Bihar Assembly Election 2010

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Bihar Result Status

Status Known For 243 out of 243 Constituencies

Party WonLeadingTotal
All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen50 5
Bahujan Samaj Party10 1
Bharatiya Janata Party740 74
Communist Party of India20 2
Communist Party of India (Marxist)20 2
Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)120 12
Hindustani Awam Morcha (Secular)40 4
Independent10 1
Indian National Congress190 19
Janata Dal (United)430 43
Lok Jan Shakti Party10 1
Rashtriya Janata Dal750 75
Vikassheel Insaan Party40 4
Total2430243

List of Constituency Wise Winners

AC No. State Constituency Winner Party Votes
1 Bihar Agiaon Shivesh Kumar BJP 29257
2 Bihar Alamnagar Narendra N.Yadav JD(U) 64967
3 Bihar Alauli Ram Chandra Sada JD(U) 53775
4 Bihar Alinagar Abdul Bari Siddiqui RJD 37923
5 Bihar Amarpur Janardan Manjhi JD(U) 47300
6 Bihar Amnour Krishana Kumar JD(U) 29508
7 Bihar Amour Saba Zafar BJP 57774
8 Bihar Araria Zakir Hussain Khan LJP 49532
9 Bihar Arrah Amrendra Pratap Singh BJP 56504
10 Bihar Arwal Chitranjan Kumar BJP 23984
11 Bihar Asthawan Jitendra Kumar JD(U) 54176
12 Bihar Atri Krishna Nandan Yadav JD(U) 55633
13 Bihar Aurai Ram Surat Rai BJP 38422
14 Bihar Aurangabad Ramadhar Singh BJP 41176
15 Bihar Babubarhi Uma Kantyadav RJD 51772
16 Bihar Bachwara Abdhesh Kumar Rai CPI 33770
17 Bihar Bagaha Prabhat Ranjan Singh JD(U) 67510
18 Bihar Bahadurganj Mohammadtousif Alam INC 30551
19 Bihar Bahadurpur Madan Sahni JD(U) 27320
20 Bihar Baikunthpur Manjeet Kumar Singh JD(U) 70105
21 Bihar Baisi Santosh Kumar BJP 39939
22 Bihar Bajpatti Ranju Geeta JD(U) 44726
23 Bihar Bakhri Ramanand Ram BJP 43871
24 Bihar Bakhtiarpur Aniruddh Kumar RJD 52782
25 Bihar Balrampur Dulal Chandra Goshwami IND 48136
26 Bihar Baniapur Kedar Nath Singh RJD 45259
27 Bihar Banka Javed Iqbalansari RJD 29047
28 Bihar Bankipur Nitin Nabin BJP 78771
29 Bihar Banmankhi Krishna Kumar Rishi BJP 67950
30 Bihar Barachatti Jyoti Devi JD(U) 57550
31 Bihar Barari Bibhasha Chandra Choudhary BJP 58104
32 Bihar Barauli Ram Pravesh Rai BJP 45234
33 Bihar Barbigha Gajanand Shahi JD(U) 24136
34 Bihar Barh Gyanendra Kumar Singh JD(U) 53129
35 Bihar Barhampur Dilmarni Devi BJP 46196
36 Bihar Barhara Raghwendra Pratap Singh RJD 46102
37 Bihar Barharia Shyam Bahadur Singh JD(U) 53707
38 Bihar Baruraj Brij Kishor Singh RJD 42783
39 Bihar Bathnaha Dinkar Ram BJP 49181
40 Bihar Begusarai Surendra Mehta BJP 50602
41 Bihar Belaganj Surendra Prasadyadav RJD 53079
42 Bihar Beldaur Pannalal Singh (Patel) JD(U) 45990
43 Bihar Belhar Giridhariyadav JD(U) 33776
44 Bihar Belsand Sunita Singh JD(U) 38139
45 Bihar Benipatti Vinod Narain Jha BJP 31198
46 Bihar Benipur Gopal Jee Thakur BJP 43222
47 Bihar Bettiah Renu Devi BJP 42010
48 Bihar Bhabua Dr. Pramod Kumar Singh LJP 31246
49 Bihar Bhagalpur Ashwini Kumar Choubey BJP 49164
50 Bihar Bhore Idradeo Majhi BJP 61401
51 Bihar Bibhutpur Ram Balak Singh JD(U) 46469
