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Counting of votes has started in Bihar elections. For this, 414 counting halls have been constructed at 55 centers in 38 districts. Due to Corona, the Election Commission has increased the number of polling booths and counting centers. Due to this, it may take more time than every time to bring trends and results. There is silence outside the party office of the ruling JDU. A much larger crowd is at the RJD office.

The first trend is likely to arrive by 8.45 am. The first result can come till 5 pm. The results will decide whether Nitish Kumar will return to power in Bihar once again or set a stunning record by becoming Chief Minister at the age of just 31. In the three phase elections, 57.05% of the 7.34 crore voters voted. In 2015, there was 56.66% voting. This time 3,733 candidates are in the fray out of which 3,362 are male, 370 female and 1 transgender.

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4 big faces of election campaign

  • Nitish Kumar: Nitish himself was not in the electoral fray, but Nitish was the biggest face of JDU. He held 113 election rallies in 103 areas.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi: This was the first election of Modi period, in which Amit Shah was absent. Modi is the big face of campaigning. He did 12 rallies in Bihar during the campaign.
  • Tejashwi Yadav The CM of the Grand Alliance is also a candidate. Tejashwi held 251 election meetings in 21 days. That is, an average of 12 rallies every day. Also done 4 road shows.
  • Rahul Gandhi: Congress President Sonia Gandhi abstained from campaigning due to ill health. Rahul’s sister and Congress general secretary Priyanka also appeared nowhere. Rahul handled the campaign front for the Congress. He did a total of 8 rallies.

5 hot seats

Seat

Between whom

Raghopur

Tejaswi Yadav (RJD) vs Satish Yadav (BJP)

Hasanpur

Tej Pratap Yadav (RJD) vs Rajkumar Rai (JDU)

Bankipur

Luv Sinha (Congress) vs Pushpam Priya Chaudhary (Plurals) vs Nitin Naveen (BJP)

Imamganj

Jitan Ram Manjhi (Hum) vs Uday Narayan Chaudhary (RJD)

Parsa

Chandrika Rai (JDU) vs Chhote Lal Rai (RJD)

NDA was ahead in 223 assembly seats in 2019 Lok Sabha elections
In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, NDA got 39 seats out of 40 in Bihar. The Congress candidate won only one seat. If you look at the results of the Lok Sabha according to the constituency, the NDA had an edge over 223 seats. Out of these, BJP was ahead in 92 seats and JDU in 96 seats. The LJP was ahead in 35 seats.

The Mahagathbandhan, which won one seat, was ahead of the assembly in 17 seats. Of these, RJD on 9 seats, Congress on 5, Ham on two (Secular) which is now a part of NDA and RLSP had an edge in one seat. Other parties were ahead of AIMIM in two assembly constituencies and CPI ML on one.

RJD and JDU fought together in 2015

In the 2015 elections, the RJD, JDU and Congress formed a grand alliance together. The alliance won 178 seats. But, after a year and a half, Nitish broke away from the Grand Alliance and moved to the NDA. In this election, NDA has JDU along with BJP, VIP and HAM (Secular). At the same time, the NDA, which was part of the NDA in the last election, is with RLSP and LJP.

Chief Ministerial candidate

  • Nitish Kumar: In the 2010 elections, Nitish was the face of the Chief Minister’s post from the NDA and in 2015 from the Grand Alliance. This time again he is CM face from NDA. Nitish’s party has been in power in the state for the last 15 years. Among them, Nitish has been the chief minister for more than 14 years.
  • Tejaswi Yadav: Tejashwi Yadav is the Chief Minister’s face this time from the Grand Alliance. After Lalu Yadav’s imprisonment, the RJD’s biggest party in the Grand Alliance is stunning. The Grand Alliance has fought the entire election in the face of Tejashwi. Party supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav was missing from even the publicity poster.

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