NDA wins the Bihar Election Result 2020: A nail-biting finish

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  • The winning party, National Democratic Alliance defeated the opposition with 125 seats in just 14 hours of voting. The opposition included the joint alliance between NDA, RJD (Rastriya Janata Dal), Congress, and other left parties was left behind with 110 seats in total. Despite the alliance, RJD emerged to be the single largest party to win 75 seats alone. The left parties scored 16 out of total 28 contested seats. NDA was led by Nitish Kumar whereas Tejaswi Yadav was the representative of RJD-alliance. 
  • Impressive win of NDA over 74 seats defeated the critics who imagined the party to decline soon. But the year 2020 came out with a new image reflected over who even had the strongest seat holders. The victory still made a column for RJD for its good performance in growing itself and helping the minorities to also grow. 
  • Certainly, Nitish Kumar is brought to you back for the fourth time as the Chief Minister of Bihar, continuing since the year, 2015. It is the same year when Nitish chose to join RJD-Congress alliance in 2015. But 2017, turned JDU into a weak foot after getting settled with BJP. The comparison was such that it won just 43 seats as compared to the 71 seats in 2017. 
  • The Mahagathbandan constituents’ tallies were as follows: RJD (75), Congress (10), CPI (2), CPM (2), CPI M-L (12). 
  • Election Commission website first declared the following election result after NDA crossed the half way mark of 122. 
  • The Bihar election was conducted in a peaceful voting organised system without any re-polling. No such fraudulent activities were witnessed or probably conducted while the election process was in progress. Even the officials of both the parties agreed with the fair conduct of the entire event. The result victory was carefully managed appropriately tackling with the COVID-19 pandemic. 
  • The election result was the victory of the development works in Bihar, underlining the deserving candidate and the party to win over the Bihar. The voters were unbiased with majority of poor and the Dalits from Bihar localities. 
  • Sources reported that LJP chief Chirag Paswan, the son of Late MP and Union Minister, Ram Vilas Paswan, preferred not to continue supporting Nitish Kumar, as within the state, they are yet the oppositions. Instead the support from the party will always be towards PM Modi at the centre. 
  • The other minor parties beside LJP were BSP and AIMIM. Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi, the chief of AIMIM won 3 seats the election but has set significant inroads towards the Simanchal region with majority of Muslim voters. The AIMIM was alliance with Mayawati’s BSP bagging one seat as well. 
  • There are 243 assembly constituencies or Vidhan Sabha seats in Bihar with 36.8% votes share comprised of BJP, 27.8% share of RJD, 25.3% of the JDU part, and the rest 10.1% is the share of INC. While the number of assembly constituencies are 243, the Loksabha Constituencies are 40 in number. 
  • The major differences between the 2015 and the 2020 Bihar Assembly Constituencies Election result are as follows:
  • While there was no lead, BJP/NDA won 74 seats in the year, 2020 while 53 seats in the year, 2015.
  • In the year 2015, the victory was on the side of the Grand Alliance of JDU-RJD-Congress with 178 seats. The same year BJP won just 59 seats.
  • Although within this year 2020, RJD was the major most party with 75 seats, yet due to the grand-alliance margin, the victory was on the hands of NDA/BJP. 
  • Following the event, Chirag Pawan’s LPJ is no longer considered to be in an alliance with NDA, within the assembly election. Meanwhile, Jitan Ram Manjhi of HAM, and Mukesh Sahni’s VIP is believed to be accommodated with the JDU and BJP’s quota while contesting the seats. 
