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Second & final phase voting begins in Chhattisgarh

Second & final phase voting begins today for Chhattisgarh assembly Election 2013. Over one lakh security personnel will keep a hawk eye vigil during the second and final phase of polling on Tuesday for Chhattishgarh Assembly elections in 72 constituencies of the state, where CM Raman Singh- led BJP is eyeing a hat-trick. Tuesday’s voting would seal the fate of Speaker of State Assembly and nine ministers besides Leader of Opposition in the Assembly, kin of the Darbha Naxal attack in May and former Chief Minister Ajit Jogi's wife Renu.
Polling will take place in central and north Chhattisgarh, where as many as 843 candidates, including 72 each from the BJP and Congress, are in the fray. There are 75 women contestants. The time of polling in these seats is scheduled from 8 AM to 5 PM. Around 80,000 officials and over a lakh security personnel have been roped in for conducting the polls on Tuesday. Maximum number of candidates have been fielded in Raipur city south constituency (38) while least number of candidates are in Saraipali (5).

67% voting in Chhattisgarh Phase-1 Polls 2013

67 per cent of the 29,33,200 voters in the Naxal-affected Bastar region and Rajnandgaon district today exercised their franchise in the first phase of Chhattisagrh assembly elections, where violence by Naxals who have called for a poll boycott, left a CRPF jawan dead. Rajnandgaon, the home constituency of Raman Singh, recorded the highest 79 per cent voting out of 18 constituencies while one of the worst insurgency-hit Bijapur constituency witnessed the lowest 24 per cent voting. Other constituencies where polling took place today are Bhanupratappur (70per cent), Antagarh (58per cent), Kanker (76per cent), Keshkal (77per cent), Kondagaon (78per cent), Narayanpur (62per cent), Bastar (60per cent), Jagdalpur (67per cent), Chitrakot (61 per cent), Konta (40per cent) and Dantewada (67 per cent) of Bastar region and Khairagarh (71 per cent), Dongargarh (72 per cent), Dongargaon (76 per cent), Khujji (78 per cent ) and Mohla-Manpur (75 per cent) of Rajnandgaon. "As per the voting figures till 5 PM, 67 per cent polling had been registered in the 18 constituencies and the percentage was expected to go up," Chief Electoral Officer Sunil Kujur told reporters.

Rajnandgaon seat candidates Name, Winner

Rajnandgaon seat candidates Name, Winner 2013 of Chhattisgarh Election 2013: Rajnandgaon Seat of Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Elections will be held under Phase-1 on 11th November 2013 along with total 18 seat of Chhattisgarh Vidhansabha Election 2013.   The two-phased polls in Chhattisgarh will be held on 11 & 19th November, 2013 while Results for Phase-1 and Phase-2 will be announced on 8th December 2013 and Results for this seat will be updated here with Name of Winner on 8th December 2013. Counting of votes in all the states will be taken up on December 8 for 90 seats. The main contest between BJP & Congress. 
Rajnandgaon seat candidates Name 2013:
Rajnandgaon seat BJP candidates Name: Dr. Raman Singh, CM
Rajnandgaon seat Congress candidates Name: SMT. ALKA MUDLIYAR
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Chhattisgarh Election 2013 Results Seat-Wise

