The fate of Bihar will be decided in few hours from now as the counting of votes casted in the three phase polls of the Bihar Assembly Elections has begun and soon the state will get tp know who will don the Chief Minister crown for next five years. ALSO READ | ‘Bihar’s Jungleraj Will End Today, Tejashwi’s Mangalraj To Begin’: Sanjay Raut On Election Results
Although there’s no clarity till now, but the trends so far show the JD(U)-BJP alliance is now ahead in 131 seats in the state while the RJD-led Mahagathbandhan is leading on 101 constituencies for the Bihar assembly polls. While the BJP-led NDA fielded candidates on 121 seats, the Nitish Kumar-led party contested on 122 seats.
As announced by the Election Commission of India, the counting for most of the seats is underway while the results for 8 seats have been declared with 2 seats each in the kitty of Bharatiya Janata Party, Janata Dal United, and Rashtriya Janata Dal.
Congress’s Bijender chaudhary has won the Muzaffarpur seat, while BJP’s Sanjay Saraogi won from Darbhanga. Ashok Kumar Chodhary of JD(U) won from Sakra.
But the eyes of the people of Bihar are stuck at a few seats helmed by star candidates. The battle has gone fierce on the seats such as Raghopur, Bankipur, Nalanda, Madhuban, Parsa, etc.
Have a look at the candidates leading on these key constituencies:
Raghopur: Tejaswi Yadav (RJD)
Hasanpur: Tej Pratap Yadav (RJD)
Bankipur: Nitin Nabin (BJP)
Begusarai: Amita Bhushan (Congress)
Imamganj: Jitan Ram Manjhi (HAM)
Madhepura: Nikhil Mandal (JDU)
Motihari: Pramod Kumar (BJP)
Nalanda: Shrawon Kumar (JDU)
Jamui: Shreyasi Singh (BJP)
Patna Saheb: Nand Kishore Yadav (BJP)