Mayawati’s BSP has secured 1 seat in Bihar Elections. While AIMIM had won 3 seats and is leading on 2. In the case of Left parties, CPI and CPI(M) have won 1 seat each and is leading on 2 seats. CPI(ML) has emerged victorious on 6 seats and is currently leading on 6 seats. Congress has 7 wins and 12 leads. There is a close contest between BJP and RJD. BJP is having 32 wins and 40 leads while RJD has 31 wins and 46 leads. JDU is ahead on 45 seats and has won 32 seats. On the other hand, RJD has raised complaints of election fraud after anticipating defeat.
Results declared for 82 out of 243 seats of Bihar Election. Party wise result as below:
Left Parties: 7
Around 83% of total votes have been counted till 8 PM.
The official results for all the seats would be declared soon, the current trends have once again given an edge to the NDA alliance. NDA is having leads+wins of 124 seats while MGB stands at 111. As per the official results, BJP and RJD have both won 19 seats each. Followed by JDU winning 11 seats.
Officially Declared Winners (Source: ECI)
|All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen||1|
|Bahujan Samaj Party||0|
|Bharatiya Janata Party||16|
|Communist Party of India||1|
|Communist Party of India (Marxist)||1|
|Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)||3|
|Hindustani Awam Morcha (Secular)||1|
|Indian National Congress||3|
|Janata Dal (United)||7|
|Rashtriya Janata Dal||16|
|Vikassheel Insaan Party||2|
The fight of Bihar Election 2020 has once again taken an interesting turn. The NDA alliance has lost some gains and is currently having Leads+Wins on 121 seats. The Mahagathbandhan is giving a close contest to NDA having 114 leads+wins. Chirag Paswan’s LJP is trailing on the one seat it was leaning on. With a narrow gap of 6 seats between the two alliances, the fight has become intense now. Dy CM Sushil Modi is holding a meeting with Nitish Kumar at the latter’s residence.
Chandrika Rai Loses Parsa constituency where he had been an MLA 6 times. Chandrika Rai had left RJD over a marital dispute between his daughter Aishwarya Rai and Tej Pratap Yadav. Chandrika Rai had joined JDU this year. Instead of him, RJD’s Chhote Lal Ray has secured victory on the Parsa constituency.
Status of Key Candidates:
Tejaswi Yadav – Leading in Raghopur
Tej Pratap Yadav – Winner on Hasanpur seat
Jitan Ram Manjhi – Winner from Imamganj
Shubhashini Sharad Yadav – Lost Bihariganj constituency
Anant Kumar Singh – Winner from Mokama
Nitin Nabin – Winner on Bankipur constituency
Luv Sinha – Lost Bankipur seat
So far, 2.7 Crore votes have been counted as per the data from Election Commission. The total number of votes cast in the Bihar Election was 4.10 crore. This indicates that approximately 65% of vote counting has been done in Bihar till 5.30 PM. The BJP and RJD are having a neck to neck fight for the status of the single largest party. The leads+wins for BJP are 72 while that of RJD is 71.
Alliance wise, NDA is now leading(+wins) on 125 seats while Mahagathbandhan has reached the number 110. The majority mark for Bihar Assembly is 122.
The election commission has declared results for 14 seats. Out of which, BJP has won 6 seats; JDU, RJD, VIP- 2 seats each; and Congress, AIMIM- 1 seat each.
After a few leaders raised questions on EVM machines foreseeing the defeat, the Election commission has clarified that the machines are tamper-proof. Notably, Congress’s Karti Chidambaram has also opined that the EVMs are robust. Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary has blamed Asaduddin Owaisi for ‘cutting’ the votes. Congress is currently leading in only 18 of the 70 seats it has contested. There are still many constituencies showing a thin margin for candidates. The latest tally for Win+Leads stands as follows:
NDA: 131 seats, Mahagathbandhan: 102 seats. LJP is leading on only 1 seat as of now.
