Bihar Assembly Election 2015

Nitish Kumar takes oath as Bihar CM

Janata Dal-United (JD-U) leader Nitish Kumar, who led the Grand Alliance to victory in the assembly elections, took oath as the chief minister of Bihar for the fifth time.

Overseen by Governor Ram Nath Kovind, Nitish Kumar took the oath of office and secrecy in the name of God in Hindi at the sprawling Gandhi Maidan.

Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Lalu Prasad's sons Tejaswi Yadav and Tej Pratap Yadav then took oath as ministers.

The event was attended by a galaxy of opposition leaders from across the country, including chief ministers of half-a-dozen states and former prime minister H.D. Deve Gowda.

Representing Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the dais at the event was central minister M. Venkaiah Naidu.

The ceremony attended by nine chief ministers, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, Nationalist Congress Party president Sharad Pawar, former prime minister H.D. Deve Gowda and leaders of several other political parties.

List of Nitish Kumar's Cabinet Ministers with portfolios

Name Portfolio Party
Nitish Kumar Chief Minister, Home, General Administration, Cabinet Secretariat,
Vigilance, Information and Public Relations
JDU
Tejashwi Yadav Deputy Chief Minister, Road construction, Building construction,
Backward and Extremely Backward Welfare
RJD
Tej Pratap Yadav Health, Water resources, Environment and Forest RJD
Abdul Bari Siddiqui Finance RJD
Bijendra Pratap Yadav Power, Commerce and Tax JDU
Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lallan Singh Water Resources, Planning and Development JDU
Ashok Choudhary Education, Information and Broadcasting Congress
Sharawan Kumar Rural Development, Parliamentary Affairs JDU
Jay Kumar Singh Industries, Science and Technology JDU
Alok Kumar Mehta Cooperative Department RJD
Chandrika Rai Transport RJD
Awdesh Kumar Singh Animal Husbandry and Fisheries Congress
Krishna Nandan Prasad Verma Public health (Lok Swasthya Abhiyantran Vidhi) JDU
Maheshwar Hazari Urban Development JDU
Abdul Jalil Mastan Registration, Excise and Prohibition Ministry Congress
Ram Vichar Rai Irrigation RJD
Sheo Chander Ram Youth, Arts and Culture RJD
Dr Madan Mohan Jha Treasury and Land Development Congress
Shailesh Kumar Rural Work JDU
Kumari Manju Verma Social Welfare JDU
Santosh Kumar Nirala SC and ST Welfare JDU
Abdul Gafoor Minority Welfare RJD
Chandrashekhar Disaster Management RJD
Khurshid alias Firoz Ahmad Sugarcane Industries JDU
Muneshwar Chaudhary Mining RJD
Madan Sahni Food and Consumer Protection JDU
Kapildeo Kamat Panchayati Raj JDU
Anita Devi Tourism RJD
Vijay Prakash Labour Department RJD


Bihar election Result 2015
Party Results
TMC 211
JDU+RJD+ 178
AIADMK 134


Nitish-Lalu have huge task at hand

Now that the burning issue of 'Bihari vs Bahari' (outsiders) has been settled with the Grand Alliance scoring an emphatic win in assembly election, it will be in order for Nitish Kumar, the CM designate, to take effective control over administration.

It is also time to forget the acrimony and rancour that erupted between the JD(U)-RJD leaders and PM Modi's team during the election and revive a spirt of conviviality for the speedy growth of Bihar.

But all said and done, Nitish Kumar who has achieved a rare hatrick as CM of a divisive state like Bihar (2005, 2010, 2015) will have to muster enough politcal acumen to reign in the potential trouble-makers from the RJD camp.

The Bihar assembly election 2015 has bugled the return of RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav to centre stage of national politics as his party is now the single largest entity in the new legislature.

Make no mistake, that Lalu will waste no time to take potshots at PM Modi whose hectic campaign rallies had very little impact on the Biharis who seemed put off with the tone and tenor of high-decibel rhetoric from the BJP hotheads.

What may be a cause of concern for Nitish Kumar is that his development objectives and growth vision for Bihar may take a backseat if RJD's 'rising sons' -- Tejaswi Yadav and Tej Pratap -- are going to dictate terms from the word 'go'.

