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Jamshedpur East Constituency Result 2019: Saryu Roy wins

Jamshedpur East Constituency Result 2019 live: Jamshedpur East seat is the most keenly-watched constituency in the Jharkhand Assembly Election 2019, as Chief Minister Raghubar Das is contesting from the seat. Five-time MLA and incumbent CM Raghubar Das is pitted against Congress’s spokesperson and Professor Gourav Vallabh, who made to the fame with debate on $5 Trillion Economy. Here’re Jamshedpur East Constituency Result 2019 live updates:

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New Delhi Updated on: December 24, 2019 8:53 IST
Jamshedpur East Constituency Result 2019 LIVE: Saryu Roy

Jamshedpur East Constituency Result 2019 LIVE: Saryu Roy leads against Raghubar Das

Jamshedpur East Constituency Result 2019 live updates: Rebel BJP leader and Jharkhand strongman Saryu Roy is finally leading against incumbent Chief Minister Raghubar Das from the all-important constituency. Raghubar Das has held the seat for five times. Earlier, Raghubar Das was marginally leading by 156 votes from the Jamshedpur East seat. Jamshedpur East seat is the most keenly-watched constituency in the Jharkhand Assembly Election 2019, as Chief Minister Raghubar Das is contesting from the seat.

Five-time MLA and incumbent chief minister Raghubar Das is pitted against Congress’s spokesperson and Professor Gourav Vallabh, who made to the fame with debate on $5 Trillion Economy. Senior ex-BJP leader and incumbent MLA Saryu Roy who was denied BJP ticket, is contesting against CM Raghubar Das as an Independent candidate from the seat.

 Here’re Jamshedpur East Constituency Result 2019 live updates:​

 

Jharkhand-Jamshedpur East
Result Status: In Progress
O.S.N. Candidate Party EVM Votes Postal Votes Total Votes % of Votes
1 ABHAY SINGH Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantrik) 6694 0 6694 5.92
2 GOURAV VALLABH Indian National Congress 11,242 0 11,242 9.94
3 RAGHUBAR DAS Bharatiya Janata Party 38432 0 38432 33.99
4 SHANKAR PRATAP VISHWAKARMA Bahujan Samaj Party 620 0 620 0.55
5 ANAND KUMAR PATRALEKH Yuva Krantikari Party 238 0 238 0.21
6 INDRA HEMBRAM Rashtriya Deshaj Party 245 0 245 0.22
7 INDRAJIT KUMAR CHANDEL Right to Recall Party 182 0 182 0.16
8 TARKESHWAR TIWARY Shiv Sena 120 0 120 0.16
9 DEBJANI BISWAS Amra Bangalee 114 0 114 0.16
10 DHARMENDRA KUMAR SHARMA Rashtriya Jansambhavna Party 185 0 185 0.25
11 SOMRA TIRKEY Ambedkarite Party of India 225 0 225 0.31
12 Ishwari Rana Independent 166 0 166 0.23
13 Kunj Bibhar Independent 374 0 374 0.51
14 Gopal Lohar Independent 1165 0 1165 1.59
15 Gyan Sagar Prasad Independent 202 0 202 0.28
16 Dharmendra Kumar Singh Independent 426 0 426 0.58
17 Banty Kumar Singh Independent 316 0 316 0.43
18 Rajesh Kumar Sinha Independent 90 0 90 0.12
19 Vijay Kumar Singh Independent 176 0 176 0.24
20 Saryu Roy Independent 49026 0 49026 43.36
21 NOTA None of the Above 497 0 497 0.68
  Total   73252 0 73252

 

The term of the current Assembly will end on 5 January 2020. The 81 constituencies seat Jharkhand Assembly Election was being held in five phases between 30 November and 20 December with the counting of votes scheduled to take place on 23 December 2019.At present, the state is ruled by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in alliance with the All Jharkhand Students' Union (AJSU) under the leadership of Chief Minister Raghubar Das. In the 2014 Jharkhand Assembly Elections, Das beat Anand Bihari Dubey of Congress. Raghubar Das got 61.48 per cent of the votes.

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