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Patna, Nov 24: “We were expecting this and we aren’t surprised. Thankful to the people of Bihar who have awarded Nitish Kumar,” said a JD(U) leader.
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Bhumendra Narayn Singh (BJP) leading in Goriakothi
Rina Devi of LJP leading in Hilsa
Vijay Krishna (RJD) leading in Barh
* JDU+BJP: 134
* RJD+LJP: 35
* Cong: 5
* Others+Left: 13
Nitish Kumar led NDA alliance took massive lead within an hour of counting.
BJP’s Nand Kishore Yadav leading from Patna Sahib constituency.
* Janata Dal (United) 59
* Bharatiya Janata Party 39
* Rashtriya Janata Dal 15
* Lok Jan Shakti Party 9
* Indian National Congress 4
* Left 3
* Others 7
* JDU+BJP: 95
* RJD+LJP: 23
* Cong: 4
* Others+Left: 10
Lalu Prasad led RJD alliance is facing huge loss in its home turfs.
* Janata Dal (United) 37
* Bharatiya Janata Party 27
* Rashtriya Janata Dal 9
* Lok Jan Shakti Party 6
* Indian National Congress 5
* Left 2
* Others 7
Nitish Kumar led NDA alliance continued the leading trend in Bihar Assembly Polls 2010.
Lalu to face a death blow?
Rajkumar Sah of JD(U) leading in Mahishi
* JDU+BJP: 58
* RJD+LJP: 11
* Cong: 5
* Others+Left: 8
The NDA leading trends continue as the counting in Bihar Assembly Polls 2010 underway.
Nitish Kumar set for a complete sweep?
Anirudh Prasad Alias Sadhu Yadav (Cong) leading from Gopalganj constituency.
The early trends show NDA alliance leads in some seats
BJP leading in Chanpatia constituency.
The counting of votes in Bihar Assembly Election 2010 has begun. Early trends will be available within half an hour.
The counting of votes in Bihar Assembly Election 2010 will begin by 8:00 am on Wednesday. Early trends will be available within one hour of the counting.
The Election Commission (EC) has set up 42 counting centres across the state to count about 30 million votes in the 243 Assembly constituencies.
Officials said the results were expected to be declared by about 2:00 pm.