However, Nitish cannot ignore the reality that he needs the back-up support from Lalu Yadav who has become a 'larger-than-life' patriarch in Bihar politics now. Besides, RJD supremo commands the support of a large voter base comprising OBCs, Yadavs, Dalits and Muslims too, if the election trend is any indication.

While caste arithmetic has once again triumphed in Bihar assembly election, one cannot fail to ignore the fact that people have voted for the development agenda that was espoused by Nitish and Co.

Nitish cannot afford to wast any moment from now onwards. People have once again voted overwhelmingly the JD(U) alliance to power in the hope that Bihar will be fast-tracked into economic and social growth by wooing investment from corporates.

The educated youth need jobs. But employment is possible only if there are proactive steps to set up industries, promote agro-based enterprises and set up educational institutions that can turn out skilled people.

Nitish knows better than anyone that much is yet to be accomplished to make Bihar a progressive state with right climate for investment across the industrial sectors.

The JD(U) chief needs to develop a strong rapport with BJP leadership at the Centre to set up a cordial network in which central funds are channelised without delay or procedural hassles from New Delhi.

Testing times for Modi-Shah duo

Already the knives are out against PM Modi and BJP president Amit Shah for the style of campaigning with high rhetoric in Bihar polls which cost the party dearly. BJP veterans led by former president Lal Kishan Advani and others have shot off a letter calling for an internal debate and reivew of the party functioning following the poll debacle.

There are suggestions, claims, counter-claims and rejoinders from various quarters, and the top leadership is being pilloried for the dismal show at the Bihar polls.

However, credit must be given to Nitish Kumar for taking a bold initiative to forge a broad alliance with his once bitter rival RJD's Lalu Prasad Yadav which titled the scales against the BJP-led NDA.

A combination of caste arithmetic, clever campaign and development issues has made all the positive differences for the Grand Alliance. Whereas much to the chagrin of the voters, the BJP harped on sensitive subjects like beef issue, reservation and minority problems that pushed even fence sitters to the Nitsh camp.

It will be do a world-of-good for Modi-Shah duo if they earnestly work on course correction and redirect the party for the cause of national progress with a healthy democracy.

