Nitish Kumar is all set to begin his second stint as the Chief Minister of Bihar following the massive victory of the JD(U)-BJP alliance.
Patna: The Janata Dal(United)-Bharatiya Janata Party alliance is headed for the biggest victory ever in the Hindi heartland and is likely to secure an over three-fourth majority In Bihar Assembly elections 2010.
Riding on the development plank and clean image of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, the JD(U)-BJP combine is all set to storm back to power in Bihar and has taken a massive lead over the RJD-LJP combine. Trends for all the 243 are available and at 1.35 PM, the JD(U)-BJP alliance was leading in 200 seats while RJD-LJP combine was ahead in just 27 seats.
The Congress was facing the prospects of its worst result in the state despite Congress President Sonia Gandhi and party General Secretary Rahul Gandhi campaigning extensively in the state. It was leading in just seven seats.
Out of the 21 results declared, the JD(U)-BJP had won 18 seats while the RJD-LJP alliance was just one seat in its kitty. Independent candidates won the other two seats.
The counting started at 8 AM on Wednesday amidst tight security arrangements for all 243 constituencies.
Valmikinagar: Rajesh Singh (JD-U) defeats his nearest rival Deep Narain Mahato by around 14,000 votes.
Nutan: JD(U)’s Manorama Prasad beat Galu Choudhary (CPI) by around 6000 votes.
Bettiah: BJP Minister Renu Devi beats Congress nominee Madan Mohan Tiwari by around 15,000 votes.
Chanpatia: Chandramohan Rai (BJP) beats BSP’s Ejaj Hussain by over 13,000 votes.
Bagha: Prabhat Ranjan Singh JD(U) defeats BSP’s Md Kamran by around 20,000 votes.
Lauria: Vinay Bihari (Independent) beats Pradip Singh (JD-U) by over 5,000 votes.
Asthwana: Jitendra Kumar (JD-I) beats Kapildeo Singh (LJP) by 10,000 votes.
Narkatiaganj: Satish Chandra Dubey (BJP) beats Om Verma (INC) by around 10,000 votes.
Sikta: Dilip Verma (Independent) defeats Fakruddin (Independent) by over 5000 votes.
Raxaul: Ajay Kumar Singh (BJP) beats Rajnanadan Rai (LJP) by around 6,000 votes.
Ramnagar: Bhagirathi Devi (BJP) beats Naresh Ram (Congress) by around 15,000 votes.
Darbhanga Town: Sanjay Saraogi (BJP) beats Sultan Ahmed (RJD).
Nalanda: Shravan Kumar (JD-U) defeats Arun Kumar (RJD).
Rajgir (SC): Satyadeo Narayan Arya (BJP) beats Dhananjay Kumar (LJP).
Biharsharief: Sunil Kumar (JD-U) defeats RJD’s Afrin Sultana.
Sheohar: Md Sarfuddin (JD-U) beats Pratima Devi (BSP).
Islampur: Rajiv Ranjan (JD-U) beats Virendra Gope (RJD).
Harnaut: Harinarayan Singh (JD-U) defeats Arun Kumar Bind (LJP).
In the outgoing House, the ruling parties JD(U) and BJP had 88 and 55 seats respectively. RJD and LJP had 54 and 10 respectively. Congress had nine MLAs.
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