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2014 Loksabha in Bihar

Updated on September 24, 2014

Bihar

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Bihar

Bihar ,having a population (2011) of 103,804,637 in an area of 94,163 km2 , consists of 38 districts.It has 40 parliamentary constituencies or loksabhas.Legislature is bicameral comprising of 243 and 73 seats. Governor is D. Y. Patill and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is from JDU. Literacy is 63.82% which is 28th in respect of all the sattes.

2009 Loksabha Result

No and Name of PC
MP
Party
1 Valmiki Nagar
Baidyanath Prasad Mahto
JDU
2 Paschim Champaran
Sanjay Jaiswal
BJP
3 Purvi Champaran
Radha Mohan Singh
BJP
4 Sheohar
Rama Devi
BJP
5 Sitamarhi
Arjun Roy
JDU
6 Madhubani
Hukmadeo Narayan Yadav
BJP
7 Jhanjharpur
Mangani Lal Mandal
JDU
8 Supaul
Vishwa Mohan Kumar
JDU
9 Araria
Pradeep Kumar Singh
BJP
10 Kishanganj
Mohammad Asrarul Haque
INC
11 Katihar
Nikhil Kumar Choudhary
BJP
12 Purnia
Uday Singh
BJP
13 Madhepura
Sharad Yadav
JDU
14 Darbhanga
Kirti Azad
BJP
15 Muzaffarpur
Jai Narain Prasad Nishad
JDU
16 Vaishali
Raghuvansh Prasad Singh
RJD
17 Gopalganj
Purnmasi Ram
JDU
18 Siwan
Om Prakash Yadav
Independent
19 Maharajganj
Uma Shankar Singh (died January 2013)
RJD
19 Maharajganj
Prabhunath Singh (June 2013 bye-elections)
RJD
20 Saran
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21 Hajipur
Ram Sundar Das
JDU
22 Ujiarpur
Aswamedh Devi
JDU
23 Samastipur
Maheshwar Hazari
JDU
24 Begusarai
Monazir Hassan
JDU
25 Khagaria
Dinesh Chandra Yadav
JDU
26 Bhagalpur
Syed Shahnawaz Hussain
BJP
27 Banka
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Independent
27 Banka
Putul Kumari
Independent
28 Munger
Rajiv Ranjan Singh Alias Lalan Singh
JDU
29 Nalanda
Kaushalendra Kumar
JDU
30 Patna Sahib
Shatrughan Sinha
BJP
31 Pataliputra
Ranjan Prasad Yadav
JDU
32 Arrah
Meena Singh
JDU
33 Buxar
Jagada Nand Singh
RJD
34 Sasaram
Meira Kumar
INC
35 Karakat
Mahabali Singh
JDU
36 Jahanabad
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37 Aurangabad
Sushil Kumar Singh
JDU
38 Gaya
Hari Manjhi
BJP
39 Nawada
Bhola Singh
BJP
40 Jamui
Bhudeo Choudhary
JDU

2014 Loksabha in Bihar :- An Account

JDU got 24.1%,BJP got 13.9%,RJD got 19.3%,Congress got 10.3%,LJP got 6.5 % and BSP got 4.4% votes in Bihar 2009 Loksabha.Most Backward Caste is 32%,upper caste is 25.5%,Muslim is 16.5%,Yadav is 13% and Mahadalit is 13% .Bihar is genally cast caste-wise.Castes are divided among themselves to give their opinion communally.Upper caste is in the saffron side.Muslim community favours the alliance of Congress-RJD which ,a fresh power seems to grasp the support of Mahadalits who were once blind followers of JDU.Ram Bilas Paswan’s LJP has no influence over the Mahadalits.LJP holds the support of Dussadhs community.

BJP is trying to establish the face of Narendra Modi openly as their campaign.But Lalu Prasad Yadav tells Economics Times that No NaMo (Narendra Modi) wave exists truly in public.It is a media hype that has been created to befool the people.Corporate sectors,annoyed with the government of Congress in Centre have invested a huge amount of rupees to the succession of Nanendra Modi to the throne of Delhi.Nitish Kumar has left the hand of BJP when he understands his political career is finished as he had been working with BJP for 17 years.He is trying to show him as secular.

Mr Nitish Kumar divorced BJP, an ally for a long time of 17 years.This is going to be a boomerang to him .He thinks to grasp the Muslim votes leaving BJP.But exit poll of NDTV shows that Kumar seems to lose 16 seats which were won in 2009 when he fought inBihar against RJD-Congress alliance forming a combination with BJP.According to NDTV exit poll,BJP is going to win 24,RJD-congress 12 and Nitish’s JDU only 4.

RJD Chief Lalu Prasad Yadav

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Result of Previous Loksabha

Year
Bharatiya Janata Party
Congress
Independent
Janata Dal United
Rashtriya Janata Dal
CPIM
CPI
Lok Jan Shakti Party
Samata Party
AIRJP
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha(JMM)
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha(SP)
IPF
Marxist (CO-Ordination)
janata party secular
Janata Dal
Jharkhand Party
Bharatiya Lok Dal (BLD)
2009
12
2
2
20
4
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2004
5
3
 
6
22
 
 
4
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1999
23
4
1
18
7
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1998
20
5
 
1
17
 
 
 
10
1
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1996
18
2
1
22
 
 
 
 
6
 
1
1
 
 
 
 
 
 
1991
5
1
 
31
 
1
8
 
 
 
6
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1989
8
4
 
32
 
1
4
 
 
 
3
 
1
1
 
 
 
 
1984
 
48
1
 
 
 
2
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1980
 
30
2
 
 
 
4
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
5
8
1
 
1977
 
 
1
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1
52
Indian Congress (J) (ICJ) , Janata Party (JNP),Lok Dal (LKD) 1 each in 1984.