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  • List of Part-wise Bihar Assembly Constituencies and their Winning Members:
  1. Bhartiya Janata Party/ National Democratic Alliance (NDA)
ConstituencyWinning Candidates
AmnourKrishna Kumar Mantoo
ArrahAmrendra Pratap Singh
AuraiRam Surat Kumar
BacchwaraSurendra Mehata
BagahaRam Singh
BankaRam Narayan Mandal
BankipurNitin Nabin
BanmankhiKrishna Kumar Rishi
BarauliRampravesh Rai
BarhGyanendra Kumar Singh
BarharaRaghvendra Pratap Singh
BarurajArun Kumar Singh
BathnahaAnil Kumar
BegusaraiKundan Kumar
BenipattiVinod Narayan Jha
BettaihRenu devi
BiharsharifDr. Sunil Kumar 
BihpurKumar Shailendra
BisfiHaribhushan Thakur “Bachol”
ChanpatiaUmakant Singh
ChapraDr. C.N. Gupta
ChhatapurNeeraj Kumar Singh
ChiraiyaLal Babu Prasad Gupta
DaraundhaKarnjeet Singh Alias Vyas Singh
DarbhangaSanjay Saraogi
DhakaPawan Kumar Jaiswal
DighaSanjiv Chaurasia
ForbesganjVidya Sagar Keshari
Gaya TownPrem Kumar
GopalganjSubash Singh
GoriakothiDevesh Kant Singh
GovindganjSunil Mani Tiwari
HajipurAwadhesh Singh
Harsidhi (S.C)Krishnanandan Paswan
HayaghatRam Chandra Prasad
JaleJibesh Kumar
JamuiShreyasi Singh
JhanjharpurNitish Mishra
KahalgaonPawan Kumar Yadav
KatiharTarkishore Prasad
KatoriaDr. Nikki Hembrom
KeotiMurari Mohan Jha
KhajauliArun Shankar Prasad
KorhaKavita Devi
KumhrarArun Kumar Sinha
LakhisaraiVijay Kumar Sinha
LalganjSanjay Kumar Singh
LauriyaVinay Bihari
MadhubanRana Randhir
MohiuddinnagarRajesh Kumar Singh
MotihariPramod Kumar
NarkatiaganjRashmi Varma
NarpatganjJai Prakash Yadav
NautanNarayan Prasad
PariharGayatri Devi
ParooAshok Kumar Singh
PatepurLakhendraKumar Raushan
Patna SahibNand Kishore Yadav
PipraShyambabu Prasad Yadav
PirpaintiLalan Kumar
PranpurNisha Singh
PurniaVijay Kumar Khemka
RajnagarDr. Rampit Paswan
RamnagarBhagirathi Devi
RaxaulPramod Kumar Sinha
RigaMoti Lal Prasad
RoseraBirendra Kumar
SaharsaAlok Ranjan
SiktiVijay Kumar Mandal
SitamarhiMithilesh Kumar
TaraiyaJanak Singh
WarsaliganjAruna Devi
WazirganjBirendra Singh
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  1. Rastriya Janata Dal (RJD)
Constituency Winners
AlauliRamvriksh Sada
AtriAjay Yadav
BaikunthpurPrem Shankar Prasad
BajpattiMukesh Kumar Yadav
BakhtiarpurAniruddh Kumar
BaniapurKedar Nath Singh
BarhariaBachcha Pandey
BelaganjSurendra Prasad Yadav
BelsandSanjay Kumar Gupta
BhabuaBharat Bind
Bodh GayaKumar Sarvjeet
BrahampurShambhu Nath Yadav
Cheria BariarpurRaj Vanshi Mahto
DanapurRit Lal Ray
Darbhanga RuralLalit Kumar Yadav
DehriPhate Bahadur Singh
DhauraiyaPhate Bahadur Singh
DinaraVijay Kumar Mandal
EkmaSrikant Yadav
FatuhaDr. Ramanand Yadav
GaighatNiranjan Roy
GarkhaSurendra Ram
Gobindpur Md Kamran
GohBhim Kumar Singh
GuruaVinay Kumar
HasanpurTej Pratap Yadav
HathuaRajesh Kumar Singh
IslampurRakesh Kumar Roushan
JagdishpurRam Vishun Singh
JehanabadKumar Krishna Mohan (urf) Suday Yadav
KalyanpurManoj Kumar Yadav
KantiMohammad Israil Mansuri
KurhaniAnil Kumar Sahni
KurthaBagi Kumar Verma
LaukahaBharat Bhushan Mandal
MadhepuraChandra Shekhar
MahnarBina Singh
MahuaMukesh Kumar Raushan
MakhdumpurSatish Kumar
ManerBhai Virendra
MarhauraJitendra Kumar Ray
MasaurhiRekha Devi
MinapurRajeev Kumar
MohaniaSangita Kumari
MokamaAnant Kumar Singh
MorwaRanvijay Sahu
MungerPranav Kumar
NabinagarVijay Kumar Singh alias Dabloo Singh
NarkatiaShamim Ahmad
NathnagarALI ASHRAF SIDDIQUI
NawadaVibha Devi
NokhaAnita Devi
ObraRishi Kumar
ParsaChhote Lal Ray
RafiganjMohammad Nehaluddin
RaghopurTejashwi Prasad Yadav
RaghunathpurHarishankar Yadav
RajauliPrakash Veer
RamgarhSudhakar Singh
Sahebpur KamalSatanand Sambuddha 
SamastipurAkhtarul Islam Shahin
SandeshKiran Devi
SasaramRajesh Kumar Gupta
ShahpurRahul Tiwary
Rahul TiwaryVijay Kumar