52 Bihar Bihariganj Renu Kumari JD(U) 79062
53 Bihar Biharsharif Dr. Sunil Kumar JD(U) 77880
54 Bihar Bihpur Shailendra Kumar BJP 48027
55 Bihar Bikram Anil Kumar BJP 38965
56 Bihar Bisfi Dr. Faiyaj Ahmad RJD 47169
57 Bihar Bochaha Ramai Ram JD(U) 61885
58 Bihar Bodh Gaya Shyam Deo Paswan BJP 54160
59 Bihar Buxar Prof. Sukhada Pande BJP 48062
60 Bihar Chainpur Brij Kishor Vind BJP 46510
61 Bihar Chakai Sumit Kumar Singh JMM 21809
62 Bihar Chanpatia Chandra Mohan Rai BJP 44835
63 Bihar Chapra Janardan Singh Sigriwal BJP 61045
64 Bihar Chenari Shyam Bihari Ram JD(U) 44586
65 Bihar Cheria Bariarpur Kumari Manju Verma JD(U) 32807
66 Bihar Chhatapur Neeraj Kumar Singh JD(U) 66895
67 Bihar Chiraia Avaneesh Kumar Singh BJP 39459
68 Bihar Danapur Asha Devi BJP 59425
69 Bihar Darauli Ramayan Manjhi BJP 40993
70 Bihar Daraundha Jagmato Devi JD(U) 49115
71 Bihar Darbhanga Sanjay Saraogi BJP 64136
72 Bihar Darbhanga Rural Lalit Kumaryadav RJD 29776
73 Bihar Dehri Jyoti Rashmi ND 43634
74 Bihar Dhaka Pawan Kumar Jaiswal IND 48100
75 Bihar Dhamdaha Leshi Singh JD(U) 64323
76 Bihar Dhuraiya Manish Kumar JD(U) 40261
77 Bihar Digha Punam Devi JD(U) 81247
78 Bihar Dinara Jay Kumar Singh JD(U) 47176
79 Bihar Dumraon Dr. Daud Ali JD(U) 42538
80 Bihar Ekma Manoranjan Singh JD(U) 55474
81 Bihar Fatwa Dr. Ramanand Yadav RJD 50218
82 Bihar Forbesganj Padam Parag Roy (Venu) BJP 70463
83 Bihar Gaighat Veena Devi BJP 56386
84 Bihar Garkha Gyan Chand Manjhi BJP 41033
85 Bihar Gaya Town Prem Kumar BJP 55618
86 Bihar Ghosi Rahul Kumar JD(U) 40364
87 Bihar Gobindpur Kaushalyadav JD(U) 45589
88 Bihar Goh Dr. Ranvijay Kumar JD(U) 47378
89 Bihar Gopalganj Subas Singh BJP 58010
90 Bihar Gopalpur Narendra Kumar Niraj JD(U) 53876
91 Bihar Gora Bauram Dr. Izhar Ahmad JD(U) 33258
92 Bihar Goriyakothi Bhumendra Narayan Singh BJP 42533
93 Bihar Govindganj Meena Dwivedi JD(U) 33859
94 Bihar Gurua Surendra Prasad Sinha BJP 46767
95 Bihar Hajipur Nityanand Roy BJP 55315
96 Bihar Harlakhi Shaligramyadav JD(U) 30281
97 Bihar Harnaut Harinarayan Singh JD(U) 56827
98 Bihar Harsidhi Krishana Nandan Paswan BJP 48130
99 Bihar Hasanpur Raj Kumar Ray JD(U) 36767
100 Bihar Hathua Ram Sewak Singh JD(U) 50708
101 Bihar Hayaghat Amar Nath Gami BJP 32023
102 Bihar Hilsa Usha Sinha JD(U) 54974
103 Bihar Hisua Anil Singh BJP 43110
104 Bihar Imamganj Uday Narain Choudhary JD(U) 44126
105 Bihar Islampur Rajib Ranjan JD(U) 56332
106 Bihar Jagdishpur Dinesh Kumar Singh RJD 55560
107 Bihar Jahanabad Abhiram Sharma JD(U) 35508
108 Bihar Jale Vijay Kumar Mishra BJP 42590
109 Bihar Jamalpur Shailesh Kumar JD(U) 48337
110 Bihar Jamui Ajay Pratap JD(U) 60130
111 Bihar Jhajha Damodar Rawat JD(U) 48080
112 Bihar Jhanjharpur Nitish Mishra JD(U) 57652
113 Bihar Jokihat Sarfrazalam JD(U) 44027
114 Bihar Kadwa Bhola Ray BJP 38225
115 Bihar Kahalgaon Sadanand Singh INC 44936
116 Bihar Kalyanpur Razia Khatoon JD(U) 41163
117 Bihar Kalyanpur(by poll 2010) Manju Kumari JD(U) 59325
