Patna: In the battle of power in Bihar, the BJP scored high in terms of winning rate in the Bihar get together polls, while its partner JD(U) performed generally ineffectively. Within the restriction camp, the Left front outscored its partners with a much way better strike rate. At conclusion, BJP packed away 74 seats whereas JD(U) overseen to win 43 seats. Tejashwi Yadav-led RJD finished the race as the single biggest party, securing a whopping 75 seats. Meanwhile, the recent Bihar NDA partner LJP won one seat after it challenged 137 seats in the election.


Bihar Chief Serve Nitish Kumar-led Janata Dal has won the Hilsa get together seat Assembly election by 12 votes, according to the Election Commission website. The results of Bihar Assembly Election 2020 were announced on November 10 (Tuesday). Rashtriya Janata Dal has challenged the result. Concurring to the comes about overhauled by the EC on its site, the JD(U)’s Krishnamurari Sharan or Prem Mukhiya has surveyed 61,848 votes, whereas the RJD’s Atri Muni or Shakti Singh Yadav managed to get 61,836 votes. “Results declared,” the EC composed within the ”status” column for Hilsa seat late Tuesday night and it wrote “12” in the margin column.


When the EC website showed that the votes for Hilsa were still being counted, the RJD charged that the survey body was turning to out of line implies to guarantee JDU’s candidate’s win from this seat. “The Returning Officer had announced RJD candidate Shakti Singh from Hilsa gathering voting public as the winner by 547 votes. He was told to hold up for issuing the victory certificate. But at that point the Returning Officer gets a call from the Chief Minister’s home and the officer abruptly says the RJD candidate has misplaced by 13 votes due to postal votes being cancelled,” a tweet of the said. The EC addressed a press conference at 10 pm on Tuesday.

Crediting Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership and handling of the COVID-19 widespread for the NDA’s triumph in Bihar, BJP president J P Nadda on Wednesday said people of the state have chosen ‘vikas raaj’ over an atmosphere of crime and anarchy. Expressing gratitude towards the party’s triumph in Bihar assembly polls and bypolls in different states, Nadda said this was India’s first big elections after the world was hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. He added that questions were raised around the leadership of big and powerful countries amid the coronavirus pandemic but Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a striking and timely decision of lockdown that saved the lives of a large number of people.