Bihar Assembly Election Constituencies Map

Bihar Assembly Election Constituencies Map 2015

Bihar Assembly Election Results 2015

Constituency Winner Runner up
Agiaon Prabhu Nath Prasad (JD(U) ) Shivesh Kumar (BJP )
Alamnagar Narendra Narayan Yadav (JD(U) ) Chandan Singh (LJP )
Alauli Chandan Kumar (RJD ) Pashupati Kumar Paras (LJP )
Alinagar Abdul Bari Siddiqui (RJD ) Mishri Lal Yadav (BJP )
Amarpur Janardan Manjhi (JD(U) ) Mrinal Shekhar (BJP )
Amnour Shatrudhan Tiwary (BJP ) Krishan Kumar Mantoo (JD(U) )
Amour Abdul Jalil Mastan (INC ) Saba Zafar (BJP )
Araria Avidur Rahman (INC ) Ajay Kumar Jha (LJP )
Arrah Mohammad Nawaz Alam (RJD ) Amrendra Pratap Singh (BJP )
Arwal Ravindra Singh (RJD ) Chitranjan Kumar (BJP )
Asthawan Jitendra Kumar (JD(U) ) Chhote Lal Yadav (LJP )
Atri Kunti Devi (RJD ) Arvind Kumar Singh (LJP )
Aurai Surendra Kumar (RJD ) Ram Surat Ray (BJP )
Aurangabad Anand Shankar Singh (INC ) Ramadhar Singh (BJP )
Babubarhi Kapil Deo Kamat (JD(U) ) Binod Kumar Singh (LJP )
Bachwara Ramdeo Rai (INC ) Arvind Kumar Singh (LJP )
Bagaha Raghaw Sharan Pandey (BJP ) Bhishm Sahani (JD(U) )
Bahadurganj M.D. Tauseef Alam (INC ) Awadh Bihari Singh (BJP )
Bahadurpur Bhola Yadav (RJD ) Hari Sahani (BJP )
Baikunthpur Mithilesh Tiwari (BJP ) Manjeet Kumar Singh (JD(U) )
Baisi Abdus Subhan (RJD ) Binod Kumar (IND )
Bajpatti Dr. Ranju Geeta (JD(U) ) Rekha Kumari (RLSP )
Bakhri Upendra Paswan (RJD ) Ramanand Ram (BJP )
Bakhtiarpur Ranvijay Singh (BJP ) Aniruddh Kumar (RJD )
Balrampur Mahboob Alam (CPI(ML)(L) ) Barun Kumar Jha (BJP )
Baniapur Kedar Nath Singh (RJD ) Tarkeshwar Singh (BJP )
Banka Ram Narayan Mandal (BJP ) Zafrul Hoda (RJD )
Bankipur Nitin Naveen (BJP ) Kumar Ashish (INC )
Banmankhi Krishna Kumar Rishi (BJP ) Sanjiv Kumar Paswan (RJD )
Barachatti Samta Devi (RJD ) Sudha Devi (LJP )
Barari Neeraj Kumar (RJD ) Bibhash Chandra Chaudhary (BJP )
Barauli Md Nematullah (RJD ) Ramprawesh Rai (BJP )
Barbigha Sudarshan Kumar (INC ) Sheo Kumar (RLSP )
Barh Gyanendra Kumar Singh (BJP ) Manoj Kumar (JD(U) )
Berhampur Shambhu Nath Yadav (RJD ) Vivek Thakur (BJP )
Barhara Saroj Yadav (RJD ) Aasha Devi (BJP )
Barharia Shyam Bahadur Singh (JD(U) ) Bachha Panday (LJP )
Baruraj Nand Kumar Rai (RJD ) Arun Kumar Singh (BJP )
Bathnaha Dinkar Ram (BJP ) Surendra Ram (INC )
Begusarai Amita Bhushan (INC ) Surendra Mehta (BJP )
Belaganj Surendra Prasad Yadav (RJD ) Sharim Ali (HAM(S) )
Beldaur Panna Lal Singh Patel (JD(U) ) Mithilesh Kumar Nishad (LJP )
Belhar Giridhari Yadav (JD(U) ) Manoj Yadav (BJP )
Belsand Sunita Singh Chauhan (JD(U) ) Md. Nasir Ahamad (LJP )
Benipatti Bhawana Jha (INC ) Vinod Narain Jha (BJP )
Benipur Sunil Choudhary (JD(U) ) N.A
Bettiah Madan Mohan Tiwari (INC ) Renu Devi (BJP )