118 Bihar Kalyanpur(by poll) Ramsewak Hazari JD(U) 62124
119 Bihar Kanti Ajit Kumar JD(U) 39648
120 Bihar Karakat Rajeshwar Raj JD(U) 49751
121 Bihar Kargahar Ram Dhani Singh JD(U) 54190
122 Bihar Kasba Md.Afaque Alam INC 63025
123 Bihar Katihar Tar Kishore Prasad BJP 58718
124 Bihar Katoria Sonelal Hembram BJP 32332
125 Bihar Keoti Ashok Kumaryadav BJP 45791
126 Bihar Kesariya Sachindra Pd. Singh BJP 34649
127 Bihar Khagaria Poonam Devi Yadav JD(U) 48841
128 Bihar Khajauli Arun Shankar Prasad BJP 44959
129 Bihar Kishanganj Dr Mohammad Jawaid INC 38867
130 Bihar Kochadhaman Akhatarul Iman RJD 37376
131 Bihar Korha Mahesh Paswan BJP 71020
132 Bihar Kuchaikote Amrendra Kumar Pandey JD(U) 51815
133 Bihar Kumhrarh Arun Kumar Sinha BJP 83425
134 Bihar Kurhani Manoj Kumar Singh JD(U) 36757
135 Bihar Kurtha Satyadev Singh JD(U) 37633
136 Bihar Kusheshwarasthan Shashi Bhushan Hajari BJP 28576
137 Bihar Kutumba Lalan Ram JD(U) 42559
138 Bihar Lakhisarai Vijay Kumar Sinha BJP 78457
139 Bihar Lalganj Annu Shukla JD(U) 58210
140 Bihar Laukaha Hari Prasad Sah JD(U) 47849
141 Bihar Lauriya Vinay Bihari IND 38381
142 Bihar Madhepura Chandrashekhar RJD 72481
143 Bihar Madhuban Shivjee Rai JD(U) 40478
144 Bihar Madhubani Ram Deo Mahto BJP 44817
145 Bihar Maharajganj Damodar Singh JD(U) 40232
146 Bihar Mahishi Drabdul Gafoor RJD 39158
147 Bihar Mahua Ravindra Ray JD(U) 46309
148 Bihar Makhdumpur Jitan Ram Manjhi JD(U) 38463
149 Bihar Maner Bhai Virendra RJD 57818
150 Bihar Manhar Dr. Achyuatanand BJP 29754
151 Bihar Manihari Manohar Prasad Singh JD(U) 44938
152 Bihar Manjhi Gautam Singh JD(U) 28687
153 Bihar Marhaura Jitendra Kumar Rai RJD 26374
154 Bihar Masaurhi Arun Manjhi JD(U) 56977
155 Bihar Matihani Narendra Kumar Singh Urf Bogo Singh JD(U) 60530
156 Bihar Minapur Dinesh Prasad JD(U) 42286
157 Bihar Mohania Chhedi Paswan JD(U) 38918
158 Bihar Mohiuddinnagar Rana Gangeshwar Singh BJP 51756
159 Bihar Mokama Anant Kumar Singh JD(U) 51564
160 Bihar Morwa Baidhnath Sahani JD(U) 40271
161 Bihar Motihari Pramod Kumar BJP 51888
162 Bihar Munger Anant Kumar Satyarthy JD(U) 55086
163 Bihar Muzaffarpur Suresh Kumar Sharma BJP 72301
164 Bihar Nabinagar Virendra Kumar Singh JD(U) 36860
165 Bihar Nalanda Shrawon Kumar JD(U) 58067
166 Bihar Narkatia Shyam Bihari Prasad JD(U) 31549
167 Bihar Narkatiaganj Satish Chandra Dubey BJP 45022
168 Bihar Narpatganj Devanti Yadav BJP 61106
169 Bihar Nathnagar Ajai Kumar Mandal JD(U) 42094
170 Bihar Nautan Manorma Prasad JD(U) 40894
171 Bihar Nawada Purnimayadav JD(U) 46568
172 Bihar Nirmali Aniruddha Prasadyadav JD(U) 70150
173 Bihar Nokha Rameshwar Prasad BJP 39020
174 Bihar Obra Somprakash Singh ND 36816
175 Bihar Paliganj Dr. Usha Vidyarthi BJP 43692
176 Bihar Parbatta Samrat Choudhary Alias Rakesh Kumar RJD 60428
177 Bihar Parihar Ram Naresh Pr. Yadav. BJP 32987
178 Bihar Paroo Ashok Kumar Singh BJP 53609
179 Bihar Parsa Chhotelal Rai JD(U) 44828
180 Bihar Patepur Mahendra Baitha BJP 53762
181 Bihar Patna Sahib Nand Kishoreyadav BJP 91419
