News Desk, Tech for FTCP, New Delhi
Updated Tue, 10 Nov 2020 08:53 AM IST
Bihar Assembly Elections 2020
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Out of the 243 assembly seats in Bihar, initial trends have come in around 210 seats. Of these, the Grand Alliance is ahead in 120 seats, while the NDA has held the lead in 92 seats. During this time, the RJD has emerged as the largest party. It is leading in 84 seats. At the same time, BJP has led in 50 seats, while JDU is leading in 38 seats. The Congress has led in 18 seats and the Left parties 7. According to the initial trend, the Grand Alliance is currently getting an absolute majority and Tejashwi Yadav can become the Chief Minister.
This is the trend according to the political party
Looking at the initial trends, postal ballots are being opened right now. Among them, RJD is leading in 84 seats under the leadership of Tejashwi Yadav. At the same time, BJP 50 and JDU are leading in 38 seats. Apart from this, Jitan Ram Manjhi's Hum has gained an edge on one seat. In the initial trend, the Congress is ahead in 18 seats, while the Left parties are leading in 7 seats. At the same time, Chirag Paswan's LJP is leading in just one seat.
These giants made gains
In the initial trend, we are leading in the party's Jeetan Ram Manjhi Imamganj, while Tejashwi Yadav has taken the lead from Raghopur. RJD leader Chetan Anand is ahead of Shivhar. Let me tell you that for the first time Chetan Anand is in the election field. However, his mother Lovely Anand is currently lagging behind. At the same time, Shreyasi Singh, contesting for the first time, was leading from Jamui seat. He contested on a BJP ticket. BJP's Rana Randhir Singh is leading in Madhuban seat. BJP's Prem Kumar from Gaya has an edge. BJP's Amarendra Pratap is ahead of Ara, BJP is also leading in Benapatti.
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