Jama Election Result 2019 LIVE Updates | Jharkhand Assembly Elections; Constituency, Party, Candidate Name Wise Winner, Loser, Leading, Trailing
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The Jama constituency is a JMM stronghold and falls into the Dumka district
The seat is currently being held by Sita Soren, a JMM leader, who had retained the seat since 2009 election
Dumka MP Sunil Soren had won from the seat in 2005. He had defeated JMM’s Durga Soren with 6,630 more votes
Jama Assembly Elections 2019 | The Jama Vidhan Sabha constituency, reserved under the Scheduled Tribes (ST) category, is set to vote on Friday in the final phase of the Jharkhand Assembly polls.
The Jama constituency is a JMM stronghold and falls into the Dumka district.
Results in past elections:
Prior to 2005, JMM and Congress had won from this constituency.
Dumka MP Sunil Soren had won from the seat in 2005. He had defeated the JMM’s Durga Soren with 6,630 more votes.
The seat is currently being held by Sita Soren, a JMM leader. She had won the seat in the 2009 election and again in the 2014 election. In 2014, she had defeated Suresh Murmu by a margin of 2,306 votes.
Here is a brief overview of the Jama Assembly constituency:
Total electors: 3,10,668
Number of male voters: 1,64,528
Number of female voters: 1,46,140
Numbers of transgender voters: 0
Voter turnout in last Assembly Election: 70 percent
Polling stations: 1
Constituency number: 11
Total electors: 2,05,776
Voter turnout in last Assembly Election: 71 percent
Polling stations: 209
With inputs from agencies
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