182 Bihar Phulparas Guljar Devi JD(U) 36113
183 Bihar Phulwari Shyam Rajak JD(U) 67390
184 Bihar Pipra Awadhesh Prasad Kushwaha JD(U) 40099
185 Bihar Pipra(by poll) Sujata Devi JD(U) 44883
186 Bihar Pirpainti Aman Kumar BJP 48493
187 Bihar Pranpur Binod Kumar Singh BJP 43660
188 Bihar Purnia Raj Kishore Keshari BJP 54605
189 Bihar Purnia(by poll) Kiran Devi BJP 53732
190 Bihar Rafiganj Ashok Kumar Singh JD(U) 58501
191 Bihar Raghopur Satish Kumar JD(U) 64222
192 Bihar Raghunathpur Vikram Kunwar BJP 33474
193 Bihar Raja Pakar Sanjay Kumar JD(U) 43212
194 Bihar Rajauli Kanhaiya Kumar BJP 51020
195 Bihar Rajgir Satyadeo Narainarya BJP 50648
196 Bihar Rajnagar Ram Lakhan Ram Raman RJD 40584
197 Bihar Rajpur Santosh Kumar Nirala JD(U) 54802
198 Bihar Ramgarh Ambika Singh RJD 30787
199 Bihar Ramnagar Bhagirathi Devi BJP 51993
200 Bihar Raniganj Parmanand Rishideo BJP 65111
201 Bihar Raxaul Dr. Ajay Kumar Singh BJP 48686
202 Bihar Riga Motilal Prasad BJP 48633
203 Bihar Rosera Manju Hajari BJP 57930
204 Bihar Runisaidpur Guddi Devi JD(U) 36125
205 Bihar Rupauli Bima Bharti JD(U) 64887
206 Bihar Saharsa Alok Ranjan BJP 55687
207 Bihar Sahebganj Raju Kumar Singh JD(U) 46606
208 Bihar Sahebpur Kamal Parveenamanullah JD(U) 46391
209 Bihar Sakra Suresh Chanchal JD(U) 55486
210 Bihar Samastipur Akhtarul Islam Sahin RJD 42852
211 Bihar Sandesh Sanjay Singh (Tiger) BJP 29988
212 Bihar Sarairanjan Vijay Kumar Chaudhary JD(U) 53946
213 Bihar Sasaram Jawahar Prasad BJP 50856
214 Bihar Shahpur Munni Devi BJP 44795
215 Bihar Sheikhpura Randhir Kumar Soni JD(U) 31507
216 Bihar Sheohar Sharfuddin JD(U) 40447
217 Bihar Sherghati Vinod Prasad Yadav JD(U) 25447
218 Bihar Sikandra Rameshwar Paswan JD(U) 39829
219 Bihar Sikta Dilip Varma IND 49229
220 Bihar Sikti Anandi Prasadyadav BJP 42076
221 Bihar Simri Bakhtiarpur Drarun Kumar JD(U) 57980
222 Bihar Singheshwar Ramesh Rishidev JD(U) 72282
223 Bihar Sitamarhi Sunil Kumaralias Pintu BJP 51664
224 Bihar Siwan Vyasdeo Prasad BJP 51637
225 Bihar Sonbarsa Ratnesh Sada JD(U) 56633
226 Bihar Sonepur Vinay Kumar Singh BJP 64676
227 Bihar Sugauli Ramchandra Sahani BJP 39021
228 Bihar Sultanganj Subodh Rai JD(U) 34652
229 Bihar Supaul Bijendra Prasadyadav JD(U) 55179
230 Bihar Surajgarha Prem Ranjan Patel BJP 49511
231 Bihar Sursand Shahidali Khan JD(U) 38542
232 Bihar Taraiya Janak Singh BJP 26600
233 Bihar Tarapur Neeta Choudhary JD(U) 44582
234 Bihar Tarari Narendra Kumar Pandeyalias Sunil Pandey JD(U) 48413
235 Bihar Teghra Lalan Ku. BJP 38694
236 Bihar Thakurganj Naushadalam LJP 36372
237 Bihar Tikari Dr. Anil Kumar JD(U) 67706
238 Bihar Tribeniganj Amla Devi JD(U) 63729
239 Bihar Ujiarpur Durga Prasad Singh RJD 42791
240 Bihar Vaishali Brishin Patel JD(U) 60950
241 Bihar Valmiki Nagar Rajesh Singh JD(U) 42289
242 Bihar Warisnagar Ashok Kumar JD(U) 46245
243 Bihar Warsaliganj Pradip Kumar JD(U) 42381
244 Bihar Wazirganj Virendra Singh BJP 38893
245 Bihar Ziradei Asha Devi BJP 29442
2020 Assembly Elections Updates