Bhabua Anand Bhushan Pandey (BJP ) Doctor Pramod Kumar Singh (JD(U) )
Bhagalpur Ajeet Sharma (INC ) Arjit Shashwat Choubey (BJP )
Bhore Anil Kumar (INC ) Indradev Manjhi (BJP )
Bibhutipur Rambalak Singh (JD(U) ) Ramdev Verma (CPM )
Bihariganj Niranjan Kumar Mehta (JD(U) ) Ravindra Charan Yadav (BJP )
Biharsharif Dr.Sunil Kumar (BJP ) Mohammad Asghar Shamim (JD(U) )
Bihpur Varsha Rani (RJD ) Kumar Shailendra (BJP )
Bikram Siddharth (INC ) Anil Kumar (BJP )
Bisfi Faiyaz Ahmad (RJD ) Manoj Kumar Yadav (RLSP )
Bochahan Beby Kumari (IND ) Ramai Ram (JD(U) )
Bodh Gaya Kumar Sarvjeet (RJD ) N.A
Buxar Sanjay Kumar Tiwari Alias Munna Tiwari (INC ) Pradeep Dubey (BJP )
Chainpur Brij Kishor Bind (BJP ) Mohammad Zama Khan (BSP )
Chakai Savitri Devi (RJD ) Sumit Kumar Singh (IND )
Chanpatia Prakash Rai (BJP ) N. N. Sahi (JD(U) )
Chapra Dr. C.N. Gupta (BJP ) Randhir Kumar Singh (RJD )
Chenari Lalan Paswan (RLSP ) Mangal Ram (INC )
Cheria Bariarpur Kumari Manju Verma (JD(U) ) Anil Kumar Chaudhary (LJP )
Chhatapur Niraj Kumar Singh (BJP ) Jahur Alam (RJD )
Chiraiya Lal Babu Prasad Gupta (BJP ) Laxmi Narayan Prasad Yadav (RJD )
Danapur Asha Devi (BJP ) Raj Kishor Yadav (RJD )
Darauli Satyadeo Ram (CPI(ML)(L) ) Ramayan Manjhi (BJP )
Daraundha Kavita Singh (JD(U) ) Jitendra Swami (BJP )
Darbhanga Sanjay Saraogi (BJP ) Om Prakash Kheria (RJD )
Darbhanga Rural Lalit Kumar Yadav (RJD ) Naushad Ahmad (HAM(S) )
Dehri Mohammad Iliyas Hussain (RJD ) Jitendra Kumar (RLSP )
Dhaka Faisal Rahman (RJD ) Pawan Kumar Jaiswal (BJP )
Dhamdaha Leshi Singh (JD(U) ) Shiv Shankar Thakur (RLSP )
Dhuraiya Manish Kumar (JD(U) ) Bhudeo Choudhry (RLSP )
Digha Sanjeev Chaurasiya (BJP ) Rajiv Ranjan Prasad (JD(U) )
Dinara Jai Kumar Singh (JD(U) ) Rajendra Prasad Singh (BJP )
Dumraon Dadan Yadav (JD(U) ) Ram Bihari Singh (RLSP )
Ekma Manoranjan Singh (JD(U) ) Kameshwar Kumar Singh (BJP )
Fatuha Dr. Ramanand Yadav (RJD ) Satyendra Kumar Singh (LJP )
Forbesganj Vidya Sagar Keshri (BJP ) Krityanand Biswas (RJD )
Gaighat Maheshwar Prasad Yadav (RJD ) Veena Devi (BJP )
Garkha Muneshwar Chaudhary (RJD ) Gyanchand Manjhi (BJP )
Gaya Town Prem Kumar (BJP ) Priy Ranjan (INC )
Ghosi Krishan Nandan Prasad Verma (JD(U) ) Rahul Kumar (HAM(S) )
Gobindpur Purnima Yadav (INC ) Fula Devi (BJP )
Goh Manoj Sharma (BJP ) Doctor Ranvijay Kumar (JD(U) )
Gopalganj Subash Singh (BJP ) Reyazul Haqe Urf Raju (RJD )
Gopalpur Narendra Kumar Neeraj (JD(U) ) Anil Kumar Yadav (BJP )
Gaura Bauram Madan Sahni (JD(U) ) Vinod Sahani (LJP )
Goriakothi Satyadeo Prasad Singh (RJD ) Devesh Kant Singh (BJP )
Govindganj Raju Tiwari (LJP ) Brajesh Kumar (INC )
Gurua Rajiv Nandan (BJP ) Ramchandra Prasad Singh (JD(U) )
Hajipur Awadhesh Singh (BJP ) Jagannath Prasad Rai (INC )
Harlakhi Basant Kumar (RLSP ) Mohammad Shabbir (INC )