Result of 1971 Loksabha

Year
Congress
CPI
Bharatiya Janasangh
Independent
Telangana Praja Samithi
Swatantra
Jharkhand Party
1971
39
5
2
1
3
2
1

Previous Result of Loksabha

Party
1967
1962
1957
1951
Congress
34
39
34
37
Independent
4
 
1
1
CPI
5
1
 
 
Janta Party
 
3
 
 
Swatantra
7
7
 
 
Pragatisheel Party
1
2
2
 
Socialist
 
1
 
2
Chota Nagpur Santhal Parganas Janta Party (CNSPJP)
 
 
3
1
Jharkhand Party
 
 
5
2
Lok Sewak Sangh
 
 
 
1
Jana Kranti Dal
1
 
 
 

JDU Chief Nitish Kumar

Poll Dates

10/04/2014

Sasaram

Karakat

Aurangabad

Gaya

Nawada

Jamui

17/04/2014

Munger

Nalanda

Patna Sahib

Pataliputra

Arrah

Buxar

Jahanabad

24/04/2014

Supaul

Araria

Kishanganj

Katihar

Purnia

Bhagalpur

Banka

30/04/2014

Madhubani

Jhanjharpur

Madhepura

Darbhanga

Samastipur

Begusarai

Khagaria

07/05/2014

Sheohar

Sitamarhi

Muzaffarpur

Maharajganj

Saran

Hajipur

Ujiarpur

12/05/2014

Valmiki Nagar

Paschim Champaran

Purvi Champaran

Vaishali

Gopalganj

Siwan

2014 Bihar Byelection

Two enemies made a friendship and got the idea ,’united we stand, divided we fall’. Lalu Prasad Yadav, the leader of Rashtriya Janata Dal and Nitish Kumar ,the leader of Janata Dal United made an ally against Bharatiya Janata Party for the election in 10 assembly seats in Bihar after the posts were vacant due to Loksabha election in May to accumulate Muslim-Yadav-Backward Caste votes together.They took Indian National Congress as part of their alliance. This gave them success. They got six seats out of ten while Bharatiya Janata Party managed to win only four . Mr Kumar left 17-year partner BJP before the party formally announced Mr Modi as its prime ministerial candidate.Lalu Yadav tweeted , "I thank the people of Bihar for making the alliance win. Voters across the country have rectified the mistakes made in Lok Sabha elections."

BJP won 31 Loksabha seats in 2014 Loksabha and surprisingly eight seats out of these ten assembly seats. RJD had fought with Congress and NCP to win 7Loksabhas.Single JD(U) won 2 Loksabha seats .RJD won on 3 and JD(U) in 1 in 2010 Assembly by election.In this election , BJP won Narkatiaganj, Hajipur, Banka and Mohania (SC) seats. RJD of Lalu Prasad won in Rajnagar (SC), Chapra and Mohiuddinagar. Ruling JD(U) won in Jale and Parbatta , Congress won Bhagalpur which was in BJP’s favour. Shahnawaz Hussain, a prominent BJP leader of Bihar "The result is not as we expected. The state BJP takes responsibility," The poll which took place on 21st August , managed unhealthy 47 percentage .

Lalu and Nitish Celebrating By Poll Victory

Winners In Bihar Byelection Result

Constituency
Winner
Votes
Party
Banka
Ram Narayan Mandal
48651
BJP
Bhagalpur
Ajeet Sharma
63753
INC
Chapra
Randhir Kumar Singh
55787
RJD
Hajipur
Awadhesh Singh
52728?
BJP
Jale
Rishi Mishra
47284
JD(U)
Mohania
Niranjan Ram
61560
BJP
Mohiuddinnagar
Ajay Kumar Bulganin
56232
RJD
Narkatiaganj
Rashmi Varma
64602
BJP
Parbatta
Ramanand Prasad Singh
94374
JD(U)
Rajnagar
Rama Watar Paswan
58495
RJD

Candidates Who Lost Bihar By Election

Constituencies
Runners
Votes
Party
161 Banka
Iqbal Hussain Ansari
47940
RJD
156 Bhagalpur
Nabhay Kumar Choudhuri
46524
BJP
118 Chhapra
C.N.Gupta
31681
Nirdal
123 Hajipur
Rajinder Roy
41451?
JDU
87 Jale
Ram Nibas Prasad
39564
BJP
Mohania
Chandra Shekhar Paswan
41709
JDU
137 Mohiruiddin
Nagar Rajesh Kumar Sing
34702
BJP
3 Narkatiaganj
Fakruddin Khan
48860
INC
151parbatta
Suheli
37384
Lok Jana Shakti Party
37 Rajnagar
Ramprit Paswan
55047
BJP
Chapra (BJP Kanaiha Sing =25328)

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