The Election Commission has declared the final tally of Bihar assembly polls 2020 results. The NDA is set for another term, cumulative winning 125 seats -- above the halfway majority mark of 122. The RJD has emerged as the single-largest party, winning 75 seats.

Bihar
Result Status
 
Status Known For 243 out of 243 Constituencies
PartyWonLeadingTotal
All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen505
Bahujan Samaj Party101
Bharatiya Janata Party74074
Communist Party of India202
Communist Party of India (Marxist)202
Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)12012
Hindustani Awam Morcha (Secular)404
Independent101
Indian National Congress19019
Janata Dal (United)43043
Lok Jan Shakti Party101
Rashtriya Janata Dal75075
Vikassheel Insaan Party404
Total2430243

Final status of 241 seats have been declared by the Election Commission. The counting is underway in remaining two constituencies.

Status of 240 seats are known, with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Janata Dal (United) poised to form a government, along with the Hindustan Awami Morcha (Secular) and the Vikassheel Insaf Party (VIP). Counting of votes is still underway in three seats.

The Election Commission officials said that the counting of votes is pending in 20 constituencies. Results in 223 assembly seats have been declared, the EC officials said. 

The Election Commission's special post-midnight press conference has begun.

Today is a historic day that NDA has won again the extraordinary trust of the people of Bihar. They trusted PM Modi's leadership whose commitment resonated with them that without development of Bihar, development of India will remain incomplete: Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad

 

Results declared for 203 seats out of the total 243. NDA wins 102 seats with BJP  winning 60, JDU at 34, VIP at 4 and  HAM won 4 seats. Mahagathbandhan wins 93 seats. RJD won 64, Congress 16, and Left 13 seats. AIMIM wins 5, BSP wins 1, and 1 seat goes to independent candidate.

The BJP has proclaimed victory in the Bihar assembly elections 2020, with the trends now largely projecting a win for the NDA in 124 constituencies -- marginally above the halfway mark of 122. The RJD, however, has alleged foul play, claiming that the candidates of Mahagathbandhan are ahead in 119 seats. The Election Commission's press conference at 1 am is awaited.

PM Narendra Modi thanked the voters of Bihar for another term to the National Democratic Alliance (NDA).

Election Commission will hold a press briefing on Bihar Assembly elections 2020 at 1 am.

Bihar: BJP workers celebrate in Patna as the latest trends show their party leading in #BiharElectionResults. Visuals of BJP workers & supporters bursting crackers outside party office in the state capital.

Results declared for 183 seats out of the total 243. 

NDA wins 90 seats (BJP 51, JDU 32, VIP 4, HAM 3)

Mahagathbandhan wins 86 seats (RJD 60, Congress 14, Left 12)

AIMIM wins 4; BSP wins 1, and Independent wins 1

Results declared for 165 seats out of the total 243. 

NDA wins 83 seats (BJP 47, JDU 29, VIP 4, HAM 3), leading on 39

Mahagathbandhan wins 76 seats (RJD 52, Congress 12, Left 12), ahead on 37

AIMIM wins 4, leading on 1; BSP wins 1, & Independent 1

There are over dozens of seats where tampering has been done. They are trying to change the people's mandate, even after all such ill-intended attempts we'll form govt: RJD leader Manoj Jha after leaving Election Commission Office in Patna

BJP candidate Shreyasi Singh wins from Jamui State Assembly constituency in Bihar 

The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) is emerging as the single-larges party in the Bihar assembly elections 2020. It has won 31 seats and is leading on 46 others. The grand alliance of RJD, Congress and Left is ahead in 114 constituencies, whereas the JDU-BJP combine in 122.

The grand alliance has won 119 seats in the Bihar assembly elections, claimed the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) even as the counting of votes is underway. The RJD also alleged that the poll officials declared 119 candidates of the grand alliance as winners, but are not giving certificates to them.

The JDU-BJP combine is now ahead in 124 constituencies, whereas the grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is ahead in 112 constituencies.