After trailing for a brief period, Jitan Ram Manjhi is once again leading in the Imamganj constituency. Sharad Yadav’s daughter Subhashini Sharad Yadav continues to trail on the Bihariganj seat. BJP’s Nitin Nabin has held initial gains till now in Bankipur while his opponent Luv Sinha is falling behind. Tejaswi Yadav and Tej Pratap Yadav are ahead on Raghopur and Hasanpur constituencies respectively.
BJP’s Sanjay Jaiswal has stated that there is no dispute over who will be the leader of NDA in Bihar. AIMIM is ahead on 4 seats while BSP and LJP are leading on 2 seats each. There are 3 independent candidates in the race as well.
The RJD has expressed confidence that the Grand Alliance will form a government in Bihar. In spite of the trends suggesting NDA’s lead in the election. Whereas, BJP and JDU supporters have started celebrating at various locations in Bihar.
Latest Update on Leads: NDA – 133, MGB – 99, Others – 11
हम सभी क्षेत्रों के उम्मीदवारों और कार्यकर्ताओं से संपर्क में है और सभी जिलों से प्राप्त सूचना हमारे पक्ष में है। देर रात तक गणना होगी। महागठबंधन की सरकार सुनिश्चित है। बिहार ने बदलाव कर दिया है। सभी प्रत्याशी और काउंटिंग एजेंट मतगणना पूरी होने तक काउंटिंग हॉल में बने रहें।
— Rashtriya Janata Dal (@RJDforIndia) November 10, 2020
NDA widens the number of leading seats to 135, MGB ahead on 96 seats. BJP is the largest party in terms of leads (77 seats).
RJD is at the second spot with 65 leads followed by JDU which is ahead on 52 seats. RJD’s Anant Kumar Singh has won from the Mokama constituency. Moreover, BJP’s Sanjay Saraogi has won in the Darbhanga constituency.
As per the leads shown at present, the Left parties are on the way to a big gain in Bihar Election. Left parties are leading on 18 seats out of the 29 contested. In the Bihar Election 2015, CPI(ML) had won only 3 seats amongst all the left parties. The Exit polls also had predicted gains for the Left parties in Bihar Election 2020.
Meanwhile, NDA continues to be ahead in the race leading on 127 seats while Mahagathbandhan leads on 101 seats. LJP has fallen far behind from the early trends, the party currently leads on only 2 seats.
The Election Commission in a press conference said that the counting of votes may conclude by tonight. Due to the COVID-19 protocols, there had been a 63% increase in the polling booth for Bihar Election. By now, 92 lakh votes have been counted so far. In the Bihar Election 2020, 4.10 Crore votes had been cast.
As per the latest update, the Vote Share of NDA is 38.8%, that of MGB is 36.8%. Also, LJP and Others are having a vote share of 6.1% and 18.3% respectively.
The elections.in – Chintamani Exit poll projections are in line with the current trends of Bihar Election Results.
NDA leading on 129 seats and Mahagathbandhan ahead on 103 seats.
|Elections.in – Chintamani||140||92||8||3|
|Republic TV Jan Ki Baat||91-117||118-138||5-8||3-6|
|CNN News 18-Todays Chanakaya||55||180||0||8|
|India Today Axis Poll||69-91||139-161||3-5||3-5|
There is a difference of only 1000 votes in 74 seats while only 11% of votes had been counted till 11.30 AM.
The actual result may take a while due to the unusual circumstance of COVID-19. The delay is attributed to the increased polling booth set up to maintain social distancing norms. The latest tally stands at 128 seat lead for NDA and 104 seat lead for Mahagathbandhan. BJP is still at the top position as it’s leading on 76 seats.
