By 7 pm, the counting of about 75 percent votes has been completed. Till 7 pm, Mahamukabala is being seen between the NDA and the Grand Alliance. Meanwhile, Sushil Modi and Bhupendra Yadav have arrived to meet Nitish Kumar. At the same time, if sources are to be believed, the country’s Home Minister Amit Shah has spoken to Nitish Kumar over the phone.
According to Election Commission data, till 6 pm, the difference of 200 votes in 3 seats, difference of 500 votes in 9 seats, difference of 1000 votes in 17 seats, difference of 2000 votes in 33 seats, difference of 3000 votes in 48 seats and There is a difference of 5000 votes in 68 seats.
The Bharatiya Janata Party is emerging as the largest party in terms of seats in Bihar and is leading in more than 73 seats. While RJD has emerged as the second party, RJD is still leading in 70 seats. In the Grand Alliance, the Congress is ahead in 20 seats, while the JDU is leading in 50 seats in the NDA.
Results will come till late night: Election Commission
According to the Election Commission, this time the results of the Bihar assembly elections will come till late night. In the Corona crisis, votes are being counted with many precautions, as well as the number of counting booths has also increased by nearly 50 percent. There are many seats where votes are to be counted from 19 to 51 rounds this time. Around 1.34 crore votes were counted till 2.30 pm, while more than three crore votes are still to be counted.
Celebration somewhere, waiting somewhere
The trend in Bihar is constantly reversing, initially the Mahagathbandhan was leading, then the NDA is now ahead. In such a situation, the celebration of supporters is also being affected. NDA supporters started playing the drums in the afternoon, but when the Election Commission said that the final results will come by night. So caution is being taken by both the coalitions now.