Bihar Election Result 2020 LIVE Updates: Most mark to create the federal government is 122 within the 243-seat Bihar Set up. The saffron party looks set to emerge because the single-largest party in Bihar, based on the election trends.
EVMs are ‘tamper-proof’, states poll panel
The Election Commission also states that EVMs are absolutely tamper-proof, adding their integrity has been shown many occasions. The poll body stated that counting isn’t slow and adds that postal ballots received till 8 am is going to be counted.
BJP’s Nand Kishore Yadav lead from Patna Sahib seat
BJP leader Nand Kishore Yadav, who had been initially trailing Pravin Singh of Congress, now leads by over 6,700 votes in Patna Sahib seat, according to PTI.
Based on News18, “Within the 2015 Bihar Set up elections, Nand Kishore Yadav of BJP won within this seat by defeating Santosh Mehta of RJD with a margin of two,792 votes that was 1.49% from the total votes polled within the constituency.”
As many as 13 candidates are contesting the Bihar Set up election in the Patna Sahib seat this season. In 2015, it had been 16.
Ex Bihar CM leads from Imamganj seat
Pork president and former Bihar chief minister Jitan Ram Manjhi is leading in front of Uday Narain Choudhary of RJD by over 2,400 votes in Imamganj seat, reports PTI. Incumbent Manjhi had won the 2015 Set up election by 29,408 votes.
63% of polling booths elevated because of COVID-19, states EC
As reported by the Election Commission, there’s been a 63 percent rise in polling booths because of the coronavirus crisis. The amount of locations on ground has additionally been elevated to 55, it adds.
The commission states there’s been glitch-free counting in Bihar plus they be prepared to finish by late tonight.
Under 25% votes counted, counting to carry on till late evening: EC
The Election Commission asia is addressing the press. Greater than 1 crore votes happen to be counted and there’s still significant ground to become covered in Bihar, as reported by the poll body.
“We have numerous seats where we must count 50 models. Typically, each seat will have a counting of roughly 30-35 models. Over 4 crore and 10 lakh votes were cast so we have counted 95 lakh. Our counting continues shortly before bedtime,” Bihar Chief Electoral Officer HR Srinivas has told news agency ANI.
About 92 lakh votes counted to date
HR Srinivas, the main electoral officer of Bihar, told ANIthat 92 lakh votes happen to be counted to date. “Around 4.10 crore votes were cast,” he adds. “Earlier there was once 25-26 models of counting, this time around it increased close to 35 models. Therefore the counting continues till late evening.”
Because of the coronavirus crisis, the Election Commission has additionally capped the utmost quantity of voters per booth from no more than 1,500 to at least one,000. It has brought to a rise in the amount of polling booths, where votes should be counted.
NDA will again form govt under Nitish in Bihar: JD(U)
The JD(U) on Tuesday exuded confidence the NDA will again form a government in Bihar under Chief Minister Nitish Kumar as trends demonstrated the political alliance marching in front of the RJD-brought Grand Alliance, reports PTI. As reported by the trends available till 12.45 pm, the NDA was leading in 126 seats — the BJP in 73, the JD(U) in 47 and also the Very important personel in six.
The RJD was leading in 66 seats, the Congress in 21, the CPI(ML) Liberation in 14, the CPI and also the AIMIM in three each, the LJP and also the CPI(M) in 2 each and also the BSP in a single. Independent candidates were leading in five seats.
“I’ve been saying this for any lengthy time the NDA will make up the government underneath the leadership of CM Nitish Kumar. The opposition ran a misleading campaign with several allurements to woo voters,” condition JD(U) chief Vashishtha Narayan Singh told reporters here.
When requested if the BJP or even the JD(U) may lead the federal government, Singh stated that Pm Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP chief J P Nadda make it “nicely obvious” on several occasions regarding who’ll make up the government.