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mini The polls of 2009 will mark the 15th Lok Sabha Electionmini Voting scheduled from Apr 16th to May 13th, with Results on May 16thmini 714 million voters, 43m more than elections of 2004mini 8,28,804 polling stations, 1.36m EVMs, 4m civic officials, 2.1m security officialsmini Photo electoral rolls to be used for first time in 522 of total 543 constituenciesmini Total expenditure estimated to be around Rs. 10,000 croremini A polling booth in the interiors of Gir forest in Junagadh has one votermini In Chhattisgarh, one polling booth has been made for just two votersmini In Arunachal Pradesh, three booths have been made for three voters each


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40 Lok Sabha seats & Constituencies of Bihar

The new delimitation map for Lok Sabha election in Bihar

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Click here for 2009 Bihar Election Results!

Bihar Assembly Elections 2010 coverage can be found here.

India's 12th largest state of Bihar goes to poll in four phases on April 16th, 23rd, 30th and May 7th. Bihar has a total of 40 Lok Sabha constituencies, but some constituencies will now have an altogether different boundary or name for India election 2009 because of the new delimitation rules. Some of these are Valmiki Nagar, Paschim Champaran, Purvi Champaran and Supaul.

Bihar elections, which once used to be a stronghold of Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) led by Laloo Prasad Yadav, has now seen the emergence of a viable competition in the form of Nitish Kumar and NDA. As of now, the RJD has tied up with LJP, led by Ram Bilas Paswan, and have left their previous ally Congress in a lurch. It is noticiable that in the last elections, the RJD-Congress combine almost swept the elections by winning 23 seats. Hence, their fighting the Lok Sabha elections 2009 separately, is surely going to help the NDA. This clearly opens up the election, which will now be fought between three contenders, The BJP & Nitish's Janata Dal(U) combine, The Congress and the RJD-LJP Alliance.

The goins is not going to be very easy for Laloo Prasad Yadav this time, as his proven formula of concentrating on Yadav-Muslim combine votes, seems too little to help him out this term. The major vote factors, the EBC or extremely backward castes, have been said to move towards the Nitish camp and with the Nitish Govt offering them 18% reservations in the Panchayat elections, it'd be tough for Laloo to wean away the votes of EBC from Nitish's camp.

Bihar Constituency Profile for 2009 Elections:

Owing to the new delimitation rules, which have been put into effect for the first time for India 2009 Parliamentary elections, Bihar will see some new constituencies. Although the number remains as 40, which is similar to the number in 2004 elections, some new boundaries have been created.

Here's a list of 40 Constituencies in Bihar after the new delimitation rules:

Constituency

Costituency

Constituency

1 - KISHANGANJ 2 - KATIHAR 3 - BHAGALPUR
4 - BANKA 5 - JAMUI (SC) 6 - NAWADA
7 - GAYA (SC) 8 - AURANGABAD 9 - KARAKAT
10 - SASARAM (SC) 11 - BUXAR 12 - ARRAH
13 - JAHANABAD 14 - NALANDA 15 - MUNGER
16 - BEGUSARAI 17 - KHAGARIA 18 - MADHEPURA
19 - PURNIA 20 - ARARIA 21 - SUPAUL
22 - JHANJHARPUR 23 - DARBHANGA 24 - SAMASTIPUR
25 - UJIARPUR 26 - HAJIPUR 27 - PATNA SAHIB
28 - PATALIPUTRA 29 - SARAN 30 - MAHARAJGANJ
31 - SIWAN 32 - GOPALGANJ (SC) 33 - PURVI CHAMPARAN
34 - VAISHALI 35 - MUZAFFARPUR 36 - MADHUBANI
37 - SITAMARHI 38 - SHEOHAR 39 - PASCHIM CHAMPARAN
40 - VALMIKI NAGAR
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2004 Results from Bihar:

If you are among those who look at past results, to get a trend for this year's election, then here's the tally of seats bagged by political parties in Bihar during 2004 elections.

You can view the complete Bihar election results to see who won and who lost from 1951 to till date.

Political Party

No. of Seats

Some Facts

RJD 19 Total Voters: 50553503
JD(U) 6 Total Candidates: 462
BJP 5 Total Polling %: 59.03
LJP 4  
Congress 3  

MP's who won in 2004 from Bihar:

Didn't see the MP's in your constituency in the past 5 years? Well, here's a chance to know the MP's whom you got elected in 2004 General Elections from Bihar.

