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Manoharpur Vidhansabha Constituency, Jharkhand

Manoharpur assembly election district in Jharkhand state

We bring to you Manoharpur election results from 1977 to till date and map of Manoharpur Assembly Constituency of Jharkhand state.

Total No. of eligible voters in the Assembly seat:150580.

Assembly Election Results for Manoharpur:

2009 Results:

Winner Name

Political Party Name

Votes

GURU CHARAN NAYAK Bharatiya Janata Party 27360
NAVAMI ORAON Jharkhand Mukti Morcha 21090
JOBA MAJHI United Goans Democratic Party 20828
SALKHAN MURMU Nationalist Congress Party 6490
INDRAJIT SAMAD Jai Bharat Samanta Party 5397
SUSHIL BARLA Indian National Congress 5357
SUSHILA TOPPO (EKKA) Independent 2639
SALEM SUGAD BHUINYA Rashtriya Janata Dal 1470
TIKAM PRASAD NAYAK Ajeya Bharat Party 1457
SADHU CHARAN SAMAD Independent 980

Here are the results for Manoharpur Vidhansabha Constituency from 1977 to till date.

Year

Winner Name

Vote%

Party

Losing Candidate

Vote%

Party

2005 JOBA MAJHI 30.68 UGDP GURU CHARAN NAYAK 28.85 BJP
2000 JOBA MAJHI 35.34 UGDP SHIVA BODRA 24.56 BJP
1990 KRISHNA CHANDRA MUNDA 16.59 INC GOVIND CHANDRA PURTY 16.24 BJP
1985 DEVENDRA MANJHI 37.32 IND SATRUGHAN BODRA 21.33 INC
1980 RATNAKAR NAYAK 29.37 BJP MACHUWA GAGRAI 25.88 JMM
1977 RATNAKAR NAYAK 37.35 IND RASAI BHAWAR 22.81 JKP

Jharkhand Vidhansabha Constituencies 2009:

Phase I
(26 seats)

Phase II
(14 seats)

Phase III
(11 seats)

Phase IV
(14 seats)

Phase V
(16 seats)

1-Rajmahal 58-Tamar (ST) 35-Bermo 44-Baharagora 52-Chaibasa (ST)
2-Borio (ST) 61-Silli 36-Bokaro 45-Ghatsila (ST) 54-Jaganathpur (ST)
3-Barhait (ST) 62-Khijri (ST) 37-Chandankiyari (SC) 46-Potka (ST) 57-Kharsawan (ST)
4-Litipara (ST) 66-Mandar (ST) 28-Dhanwar 53-Majhgaon (ST) 51-Seraikella (ST)
5-Pakaur 34-Gomia 29-Bagodar 55-Manoharpur (ST) 80-Garhwa
6-Maheshpur (ST) 31-Gandey 30-Jamua (SC) 56-Chakradharpur (ST) 81-Bhawanathpur
16-Poreyahat 32-Giridih 25-Hazaribagh 50-Ichagarh 75-Panki
8-Nala 33-Dumri 7-Sikaripara (ST) 59-Torpa (ST) 76-Daltonganj
9-Jamtara 20-Barkatha 10-Dumka (ST) 67-Sisai (ST) 77-Bishrampur
13-Madhupur 21-Barhi 11-Jama (ST) 68-Gumla (ST) 78-Chhatarpur (SC)
14-Sarath 22-Barkagaon 12-Jarmundi 69-Bishunpur (ST) 79-Hussainabad
15-Deogarh (SC) 24-Mandu   70-Simdega (ST) 26-Simaria (SC)
17-Godda 23-Ramgarh   71-Kolebira (ST) 27-Chatra (SC)
18-Mahagama 19-Kodarma   72-Lohardaga (ST) 74-Latehar (SC)
63-Ranchi 60-Khunti (ST)     73-Manika (ST)
64-Hatia        
65-Kanke (SC)        
47-Jugsalai (SC)        
48-Jamsehdpur East        
49-Jamshedpur West        
38-Sindri        
39-Nirsa        
40-Dhanbad        
41-Jharia        
42-Tundi        
43-Baghmara        

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