Harnaut Hari Narayan Singh (JD(U) ) Arun Kumar (LJP )
Harsidhi Rajendra Kumar (RJD ) Krishnandan Paswan (BJP )
Hasanpur Raj Kumar Rai (JD(U) ) Vinod Chaudhary (RLSP )
Hathua Ram Sewak Singh (JD(U) ) Mahachandra Prasad Singh (HAM(S) )
Hayaghat Amar Nath Gami (JD(U) ) Ramesh Choudhary (LJP )
Hilsa Atri Muni Urph Shakti Singh Yadav (RJD ) Deepika Kumari (LJP )
Hisua Anil Singh (BJP ) Kaushal Yadav (JD(U) )
Imamganj Jitan Ram Manjhi (HAM(S) ) Uday Naraian Choudhary (JD(U) )
Islampur Chandrasen Prasad (JD(U) ) Birendra Gope (BJP )
Jagdishpur Ram Vishun Singh (RJD ) Rakesh Raushan (RLSP )
Jahanabad Mundrika Singh Yadav (RJD ) Praveen Kumar (RLSP )
Jale Jibesh Kumar (BJP ) Rishi Mishra (JD(U) )
Jamalpur Shailesh Kumar (JD(U) ) Himanshu Kunvar (LJP )
Jamui Vijay Prakash (RJD ) Ajay Pratap (BJP )
Jhajha Rabindra Yadav (BJP ) Damodar Rawat (JD(U) )
Jhanjharpur Gulab Yadav (RJD ) Nitish Mishra (BJP )
Jokihat Sarfraz Alam (JD(U) ) Ranjeet Yadav (IND )
Kadwa Shakeel Ahmad Khan (INC ) Chandra Bhushan Thakur (BJP )
Kahalgaon Sadanand Singh (INC ) N.A
Kalyanpur Sachindra Prasad Singh (BJP ) Razia Khatoon (JD(U) )
Kalyanpur Samastipur Maheshwar Hazari (JD(U) ) Prince Raj (LJP )
Kanti Ashok Kumar Chodhary (IND ) Ajit Kumar (HAM(S) )
Karakat Sanjay Kumar Singh (RJD ) Rajeshwar Raj (BJP )
Kargahar Bashisht Singh (JD(U) ) Birendra Kumar Singh (RLSP )
Kasba Md. Afaque Alam (INC ) Pradip Kumar Das (BJP )
Katihar Tarkishore Prasad (BJP ) Bjay Singh (JD(U) )
Katoria Sweety Sima Hembram (RJD ) Nikki Hembram (BJP )
Keoti Faraz Fatmi (RJD ) Ashok Kumar Yadav (BJP )
Kesariya Dr Rajesh Kumar (RJD ) Rajendra Prasad Gupta (BJP )
Khagaria Punam Devi Yadav (JD(U) ) Rajesh Kumar Urf Rohit Kumar (HAM(S) )
Khajauli Sitaram Yadav (RJD ) Arun Shankar Prasad (BJP )
Kishanganj Dr Mohammad Jawaid (INC ) Sweety Singh (BJP )
Kochadhaman Mujahid Alam (JD(U) ) Akhtarul Iman (AIMIM )
Korha Punam Kumari Alias Punam Paswan (INC ) Mahesh Paswan (BJP )
Kuchaikote Amarendra Kumar Pandey (JD(U) ) Kali Prasad Pandey (LJP )
Kumhrarh Arun Kumar Sinha (BJP ) Aquil Haidar (INC )
Kurhani Kedar Prasad Gupta (BJP ) Manoj Kumar Singh (JD(U) )
Kurtha Satyadeo Singh (JD(U) ) Ashok Kumar Verma (RLSP )
Kusheshwarasthan Shashi Bhusan Hazari (JD(U) ) Dhananjay Kumar (LJP )
Kutumba Rajesh Kumar (INC ) Santosh Kumar Suman (HAM(S) )
Lakhisarai Vijay Kumar Sinha (BJP ) Ramanand Mandal (JD(U) )
Lalganj Raj Kumar Sah (LJP ) Vijay Kumar Shukla (JD(U) )
Laukaha Lakshmeshwar Roy (JD(U) ) Pramod Kumar Priyedarshi (BJP )
Lauriya Vinay Bihari (BJP ) Ran Kaushal Pratap Singh (RJD )
Madhepura Chandra Shekhar (RJD ) Vijay Kumar Bimal (BJP )
Madhuban Rana Randhir (BJP ) Shivajee Rai (JD(U) )
Madhubani Samir Kumar Mahaseth (RJD ) Ramdeo Mahto (BJP )
Maharajganj Hem Narayan Sah (JD(U) ) Kumar Deo Ranjan Singh (BJP )
