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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Candidates List

As the battle for Bihar heats up, the BJP has announced list of 153 candidates for next month’s assembly elections.

While announcing the list, senior party leaders stressed that more than half the candidates were youth and women and 60 per cent were from the SC and backward castes
— but there is more to the list than meets the eye.

An analysis of the list reveals that the party is not taking any chances when it comes to caste. In fact, as many as 17 castes may have found a place in the first list. This puts into question the theory that BJP president Amit Shah’s strategy to wrest Bihar from former ally Nitish Kumar is dependent on upper-caste consolidation.

The caste cauldron in Bihar is the most complex amongst all states, arguably even more than neighboring Uttar Pradesh. The BJP, therefore, is taking no chances – as seen in its fielding of five Yadav candidates in the first list. Will a section of the significant Yadav vote be weaned away from Lalu Prasad Yadav’s RJD? Amit Shah will surely be banking on that.

Meanwhile, 26 sitting MLAs are part of the list, while three sitting BJP legislators have been denied party tickets. One of the disgruntled trio, Aman Paswan, has already contacted the JD(U). Besides dealing with party members unhappy with ticket allocation, the BJP will also have to assuage the feelings of its allies, LJP, RLSP and HAM, who may be unhappy at their share of seats. Overall, though, caste remains central to Bihar’s politics and the BJP’s first list of candidates is a tacit acknowledgment of that.


List of BJP Candidates 2015 for Bihar Elections

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AC No.AC NameCandidates NamePhase
136Sarai RanjanRanjit Nirguni 1
139Rosada (SC)Manju Hazari 1
143TegadhaRam Lakhan Singh 1
144Singh MatihaniSarvesh Kumar 1
146Begu SaraiSurendra Mehta 1
147Bakhri (SC)Ramanand Ram 1
151ParbattaRamanuj Chowdhary 1
152BihpurKumar Shailendra 1
153GopalpurAnil Yadav 1
154PeerPatiLallan Paswan 1
161BankaRam Narayan Mandal 1
162Katoria (ST)Nikki Hembram 1
163BelharManoj Yadav 1
165Yadav MungerPranav Kumar 1
167SuryagarahPrem Ranjan patel 1
168Lakhi SaraiVijay Kumar Sinha 1
235Rajauli (SC)Arjun Ram 1
236HisuaAnil Singh 1
242JhajhaRavindra Yadav 1
133SamastipurRenu Kushawah1
135MorvaSuresh Rai1
156BhagalpurArjit Saswat1
239WarsaliganjAruna Devi1
241JamuiAjay Pratap Singh1
137MohiuddinnagarSatyendra Singh1
238GobindpurPhulwa devi Yadav1
159AmarpurMrinal Sheker1
203RamgarhAshok Singh 2
204Mohania (SC)Neeranjan Ram 2
206ChainpurBrij Kishore Bind 2
208SasaramJawahar Prasad 2
210DinaraRajendra Singh 2
211NokhaRameshwar Prasad Chaurasia 2
213KarakatRajeshwar Raj 2
214ArvalChitranjan Kumar 2
219GohManoj Sharma 2
221Naveen NagarGopal Singh 2
223AurangabaadRamadhar Singh 2
225GuruaRajiv Dangi 2
229BodhgayaShyam Dev Paswan 2
230GayaPrem Kumar 2
234WazirganjVirendra Singh 2
205BhabuaAnand Bhushan Pandey2
8BetiyanRenu Devi 3
19MotihariPramod Kumar 3
28SitamarhiSunil Kumar 3
32BenipattiVinod Kumar Narayan Jha3
173RajgirSatyadev Narayan Arya 3
182BankipurNitin Naveen 3
183KumrarArun Kumar 3
184Patna SahibNand Kishore Yadav 3
194AarahAmrendra Pradap Singh 3
113EkmaKameshwar Singh3
115BaniapurTarkeshwar Singh3
116TaraiyaJanak Singh3
117MarhauraLal Babu Rai3
118ChapraC.N Gupta3
119Grkha (SC)Gyanchand Manjhi3
120AmnaurSatrudhan Tiwari3
122SonepurVinay Kumar Singh3
123HazipurAwadhesh Kumar3
128RaghopurSatish Kumar Yadav3
129MahnarDr. Achyutanand3
130Patepur (SC)Mahendra Baidha3
172BiharsharifDr. Sunil Kushwaha3
179BarhGyandra Kumar3
180BakhtiarpurRanvijay Singh3
181Dighasanjeev Chaurasia3
186DanapurAsha Sinha3
187ManerSrikant Nirala3
191BikramAnil Kumar3
192SandeshSanjay Singh3
193BarharaAsha Devi3
195AgiaonShivesh Kumar3
198ShahpurVisheswar Singh3
199BarhampurVivek Thakur3
200BuxarPradeep Dubey3
202Rajpur (SC)Vishwanath Ram3
176Nalandakaushlendra Yadav3
174IslampurVrindra Gop3
190PaliganjRam Janam Sharma3
2Ramnagar (SC)Bhagirathi Devi4
3NarkatiaganjRenu Kumari4
4BagahaRaghav Saran Pandey4
5LauriyaVinay Bihari4
6NautanNaryana Prasad4
7ChanpatiaPrakah Rai4
9SiktaDilip Verma4
10RaxaulDr. Ajay Kumar Singh4
11SugauliRam Chandra Sahni4
13HarsidhiKrishanandan paswan4
15KesariaRajendra Gupta4
16KalyanpurSachindra Prasad 4
17PipraShyam Babu Prasad4
18MadhubanRana Randhir Singh4
20ChiraiaLal Babu Prasad Gupta4
21DhakaPawan Kumar4
23RigaMoti Lal4
24BathnahaDinkar Ram4
25PariharGayatri Devi Yadav4
88GaighatVina Devi4
89AuraiRam Surat Rai4
92SakraArjun Ram4
94MuzaffarpurSuresh Kumar Verma4
96BarurajArun Kumar Singh4
97ParooAshok Kumar Singh4
98SahebganjRaju Kumar Singh4
99BaikunthpurMithilesh Tiwari4
100BarauliRam Pravesh Rai4
101GopalganjSubhash Singh4
103BhoreyIndra Dev Manjhi4
105SiwanVyash Dev Prasad4
106ZiradeiAsha Devi4
107DarauliRamyan Manjhi4
108RaghunathpurManoj Singh4
109DaraundhaJitendra Sawami4
111GoriyakothiDevesh Kant Singh4
112MaharajganjKumar Dev Ranjan Singh4
90PaliganjAjay Kushwaha4
93KurhaniKedar Gupta4
33KhajauliArun Shankar Prasad5
36MadhubaniRam Dev Mahto5
37RajnagarRam Preet Paswan5
38JhanjharpurNitish Mishra5
40LaukahaPramod Priyadarshi5
41NirmaliRam Kumar Rai5
42PipraVishaw Mahon Kumar5
45ChhatapurNiraj Singh Bablu5
46NarpatganjJanardhan Yadav5
47RaniganjRamji5
48ForbesganjManchan Kesri5
51SiktiVijay Mandal5
54KishanganjSweety Singh5
56AmourSaba Jaffer5
58KasbaPradeep Kumar Das5
59BanmankhiKrishna Kumar5
62PurniaVijay Khemka5
63KatiharTara Kishor Prasad5
64KadwaChandra Bhusan Thakur5
66PranpurVinod Singh5
68Bararivibhash chandra choudhary5
69KorhaMahesh Paswan5
71BihariganjDr. Ravichandran Yadav5
73MadhepuraVijay Kumar Yadav5
75SaharsaAlok Ranjan5
80BenipurGopal Thakur5
81AlinagarMishilal Yadav5
83DarbhangaSanjay Sarabagi5
85BahadurpurHari Sahni5
86KeotiAshok Yadav5
87JaleJivesh Kumar Mishra5
39PhulparasRam Sunder Yadav5
52BahadurganjAvadh Bihari Singh5
55KochadhamanAbdur Rehman5
60RupauliPermanand Mandal5