NDA continues to hold lead in Bihar Election Results. Currently, NDA is leading on 131 seats whereas Mahagathbandhan is ahead on 100 seats. Chirag Paswan’s LJP has lost few leads and is leading on 4 seats at present. The election commission has announced to hold a press conference at 1.30 PM. Party wise breakup of leads as below:
NDA Coalition Leads
Bihar Election Key Candidates:
Shreyasi Singh – (Jamui) – Leading
Nitin Nabin – (Bankipur) – Leading
Nand Kishor Yadav – (Patna Sahib) – Trailing
Asha Devi – (Danapur) – Trailing
Arun Manjhi – (Phulwari) – Leading
Jai Vardhan Yadav – (Paliganj) – Trailing
Krishan Nandan Verma – (Jehanabad) – Trailing
Jitan Ram Manjhi – (Imamganj) – Trailing
Tejaswi Yadav – (Raghopur) – Leading
Tej Pratap Yadav – (Hasanpur) – Leading
Anand Kumar Singh – (Mokama) – Leading
Divya Prakash – (Tarapur) – Trailing
Subhashini Sharad Yadav – (Bihariganj) – Trailing
Luv Sinha – (Bankipur) – Trailing
Pravin Singh Kushwaha – (Patna Sahib) – Leading
Gunjan Patel – (Nalanda) – Trailing
NDA Crosses Majority Marks as per the Trends
After Struggling in the initial trends, the NDA coalition in Bihar has now managed to lead on 129 seats in Bihar. Whereas Mahagathbandhan is leading with 98 seats. Importantly, LJP has maintained a lead on 8 seats and can play a crucial role in the case of a hung assembly.
BJP is ahead on 69 seats and Lalu Yadav’s RJD is maintaining a lead on 63 seats. AIMIM+ is going ahead on 1 seat as of now. Jitan Ram Manjhi and Tej Pratap Yadav are still trailing in their constituencies after initial leads.
NDA has moved past Mahagathbandhan in terms of total leads. The NDA coalition is leading on 124 seats as against 106 seats of Mahagathbandhan. Moreover, LJP is going ahead on 7 seats. Tej Pratap Yadav of RJD is lagging behind JDU’s Raj Kumar Ray in the Hasanpur constituency. State minister Nand Kishor Yadav (BJP) is also trailing in the Patna Saheb constituency. Congress’s Subhashini Sharad Yadav is trailing from Bihariganj constituency.
The NDA and MGB alliances are leading in almost the same number of seats suggesting a close contest.
NDA is now leading on 119 seats while MGB is ahead in 115 seats. Chirag Paswan’s LJP has maintained a lead on 6 seats.
Update on Key candidates:
Anand Kumar Singh (RJD): Leading in Mokama
Shreyasi Singh (BJP): Leading in Jamui
Pappu Yadav (JAP): Trailing in Madhepura
Latest trends, NDA inching closer to MGB in total leads. Mahagathbandhan is leading on 125 seats while NDA leading on 109 seats.
Congress’s Luv Sinha is trailing in Bankipur against Nitin Nabin of BJP. Tej Pratap Yadav takes lead in Hasanpur constituency.
Supporters have started gathering outside Tejaswi Yadav’s house. He is leading in the Raghopur constituency. BJP’s Nand Kishor Yadav, cabinet minister, is leading from Patna Saheb constituency.
Leads and Trails amongst key candidates:
Chandrika Roy (JDU): Trailing in Parsa
Manju Verma (JDU): Trailing in Cheria Beriyarpur
Nitin Nabin (BJP): Leading from Bankipur
Anant Singh (RJD): Leading in Mokama
The EC officials are counting postal ballots currently which show that Mahagathbandhan is still maintaining early gains. Jitan Ram Manjhi is leading from Imamganj constituency. MGB leading on 101 seats while NDA leading on 64 seats.
Party wise leads:
RJD: 78, BJP: 39, JDU: 30, Congress: 20, LJP: 2, Others: 10
Early trends for Bihar Election Result show Grand Alliance is leading on 44 seats while NDA leading on 23 seats.
The majority mark for Bihar Legislative Assembly is 122 seats. The Exit Polls had predicted either a hung assembly or an edge to Mahagathbandhan.