Mahishi Dr. Abdul Ghafoor (RJD ) Chandan Kumar Sah (RLSP )
Mahua Tej Pratap Yadav (RJD ) Ravindra Ray (HAM(S) )
Makhdumpur Subedar Das (RJD ) Jitan Ram Manjhi (HAM(S) )
Maner Bhai Virendra (RJD ) Shrikant Nirala (BJP )
Mahnar Umesh Singh Kushwaha (JD(U) ) Dr. Achutanand (BJP )
Manihari Manohar Prasad Singh (INC ) Anil Kumar Oraon (LJP )
Manjhi Vijay Shanker Dubey (INC ) Keshav Singh (LJP )
Marhaura Jeetendra Kumar Rai (RJD ) Lal Babu Ray (BJP )
Masaurhi Rekha Devi (RJD ) Nutan Paswan (HAM(S) )
Matihani Narendra Kumar Singh Alias Bogo Singh (JD(U) ) Sarvesh Kumar (BJP )
Minapur Rajeev Kumar Urf Munna Yadav (RJD ) Ajay Kumar (BJP )
Mohania Niranjan Ram (BJP ) Sanjay Kumar (INC )
Mohiuddinnagar Ejya Yadav (RJD ) Rajesh Kumar Singh (IND )
Mokama Anant Kumar Singh (IND ) Neeraj Kumar (JD(U) )
Morwa Vidya Sagar Singh Nishad (JD(U) ) Suresh Rai (BJP )
Motihari Pramod Kumar (BJP ) Binod Kumar Shrivastava (RJD )
Munger Vijay Kumar Vijay (RJD ) Pranav Kumar (BJP )
Muzaffarpur Suresh Kumar Sharma (BJP ) Bijendra Chaudhary (JD(U) )
Nabinagar Birendra Kumar Singh (JD(U) ) Gopal Narayan Singh (BJP )
Nalanda Shrawon Kumar (JD(U) ) Kaushlendra Kumar (BJP )
Narkatia Shamim Ahmad (RJD ) Sant Singh Kushwaha (RLSP )
Narkatiaganj Vinay Varma (INC ) Renu Devi (BJP )
Narpatganj Anil Kumar Yadav (RJD ) N.A
Nathnagar Ajay Kumar Mandal (JD(U) ) Amar Nath Prasad Alies Amar Singh Kushwaha (LJP )
Nautan Narayan Prasad (BJP ) Baidyanath Prasad Mahto (JD(U) )
Nawada Rajballabh Prasad (RJD ) Indradeo Prasad (RLSP )
Nirmali Anirudh Prasad Yadav (JD(U) ) Ram Kumar Roy (BJP )
Nokha Anita Devi (RJD ) Rameshwar Prasad (BJP )
Obra Birendra Kumar Sinha (RJD ) Chandrabhushan Verma (RLSP )
Paliganj Jay Wardhan Yadav (RJD ) Ram Janam Sharma (BJP )
Parbatta Ramanand Prasad Singh (JD(U) ) Ramanuj Choudhary (BJP )
Parihar Gaytri Devi (BJP ) Ram Chandra Purve (RJD )
Paroo Ashok Kumar Singh (BJP ) N.A
Parsa Chandrika Rai (RJD ) Chhotelal Rai (LJP )
Patepur Prema Chaudhary (RJD ) Mahendra Baitha (BJP )
Patna Sahib Nand Kishore Yadav (BJP ) Santosh Mehta (RJD )
Phulparas Guljar Devi (JD(U) ) Ram Sundar Yadav (BJP )
Phulwari Shyam Rajak (JD(U) ) Rajeshwar Manjhi (HAM(S) )
Pipra Shyambabu Prasad Yadav (BJP ) Krishan Chandra (JD(U) )
Pipra Yaduwansh Kumar Yadav (RJD ) Vishwamohan Kumar (BJP )
Pirpainti Ram Vilash Paswan (RJD ) Lalan Kumar (BJP )
Pranpur Binod Kumar Singh (BJP ) Israt Parween (NCP )
Purnia Vijay Kumar Khemka (BJP ) Indu Sinha (INC )
Rafiganj Ashok Kumar Singh (JD(U) ) Pramod Kumar Singh (LJP )
Raghopur Tejashwi Prasad Yadav (RJD ) Satish Kumar (BJP )
Raghunathpur Harishankar Yadav (RJD ) Manoj Kumar Singh (BJP )
Raja Pakar Shivchandra Ram (RJD ) N.A
Rajauli Prakash Veer (RJD ) Arjun Ram (BJP )
Rajgir Ravi Jyoti Kumar (JD(U) ) Satydeo Narain Arya (BJP )