The BJP is emerging as the single-largest party in the Bihar assembly elections. The BJP has won 19 seats and was leading on 55 others. The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) of BJP and JDU is leading on 125 seats. The grand alliance of RJD, Congress and Left is ahead in 110 constituencies.

The JDU-BJP combine is ahead of the grand alliance of RJD, Congress and Left just by 12 seats.

Party

Won

Leading

Total

AIMIM

1

4

5

BSP

0

1

1

BJP

17

57

74

CPI

1

2

3

CPI(M)

1

1

2

CPI(ML)

4

8

12

HAM(S)

1

2

3

Ind.

1

0

1

Congress

7

13

20

JD(U)

10

33

43

RJD

18

57

75

VIP

2

2

4

Total

63

180

243

The JDU-BJP combine is ahead of the grand alliance of RJD, Congress and Left just by 5 seats. Currently, the JDU-BJP alliance has won 24 seats and maintains lead on 96 other seats. The grand alliance has bagged 16 seats and is leading on 99 other seats.

A neck and neck contest between the JDU-BJP combine and the grand alliance of RJD, Congress and Left is being seen again in Bihar. Currently, the JDU-BJP alliance has won 18 seats and maintains lead on 101 other seats. The grand alliance has bagged 12 seats and is leading on 104 other seats.

Chandrika Rai, father-in-law of RJD's Tej Pratap Yadav & JDU candidate from Parsa loses to RJD's Chhote Lal Ray.

Bihar Election 2020: Election Commission declares results for 20 out of 243 seats -BJP & RJD win 6 each, JD(U), Congress & Vikassheel Insaan Party 2 each, AIMIM & CPI(M) 1 each. 

NDA leading on 123 seats

Mahagathbandhan on 112 seats

AIMIM on 5 seats

BSP on 1 seat

Independents on 2

Bihar Election 2020 results: RJD, BJP, and JD(U) win two seats each so far, Vikassheel Insaan Party wins one.

NDA leading on 124 seats

Mahagathbandhan leading on 109 seats

AIMIM leading on 4 seats

BSP leading on 2 seats

LJP leading on 1 seat

Independents leading on 3 seats

The JDU-BJP is now leading on 126 seats, while the grand alliance of RJD, Congress and Left is ahead in 107 constituencies.

Party

Won

Leading

Total

AIMIM

0

4

4

BSP

0

2

2

BJP

1

75

76

CPI

0

3

3

CPI(M)

0

3

3

CPI(ML)

0

13

13

HAM(S)

0

3

3

Ind.

0

3

3

Congress

0

18

18

JD(U)

2

40

42

LJP

0

1

1

RJD

1

69

70

VIP

0

5

5

Total

4

239

243

BJP candidate Ram Chandra Prasad has been elected as an MLA from Hayaghat assembly seat in Bihar. He defeated Bhola Yadav of RJD.

Janata Dal (United) candidate Ashok Kumar Chodhary has been elected as MLA from Sakra assembly seat in Bihar.

Janata Dal (United) candidate Shashi Bhushan Hazari has been elected as an MLA from Kusheshwar Asthan assembly seat in Bihar.

The JDU-BJP combine or NDA has maintained a lead over the grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left. The NDA is currently leading on 132 out of 243 seats in Bihar assembly. The grand alliance, on the other hand, has lead in 100 constituencies.

Rashtriya Janata Dal exuded confidence in winning the Bihar Assembly Elections 2020. The RJD said that the Mahagathbandhan would form the government in the state.

 EC declares first result of polls- RJD's Lalit Yadav wins Darbhanga Rural.

NDA leading on 129 - BJP 73, JDU 49, VIP 5, HAM 2

Mahagathbandhan ahead on 103 - RJD 64 (1 seat won) Congress 20, Left 18

BSP leading on 2, AIMIM on 4, LJP on 1 & independents on 4

 

Election Commission trends for all 243 seats at 3 pm: NDA leading on 128 seats - BJP 73, JDU 49, VIP 5, HAM 1.

Mahagathbandhan ahead on 105 seats - RJD 67, Congress 20, Left 18.

BSP leading on two, AIMIM on two, LJP on two & independents on four. 

Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) sSanjay Saraogi won Darbhanga Assembly constituency defeating Rashtriya Janata Dal's (RJD) Amar Nath Gami

Patna: Members of BJP Mahila Morcha play dholak, celebrate with 'gulal' as latest trends show NDA leading over Mahagathbandhan in the latest trends.

The JDU-BJP alliance has maintained the lead on 128 seats, whereas the grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is ahead in 104 assembly constituencies.

