Kodarma Lok Sabha Elections Results / Candidates

kodarma Lok Sabha Constituency Winner
Name Party Status
Annpurna Devi BJP WON
*The election result data is provided by C-Voter on a real time basis and is not altered or moderated by indianexpress.com in any way.

KODARMA LOK SABHA 2019 CANDIDATE LIST

PREVIOUS LOK SABHA ELECTION RESULTS of KODARMA

* Bye Election Result
Year
Winning Candidate
Party
Vote %
1999
Tilakdhari Pd Singh
INC
46.02%
2004
Babulal Marandi
BJP
44.4%
2009
Babulal Marandi
JVM
25.55%
2014
Ravindra Kr. Ray
BJP
35.65%
2006*
Babu Lal Marandi
IND
43%
2019
Annpurna Devi
BJP
62.26%

Assembly in KODARMA Constituency

Constituency
Candidate
Party
KODARMA
Dr. Neera Yadav
BJP
BARKATHA
Janki Prasad Yadav
JVM
DHANWAR
Raj Kumar Yadaw
CPI(ML)(L)
BAGODAR
Nagendra Mahto
BJP
JAMUA
Kedar Hazra
BJP
GANDEY
Jai Prakash Verma
BJP

LOK SABHA ELECTION VOTER TURNOUT

Get the latest updates and news of Kodarma Lok Sabha constituency, election results with party, votes and candidates names. Winning candidates in Kodarma Lok Sabha constituency are also listed above. The 2019 election campaign has seen both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress president Rahul Gandhi battle it out in the sweltering heat of the Indian summer with campaign rallies across the length and breadth of the country. It has also been one of the most aggressive campaigns the country has seen in its recent past with the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party seeking to retain power at the Centre while the Opposition — Congress Party, Trinamool Congress, Samajwadi Party, Bahujan Samaj Party and other regional parties hoping to form a coalition wrest power from the ruling dispensation.

Read: Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Results Date, Polling schedule, constituency-wise results, how to check live counting of votes

With few days left for May 23 election results, follow the Lok Sabha Elections 2019 real-time on IndianExpress.com/elections. Check the Lok Sabha election schedule, your Lok Sabha constituency details as well as where Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi are campaigning in the Lok Sabha Election. On Twitter, follow @Decision2019 for the latest news and analysis.