Who will win the Bihar Assembly elections, its picture will be clear in a while from now. Counting of votes is to begin from 8 am. In all 243 assembly seats, this time there is a fight between the Grand Alliance and the NDA. Everyone’s eyes are on whether Nitish Kumar will be able to save his power or whether young Tejashwi Yadav will create history.Politically considered to be very active, this time the voting was held in three phases. This was the first assembly election held in the country during the Corona period. A total of 243 seats were cast on 28 October, 3 November and 7 November. In the first phase, 53.54 percent polling was held in 71 seats, 54.05 percent in 94 seats in the second phase and 59.94 percent in 78 seats in the third phase.
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