977 votes while Hemant Soren has 5620 votes.

Counting of fourth round has been completed in Bahri Assembly seat. Here Congress candidate Umashankar is leading by 6352 votes alone.

-Colebira: Congress is leading from 2161 after the sixth round.

-Raghuvar Das ahead of 1449 in second round in Jamshedpur Eastern. Raghuvar has got 6712 votes to 8212 Saryu Rai.

JMM leads in 4 seats of West Singhbhum in third round, Congress ahead of Jagannathpur

-Ghatshila Vis Second Round: Pradeep Kumar Balmuchu has got 4001 votes, Ramdas Soren has 7219 votes, Lakhan Mardi has got 6873 votes. Ramdas Soren is leading from 346.

Sixty second round
JVM's Uday Shankar 6753 votes
7300 votes to BJP's Randhir Singh
JMM's Parimal got 975 votes
BJP candidates are leading from here.

Second round from Deoghar
Suresh Paswan of RJD 10507 votes
Narayan Das of BJP 5341 votes
RJD candidates are leading from here.

Bhanu Pratap is leading by 7567 votes after the third round in Bhavnathpur.

In the third round, BJP's Neelkanth Singh Munda got 14729 votes, Dayamani Barla of JVM got 6525 votes and Sushil Pahan of JMM got 4544 votes. BJP is leading from here.

-Simdega Fourth Round: BJP ahead by 5206 votes.

Barhi Vidhan Sabha Third Round: Umashankar of Congress is ahead with 5096 votes alone. So far Congress candidate Umashankar Akela has got 13736. BJP's Manoj Kumar Yadav has got 8640 votes.

- JMM candidate Dinesh Marandi ahead of Littipara Assembly by 997 votes in the second round. BJP candidate from Pakur Assembly Beni Prasad Gupta ahead of 2616 in the third round.

-Dumka: Third Round
Lewis Marandi -13977
Hemant Soren-5620
BJP candidate Lewis Marandi ahead by 8357 votes.

Manish Jaiswal is leading by 44 81 votes from Hazaribagh Sadar in the second round.

-Nala Vidhan Sabha: In the second round, JMM candidate Ravindra Nath Mahato is leading by 12 votes from nearest BJP candidate Satyanand Jha.

In the first round of Jamtara Assembly, BJP candidate got 3102 votes, Congress candidate got 7018 votes, AJSU got 164 votes. Independent candidate Tarun Gupta got 383 votes. In the first round, the Congress candidates are leading by four thousand 12 votes.

Fifth round: Colebira
Congress: 12677
BJP: 10516
Shed: 4151
Congress ahead of 2161 votes in Kolebira.

AJSU candidate Sudesh Mahato from Silli has lagged behind.

-Potka Vis: In the second round, ahead of BJP's Maneka Sardar 9765, Maneka has got 13133 votes while Sanjeev of JMM has got 3368 votes.

Jarmundi: BJP's Devendra Kunwar ahead with 1802 votes.

In Lohardaga, the Congress ahead by 21 hundred votes in the second round.

-Bhavnathpur: BJP candidate Bhanu Pratap ahead in second round

-Khunti: After the second round in Torpa Assembly constituency, Koche Munda got 9202 votes from BJP, Sudip Gudiya from JMM got 4399 votes, Independent Paul Surin got 3365 votes. Here the BJP is leading.

Barhet: Hemant Soren of JMM ahead after the second round.

Garhwa: JMM Ahead
BJP-2734 votes
JMM-4849 Votes

BJP candidates are leading from Saranth seat. BJP candidates are also leading from Madhupur seat.

-Palamu: Congress is leading from Panki seat.

-BSP's Sher Ali ahead in second round from Hussainabad seat
BSP Sher Ali - 1905 votes
NCP - Kamlesh Singh - 1700 votes
RJD Sanjay Yadav - 1365 votes
BJP - Binod Singh - 1096 votes
AJSU - Shivpujan - 298 votes

In the second round, Devendra Singh of BJP from Jamshedpur West is leading over Banna Gupta of Congress from 2967.

By the second round, Luis Marandi has got 70.23% votes and Hemant has 24.97% votes.

-Bhavnathpur: BJP candidate Bhanu Pratap ahead in second round

Nalin Soren of JMM in Shikari Pada ahead in second phase with 2786 votes.

First round: BJP's Alok Chaurasia ahead of Daltonganj seat
BJP-Alok Chaurasia - 5317 votes
Congress - KN Tripathi - 2555 votes
Jhavimo - Rahul Aggarwal - 547 votes

-Colebira: Congress ahead in fourth round

-Jama: Suresh Murmu ahead of BJP 2193 votes in first phase, Sita Soren is trailing.