Rajnagar Ram Prit Paswan (BJP ) N.A
Rajpur Santosh Kumar Nirala (JD(U) ) Bishawnath Ram (BJP )
Ramgarh Ashok Kumar Singh (BJP ) Ambika Singh (RJD )
Ramnagar Bhagirathi Devi (BJP ) Purnmasi Ram (INC )
Raniganj Achmit Rishidev (JD(U) ) N.A
Raxaul Ajay Kumar Singh (BJP ) Suresh Kumar (RJD )
Riga Amit Kumar (INC ) Moti Lal Prasad (BJP )
Rosera Dr. Ashok Kumar (INC ) Manju Hazari (BJP )
Runni Saidpur Mangita Devi (RJD ) Pankaj Kumar Mishra (RLSP )
Rupauli Bima Bharti (JD(U) ) Prem Prakash Mandal (BJP )
Saharsa Arun Kumar (RJD ) Alok Ranjan (BJP )
Sahebganj Ramvichar Rai (RJD ) Raju Kumar Singh (BJP )
Sahebpur Kamal Shreenarayan Yadav (RJD ) M.D. Aslam (LJP )
Sakra Lal Babu Ram (RJD ) Arjun Ram (BJP )
Samastipur Akhtarul Islam Shaheen (RJD ) Renu Kumari (BJP )
Sandesh Arun Kumar (RJD ) N.A
Sarairanjan Vijay Kumar Choudhary (JD(U) ) Ranjeet Nirguni (BJP )
Sasaram Ashok Kumar (RJD ) Jawahar Prasad (BJP )
Shahpur Rahul Tiwary (RJD ) N.A
Sheikhpura Randhir Kumar Sony (JD(U) ) Naresh Saw (HAM(S) )
Sheohar Sharfuddin (JD(U) ) Labhali Anand (HAM(S) )
Sherghati Vinod Prasad Yadav (JD(U) ) Mukesh Kumar Yadav (HAM(S) )
Sikandra Sudhir Kumar Alias Banty Choudhary (INC ) Subhash Chandra Bosh (LJP )
Sikta Khurshid Urf Firoj Ahmad (JD(U) ) Dilip Varma (BJP )
Sikti Vijay Kumar Mandal (BJP ) Shatrughan Prasad Suman (JD(U) )
Simri Bakhtiarpur Dinesh Chandra Yadav (JD(U) ) Yusuf Salahuddin (LJP )
Singheshwar Ramesh Rishidev (JD(U) ) Manju Devi (HAM(S) )
Sitamarhi Sunil Kumar (RJD ) Sunil Kumar Alias Pintu (BJP )
Siwan Vyas Deo Prasad (BJP ) Bablu Prasad (JD(U) )
Sonbarsa Ratnesh Sada (JD(U) ) Sarita Devi (LJP )
Sonepur Dr Ramanuj Prasad (RJD ) Vinay Kumar Singh (BJP )
Sugauli Ramchandra Sahni (BJP ) Om Prakash Choudhary (RJD )
Sultanganj Subodh Roy (JD(U) ) Himanshu Prasad (RLSP )
Supaul Bijendra Prasad Yadav (JD(U) ) Kishor Kumar (BJP )
Surajgarha Prahlad Yadav (RJD ) Prem Ranjan Patel (BJP )
Sursand Syed Abu Dojana (RJD ) Amit Kumar (IND )
Taraiya Mudrika Prasad Roy (RJD ) Janak Singh (BJP )
Tarapur Mewalal Choudhary (JD(U) ) Shakuni Choudhary (HAM(S) )
Tarari Sudama Prasad (CPI(ML)(L) ) Gita Pandey (LJP )
Teghra Birendra Kumar (RJD ) Ram Lakhan Singh (BJP )
Thakurganj Naushad Alam (JD(U) ) Gopal Kumar Agrawal (LJP )
Tikari Abhay Kumar Sinha (JD(U) ) Anil Kumar (HAM(S) )
Triveniganj Veena Bharti (JD(U) ) Anant Kumar Bharti (LJP )
Ujiarpur Alok Kumar Mehta (RJD ) Kumar Anant (RLSP )
Vaishali Raj Kishore Singh (JD(U) ) Brisingh Patel (HAM(S) )
Valmiki Nagar Dhirendra Pratap Singh Alias Rinku Singh (IND ) Irshad Hussain (INC )
Warisnagar Ashok Kumar (JD(U) ) CHANDRASHEKHAR RAI(Lok Jan Shakti Party)
Warisaliganj Aruna Devi (BJP ) N.A
Wazirganj Awadhesh Kumar Singh (INC ) Birendra Singh (BJP )
Ziradei Ramesh Singh Kushwaha (JD(U) ) Asha Devi (BJP )