Chhattisgarh Election 2013 Results Seat-Wise Results, Live Today,8th December 2013: Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Elections was held under two-phased polls in Chhattisgarh on 11 & 19th November, 2013 now Results for Phase-1 and Phase-2 is declared Today. Chhattisgarh  Election Results 2013 Seat-Wise Live Results will be declared today at our website Today, 8th December 2013 from 8:00 AM morning onwards with updates of all seats by Lead / Rujhan / Winner / Vote counting live updates. Results will be announced on 8th December 2013 and Results for this seat will be updated here with Name of Winner on 8th December 2013. 
Chhattisgarh Election Results 2013 LIVE
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CONGRESS Wins / Lead = 38+ 
OTHERS Wins / Lead = 3
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Chhattisgarh  Election 2013 Results Seat-Wise Results, Winner: 
Chandrashekhar Sahu (BJP) leads in Abhanpur
Rajmahnt Sanwla Ram Dahre (BJP) leads in Ahiwara
Chunnilal Sahu (Cong) leads in Akaltara
Ts Baba (Cong) leads in Ambikapur
Vikram Usendi (BJP) leads in Antagarh
Naveen Markandey (BJP) leads in Arang
Bedanti Tivari (Cong) leads in Baikunthpur
Janak Ram Verma (Cong) leads in Baloda Bazar
Devendra Bahadur Singh (Cong) leads in Basna
Baghel Lakeshwar (Cong) leads in Bastar
Bhuwaneshwar Yadav (Cong) leads in Beltara
Manoj Singh Mandavi (Cong) leads in Bhanupratappur
Champa Devi Pawle (BJP) leads in Bharatpur-Sonhat
Chait Ram Sahu (Cong) leads in Bhatapara
Rajni Ravishankar Tripathi (BJP) leads in Bhatgaon
Mahesh Gagda (BJP) leads in Bijapur
Dr Shiv Kumar Dahariya (Cong) leads in Bilaigarh
Dharam Lal Kaushik (BJP) leads in Bilha
Govardhan Singh Manjhi (BJP) leads in Bindranawagarh
Yudhvir Singh Judev (BJP) leads in Chandrapur
Deepak Baij (Cong) leads in Chitrakot
Devti Karma (Cong) leads in Dantewada
Gurumukh Singh Hora (Cong) leads in Dhamtari
Om Prakash Rathia (BJP) leads in Dharamjaigarh
Devji Bhai Patel (BJP) leads in Dharsiwa
Anila Bhendia (Cong) leads in Dondi Lohara
Dinesh Gandhi (BJP) leads in Dongargaon
Dr Thaneshwar Patila (Cong) leads in Dongargarh
Pratima Chandrakar (Cong) leads in Durg-Rural
Virendra Kumar Sahu (BJP) leads in Gunderdehi
Santosh Bafna (BJP) leads in Jagdalpur
Dr Kailash Sahu (BJP) leads in Jaijaipur
Rajsharan Bhagat (BJP) leads in Jashpur
Sanjay Kodopi (BJP) leads in Kanker
Gaurishankar Agrawal (BJP) leads in Kasdol
Bodhram Kanwar (Cong) leads in Katghora
Ashok Sahu (BJP) leads in Kawardha
Paresh Bagbahra (Cong) leads in Khallari
Umesh Patel (Cong) leads in Kharsia
Bhola Ram Sahu (Cong) leads in Khujji
Dhaniram Barse (BJP) leads in Konta
Jogesh Lamba (BJP) leads in Korba
Renu Jogi (Cong) leads in Kota
Rohit Kumar Sahu (BJP) leads in Kunkuri
Ajay Chandrakar (BJP) leads in Kurud
Hridaya Ram Rathiya (Cong) leads in Lailunga
Dharmjeet Singh (Cong) leads in Lormi
Chintamani Maharaj (Cong) leads in Lundra
Agni Chandrakar (Cong) leads in Mahasamund
Bhojesh Shah Mandavi (BJP) leads in Mohla-Manpur
Kedar Kashyap (BJP) leads in Narayanpur
Dayaldas Baghel (BJP) leads in Nawagarh
Uike Ramdayal (Cong) leads in Pali-Tanakhar
Moti Ram Chandravanshi (BJP) leads in Pandariya
Shivshankar Painkra (BJP) leads in Pathalgaon
Renuka Singh (BJP) leads in Premnagar
Roshan Lal (BJP) leads in Raigarh
Shrichand Sundrani (BJP) leads in Raipur City North
Rajesh Munat (BJP) leads in Raipur City West
Satyanarayan Sharma (Cong) leads in Raipur Rural
Amitesh Shukla (Cong) leads in Rajim
Raman Singh (BJP) leads in Rajnandgaon
Ramvichar Netam (BJP) leads in Ramanujganj
Nanki Ram Kanwar (BJP) leads in Rampur
Ravindra Choubey (Cong) leads in Saja
Saroja Manharan Rathore (Cong) leads in Sakti
Dr Preetam Ram (Cong) leads in Samri
Bhaiyaram Sinha (Cong) leads in Sanjari Balod
Kerabai Manhar (BJP) leads in Sarangarh
Shrawan Markam (BJP) leads in Sihawa
Amarjeet Bhagat (Cong) leads in Sitapur

Raju Singh Kshatri (BJP) leads in Takhatpur

Chhattisgarh First Phase polling today, 11th November 2013

First phase of Chhattisgarh polling is held today amid high security. Chief Minister Raman Singh and his three ministers are among the candidates whose fate will be decided on Monday when 18 assembly constituencies in the worst Naxal-hit regions of Bastar and Rajnandgaon go to polls amid heavy security in the first phase in Chhattisgarh. 143 candidates are contesting from 12 constituencies in Bastar division and six constituencies of Rajnandgaon district with an electorate of 29,33,200 in the first of the two-phase polls to the 90-member assembly in the state where BJP government led by Singh is trying for a hattrick against the Congress.

