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Bihar Polls: Trends by Election Commission at 9:05am
24-Nov-2010 / ( General - Previous | Next | Last )


Election Commission of India has shown the trends for 12 seats on its results portal.
PartyLeads
BJP3
JD(U)6
RJD1
LJP0
INC1
Others1
JD(U) and BJP are contesting the polls together while RJD and LJP are in alliance. INC has contested the polls on its own.

In the outgoing assembly in Bihar JD(U) + BJP had 88 + 55 = 143 members, RJD + LJP had 54 + 10 = 64 seats, while the Congress party (INC) was in the 5th place with only 9 seats.

JD(U) leader Nitish Kumar who has been the Chief Minister of the state for the last five years is a MLC and has one year of tenure left as MLC. He has not contested the polls, neither did the deputy chief minister, Sushil Modi of BJP.

The supremos of RJD and LJP, Lalu Prasad Yadav and Ram Vilas Paswan, respectively are both Members of the Lok Sabha. They too did not contest in the current polls.




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