BJP candidate Murari Mohan Jha has been elected from Keoti assembly seat in Bihar. He defeated RJD nominee Abdul Bari Siddiqui.

Numbers are constantly changing. The JDU-BJP alliance is now leading on 130 seats, whereas the grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is ahead only in 102 assembly constituencies.

The JDU-BJP alliance has extended its lead to 137 seats, whereas the grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is ahead only in 98 assembly constituencies, according to latest figures on the Election Commission's website.

Counting of votes for the Bihar assembly elections results 2020 is expected to end late tonight, said the Election Commission.

Counting of votes for the Bihar assembly elections 2020 is underway. The Election Commission said over 1 crore votes have been counted so far. Around 4.10 crore votes were cast in the Bihar assembly polls.

The Election Commission is addressing the media. Stay here for live updates.

According to the Election Commission, only 92 lakh votes have been counted so far. Around 4.10 crore votes were cast in the Bihar assembly elections. "Earlier there used to be 25-26 rounds of counting. This time, it went up to around 35 rounds. So the counting will continue till late evening," said HR Srinivas, Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Bihar.

The JDU-BJP combine has extended its lead to 128 seats out of 243 seats in the Bihar assembly. The grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is ahead in 104 constituencies. Final results are awaited.

Party

Won

Leading

Total

AIMIM

0

3

3

BSP

0

2

2

BJP

0

72

72

CPI

0

3

3

CPI-M

0

2

2

CPI-ML

0

14

14

Ham(S)

0

1

1

Ind.

0

4

4

Congress

0

20

20

JDU

0

49

49

LJP

0

2

2

RJD

0

65

65

VIP

0

6

6

Total

0

243

243

The JDU-BJP combine has maintained the lead on 126 seats, whereas the grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is ahead in 106 constituencies. A party or alliance needs 122 seats to claim a simple majority in 243-member Bihar assembly.

The JDU-BJP combine has maintained the lead on 124 seats, two more than what is required for the majority mark of 122. The grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is ahead in 104 constituencies.

The JDU-BJP combine is now leading on 125 seats, whereas the grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is ahead in 102 constituencies.

The JDU-BJP combine is now leading on 130 seats, whereas the grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is ahead in 99 constituencies. The Election Commission will hold a press conference at 1:30 pm.

According to numbers on the Election Commission's website, the JDU-BJP combine is now leading on 122 seats, whereas the grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is ahead in 104 constituencies. A party or alliance needs 122 seats for a simple majority in 243-member Bihar assembly.

The JDU-BJP combine is now leading on 119 seats, whereas the grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is ahead in 100 constituencies, according to numbers of the Election Commission's website.

Status Known For 230 out of 243 Constituencies

Party

Won

Leading

Total

All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen

0

1

1

Bahujan Samaj Party

0

1

1

Bharatiya Janata Party

0

61

61

Communist Party of India

0

2

2

Communist Party of India (Marxist)

0

3

3

Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)

0

13

13

Hindustani Awam Morcha (Secular)

0

1

1

Independent

0

4

4

Indian National Congress

0

20

20

Janata Dal (United)

0

51

51

Lok Jan Shakti Party

0

5

5

Rashtriya Janata Dal

0

62

62

Vikassheel Insaan Party

0

6

6

Total

0

230

230

According to the website of the Election Commission, the NDA of the BJP, JDU, HAM and VIP is leading on 118 seats out of 243 seats in the Bihar assembly. The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is ahead in 95 constituencies. LJP is leading on 5 seats.

Party

Won

Leading

Total

All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen

0

1

1

Bahujan Samaj Party

0

1

1

Bharatiya Janata Party

0

62

62

Communist Party of India

0

1

1

Communist Party of India (Marxist)

0

3

3

Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)

0

12

12

Hindustani Awam Morcha (Secular)

0

1

1

Independent

0

5

5

Indian National Congress

0

19

19

Janata Dal (United)

0

49

49

Lok Jan Shakti Party

0

5

5

Rashtriya Janata Dal

0

60

60

Vikassheel Insaan Party

0

6

6

Total

0

225

225

The NDA of the BJP, JDU, HAM and VIP is surging ahead with a lead on 129 out of 243 seats in the Bihar assembly. The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is now leading in 96 constituencies.

The JDU-BJP combine has extended its lead to 120 seats. The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is now leading in 103 constituencies.

The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left, and the JDU-BJP combine are leading on 111 seats each.

The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left has secured a lead on 112 seats, whereas the JDU-BJP combine is ahead in 109 constituencies. Chirag Paswan's LJP leads on 9 seats.