SheoharChetan Anand
SherghatiManju Agrawal
Simri BakhtiarpurYusuf Salahuddin
SingheshwarChandrahas Chaupal
SiwanAwadh Bihari Chaudhary
SonepurDr. Ramanuj Prasad
SugauliEr. Shashi Bhushan Singh
SurajgarhaPrahlad Yadav
ThakurganjSaud Alam
UjiarpurAlok Kumar Mehta
  1. Janata Dal (United)/(JDU)
ConstituenciesWinners
AmarpurJayant Raj
AsthawanJitendra Kumar
BabubarhiMina Kumari
BahadurpurMadan Sahni
BarariBijay Singh
BarbighaSudarshan Kumar
BeldaurPanna Lal Singh Patel
BelharManoj Yadav
BenipurBinay Kumar Choudhary
BhoreySunil Kumar
BihariganjNiranjan Kumar Mehta
DhamdahaLeshi Singh
GopalpurNarendra Kumar Niraj
HarlakhiSudhanshu Shekhar
HarnautHari Narayan Singh
HilsaKrishnamurari Sharan urf Prem Mukhiya
JhajhaDamodar Rawat
KalyanpurMaheshwar Hazari
Maheshwar HazariShalini Mishra
KuchaikoteAmrendra Kumar Pandey
Kusheshwar AsthanShashibhushan Hajari
MahishiGunjeshwar Sah
NalandaShrawon Kumar
NirmaliAniruddha Prasad Yadav
ParbattaDoctor Sanjeev Kumar
PhulparasSheela Kumari
PipraRambilash Kamat
RajgirKaushal Kishore
RaniganjAchmit Rishidev
RunnisaidpurPankaj Kumar Mishra
RupauliBima Bharti
SakraAshok Kumar Chodhary
SarairanjanVijay Kumar Choudhary
SonbarshaRatnesh Sada
SultanganjSultanganj
SupaulBijendra Prasad Yadav
SursandDilip Ray
TarapurMewa Lal Chaudhary
TriveniganjVeena Bharti
VaishaliSiddharth Patel
ValmikinagarDhirendra Pratap Singh alias Rinku Singh
WarisnagarAshok Kumar
  1. Indian National Congress (INC)
ConstituencyWinners
ArariaAbidur Rahman
AurangabadAnand Shankar Singh
BhagalpurAjit Sharma
BikramSiddharth Saurav
BuxarSanjay Kr. Tiwari @ Munna Tiwari
ChenariMurari Prasad Gautam
HisuaNitu Kumari
JamalpurAjay Kumar Singh
KadwaShakeel Ahmad Khan 
KargaharSantosh Kumar Mishra
KasbaMd. Afaque Alam
KhagariaChhatrapati Yadav
KishanganjIjaharul Husain
KutumbaRajesh Kumar
MaharajganjVijay Shankar
ManihariManohar Prasad Singh
MuzaffarpurBijendra Chaudhary
RajapakarPratima Kumari
RajpurVishwanath Ram
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  1. Vikassheel Insaan Party (VIP)
ConstituencyWinners
AlinagarMishri Lal Yadav
BochahaMusafir Paswan
Gaura BauramSwarna Singh
MadhubaniSamir Kumar Mahaseth
SahebganjRaju Kumar Singh
  1. Other Minor Parties:
ConstituencyParty NameWinner
BarachattiHindustan Awam Morcha (Secular)Jyoti Devi
ImamganjHindustan Awam Morcha (Secular)Jitan Ram Manjhi
SikandraHindustan Awam Morcha (Secular)Prafull Kumar Manjhi
TikariHindustan Awam Morcha (Secular)Anil Kumar
ArwalCommunist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)Maha Nand Singh
BalrampurCommunist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)Mahboob Alam
DarauliCommunist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)Satyadeo Ram
DumraonCommunist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)Ajit Kumar Singh
GhosiCommunist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)Ram Bali Singh Yadav
KarakatCommunist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)Arun Singh
PaliganjCommunist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)Sandeep Saurav
PhulwariCommunist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)Gopal Ravidas
SiktaCommunist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)Birendra Prasad Gupta
TarariCommunist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)Sudama Prasad S/o Ganga Dayal Sah<
ZiradeiCommunist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)Amarjeet Kushwaha
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  • Here comes the set of Union Ministers for the Bihar Government approached under the ruling governate:
Name of the MinistersDepartment
Shri. Nitish KumarChief Minister of Bihar, General Administration, Cabinet Secretariat, Home, Vigilance, Election Dept.