-Palamu: BSP's Sher Ali ahead in second round from Hussainabad seat

-Simdega: BJP ahead by 4931 votes in the third round.

-Dumka: BJP candidate Lewis Marandi ahead by 6329 votes. JMM candidate Hemant Soren is behind.

Koderma First Round
RJD ahead with 1286 votes
Neera Yadav, BJP-1525
Amitabh Kumar RJD-2811
Shalini Gupta-AJSU-542
Ramesh Harshadhar Jhavimo-721

Chandkiyari Assembly - Second Round
AJSU - 10098
BJP - 10277
JMM - 7759
BJP candidate Amar Kumar Bauri was leading by 179 votes.

Khunti: Second round: BJP's Neelkanth Singh Munda has got 10790 votes, Dayamani Barla from JVM has got 4188, Sushil Pahan from JMM has got 2478 votes.


-Barkagaon Assembly Constituency
BJP- Loknath Mahato 279 votes
Congress- 1370 votes to Amba Prasad
Azu-Roshan Lal Chaudhary 781 votes
Congress is leading here.


-Binod Singh (Male) from Bagodar and Jagannath Mahato (JMM) ahead of Dumri in the first round

Second round completed in Mandu Assembly, Ram Prakash Bhai Patel of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha is leading by 3294 votes.

Rahi Assembly: Second round completed, Congress candidate Umashankar is leading by 3962 votes alone.

-Bokaro Assembly: In the second round, Congress got 5297 votes while BJP got 4440 votes. Congress candidate Sveta Singh was leading by 857 votes.

Seraikela seat: BJP got 5268 votes, JMM got 5123 votes in the first round. BJP ahead here.

-ShikariPada ahead of Nalin Soren 1320 votes in the first round.

BJP's Nirbhay from Giridih, JMM candidate from Dumri, Jagannath, BJP candidate Kedar from Jamua, Babulal of JVM from Dhanwar, Jayaprakash of BJP candidate from Gandey, Binod Singh of Male from Bagodar are leading.

-Gumla Vis: JMM's Bhushan Tirkey is leading by 1089 votes. Mishir Kujur of BJP is behind.

-Bishunpur Vis: In the first round, Ashok Oraon of BJP got 2856 votes while Chamra Linda of JMM got 1351 votes. Here the BJP is leading.

After the counting of the first round, Mathura from Tundi assembly constituency is leading ahead of Vikram Pandey by 4463 votes.

-Palamu: BJP is leading by 330 votes in Panki assembly constituency.

-ShikariPada: JMM candidate Nalin Soren by 1320 votes.

Jamshedpur West seat: In the first round, BJP's Devendra Singh has got 4575 votes. Devendra is leading 762 in the first round.

Jagannathpur seat: Congress candidate Sonaram is running ahead.

BJP ahead of Simdega in second round

JMM candidate from Chakradharpur Assembly Sukhram Oraon is ahead, BJP state president Laxman Giluwa is running behind.

Raghuvar Das ahead of Jamshedpur East, Saryu Rai behind. BJP's Raghuvar Das is leading in Jamshedpur East by 522 votes.

Ramgarh Assembly: In the first round, BJP got 5502 votes, Congress got 3545 and AJSU got 2108 votes. BJP candidates are leading here.

-Phunt: Nilkanth Singh Munda ahead in Peg. BJP's Neelkanth Singh Munda 5291, JVM to Dayamani Barla 2348, JMM to Sushil Pahan 973, Som Kaitha 46, Kalyan Nag to 42, Minakshi Munda 106, Ram Surya Munda 111, Vikasan Purti to 62, Shyam Sundar Kachhap There are 76 votes, pastor Sanjay Kumar Tirkey 237, Christ Charan Purti 307, NOTA 317 votes.

-Lohardaga: The counting of votes in Lohardaga is slow. In the first round, Congress candidate Rameshwar Oraon was leading over BJP's Sukhdev Bhagat by 50 votes.

Chandankiyari Vis seat: BJP candidate Amar Kumar Bauri is leading with 4887 votes.

Rahi Vidhan Sabha: In the first round, Congress candidate Umashankar is ahead by 1005 votes alone. Congress got 3962 votes in first round and BJP got 2957 votes.

Dinesh Marandi of JMM leads from Littipara Assembly, Daniyal Kisku of BJP in second place, Devendra Dehri of CPM in third place.

-Chandankiyari First Round: BJP candidate Amar Bauri ahead by 300 votes.


