Munger Assembly Elections 2015

Munger Assembly Election Candidates List and Results

Name of the Candidate Party Name Results (No. of Votes)
VIJAY KUMAR 'VIJAY' Rashtriya Janata Dal Winner
PRANAV KUMAR Bharatiya Janata Party 72851
SUBODH VERMA Independent 4008
BASUDEB SHARMA Independent 3562
ARVIND KUMAR Sarvajan Kalyan Loktantrik Party 3121
KAMLESHWARI MANDAL Bahujan Samaj Party 1364
SYED MOHAMMED JAWED Nationalist Congress Party 1115
NACHIKETA Samata Party 891
DINANATH CHOUDHRY Bahujan Mukti Party 622
KAPIL DEO YADAV Independent 404
BIRENDRA BHARTI Vyabasayi Kisan Alpasankhyak Morcha 370
DEVENDRA PD SHARMA All India Forward Bloc 299
None of the Above None of the Above 1898

Munger Assembly Elections Schedule

AC No Category Poll Phases Last Date of Nominations Date of Polls Result
165 GEN Phase I Sep 23rd 2015 Oct 12th 2015 Nov 8th 2015

About Munger Assembly Elections Constituency

Munger assembly segment is part of Munger lok sabha constituenct, Munger will be one of the 36 seats to have VVPAT enabled electronic voting machines. The Munger legislative assembly segment is home to a total of 2,87,388 eligible voters, out of whom 1,57,037 are males and 1,30,323 are females.

Electoral History of Munger Constituency in Bihar

One of the three assembly constituencies located in the district of the same name, Munger was won by Anant Kumar Satyarthy of the Janata Dal (United) in the last general assembly polls in Bihar 2010 by defeating Shabnam Perwin of the Rashtirya janata Dal (RJD) by a margin of 17613 votes. Out of the twenty candidates contesting the seat, all the other eighteen lost their security deposit.

While Anant Kumar Satyarthy received votes 55086 votes, Shabnam Perwin polled 37473 votes and was followed by Virendra Bharti of the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) with 11408 votes. Pritam Singh, who entered the fray as a Congress nominee, secured 7626 votes and was placed fourth.

Tarapur and Jamalpur are the other two assembly constituencies located in Munger district. Both are currently represented by JD (U) legislators.

Munger is one of the seven assembly constituencies that combine to create the parliamentary constituency of the same name currently represented by Veena Devi of the Ram Vilas Paswan led Lok Janashakti Party (LJP) who won the seat by defeating his nearest JD (U) rival Rajiv Ranjan Singh Alias Lalan Singh by a margin of 109084 votes in the last parliamentary elections in 2014.

Jamalpur, Barh, Suryagarha, Lakhisarai, Mokama and Barahiya are the other six assembly constituencies falling under the Munger Lok Sabha seat.

Munger Assembly Election News 2015

Bihar phase-1 Polling ends turnout nears 57.71%

Updated on : Oct-13,2015

It was peaceful polling in the first phase of Bihar assembly election in which voters in 49 assembly constituencies exercised their franchise on Oct 12. The voter turnout recorded until 4 pm in Munger 57.71%.

Rebel menace bigger

Updated on : Oct-4,2015

In Munger, Hindustani Awam Morcha-Secular (HAM-S) district convener Subodh Verma is contesting against the official NDA candidate Pranav Yadav (BJP). The candidates of RJD-JD(U)-Congress Mahagathbandhan in Munger district find the rebels a bigger problem than their rivals in the fray. RJD Munger district vice-president Sanjay Kumar Singh, who was a strong claimant for party nomination from Jamalpur seat, has revolted against the party after denial of ticket. He is now contesting on Shiv Sena symbol against the JD(U) candidate Shailesh Kumar who had won the seat in 2005 and 2010.

Munger Assembly Election Videos 2015