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Jharkhand Legislative Assembly

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jharkhand Legislative Assembly
Legislative Assembly of Jharkhand
Type
Type
Term limits
5 years
Leadership
Vacant, INC
Vacant, BJP
Structure
Seats81
5th Jharkhand Legislative Assembly.svg
Political groups
Government (46)

MGB-UPA (46)[1]

  •      JMM (29)
  •      INC (16)
  •      RJD (1)

Support (7)

Opposition (25)

NDA (25)

  •      BJP (25)

Others (2)

Vacant (1)

  •      Vacant (1)
Elections
First past the post
Last election
2019
Next election
2024
Website
jharkhandvidhansabha.nic.in

The Jharkhand Vidhan Sabha or the Jharkhand Legislative Assembly is the unicameral state legislature of Jharkhand state in India. The seat of the Vidhan Sabha is at Ranchi, the capital of the state. The Vidhan Sabha comprises 81 Members of Legislative Assembly, directly elected from single-seat constituencies.

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Contents

Current Assembly

Party Seats
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha 29
Bharatiya Janata Party 25
Indian National Congress 16
Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (P) 3
All Jharkhand Students Union 2
Rashtriya Janata Dal 1
Nationalist Congress Party 1
Communist Party of India (ML) 1
Independent 2
Vacant 1
Total 81

Constituencies

S.No Constituency Elected MLA Party Remarks
1 Rajmahal Anant Kumar Ojha BJP
2 Borio Lobin Hembrom JMM
3 Barhait Hemant Soren JMM Chief Minister
4 Litipara Dinesh William Marandi JMM
5 Pakaur Alamgir Alam INC Cabinet Minister
6 Maheshpur Stephen Marandi JMM
7 Sikaripara Nalin Soren JMM
8 Nala Rabindra Nath Mahato JMM Speaker
9 Jamtara Irfan Ansari INC
10 Dumka Vacant
11 Jama Sita Murmu JMM
12 Jarmundi Badal INC
13 Madhupur Haji Hussain Ansari JMM
14 Sarath Randhir Kumar Singh BJP
15 Deoghar Narayan Das BJP
16 Poreyahat Pradeep Yadav JVM(P)
17 Godda Amit Kumar Mandal BJP
18 Mahagama Dipika Pandey Singh INC
19 Kodarma Dr. Neera Yadav BJP
20 Barkatha Amit Kumar Yadav Independent
21 Barhi Umashankar Akela INC
22 Barkagaon Amba Prasad INC
23 Ramgarh Mamta Devi INC
24 Mandu Jai Prakash Bhai Patel BJP
25 Hazaribagh Manish Jaiswal BJP
26 Simaria Kishun Kumar Das BJP
27 Chatra Satyanand Bhogta RJD Cabinet Minister
28 Dhanwar Babu Lal Marandi JVM(P)
29 Bagodar Vinod Kumar Singh CPI (ML)L
30 Jamua Kedar Hazra BJP
31 Gandey Dr. Sarfraz Ahmad JMM
32 Giridih Sudivya Kumar JMM
33 Dumri Jagarnath Mahto JMM
34 Gomia Lambodar Mahto AJSU
35 Bermo Rajendra Pd. Singh INC
36 Bokaro Biranchi Narayan BJP
37 Chandankiyari Amar Kumar Bauri BJP
38 Sindri Indrajit Mahato BJP
39 Nirsa Aparna Sengupta BJP
40 Dhanbad Raj Sinha BJP
41 Jharia Purnima Niraj Singh INC
42 Tundi Mathura Prasad Mahato JMM
43 Baghmara Dulu Mahato BJP
44 Baharagora Samir Kr. Mohanty JMM
45 Ghatsila Ramdas Soren JMM
46 Potka Sanjib Sardar JMM
47 Jugsalai Mangal Kalindi JMM
48 Jamshedpur East Saryu Roy Independent
49 Jamshedpur West Banna Gupta INC
50 Ichaghar Sabita Mahato JMM
51 Seraikella Champai Soren JMM
52 Chaibasai Deepak Birua JMM
53 Majhgaon Niral Purty JMM
54 Jaganathpur Sona Ram Sinku INC
55 Manoharpur Joba Majhi JMM
56 Chakradharpur Sukhram Oraon JMM
57 Kharsawan Dhasrath Gagai JMM
58 Tamar Vikas Kumar Munda JMM
59 Torpa Koche Munda BJP
60 Khunti Nilkanth Singh Munda BJP
61 Silli Sudhesh Kumar Mahto AJSU
62 Khijri Rajesh Kachhap INC
63 Ranchi Chandreshwar Prasad Singh BJP
64 Hatia Navin Jaiswal BJP
65 Kanke Sammari Lal BJP
66 Mandar Bandhu Tirkey JVM(P)
67 Sisai Jiga Susaran Horo JMM
68 Gumla Bhushan Tirkey JMM
69 Bishunpur Chamra Linda JMM
70 Simdega Bhushan Bara INC
71 Kolebira Naman Bixal Kongari INC
72 Lohardaga Rameshwar Oraon INC Cabinet Minister
73 Manika Ramachandra Singh INC
74 Latehar Baidyanath Ram JMM
75 Panki Kushwaha Shashi Bhusan Mehta BJP
76 Daltonganj Alok Kumar Chourasiya BJP
77 Bishrampur Ramachandra Chandravanshi BJP
78 Chhatarpur Pushpa Devi BJP
79 Hussainabad Kamlesh Kumar Singh NCP
80 Garhwa Mithilesh Kumar Thakur JMM
81 Bhawanathpur Bhanu Pratap Shahi BJP

See also

Notes

External links

References

  1. ^ "Mahagathbandhan inches towards majority with lead on 41 seat, BJP ahead on 30 seat". UniIndia.
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