The final picture of the Bihar assembly elections is clear. By seeing the trend till yesterday morning, the same NDA which people had considered as a loser, surprised everyone by winning the evening. At the same time, the Mahagathbandhan also spilled water on the hopes of many, staying behind from some seats.
In terms of party only, there was a tough fight between RJD and BJP. JDU’s performance was also average. But the Congress also lagged behind due to its poor performance in these elections.
According to the official website of the Election Commission of India, the RJD has got 75 seats in the elections held on 243 assembly seats, while the BJP has got 74 seats. JDU is at number three with 43 seats. The Congress has won only 19 seats in these elections.
In terms of vote percentage, the highest vote share of 23.1 percent has gone to RJD’s account. At the same time, Congress has got 9.48% and Left has 1.48% votes. Speaking of NDA, BJP has 19.46%, JDU has 15.38% vote Is captured
#BiharElections: Results of all 243 assembly constituencies declared.
NDA wins 125 seats (BJP 74, JDU 43, VIP 4, HAM 4)
Mahagathbandhan wins 110 seats (RJD 75, Congress 19, Left 16)
AIMIM wins 5, BSP wins 1, LJP wins 1 & Independent wins 1 pic.twitter.com/hzIJ1SUmbu
– ANI (@ANI) November 10, 2020
Looking at the above figures, it is clear that the NDA government is going to be formed once again in the state with 125 seats. The Grand Alliance has got a total of 110 seats, of which CPILL held 12 of the 19 seats.
The Election Commission on the results of Bihar assembly elections during this period Big disclosure too. The commission said that the difference of win-loss in 4 seats is only 200 votes while in 24 seats the win-loss difference is 1000 votes. There is a difference of 2000 votes on 32 seats. The margin of victory and defeat in 48 seats is just 3000 watts.
After getting an absolute majority late in the elections, veteran BJP leaders expressed their happiness over this victory. Union Home Minister Amit Shah expressed happiness over the Bihar election result. He wrote in the tweet, “I thank all the brothers and sisters of the state from the depths of heart for re-choosing development, progress and good governance in Bihar. I especially thank the youth and women of Bihar, who have made the security and bright in Bihar By choosing the future, the NDA formed an absolute majority government. ”
PM Modi also thanked every section of the village-poor, farmer-laborers, merchant-shopkeepers. He wrote, “Every class, village-poor, farmer-laborer, merchant-shopkeeper of Bihar, has relied on the NDA’s core mantra of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas’. I again assure every citizen of Bihar that we will continue to work with full dedication for the balanced development of every person, every region. ”
Village-poor, farmer-laborers, merchant-shopkeepers, every section of Bihar have relied on the NDA’s mantra of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas’. I again assure every citizen of Bihar that we will continue to work with full dedication for the balanced development of every person, every region.
– Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 10, 2020
The RJD delegation reached the Election Commission office after the assembly election results were revealed. RJD spokesperson Manoj Jha said that many RJD candidates have not been given certificates even after the victory. In such a situation, the possibility of something wrong cannot be ruled out. Manoj Jha accused the vote counting disturbances and said that he has been given the assurance of investigation of complaints by the Commission.
In the same way, instead of analyzing his defeat, the Congress boiled over the entire RJD. According to reports A former Congress president said that even though 70 seats were won, the party which should have got seats, could not take the party. He says that RJD gave the same seat where it was not possible for him to win. Congress says it got the same seat where NDA was very strong.
Let me tell you that the disturbances of coordination between RJD and Congress can be gauged from the fact that during the election campaign there was not a single rally between Tejashwi and Rahul. Even Priyanka Gandhi did not think it appropriate to come to Bihar even once and the seats of RJD, Left and Congress were divided without analysis.