Jharkhand Assembly Election 2019 is going to be held today. The counting of votes for 81 seats has begun at 8am. Initially the postal votes will be counted and then the votes in the voting system will be counted. The establishment of the BJP and the second time that the Congress comes to power, everyone has noticed.
In this election, the future of 1215 candidates in the state has been closed in the voting box. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had campaigned strongly in Jharkhand. The Congress, on the other hand, had all the power to make a comeback. The Jharkhand Assembly has 81 members. These include 44 seats in the BJP, 16 in the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha, 6 in the Congress, 3 in the Assam, 2 in the JVM, 1 on the CPIML, 1 on the BSP, 1 on the MCC and seven on the vacant.
— ANI (@ANI) December 23, 2019
In Jharkhand, the voting for the assembly seats was held in five phases from November 30 to December 2. Bumper voting has been seen in these five stages. According to the exit poll, the JMM-led coalition will be formed this year. The BJP is in the lone election field at the moment. According to the Election Commission, this time, 65.17 percent voting was done in five phases. In the 2014 elections, 66.53 percent voted. The term of the current legislative session expires on January 5, 2020. The BJP won 37 seats in the 2014 assembly elections.
BJP is currently in power in the Jharkhand assembly. Raghubar Das is the Chief Minister. Hemant Soren is the leader of the opposition. In Jharkhand assembly, 41 seats are required for majority. Jharkhand is known as Naxalite state. The main competition in the state is between the BJP and the coalition. In some places, the Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (JVM) and AJSU (AJSU) have organized the competition triangular and square. East Jamshedpur elections are very colorful. There is a strong fight between Chief Minister Raghuvar Das, BJP rebel Saryu Rai and Gaurav Vallabh of Congress.