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Chhattisgarh Assembly Election Results 2023: Constituency-wise full list of BJP and Congress winners

Chhattisgarh Assembly Election 2023 BJP, Congress Winner List: CM Bhupesh Baghel, former CM Dr Raman Singh, BJP state chief Arun Sao, Charan Das Mahant (Congress), Renuka Singh Saruta (BJP), Gomati Sai (BJP), Vishnu Deo Sai (BJP) and Kawasi Lakhma (Congress) are some of the key winners.

Varun Sharma Written By: Varun Sharma @Poldip Raipur Updated on: December 05, 2023 17:56 IST
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Image Source : INDIA TV Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel and former Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh.

Chhattisgarh Election 2023 Winners: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is all set to form government in Chhattisgarh after its landslide victory in the Assembly Election 2023. The counting of votes for the Assembly Elections in Chhattisgarh took place along with Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Telangana. The party won 54 seats in the state with a vote share of 46.27 per cent. The ruling Congress party won just 35 seats with a vote share of 42.23 per cent. Election Coverage  

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel won from the Patan constituency, while BJP candidate and former Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh won from the Rajnandgaon constituency. Meanwhile, Congress candidate Tamradhwaj Sahu lost to BJP's Lalit Chandrakar from Durg Rural. Deputy Chief Minister TS Singh Deo (Congress) also lost his Ambikapur seat to BJP's Rajesh Agrawal. Other prominent winners are Arun Sao (BJP) from Lormi, Charan Das Mahant (Congress) from Sakti, Renuka Singh Saruta (BJP) from Bharatpur-Sonhat, Gomati Sai (BJP) from Pathalgaon, Brijmohan Agarwal (BJP) from Raipur City South and Vishnu Deo Sai (BJP) from Kunkuri.

Earlier, tyhe Election Commission announced that the counting of votes for Mizoram would take place on December 4 (Monday) instead of December 3 (Sunday). The Assembly Elections in these five states were held between November 7 and November 30. Chhattisgarh has 90 Assembly seats. In the state, 10 seats are set aside for Scheduled Castes (SCs) and 29 seats are reserved for Scheduled Tribes (STs). In Chhattisgarh, there are 2,03,60,240 general voters and 19,839 service voters. Thus, according to the electoral rolls, there are 2,03,80,079 electors overall. 

The two major political parties in Chhattisgarh were Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The other two major parties in the fray were the Janta Congress Chhattisgarh (JCC) and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), which is led by Mayawati. With 68 seats won in the 2018 Chhattisgarh Assembly Elections, the Congress led by Bhupesh Baghel formed the government. The BJP won only 15 seats. Dr Raman Singh's BJP won three straight elections in 2003, 2008, and 2013 in the state. 

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel (Congress), former Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh (BJP), Tamradhwaj Sahu (Congress), Deputy Chief Minister TS Singh Deo (Congress), Vijay Baghel (BJP), Dharamlal Kaushik (BJP), Deepak Baij (Congress), Arun Sao (BJP), Renuka Singh Saruta (BJP) and Charan Das Mahant (Congress) were some of the key candidates in Chhattisgarh. 

Here is the complete list of constituency-wise winners in Chhattisgarh:

