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Bihar Election 2015The counting of votes for the Bihar Legislative Council elections began at 8 am on Friday. District Magistrate (DM) of Patna Abhay Kumar Singh said that counting is being carried out in a transparent manner.

The election for 24 seats of Bihar Legislative council were held on Tuesday with an estimated 94 percent voting recorded during the polls.

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Out of the results of 24 seats declared so far, 19 has come in the favour of BJP. NDA acquired 10 seats whereas alliance with Nitish Kumar gained 8 seats and one other.

NDA (BJP :11+ LJP :1+ independent supporter:1) = 13 Seats
Janata Parivar (JDU+ 5+ RJD:3+ Congress: 1) = 9 Seats
Independent : 1
Rest be counting the Munger seat

BJP won 11 seats and its ally the Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) won one seat while one seat was won by an Independent candidate supported by it. However, another BJP ally, the Rashtriya Lok Samata Party (RLSP) was routed.

The grand alliance, which also has the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), won 10 seats while one seat was won by an Independent candidate.

Latest trends 2.30pm: BJP wins 12 seats, JDU 5, RJD 4, Congress 3 LJP 1, Independents 1

Ashok Agarwal received support from the BJP won 406 votes. Total 1914 votes while his rival them also Anjali Devi 1508 votes. Ashok independent candidate.

Latest trends: BJP bags 11 seats, JD(U) 4, RJD 2, Congress 1, Independents 1

Sl.
No.

Name of Local Authorities' Consituencies

Name of Winner Candidate & Party

Valid Votes

Name of Runner Candidate & Party

Valid Votes

1

Patna Local Authorities'
constituency

Ritlal Rai Independent

2433

Bhola Singh Bharatiya Janata Party

1383

2

Nalanda Local Authorities'
constituency

Reena Devi Alias Reena Yadav Janata Dal (United)

2100

Kumar Suman singh Alias Ranjit Singh Lok Jan Shakti Party

1427

3

Gaya-cum-Jahanabad-cum- Arwal Local Authorities'
constituency

Manorama Devi Janta Dal (United)

3958

Anuj Kumar Singh Bharatiya Janata Party

3143

4

Aurangabad Local
Authorities' constituency

Rajan Kumar Singh Bharatiya Janata Party

1761

Vinay Prasad Rashtriya Janata Dal

1431

5

Nawada Local Authorities'
constituency

Salman Raghib Janta Dal (United)

1391

Sarwan Kumar Bharatiya Janata Party

1222

6

Bhojpur-cum-Buxar Local
Authorities' constituency

Radha Charan Sah Rashtriya Janata Dal

2854

Hulas Pandey
Lok Janshakti Party

2525

7

Rohtas-cum-Kaimur Local Authorities' constituency

Santosh Kumar Singh Bharatiya Janata Party

3026

Anil Singh
Janta Dal (United)

2409

8

Saran Local Authorities'
constituency

Sachchidanand Rai Bharatiya Janata Party

2589

Saleem Perwez Janta Dal (United)

1673

9

Siwan Local Authorities'
constituency

Tun Ji Pandey Bharatiya Janata Party

2192

Vinod Kumar Rashtriya Janata Dal

1850

10

Gopalganj Local Authorities'
constituency

Aditya Narayan Pandey Bharatiya Janata Party

2067

Mahanth Satyadev Das Rashtriya Janata Dal

1300

11

West Champaran Local
Authorities' constituency

Rajesh Ram
Indian National Congress

2488

Santosh Kumar Rao alias Babloo Singh Bharatiya Janta Party

1820

12

East Champaran Local
Authorities' constituency

Rajesh Kumar @ Bablu Gupta Bharatiya Janata Party

3004

Kalawati Devi Rashtriya Janata Dal

1966

13

Muzaffarpur Local
Authorities' constituency

Dinesh Prasad Singh Janata Dal (United)

5454

Priyadarshani Shahi Bharatiya Janata Party

368

14

Vaishali  Local Authorities'
constituency

Subodh Kumar Rashtriya Janata Dal

2146

Ajay Kumar Kushwaha Lok Jan Shakti Party

1487

15

Sitamarhi-cum-Sheohar
Local Authorities' constituency

Dilip Ray Rashtriya Janta Dal

2467

Devendra Sah Dumra Bharatiya Janata Party

1651

16

Darbhanga Local
Authorities' constituency

Sunil Kumar Singh Bharatiya Janata Party

2535

Mishri Lal Yadav Rashtriya Janata Dal

1593

17

Samastipur Local
Authorities' constituency

Hari Narayan Chaudhary Bharatiya Janata Party

2794

Roma Bharti Rashtriya Janata Dal

1174

18

Munger-cum-Jamui-cum- Lakhisarai-cum-Sheikhpura Local Authorities'
constituency

Sanjay Prasad Rashtriya Janta Dal

2546

Avinash Kumar Vidyarthi Alias Mukesh Yadav
Rashtriya Lok Samta Party

2306

19

Saharsa-cum-Madhepura- cum-Supaul Local
Authorities' constituency

Nutan Singh
Lok Jan Shakti Party

3756

Mohammad Isarail Rain Indian National Congress

1629

20

Bhagalpur-cum-Banka Local Authorities' constituency

Manoj Yadav Janta Dal (United)

