How Raghubar Das lost?
Eastern Panorama|January 2020
Legislative Assembly Elections were held in Jharkhand from 30 November to 20 December 2019 where Mr. Raghubar Das, former Chief Minister of Jharkhand of the Bharatiya Janata Party was defeated on its traditional seat by a margin of over 15,000 votes. Not only that, the BJP also lost the neighboring seat by a margin of 22,000 votes where BJP’s Devendra Singh was defeated by congress nominee Banna Gupta.

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