The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is leading on 114 seats, whereas the JDU-BJP combine is ahead in 106 constituencies. Chirag Paswan's LJP has the lead on 8 seats.

The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress is losing its lead, while the JDU-BJP combine is gaining. The grand alliance is now ahead on 109 seats, whereas the JDU-BJP combine is leading in 107 constituencies.

Numbers are changing constantly. The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is ahead on 109 seats, whereas the JDU-BJP combine is leading in 104 constituencies.

The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is leading on 115 seats, whereas the JDU-BJP combine is ahead in 97 constituencies.

The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left has the lead on 117 seats, according to trends. The JDU-BJP combine is ahead in 92 constituencies. Chirag Paswan's LJP is leading on 8 seats. The final Bihar assembly elections results are awaited.

The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left has maintained the lead on 112 seats, whereas the JDU-BJP combine is ahead in 87 constituencies. Chirag Paswan's LJP is leading on 7 seats, according to trends.

The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left has got the lead on 108 seats, whereas the JDU-BJP combine is ahead in 80 constituencies. Chirag Paswan's LJP is leading on 8 seats. Final results of the Bihar assembly elections are awaited.

The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left has got the lead on 105 seats, whereas the JDU-BJP combine is ahead in 75 constituencies. Final results are awaited.

The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left has now secured the lead on 89 seats, whereas the JDU-BJP combine is ahead in 69 constituencies, according to initial trends.

The JDU-BJP combine has extended its lead to 92. The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left has got the lead in 84 constituencies.

The JDU-BJP combine is leading on 87 seats, as per the trends so far. The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left has secured the lead in 82 constituencies.

The JDU-BJP combine is leading on 82 seats, according to trends. The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is now ahead in 78 constituencies.

The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is now ahead in 78 constituencies, according to trends. The JDU-BJP combine is leading on 74 seats.

The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is leading on 73 seats, according to initial trends. The JDU-BJP combine is ahead in 75 constituencies.

The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is ahead in 64 constituencies, according to initial trends. The JDU-BJP combine is leading on 62 seats.

Party

Leads

RJD

44

Congress

13

CPI-ML

04

CMP

03

BJP

35

JDU

27

LJP

01

Others

05

The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left has maintained the lead on 57 seats, according to initial trends. The JDU-BJP combine is ahead in 60 constituencies.

The Mahagathbandhan or grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left has secured the lead on 48 seats, according to initial trends. On the other hand, the JDU-BJP combine is ahead in 44 constituencies. Pappu Yadav is trailing.

The grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left has got lead on 36 seats, according to initial trends. On the other hand, the JDU-BJP combine is ahead in 34 constituencies. Counting of votes is underway.

The grand alliance of the RJD, Congress and Left is leading on 26 seats, according to initial trends. The JDU-BJP combine is ahead in 25 constituencies. Counting of votes is underway.

The BJP-JDU combine is leading on 18 seats, whereas the RJD-Congress-Left grand alliance is ahead in 21 constituencies, according to initial trends. Counting of votes is underway.

Counting of votes for the Bihar assembly elections results is underway. Initial trends suggest the BJP-JDU combine is leading on 14 seats, whereas the RJD-Congress-Left alliance is ahead in 10 constituencies.

Counting of votes for the Bihar assembly elections results is underway. Initial trends suggest the BJP is leading on 5 seats, whereas the RJD is ahead in one constituency.

Counting of votes for the Bihar assembly elections results 2020 has begun. As counting began, RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav's elder brother Tej Pratap Yadav tweeted: "Tejashwi Bhava: Bihar."

Counting of votes for the Bihar assembly elections results 2020 has begun. Postal ballots will be counted first.

Counting of votes for the Bihar assembly elections results 2020 will begin shortly. Postal ballots will be counted first.

Ahead of the counting of votes for the Bihar assembly elections results 2020, strong rooms are being opened. EVMs are kept inside strong rooms after polling.

In the Bihar assembly elections 2020, the voter turnout was at 57.05 percent, which was 0.39 percent higher compared to 56.66 per cent in 2015 elections. Stay here for live updates on the results.

The Bihar assembly elections results 2020 will decide the fate of 3,755 candidates in the fray for 243 seats. Counting of votes will start shortly.

The Election Commission has increased the number of counting centres to ensure social distancing. "This year we have 55 counting stations compared to the normal number of 38 which corresponds to the number of districts in the state. This has been done to increase social distancing," said HR Srinivasa, Bihar Chief Election Commissioner.

Counting of votes for the Bihar assembly elections results 2020 will begin at 8 am. Stay here for live updates.

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