Dhamnagar, Chandabali, Binjharpur, Bari, Barchana Assembly Elections Results 2019 in Odisha: BJP Wins 1, BJD Bags 4 Constituencies
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Results of the assembly elections in Dhamnagar, Chandabali, Binjharpur, Bari and Barchana, along with other constituencies of Odisha, have been declared today by the Election Commission. Out of these five legislative seats, the BJP has won Dhamnagar seat, whereas, the BJD has bagged Chandabali, Binjharpur, Bari and Barchana constituencies. Odisha Election Results 2019 Live News Updates: BJD Winning in Both Assembly, Lok Sabha Seats; BJP Distant 2nd

In these 5 seats, the electoral contest was completely dominated by the Biju Janata Dal (BJD), whose candidates had emerged victorious in all of the above constituencies the last assembly polls.

Out of these assembly segments, three - Chandabali, Bari and Barchana - fall under general category, whereas, Dhamnagar and Binjharpur are reserved for scheduled castes (SC) community.

Dhamnagar, Chandabali, Binjharpur, Bari, Barchana Assembly Elections 2019: Candidates, Poll Dates, Results Of Odisha Vidhan Sabha Seats

Dhamnagar

Congress Candidate  Bidyadhar Jena
BJD Candidate  Rajendra Kumar Das
BJP Candidate  Ananta Pratap Deo
Past Winner (Current MLA) Muktikanta Mandal - BJD
Poll Date  April 29

Chandabali

Congress Candidate Digambar Das
BJD Candidate Byomakesh Ray
BJP Candidate Manmohan Samal
Past Winner (Current MLA) Byomkesh Ray - BJD
Poll Date  April 29

Binjharpur

Congress Candidate  Manoranjan Das
BJD Candidate  Pramila Mallik
BJP Candidate  Babita Mallick
Past Winner (Current MLA) Pramila Mallik - BJD
Poll Date  April 29

Bari

Congress Candidate  Umesh Jena
BJD Candidate  Sunanda Das
BJP Candidate  Biswa Ranjan Mallick
Past Winner (Current MLA) Debasis Nayak - BJD
Poll Date  April 29

Barchana

Congress Candidate  Ajay Samal
BJD Candidate Amar Prasad Satpathy
BJP Candidate Amar Nayak
Past Winner (Current MLA) Amar Prasad Satpathy - BJD
Poll Date  April 29

Voting for the Odisha assembly elections 2019 commenced on April 11, when the first phase of the contest was held. As per the scheduled prepared by the polling body, the state will elect its MLAs in four phases, ending on April 29. Results will be declared on May 23. In the last assembly elections, the government of Naveen Patnaik was re-elected to power, with the BJD winning 107 of the 147 vidhan sabha seats, whereas, the Congress and the BJP were restricted to 16 and 10 constituencies, respectively.