Bihar Assembly Elections: Who is out in Bihar? Bump is strong
RJD had fielded 144 candidates in the Bihar Assembly elections, out of which 74 candidates are leading. At the same time, the Congress, a partner of the Grand Alliance, fielded candidates for 70 seats Bihar Elections result 2020.
The counting of the Bihar assembly elections is going on and the initial trends are a close contest between the grand alliance led by Tejashwi Yadav and the NDA headed by Nitish Kumar. No party’s government seems to be formed due to the trends so far in Bihar. In Bihar, other parties are seen playing the role of becoming kingmakers. If there is a hung assembly in Bihar, then small parties are likely to hold the key to power.
A hung assembly will be the key to the power of Bihar in the hands of these parties
According to the trends in Bihar’s 238 seats, the Grand Alliance is leading in 112 seats while the NDA is leading in 107 seats. At the same time, other parties are leading in 19 seats. In this way, both the NDA and the Grand Alliance are away from the majority and the situation of forming a government is being formed with the help of other parties. If this result is achieved then small parties and independents are emerging as kingmakers.
RJD had fielded 144 candidates in the Bihar Assembly elections, out of which 74 candidates are leading. At the same time, the Congress, a partner of the Grand Alliance, fielded candidates for 70 seats. It looked to gain 26 seats. The Left parties involved in the Grand Alliance are looking to be strong again. In Bihar, the Left parties fielded candidates for 29 seats, out of which 14 are leading.
The counting of votes for 243 assembly constituencies in Bihar is under way.
The closely fought elections saw incumbent Nitish Kumar, who is heading the JD(U)-BJP combine, take on the Tejashwi Yadav-led Mahagathbandhan comprising RJD, Congress and Left Parties. Trends indicate that the state may be headed for a photo finish with both the major alliances locked in a neck-and-neck contest. Stay with TOI for live updates and constituency-wise results
In Bihar, BJP is contesting 110 seats, out of which 65 are leading. The Nitish Kumar-led JDU fielded candidates in 115 seats in Bihar, out of which it was leading in 40 seats. At the same time, the VIP party had fielded candidates for 11 seats, out of which it was leading in 4 seats. Similarly, Jitan Ram Manjhi’s party HAM fielded candidates for seven seats, out of which 1 is getting an edge.