Bihar Election Results 2020: After the third and final round of voting held last Saturday, the votes will be counted in Bihar today. The Election Commission’s officials had said that despite the coronavirus pandemic, the state recorded massive polling.
The 243 constituencies will come together to decide the fate of the existing NDA coalition government in the state.
The six assembly seats under the Gopalganj Lok Sabha constituency – Baikunthpur, Barauli, Gopalganj, Kuchaikote, Bhore and Hathua – voted in the second phase of the state assembly elections on November 3. The voter turnout totalled to 54.72 per cent, a dip from 57.79 per cent in 2015.
For those unaware, a party or alliance will have to win 122 seats to rule the state until 2025.
Here’s looking at the performance of these six seats in Bihar Assembly Election 2020:
Baikunthpur assembly election 2020 result updates: It will be interesting to see whether BJP’s Mithilesh Tiwari can bring the party victory again this year against the Grand Alliance’s Prem Shankar Prasad.
Barauli assembly election 2020 result updates: Barauli which was won by an RJD candidate in 2015 is leading by a margin of 1207 votes over BJP’s Rai.
Gopalganj assembly election 2020 result updates: Gopalganj which came under the second phase will see a close tiff between the BSP, INC, and BJP this year. Anirudh Prasad Alias Sadhu Yadav of BSP is trailing in his seat with a margin of 492 votes.
Kuchaikote assembly election 2020 result updates: Kuchaikote constituency will see a contest between MLA JD(U)’s Amrendra Kumar Pandey, Congress’ Kali Prasad Pandey, and LJP’s Ravi Pandey. However, Amrendra Kumar Pandey is leading by a margin of 1269 votes.
Bhore assembly election 2020 result updates: After a bitter fight broke over this seat which has traditionally gone to Congress but was handed over to Left and RJD, the Bhore constituency is set to witness litmus test. However, as per early trends, JD(U)’s Sunil Kumar is leading with 1542 votes.
Hathua assembly election 2020 result updates: Lets’s see if Hathua will go to the JD(U) again this time as it witnesses a strong contest from the Grand Alliance. Hathua is seeing RJD’s Rajesh Kumar Singh leading with a margin of 874 votes.