Chhattisgarh Assembly Election Winners 2023
Constituency Number Constituency Name Winning Candidate and Party Margin
1. Bharatpur-Sonhat Renuka Singh Saruta (BJP) 4,919
2. Manendragarh Shyam Bihari Jaiswal (BJP) 11,880
3. Baikunthpur Bhaiya Lal Rajwade (BJP) 25,413
4. Premnagar Bhulan Singh Marabi (BJP) 33,290
5. Bhatgaon Laxmi Rajwade (BJP) 43,962
6. Pratappur Shakuntala Singh Portey (BJP) 11,708
7. Ramanujganj Ram Vichar Netam (BJP) 29,663
8. Samri Udhheshwari Paikra (BJP) 13,943
9. Lundra Prabodh Minz (BJP) 24,128
10. Ambikapur Rajesh Agrawal (BJP) 94
11. Sitapur Ramkumar Toppo (BJP) 17,160
12. Jashpur Raimuni Bhagat (BJP) 17,645
13. Kunkuri Vishnu Deo Sai (BJP) 25,541
14. Pathalgaon Gomati Sai (BJP) 255
15. Lailunga Vidyawati Sidar (Congress) 4,176
16. Raigarh Om Prakash Choudhary (BJP) 64,443
17. Sarangarh Uttari Ganpat Jangde (Congress) 29,695
18. Kharsia Umesh Patel (Congress) 21,656
19. Dharamjaigarh Laljeet Singh Rathia (Congress) 9,637
20. Rampur Phool Singh Rathiya (Congress) 22,859
21. Korba Lakhanlal Devangan (BJP) 25,629
22. Katghora Premchand Patel (BJP) 16,900
23. Pali-Tanakhar Tuleshwar Hira Singh Markam (GGP) 714
24. Marwahi  Pranav Kumar Marpachi (BJP) 12,078
25. Kota Atal Shrivastava (Congress) 7,957
26. Lormi Arun Sao (BJP) 45,891
27. Mungeli Punnulal Mohle (BJP) 11,781
28. Takhatpur Dharamjeet Singh (BJP) 14,892
29. Bilha Dharamlal Kaushik (BJP) 8,957
30. Bilaspur Amar Agarwal (BJP) 28,959
31. Beltara Shushant Shukla (BJP)  16,963
32. Masturi  Dilip Lahariya (Congress) 20,141
33. Akaltara Raghavendra Kumar Singh (Congress) 22,758
34. Janjgir-Champa Byas Kashyap (Congress) 6,971
35. Sakti Charan Das Mahant (Congress) 12,395
36. Chandrapur Ramkumar Yadav (Congress) 15,976
37. Jaijaipur Baleshwar Sahu (Congress) 25,922
38. Pamgarh Sheshraj Harvansh (Congress) 16,174
39. Saraipali Chaturi Nand (Congress) 41,888
40. Basna Sampat Agrawal (BJP) 36,793
41. Khallari Dwarikadhish Yadav (Congress) 37,119
42. Mahasamund Yogeshwar Raju Sinha (BJP) 16,152
43. Bilaigarh Kavita Pran Lahrey (Congress) 17,939
44. Kasdol Sandeep Sahu (Congress) 33,765
45. Baloda Bazar Tank Ram Verma (BJP) 14,746
46. Bhatapara Indra Sao (Congress) 11,316
47. Dharsiwa Anuj Sharma (BJP) 44,343
48. Raipur City Gramin Motilal Sahu (BJP) 35,750
49. Raipur City West Rajesh Munat (BJP) 41,229
50. Raipur City North Purandar Mishra (BJP) 23,054
51. Raipur City South Brijmohan Agrawal (BJP) 67,719
52. Arang Guru Khushwant Saheb (BJP) 16,538
53. Abhanpur Indra Kumar Sahu (BJP) 15,553
54. Rajim Rohit Sahu (BJP) 11,911
55. Bindranawagarh Janak Ram Dhruw (Congress) 816
56. Sihawa Ambika Markam (Congress) 13,166
57. Kurud Ajay Chandrakar (BJP) 8,090
58. Dhamtari Onkar Sahu (Congress) 2,606
59. Sanjari Balod Sangeeta Sinha (Congress) 17,046
60. Dondi Lohara Anila Bhendia (Congress) 35,579
61. Gunderdehi Kunwer Singh Nishad (Congress) 14,863
62. Patan Bhupesh Baghel (Congress) 19,723
63. Durg Gramin Lalit Chandrakar (BJP) 16,642
64. Durg City Gajendra Yadav (BJP) 48,697
65. Bhilai Nagar Devendra Yadav (Congress) 1,264
66. Vaishali Nagar Rikesh Sen (BJP) 40,074
67. Ahiwara Domanlal Korsewada (BJP) 25,263
68. Saja Ishwar Sahu (BJP) 5,196
69. Bemetara Dipesh Sahu (BJP) 9,134
70. Navagarh Dayal Das Baghel (BJP) 15,177
71. Pandariya Bhawna Bohra (BJP) 26,398
72. Kawardha Vijay Sharma (BJP) 39,592
73. Khairagarh Yashoda Nilamber Verma (Congress) 5,634
74. Dongargarh Harshita Swami Baghel (Congress) 14,367
75. Rajnandgaon Dr Raman Singh (BJP) 45,084
76. Dongargaon Daleshwar Sahu (Congress) 2,789
77. Khujji Bholaram Sahu (Congress) 25,944
78. Mohala-Manpur Indrashah Mandavi (Congress) 31,741
79. Antagarh Vikram Usendi (BJP) 23,710
80. Bhanupratappur Savitri Manoj Mandavi (Congress) 30,932
81. Kanker Asha Ram Netam (BJP) 16
82. Keshkal Neelkanth Tekam (BJP) 5,560
83. Kondagaon Lata Usendi (BJP) 18,572
84. Narayanpur Kedar Kashyap (BJP) 19,188
85. Bastar Baghel Lakeshwar (Congress) 6,434
86. Jagdalpur Kiran Deo (BJP) 29,834
87. Chitrakot Vinayak Goyal (BJP) 8,370
88. Dantewara Chaitram Atami (BJP) 16,803
89. Bijapur Vikram Mandavi (Congress) 2,706
90 Konta Kawasi Lakhma (Congress) 1,981
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