Narendra Modi addresses rallies in Jagdalpur, Kanker, Dongargarh

BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Shri Narendra Modi commenced his campaign for the Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha elections, scheduled later this month. Shri Modi addressed public meetings in Jagdalpur (Bastar district), Kanker (Kanker district) and Dongargarh (Rajnandgaon district).  He made a strong appeal to the people of Chhattisgarh to give the BJP another chance to serve them and expressed confidence that under the leadership of Dr. Raman Singh, Chhattisgarh would even surge ahead of Gujarat in development in the coming five years.
Paying his tributes to Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Shri Modi avowed, “We should always be grateful to Atal ji who created the state of Chhattisgarh. He was always concerned about the poor and the marginalized. Atal ji never gave slogans or talked in the air but he formulated policies after deep thought so that the poor can be served.” Shri Modi credited Shri Vajpayee for ushering in a new system for development of tribal communities be it by creating Chhattisgarh or his work in the North East. The BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate lauded the people of Chhattisgarh for their vision and political foresight that they rejected the Congress in the first ever election after the state was created. He recalled the abysmal situation in Chhattisgarh during the Congress government for three years and talked about how BJP leaders were even hospitalized for protesting against the government. He said, “Chhattisgarh went into such hands that we feared Atal ji’s dream will fail and the march of development will stop. But I salute the people of Chhattisgarh for understanding everything and rejecting the Congress government at the very first instance.”

Chhattisgarh BJP declares 2nd list of candidates

Chhattisgarh BJP declares 2nd list of candidates for Chhattisgarh Assembly Election 2013. Chhattisgarh has a 90-member house. The BJP National President Shri Rajnath Singh has approved the recommendations of Chhattisgarh's State Election Committee regarding the General Election to the Legislative Assembly of Chhattisgarh. The names of the candidates finalised for the Legislative Assembly Constituencies are given below:
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Chhattisgarh Election 2013 Schedule
Chhattisgarh Election 2013 Seat-wise Candidates

Chhattisgarh BJP Candidates List - Complete List Name, Seats:
1 Bharatpur-Sonhat (ST) Seat BJP Candidate Name CG Polls 2013: Smt. Champadevi Pavel
2 Manendragarh Seat BJP Candidate Name CG Polls 2013: Shri Shyam Bihari Jayaswal
3 Baikunthpur Seat BJP Candidate Name CG Polls 2013: Shri Bhaiyalal Rajware
4 Premnagar Seat BJP Candidate Name CG Polls 2013: Smt. Renuka Singh
5 Bhatgaon Seat BJP Candidate Name CG Polls 2013: Smt. Rajni Tripathi
6 Pratappur (ST) Seat BJP Candidate Name CG Polls 2013: Shri Ramsewak Paikra
7 Ramanujganj (ST) Seat BJP Candidate Name CG Polls 2013: Shri Ramvichar Netam
8 Samri (ST)  Seat BJP Candidate Name CG Polls 2013: Shri Siddhnath Paikra
9 Lundra (ST) Seat BJP Candidate Name CG Polls 2013: Shri Vijaynath Singh
10 Ambikapur  Seat BJP Candidate Name CG Polls 2013: Shri Anurag Singh Dev

