Whatever party is looking back and forth in the Bihar election trends, the reality is that you will have to wait till late evening for the final results of the Bihar elections.
Whatever party is looking back and forth in the Bihar election trends, the reality is that you will have to wait till late evening for the final results of the Bihar elections. This is because there is a difference of 1000 votes in 42 seats in 500 and 74 seats.
These seats can change the equation
According to the data till 1 pm, the total difference of votes in 166 seats was less than 5000. The figure is less than 2000 in 80 seats. The difference of votes in 49 seats is less than 1000. There are 20 seats with a margin of less than 500 votes, while 7 are seats where the margin of votes is less than 200. Obviously, these seats can change the trend at any time.
Election results may come late this time
According to election commission sources, trends and results may be slightly delayed this time as the number of polling stations was increased from 72,723 to 1,06,515 this time in view of corona infection. A 46.5 percent increase in polling booths was done to ensure adherence to social distancing measures in the wake of the corona epidemic.
NDA 122 seats, Grand Alliance ahead in 102 seats
As per the trends in counting of votes for Bihar assembly elections on Tuesday, the NDA is leading in 122 seats out of 243 seats while the opposition Grand Alliance is leading in 102 seats. According to the Election Commission of India data, the BJP is leading in 72 seats while ally JD (U) is leading in 46 seats and VIP party 7 seats.
The RJD is running ahead of the Grand Alliance in 62 seats while the Congress is running ahead in 21 seats, CPI-Male 13 seats, CPI 3 and CPI (M) 2 seats. Chirag Paswan’s Lok Janshakti Party is running ahead in 5 seats.
According to the commission, the BSP is moving ahead in one seat while Asaduddin Owaisi’s AIMIM is running ahead in three seats. Independents are running ahead in 7 seats. RJD leader Tej Pratap Yadav is ahead of his nearest rival JDU’s Rajkumar Rai in the Hasanpur seat by 3,183 votes. His younger brother, Ratan Yadav, is ahead of 2,333 votes from raghapur with his nearest rival.
Bjp’s Shreyasi Singh is ahead of his nearest rival by 2,333 votes. Bjp’s Nitish Mishra is ahead of 6,200 votes while Jd(U) ‘s Chandrika Rai is trailing by 1,144 votes from Parsa seat.
Bjp’s Nitin Naveen from Bankipur is ahead of 3,126 votes ahead of The Congress’ Luv Sinha while Sanjay Sarvagi of BJP from Darbhanga is ahead of 8,301 votes. Josi Singh of JD (U) is ahead of 1,916 votes. Ananth Singh from Mokama is running ahead of 6,365 votes.