Bihar Major Political Parties

Janata Dal (United)

The JD (U) is major political party which is dominant in Bihar and Jharkhand. The party developed after the merger of the Janata Dal’s Sharad Yadav faction, the Samata Party, and the Lok Shakti Party on October 30, 2003. The JD (U) had a 17-year-old coalition with central political party, namely Bharatiya Janata Party and was an important constituent of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA).

Nonetheless, it separated from the BJP for inspiring Narendra Modi as NDA's Prime Ministerial candidate in 2013. The three philosophicaldoctrines of Janata Dal (United) are secularism, integral humanism and socialism. Sharad Yadav is the president of the party. The JD (U)'s election symbol is arrow. The party grabbed 20 seats in the 2009,Lok Sabha elections, while it could manage a mere two seats in 2014.

Rashtriya Janata Dal

The RJD has immense political base in Bihar and was founded by Lalu Prasad Yadav in 1997. This party works on caste and religion based ideology, Muslims and Yadavs are its main voters. The basic philosophical tenets supposedly followed by the party are values of social justice, secularism, and fairness. Mr.Lalu Prasad Yadav was the Chief Minister of the state as well as he also known as successful Railway Ministers of India. To actively participate in the Bihar assembly election of 2015, the RJD started the Parivartan Rally. Lalu Prasad Yadav is the chairperson as well as the leader of the party in Lok Sabha. In the 2009,Lok Sabha elections, the RJD grabbed only four seats and same in 2014 election. The election symbol of the party is lamp.

Indian National Congress

The Indian National Congress in Bihar state is called Bihar Pradesh Congress Committee (BPCC) and is headquartered at Sadaqat Ashram in Patna, Bihar. Ashok Choudhary is chairperson of party in Bihar. It has numerous frontal organisations such as the Bihar Pradesh Youth Congress (BPYC), the Bihar Pradesh Congress Seva Dal (BPCSD), the Bihar Pradesh Congress INTUC and the Bihar Pradesh Congress NSUI. The party won two seats in both 2009 and 2014 elections. The election symbol of the INC is palm.

Bharatiya Janata Party

The BJP has done good work in Bihar and has substantialpowerto attract voters presently. It is due to fame of Mr. Narendra Modi who did splendid work in the arena political affairs. Bihar BJP's state president is Mangal Pandey. The General Secretary of the Bihar BJP is Dharmendra Pradhan, who is also an MP. The front organisations of the BJP are the Bharatiya Janata MazdoorMorcha, the KisanMorcha, the Minority Morcha, the MahilaMorcha, the S.C. Morcha, the S.T. Morcha and the YuvaMorcha. BJP chief Amit Shah and Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh started major campaign for the 2015 Assembly elections in Bihar with a super rally of volunteers at Gandhi Maidan, Patna. Shah tried to persuade the public of the state by remembering former chief minister Karpoori Thakur on Dalit icon Ambedkar’s birth anniversary.

It was observed in 2014 election, that The BJP has persuaded the Dalits, Mahadalits and the most backward castes. The BJP’s success in Bihar election 2015 will depend on votes of the backward caste.

Lok Jan Shakti Party

It is regulated by Ram Vilas Paswan. The party was established in 2000 when Paswansplited from Janata Dal (United).

Hindustani Awam Morcha

This party was established by Former Chief Minister of Bihar Jiten Ram Manjhi, who separated from JD (U) following his resignation. The various political parties in Bihar exercises various transformations and grouping to make it to the political outcome that may be the most Bihar include the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP), the Indian National Congress or Congress. Other state or national parties such as the BahujanSamaj Party (BSP), Communist Parties (Communist Party of India (CPI), Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) also competing in various constituencies to show their power in Bihar elections.

News reports have revealed that Rashtriya Janata Dal and Janata Dal (United) may not contest forthcoming Bihar assembly elections together under integrated Janata Parivar banner as there is a strong prospect that the unification may not be finalised.

It is analysed from psyche of voters that The Bihar voter may incline toward Mr. Nitish Kumar as Chef Minister again but Mr. Modi's fame as PM and his continued efforts can work positively. There is tough competition among these two parties.

Shakti Party won 3 seats, while the Rashtriya Janta Dal settled for 22 seats. The other parties, that were individual parties, won 6 seats in the elections.



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