-First Round Godda Assembly:
RJD 4627
BJP 1362
RJD ahead with 3265 votes
Yogeshwar Mahato Batul of BJP from Bermo seat ahead of second round.

-First round from Sadar seat from Hazaribagh:
3545 BJP Manish Jaiswal
1716 Congress RC Mehta
1380 JVM Munna Singh.
BJP candidates are leading from here.


- BJP candidate from Koderma, Dr. Neera Yadav by 1 vote in counting of postal ballot.

-Garwa Assembly: BJP-2734, JMM 4840. JMM ahead with 2106 votes in the first round.

Bhanupratap Shahi of BJP is leading by 1891 votes in first round from Bhavnathpur seat.

-Giridih: In the counting of votes from the postal ballot, BJP candidate from Gandeya Assembly Prof. Jayprakash Verma ahead, Dr. Sarfaraz Ahmed of JMM at number two.

-Sei Vis seat: Jignum Susaran Horo of JMM is leading over Dinesh Oraon of BJP by 2265 votes.

Yogeshwar Mahato Batul of BJP from Bermo is leading in the second round. While in Chandankiyari, BJP candidate Amar Bauri is leading by 300 votes in the first round.

-Borio Assembly seat: BJP-3156, JMM-3629. JMM candidates are leading from here.

-Barhat Assembly seat: BJP-3334, JMM 3998. JMM candidates are leading from here.

-Rajmahal Vis First Round: BJP-3736, JMM-2333, AJSU-489. BJP candidates are leading here.

In the first round, Shweta Singh of Congress is leading from Bokaro Assembly. At the same time, in the first round, Lombodar Mahato, the AJSU candidate of Gomiya Assembly, is leading.

Koderma: Education Minister cum BJP candidate Dr. Neera Yadav reached the counting center.

- JMM candidates ahead in the counting of Postal Ballot from Eicagarh seat.

Ajudu's Sudesh Mahato is leading from Silli seat.

- JVM candidate Pradeep Yadav is leading from Podaihat seat.

-JMM candidate Hemant Soren had fallen behind from Barhet seat but now he has once again been ahead.

BJP candidate from Koderma seat Neera Yadav is leading.

BJP candidate Laxman Giluwa is leading from Chakradharpur seat.

The JVM candidate brothers are leading in Mandar assembly seat.

Assembly Speaker and BJP candidate Dinesh Oraon is leading in the SESE seat.

Hemant Soren, Executive Chairman of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha is leading from both Dumka and Barhet seat.

-Lohardaga: The counting of votes in Lohardaga is slow. In the first round, Congress candidate Rameshwar Oraon was leading over BJP's Sukhdev Bhagat by 50 votes.

Chandankiyari Vis seat: BJP candidate Amar Kumar Bauri is leading with 4887 votes.

Rahi Vidhan Sabha: In the first round, Congress candidate Umashankar is ahead by 1005 votes alone. Congress got 3962 votes in first round and BJP got 2957 votes.

Dinesh Marandi of JMM leads from Littipara Assembly, Daniyal Kisku of BJP in second place, Devendra Dehri of CPM in third place.

-Chandankiyari First Round: BJP candidate Amar Bauri ahead by 300 votes.


-First Round Godda Assembly:
RJD 4627
BJP 1362
RJD ahead with 3265 votes
Yogeshwar Mahato Batul of BJP from Bermo seat ahead of second round.

-First round from Sadar seat from Hazaribagh:
3545 BJP Manish Jaiswal
1716 Congress RC Mehta
1380 JVM Munna Singh.
BJP candidates are leading from here.


- BJP candidate from Koderma, Dr. Neera Yadav by 1 vote in counting of postal ballot.

-Garwa Assembly: BJP-2734, JMM 4840. JMM ahead with 2106 votes in the first round.

Bhanupratap Shahi of BJP is leading by 1891 votes in first round from Bhavnathpur seat.

-Giridih: In the counting of votes from the postal ballot, BJP candidate from Gandeya Assembly Prof. Jayprakash Verma ahead, Dr. Sarfaraz Ahmed of JMM at number two.

-Sei Vis seat: Jignum Susaran Horo of JMM is leading over Dinesh Oraon of BJP by 2265 votes.

Yogeshwar Mahato Batul of BJP from Bermo is leading in the second round. While in Chandankiyari, BJP candidate Amar Bauri is leading by 300 votes in the first round.

-Borio Assembly seat: BJP-3156, JMM-3629. JMM candidates are leading from here.

