Bihar Election 2020: Full list of BJP candidates

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Updated: Oct 19, 2020 12:58 PM

Bihar Elecions 2020: On Tuesday, the NDA announced that the JDU will contest on 122 seats and the BJP on 121. Under the arrangement, JDU will give 7 seats to the Hindustani Awam Morcha and the BJP will have to accommodate Vikassheel Insaan Party (VIP).

The elections will conclude on November 7 and results will be announced on November 10.

 

Bihar Assembly Election 2020 Candidates List: The Bharatiya Janata Party has released the names of its candidates for the assembly polls beginning October 28. The elections will be held in three phases for a total of 243 seats. In the first phase, 71 seats will be up for the contest on October 28. The BJP is contesting the election in alliance with the JDU of Nitish Kumar, Hindustani Awam Morcha of Jitan Ram Manjhi and Vikassheel Insaan Party of Mukesh Sahni – under the NDA banner. On Tuesday, the NDA announced that the JDU will contest on 122 seats and the BJP on 121.

Under the arrangement, JDU will give 7 seats to the Hindustani Awam Morcha and the BJP will have to accommodate Vikassheel Insaan Party (VIP) of Mukesh Sahani.

Full List of BJP Candidates

Ramnagar: Bhagirathi Devi
Narkatiaganj: Rashmi Verma
Bagaha: Ram Singh
Lauriya: Vinay Bihari
Nautan: Narayan Prasad
Chanpatia: Umakant Singh
Bettiah: Renu Devi
Raxaul: Pramod Sinha
Harsidhi: Krishnanandan Paswan
Govindganj: Sunil Mani Tiwari
Kalyanpur: Sachindra Prasad Singh
Pipra: Shyambabu Prasad Yadav
Madhuban: Rana Randhir Singh
Motihari: Pramod Kumar
Chiraia: Lal Babu Prasad Gupta
Dhaka: Pawan Jaiswal
Riga: Moti Lal Prasad
Bathnaha: Anil Ram
Parihar: Gayatri Devi
Sitamarhi: Mitilesh Kumar
Benipatti: Vinod Narayan Jha
Khajauli: Arun Shankar Prasad
Bisfi: Haribhushan Thakur
Rajnagar: Ram Prit Paswan
Jhanjharpur: Nitish Mishra
Chhatapur: Neeraj Kumar Singh
Narpatganj: Jayprakash Yadav
Forbesganj: Vidya Sagar Keshri
Jokihat: Ranjeet Yadav
Sikti: Vijay Mandal
Kishanganj: Sweety Singh
Baisi: Vinod Yadav
Banmankhi: Krishna Kumar Rishi
Purnia: Vijay Khemka
Katihar: Tarkishore Prasad
Pranpur: Nisha Singh
Korha: Kavita Paswan
Saharsa: Alok Ranjan Jha
Darbhanga: Sanjay Saraogi
Hayaghat: Ramchandra Shah
Keoti: Murari Mohan Jha
Jale: Jibesh Kumar Mishra
Aurai: Ram Surat Ray
Kurhani: Kedar Gupta
Muzaffarpur: Suresh Kumar Sharma
Baruraj: Arun Kumar Singh
Paroo: Ashok Kumar Singh
Baikunthpur: Mithlesh Tiwari
Barauli: Rampravesh Rai
Gopalganj: Subash Singh
Siwan: Om Prakash Yadav
Darauli: Ramayan Manjhi
Daraunda: Karanjeet Singh
Goriakothi: Devesh Kant Singh
Taraiya: Janak Singh
Chapra: CN Gupta
Garkha: Gyanchand Manjhi
Amnour: Krishan Kumar Mantoo
Sonepur: Vinay Kumar Singh
Hajipur: Awadhesh Singh
Lalganj: Sanjay Kumar Singh
Raghopur: Satish Kumar Yadav
Patepur: Lakhinder Paswan
Ujiarpur: Sheel kumar Roy
Mohiuddinnagar: Rajesh Singh
Rosera: Birendra Paswan
Bachhwara: Surendra Mehta
Begusarai: Kundan Singh
Bakhri: Ramshankar Paswan
Bihpur: Kumar Shailendra
Pirpainti: Lalan Kumar Paswan
Kahalgaon: Pawan Kumar Yadav
Bhagalpur: Rohit Pandey
Banka: Ram Narayan Mandal
Katoria: Nikki Hembrom
Munger: Pranav Kumar Yadav
Lakhisarai: Vijay Kumar Sinha
Biharsharif: Sunil Kumar

Barh: Gyanendra Kumar Singh
Bakhtiarpur: Ranvijay Singh Yadav
Digha: Sanjeev Chaurasiya
Bankipur: Nitin Nabin
Kumhrar: Arun Kumar Sinha
Patna Sahib: Nand Kishore Yadav
Fatuha: Satyendra Singh
Danapur: Asha Devi Yadav
Maner: Nikhil Anand Yadav
Bikram: Atul Kumar
Barhara: Raghvendra Pratap Singh
Arrah: Amrendra Pratap Singh
Tarari: Kaushal Kumar Singh
Shahpur: Munni Devi
Buxar: Parshuram Chaubey
Ramgarh: Ashok Kumar Singh
Mohania: Niranjan Ram
Bhabua: Rinki Rani Pandey
Chainpur: Brij Kishor Bind
Dehri: Satyanarayan Singh Yadav
Karakat: Rajeshwar Raj
Arwal: Dipak Kumar Sharma
Goh: Manoj Kumar Sharma
Aurangabad: Ramadhar Singh
Gurua: Rajiv Nandan
Bodh Gaya: Hari Manjhi
Gaya Town: Prem Kumar
Wazirganj: Birendra Singh
Rajauli: Kanhaiya Kumar
Hisua: Anil Singh
Warsaliganj: Aruna Devi
Jamui: Shreyasi Singh

The elections will conclude on November 7 and results will be announced on November 10.

In the last election, the BJP had contested on 157 seats and could win 53 — 38 seats less than what it had got in 2010.

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