Shri. Sushil Kumar ModiDeputy Chief Minister of Bihar, Finance, Commercial Taxes and Forest.
Shri. Narendra Narayan YadavLaw, Planning & Development Minister of Bihar.
Shri. Vijay Kumar ChaudharyWater Resources Minister of Bihar
Shri. Prashant Kumar SahiHuman Resources Development Minister of Bihar
Shri. Bijendra Prasad YadavPower, Parliamentary Affairs, Registration & Prohibition Minister of Bihar
Shri. Shahid Ali KhanInformation Technology, Minority Welfare Minister of Bihar
Shri. Nand Kishore YadavRoad Construction Minister of Bihar
Shri. Shyam RajakFood and Civil Supplies Minister of Bihar
Narendra SinghAgriculture Minister of Bihar
Smt. Parveen AmanullahSocial Welfare Minister of Bihar
Shri. Santosh Kumar NiralaTransport Minister of Bihar
Shri. Brishen PatelTransport, Information & Public Relations Minister of Bihar
Shri. Nitish MishraRural Development Minister of Bihar
Shri. Ramai RamRevenue & Land Reforms Minister of Bihar
Shri. Awadesh Prasad KushwahaMinor Irrigation, Sugarcane Minister of Bihar
Shri. Chandra Mohan RaiPublic Health & Engineering Minister of Bihar
Shri. Gautam SinghScience & Technology Minister of Bihar
Shri. Ashwini Kumar ChoubeyHealth Minister of Bihar
Shri. Janardan Singh SigriwalLabour Resources Minister of Bihar
Shri. Bhim SinghPanchayati Raj, Rural Works Minister of Bihar
Shri. Giriraj SinghAnimal Husbandry & Fisheries Minister of Bihar
Dr. Renu Kumari KushwahaIndustries, Disaster Management Minister of Bihar
Shri. Satyadeo Narain AryaMines and Geology Minister of Bihar
Shri. Jeetan Ram ManjhiWelfare (SC & ST, Backward & Economically Backward Classes) Minister of Bihar
Shri. Nand Kishore YadavRoad Construction Minister of Bihar
Shri. Narendra Narayan YadavLaw, Planning & Development Minister of Bihar.
Shri. Nitish MishraRural Development Minister of Bihar
Shri. Prashant Kumar SahiHuman Resources Development Minister of Bihar
Shri. Prem KumarUrban Development and Housing Minister of Bihar
Shri. Ramadhar SinghCo-operative Minister of Bihar
Shri. Ramai RamRevenue & Land Reforms Minister of Bihar
Shri. Santosh Kumar NiralaTransport Minister of Bihar
Shri. Satyadeo Narain AryaMines and Geology Minister of Bihar
Shri. Shahid Ali KhanInformation Technology, Minority Welfare Minister of Bihar
Shri. Sunil Kumar ‘Pintu’Urban Development and Tourism Minister of Bihar
Shri. Damodar RautBuilding Construction Minister of Bihar
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