-Barhat Assembly seat: BJP-3334, JMM 3998. JMM candidates are leading from here.

-Rajmahal Vis First Round: BJP-3736, JMM-2333, AJSU-489. BJP candidates are leading here.

In the first round, Shweta Singh of Congress is leading from Bokaro Assembly. At the same time, in the first round, Lombodar Mahato, the AJSU candidate of Gomiya Assembly, is leading.

Koderma: Education Minister cum BJP candidate Dr. Neera Yadav reached the counting center.

- JMM candidates ahead in the counting of Postal Ballot from Eicagarh seat.

Ajudu's Sudesh Mahato is leading from Silli seat.

- JVM candidate Pradeep Yadav is leading from Podaihat seat.

-JMM candidate Hemant Soren had fallen behind from Barhet seat but now he has once again been ahead.

BJP candidate from Koderma seat Neera Yadav is leading.

BJP candidate Laxman Giluwa is leading from Chakradharpur seat.

The JVM candidate brothers are leading in Mandar assembly seat.

Assembly Speaker and BJP candidate Dinesh Oraon is leading in the SESE seat.

Hemant Soren, Executive Chairman of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha is leading from both Dumka and Barhet seat.

BJP candidate from Bhawanathpur seat Bhanupratap Shahi is leading.

BJP candidate CP Singh is leading from Ranchi Assembly while CM Raghuvar Das is leading from Jamshedpuri East.

Counting has started. Postal ballots are being counted. The first trend in counting of postal ballots has come in favor of JMM.

Ramdas Soren, JMM candidate of Ghatshila Vidhan Sabha, while going to the counting hall in Jamshedpur Cooperative College.

-Lohardaga: Preparations for counting of votes have been completed in the Agricultural Produce Market Committee premises, Lohardaga for Lohardaga Assembly (ST). District Election Officer-cum-Deputy Commissioner Akanksha Ranjan and Observer Nirmalraj Laxman Perumal have reached the counting venue. Three-tier security arrangements have been made at the counting site. At the same time, a media gallery has been created to give the media other information including votes received in each round. 20 tables have been prepared for counting of votes. The counting of votes will be completed in the 17th round. Supporters have started coming outside the counting venue.

Photo outside polling station of Dumka: Counting of votes will be done on 14-14 tables ...
Votes will be counted in 19 rounds for the Shikaripara assembly, 21 rounds for the Dumka assembly, 20 rounds for the Jama assembly… while 22 rounds for the Jarmundi assembly.

In Dumka, the fate of JMM's Hemant Soren, BJP's Dr. Luis Marandi is to be decided.

- Sadar's Congress candidate RC Mehta was prevented from going inside at the main gate of Hazaribagh counting center. On opposing the candidate, another police officer gave him permission to enter.

Special arrangements have been made by Prabhat Khabar to know the result of Jharkhand Assembly Elections 2019. On the website of Prabhat Khabar, www.prabhatkhabar.com, the counting of votes is being done at every moment. Readers can also see the results continuously on the mobile app.

The Election Commission has made elaborate security arrangements during the counting of votes. Security level is seen in all three counting centers. The district armed force has been deployed outside the counting center. After that, the soldiers of Zap have handled the collision.

Party agents have started arriving at counting centers. Continuation of counting personnel is also going on. There is a roundabout system of security outside the counting centers.

With the counting of votes, the Jharkhand Assembly Election 2019, which lasted for 53 days, will be concluded today. The counting of votes for 81 assembly seats in all 24 districts will begin simultaneously at 8 am. The trend of all seats will start getting from 9.30 am.

- Chatra will have maximum 28 round counting. At the same time, the counting of votes will be finished in the lowest 13 rounds in Chandankiyari. In most of the seats of the state, the MLA's name will be out from the EVM by 3 pm. However, in some seats with more than 20 rounds of counting, there is a slight delay in the MLA's name coming out.

The counting of votes at all counting centers will start from the postal ballot. In this, in addition to the polling done by the postal ballot by the workers engaged in the election work, the postal ballot being received by the post by the service voters. Postal ballots received by post by eight o'clock in the morning will also be included in the counting. After pre-scanning the postal ballot will be calculated on the RO table.

The Election Commission has issued instructions to all district election officials regarding counting of votes. It has been said that two rounds of counting will be done simultaneously. The counting of the next round will begin only after the RO announces the counting of one round. The Commission has also issued guidelines related to any defect in EVMs. It has been said that in case of any defect in the EVM or any dispute related to the EVM, it should be set aside. After the counting of votes from all the EVMs of the concerned area, a decision will be taken on the direction of the Commission.