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- Chirag Paswan LJP Party Vs Nitsh Kumar JDU NDA; Bihar (Vidhan Sabha) Assembly Election Results 2020
new Delhi17 minutes agoAuthor: Gaurav Pandey
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- Due to LJP, BJP is seen to gain about 3% vote share and JDU is losing 2% vote share.
- Compared to 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the vote share of the NDA in this election is about 20% and the seats are decreasing by about 85 to 90.
Is it a coincidence or a blessing of Bajrangbali. Today is Tuesday and BJP may emerge as the largest party in Bihar assembly elections for the first time. It is clear from the results that Chirag Paswan is indeed proving to be Hanuman for the BJP. Chirag had said during the campaign that he is Modi's Hanuman.
Chirag's life has increased BJP's vote share and seats. LJP fielded candidates for 134 seats. Only 6 of these seats are where LJP candidates were in the fray against the BJP candidate. This is the reason why BJP (contesting in alliance) has seen the highest number of 19.6% votes for the first time in 15 years.
LJP contested all 115 seats against JDU. Due to this, JDU is losing about 2% of the votes compared to the last election. 20 to 22 seats are also coming down. At the same time, out of the 134 seats where LJP fought, it seems to get only one seat, but is getting 5.7% votes.
2019 BJP closer than Lok Sabha 4% Loss of vote
Comparing BJP's vote share in 2019 Lok Sabha elections, its vote share has reduced by about 4%. The BJP had received 23.58% votes in the general election. Whereas, this time 19.6% votes are visible. At the same time, JDU's vote share has decreased by 6.5% compared to the general election.
15 BJP's vote share in the year 9% Increased
BJP-JDU contested the Bihar assembly elections of March 2005. BJP had 11% vote share in this election, 37 seats. This time the BJP's vote share is 19.6% and the seats are 72. That is, in 15 years the BJP has contested the JDU, increasing its vote share by 9% and almost doubled the seats. JDU's vote share has increased by 1% during this period. The 2015 BJP-JDU contested a separate election, so vote share for both is out of these figures.
|B J P||72||19.6|
* The table data will be constantly updated.
|B J P||53||25|
* In 2015 BJP contested elections on its own.
|B J P||91||16.5|
|B J P||55||15.6|
|B J P||37||11%|
|B J P||110||43.2|
* These figures are till the count of 41.6% votes.
NDA's vote share decreased by almost 20% compared to 2019 general election
The NDA won 39 of the 40 seats in Bihar in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. NDA's vote share was 57.33%. In terms of assembly seats, the NDA had an edge over 215 seats out of 243 seats. In this context, the NDA is losing about 80 to 90 seats in the elections that are being held after one year. The vote share of the NDA has also decreased by about 20% compared to the Lok Sabha elections.
|B J P||17||23.58|
|B J P||22||29.86%|