Chhattisgarh Election 2013 Candidates Name Seat-Wise

Chhattisgarh Election 2013 Candidates Name Seat-Wise for 90 Assembly Seats: Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Elections will be held in two Phase. The two-phased polls in Chhattisgarh will be held on 11 & 19th November, 2013. Election Commission has announced election dates for five states - Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Mizoram and Delhi - seen as the semifinals before the General Election. Election Commission announced one-day poll in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi and Mizoram while Maoist-infested Chhattisgarh will have two-phased elections. Counting of votes in all the states will be taken up on December 8. Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly ( छत्तीसगढ़ विधान सभा) or the Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha has total 90 seats. The main contest between incumbent Bhartiya Janta Party and main opposition party Indian National Congress. Chhattisgarh Assembly Election 2013 News will be live updated on 
Chhattisgarh Assembly Elections 2013 Schedule, Important Dates:
Chhattisgarh  PHASE-1 Schedule: 
Chhattisgarh Polls Date of notification: 18th October 2013
Chhattisgarh Polls Last date of filing Nominations: 25th October 2013
Chhattisgarh Polls Phase-1 Voting: 11th November 2013
Chhattisgarh  PHASE-2 Schedule: 
Chhattisgarh Polls Date of notification: 25th October 2013 
Chhattisgarh Polls Phase-2 Voting: 19th November 2013 
Chhattisgarh Elections 2013 Results, Counting (Phase1,2): 8th December 2013
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Chhattisgarh Election 2013 Candidates Name Seat-Wise:
1. Bharatpur-Sonhat (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
2. Manendragarh Seat All Candidate Names:
3. Baikunthpur Seat All Candidate Names:
4. Premnagar Seat All Candidate Names:
5. Bhatgaon Seat All Candidate Names:
6. Pratappur (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
7. Ramanujganj (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
8. Samri (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
9. Lundra (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
10. Ambikapur Seat All Candidate Names:
11. Sitapur (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
12. Jashpur (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
13. Kunkuri (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
14. Pathalgaon (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
15. Lailunga (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
16. Raigarh Seat All Candidate Names:
17. Sarangarh (SC) Seat All Candidate Names:
18. Kharsia Seat All Candidate Names:
19. Dharamjaigarh (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
20. Rampur (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
21. Korba Seat All Candidate Names:
22. Katghora Seat All Candidate Names:
23. Pali-Tanakhar (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
24. Marwahi (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
25. Kota Seat All Candidate Names:
26. Lormi Seat All Candidate Names:
27. Mungeli (SC) Seat All Candidate Names:
28. Takhatpur Seat All Candidate Names:
29. Bilha Seat All Candidate Names:
30. Bilaspur Seat All Candidate Names:
31. Beltara Seat All Candidate Names:
32. Masturi (SC) Seat All Candidate Names:
33. Akaltara Seat All Candidate Names:
34. Janjgir-Champa Seat All Candidate Names:
35. Sakti Seat All Candidate Names:
36. Chandrapur Seat All Candidate Names:
37. Jaijaipur Seat All Candidate Names:
38. Pamgarh (SC) Seat All Candidate Names:
39. Saraipali (SC) Seat All Candidate Names:
40. Basna Seat All Candidate Names:
41. Khallari Seat All Candidate Names:
42. Mahasamund Seat All Candidate Names:
43. Bilaigarh (SC) Seat All Candidate Names:
44. Kasdol Seat All Candidate Names:
45. Baloda Bazar Seat All Candidate Names:
46. Bhatapara Seat All Candidate Names:
47. Dharsiwa Seat All Candidate Names:
48. Raipur Rural Seat All Candidate Names:
49. Raipur City West Seat All Candidate Names:
50. Raipur City North Seat All Candidate Names:
51. Raipur City South Seat All Candidate Names:
52. Arang (SC) Seat All Candidate Names:
53. Abhanpur Seat All Candidate Names:
54. Rajim Seat All Candidate Names:
55. Bindranawagarh (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
56. Sihawa (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
57. Kurud Seat All Candidate Names:
58. Dhamtari Seat All Candidate Names:
59. Sanjari Balod Seat All Candidate Names:
60. Dondi Lohara (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
61. Gunderdehi Seat All Candidate Names:
62. Patan Seat All Candidate Names:
63. Durg-Rural Seat All Candidate Names:
64. Durg City Seat All Candidate Names:
65. Bhilai Nagar Seat All Candidate Names:
66. Vaishali Nagar Seat All Candidate Names:
67. Ahiwara (SC) Seat All Candidate Names:
68. Saja Seat All Candidate Names:
69. Bemetara Seat All Candidate Names:
70. Nawagarh (SC) Seat All Candidate Names:
71. Pandariya Seat All Candidate Names:
72. Kawardha Seat All Candidate Names:
73. Khairagarh Seat All Candidate Names:
74. Dongargarh (SC) Seat All Candidate Names:
75. Rajnandgaon Seat All Candidate Names:
76. Dongargaon Seat All Candidate Names:
77. Khujji Seat All Candidate Names:
78. Mohla-Manpur (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
79. Antagarh (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
80. Bhanupratappur (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
81. Kanker (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
82. Keshkal (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
83. Kondagaon (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
84. Narayanpur (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
85. Bastar (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
86. Jagdalpur Seat All Candidate Names:
87. Chitrakot (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
88. Dantewada (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
89. Bijapur (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:
90. Konta (ST) Seat All Candidate Names:

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