2966

Abhishek Verma Rashtriya Lok Samta Party

1981

21

Purnea-cum-Araria-cum- Kishanganj Local
Authorities' constituency

Dr. Dilip Kumar Jaiswal Bharatiya Janata Party

5960

Dr. Md. Asad Imam Indian National Congress

2797

22

Katihar Local Authorities'
constituency

Ashok Kumar Agrawal Independent

1914

Anjali Devi
Nationalist Congress Party

1508

23

Begusarai-cum-Khagaria

Rajneesh (BJP)

Dr. Sanjeev (JDU)

24

Madhubani

Suman Mahaset (BJP)

Vinod Singh (JD-U)

Latest trends: BJP bags 9 seats, JD(U) 4, RJD 2, Congress 1, Independents 1

BJP (NDA affiliated) won eight seats or further blows. The two seats are Lalu Prasad's RJD's account. Besides Congress and ruling JD-U has got just one seat.

BJP's Hari Narayan Chowdhary gets victory from Samastipur seat

Bhojpur: RJD candidate Radha Charan Shah wins

Independent candidate Ritlal Yadav, who is lodged in Beur jail, is leading from Patna seat.

Trends 1pm: BJP wins 5 seats, JD(U) 4, RJD 2 and Congress 1

Latest trends here:

Sasaram- BJP candidate Santosh Singh wins

Patna- Trends show Independent candidate Reet Lal Yadav set to win Patna seat.

Muzaffarpur- JDU candidate Dinesh Prasad Singh win.

Vaishali- RJD candidate Subodh Kumar Rai win.

Nalnda- JDU candidate Reena Devi Win. LJP candidate Ranjit Don loser.

Aurangabad- BJP candidate Rajan Singh won with 364 votes.

Chapra- BJP candidate sacchidanand rai win.

Aara- RJD candidate Radha step forward.

Gopalganj- BJP candidate Aditya Narayan win.

Siwan- BJP candidate Tunu Pandey ahead .

West Chanparn- Congress candidate Rajesh Ram ahead with 106 votes.

Gya- JD(U) candidate Manorama Devi set to win Gaya seat.

BJP Candidate Dilip jaiswal ahead from Kishanganj seats

NDA supported Independent candidate ahead from darbhanga seat

-- In the latest results, while the BJP bagged two seats – Chapra and Aurangabad, the JD(U) also won two seats from Nalanda and Muzaffarpur.
-- JDU candidate Manorama Devi leading from Gaya-Jahanabad-Arwal area.
(BJP - wins 2, leads in 2) (JD(U) - wins 1, leads in 2),  (RJD - leads in 1 ), (Congress: leads in 1)

-- An independent candidate Ritlal Yadav, who is lodged in Beur jail here, is leading from the Patna seat.

-- JD-U's candidate Reena Yadav has won from Nalanda seat and the party has also won from Muzaffarpur seat.

-- BJP candidate had won in Aurangabad Ranjan Singh defeated the RJD Vinay Prasad. In the first three results have been good news for the BJP.

-- BJP occupy two seats in the Bihar legislative council elections, other counting continues

There is good news for the BJP in the first two results. Chapra and Gopalganj BJP candidates have won. BJP candidate from Chapra sacchidanand Roy has won. After the defeat left the JD-U candidate Salim Pervez counting site.He accepted defeat. While the BJP candidate from Gopalganj Aditya Pandey had won 762 votes.

-- 94 percent polling recorded in Bihar Legislative council elections
The elections for 24 seats of Bihar Legislative council, which have been dubbed as the 'semifinal' before the upcoming state assembly polls in September-October, witnessed an estimated 94 percent voting. Read More..>>

-- Biennial polls on 24 Bihar council seats on July 7

Biennial election for 24 Bihar council seats from the local authorities constituencies will be held on July 7.The Election Commission announced today that the nomination would be filed between June 11 and 18, scrutinywould be done the next day while withdrawals can be made by June 22. Polling, if needed, will be held between 0800 hrs and 1800 hrs on July 7. Read More..>>

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