BJP Manifesto or Vision Document for Bihar

The BJP’s manifesto or vision document for Bihar 2015 tries to balance the promise of development with giveaways to several sections of society. These are some of its highlights:
  • Colour TV set for every Dalit and Mahadalit family
  • Laptops for 50,000 meritorious students in Class 10 and 12
  • 5,000 Scootys for girls who perform well in Class 10 and 12
  • Five decimal land for every landless household
  • A home for every family by 2022
  • Dhoti and a saree to every poor family
  • Ensure at least one person per family is e-literate
  • Make toilet mandatory in order to get government loans
  • 24X7 power supply in all parts of the state, including rural areas, by December 2016
  • There would be two power feeder supplies, one for domestic purposes and the second for farming  
  • Metalled roads to connect every village
  • A separate budget for agriculture
  • Setting up of Atal Medicine Centres that will provide medicines at a discount
  • Village councils that encourage education for every girl child above age six to be rewarded
  • Cheaper loans for technical and professional education of women  
  • Interest-free loans to farmers if the loans are taken for agricultural purposes

The CM Candidates of BJP

The BJP-led NDA alliance has entered the Bihar assembly elections without announcing its chief ministerial candidate. BJP strategists are aware that in terms of personal popularity no Bihari politician can match outgoing chief minister and JD (U) leader Nitish Kumar.

Thus any move on the part of the BJP to make it a face-off between Nitish and a state BJP leader will invariably work in the former’s favour. That’s why the BJP’s face in the Bihar polls is prime minister Narendra Modi, the undisputed party leader whose personal popularity continues to remain high after he led his party to a famous victory in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.

Of course, if the NDA wins the Bihar polls, the urgent search for a CM will be accompanied by multiple party meetings, selective leaks to the media and high drama — in the best traditions of Indian democracy!

So who are the BJP leaders in the reckoning for the top job? Let’s take a quick look.

Sushil Kumar Modi: Widely regarded as a frontrunner for the CM’s post, Nitish’s former deputy and lifelong RSS member Sushil Kumar Modi is from the Bania caste. If there is anything that doesn’t work for him, it is this — he is from a caste that doesn’t have a major role to play in Bihar’s delicate electoral caste calculations.

Ravi Shankar Prasad: The union communications minister is considered capable, and has a good equation with both prime minister Modi and the RSS. The question is: is he considered too much of a Delhi person?

Rajiv Pratap Rudy: Another high-profile leader who is considered to be CM material. But his support base within the Bihar BJP may be limited.

Nand Kishore Yadav: One of the most important Yadav politicians in the Bihar BJP, the five-time MLA has been a minister in the Nitish Kumar cabinet. If for some reason, caste rules out Sushil Modi, the BJP leadership could look at Nand Kishore as Plan B.

Radha Mohan Singh: The union agriculture minister is not a frontrunner, but may fancy his chances as a potential CM. It helps that he has a good equation with prime minister Modi and was head of the state BJP.

Prem Kumar: The extremely backward caste leader has been an NDA minister, but his overall acceptance within the Bihar BJP may be limited. Prem Kumar has virtually indicated his suitability for the top job.
Last Updated on 26 May, 2019.