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Name

Party

Constituency

No. of Voters

Polling %

Winning Margin

Kailash Baitha

Kailash Baitha

JD(U) Bagaha 570822   65375

Raghunath Jha

Raghunath Jha

RJD Bettiah 569909   24671

Akhilesh P. Singh

Akhilesh P. Singh

RJD Motihari 679090   97024

Sadhu Yadav

Sadhu Yadav

RJD Gopalganj 1231178 56.41 192919

Mohd. Shahabuddin

Mohd. Shahabuddin

RJD Siwan 1054441 67.18 103777

Prabhunath Singh

Prabhunath Singh

JD(U) Maharajganj 1114665 59.61 46465

Lalu P. Yadav

Lalu P. Yadav

RJD Chapra 446101   60423

Ram Vilas Paswan

Ram Vilas Paswan

LJNSP Hajipur 1208834 64 237801

Raghuvansh P Singh

Raghuvansh P Singh

RJD Vaishali 1197345 62.35 105935

George Fernandes

George Fernandes

JD(U) Muzaffarpur 1237345 63.37 9693

Sitaram Yadav

Sitaram Yadav

RJD Sitamarhi 1265132 54.61 98005

Sitaram Singh

Sitaram Singh

RJD Sheohar 1214428 54.87 73883

Shakeel Ahmad

Shakeel Ahmad

INC Madhubani 1257633 55.27 87079

Devendra P Yadav

Devendra P Yadav

RJD Jhanjharpur 1163817 60.51 12835

Ali Ashraf Fatmi

Ali Ashraf Fatmi

RJD Darbhanga 1202100 63.44 143463

Ram Chandra Paswan

Ram Chandra Paswan

LJNSP Rosera 713798   138411

Alok Kumar Mehta

Alok Kumar Mehta

RJD Samastipur 1433793 54.64 12173

Vijay Krishna

Vijay Krishna

RJD Barh 864102   37688

Suraj Singh

Suraj Singh

LJNSP Balia 632343   76227

Ranjeet Ranjan

Ranjeet Ranjan

LJNSP Saharsa 738280   30787

Lalu Prasad

Lalu Prasad

RJD Madhepura 1187490 58.58 69987

Sukdeo paswan

Sukdeo paswan

BJP Araria 1184959 55.06 27744

Taslimuddin

Taslimuddin

RJD Kishanganj 1278476 63.62 160497

Uday Signh

Uday Signh

BJP Purnea 709015   12883

Nikhil K Choudhary

Nikhil K Choudhary

INC Katihar 1158042 60.83 2565

Giridhari Yadav

Giridhari Yadav

RJD Banka 1213691 58.82 4669

Sushil K Modi

Sushil K Modi

BJP Bhagalpur 1388037 54.56 117853

Rabindra K. Rana

Rabindra K. Rana

RJD Khagaria 1197045 56.47 67123

Jay P N Yadav

Jay P N Yadav

RJD Monghyr 1310042 67.4 127303

Rajiv Ranjan Singh

Rajiv Ranjan Singh

JD(U) Begusarai 1278758 53.07 281071

Nitish Kumar

Nitish Kumar

JD(U) Nalanda 1311901 68.23 102396

Ram Kripal Yadav

Ram Kripal Yadav

RJD Patna 1741220 51.78 38562

Kanti Singh

Kanti Singh

RJD Arrah 1359515 57.92 149743

Lalmuni Chaubey

Lalmuni Chaubey

BJP Buxar 1222441 53.1 54866

Kailash Baitha

Mira Kumar

INC Sasaram 1291800 53.98 258262

Ajit K. Singh

Ajit K. Singh

JD(U) Bikramganj 1298224 54.62 58801

Nikhil Kumar

Nikhil Kumar

INC Aurangabad 1401973 54.73 7460

Ganesh P Singh

Ganesh P Singh

RJD Jahanabad 1246756 69.29 46438

Virchandra Prasad

Virchandra Prasad

RJD Nawada 1505544 67.09 56006

Rajesh K. Manjhi

Rajesh K. Manjhi

RJD Gaya 1436323 61.5 102934
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