Legislative Assembly elections in Bihar held on On Thursday, the ruling National Democratic Alliance party won 13 victories out of The 24 seats that were contested.
Opposition Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) couldn’t help but manage six Seating. While the independent candidates won four seats, with Congress only believes one.
The BJP, Janata Dal (United) and Rashtriya Lok Janshakti Party were made alliance To run for the Legislative Council elections in the state. The BJP had fielded 12 candidates, the Janata Dal (United)-11 and the Rashtriya Lok Janshakti-1.
Outside of the 13 seats won By the NDA, the BJP had 7 seats, 5 from the JD (U) and 1 from the RLJP.
Caste has always played an important role role in elections in Bihar, that came to the fore in This year’s poll as well.
In Bihar MLC elections, Bhumihar and Rajput candidates won The maximum Seating. Outside of the 24 seats, six Candidates from Bhumihar sect and six Candidates of the Rajput caste won.
The winning candidates like Kartikeya Kumar (RJD) of Patna, Rajiv Kumar (BJP) of Gopalganj, and Rajiv Kumar (Congress) Bijusarai belong to the Bhumhar sect.
Rajput caste candidates won mostly in Aurangabad, Rohtas, Bhagalpur, East Champaran, Saharsa and Muzaffarpur.
The candidates belong to Yadav community won in Vaishali, Nawada, Nalanda, Madhubani, and Gaya. While the candidates belong to Vaishya community won in six counties.
In the meantime, there is no Muslim or Dalit candidate won any of The 24 seats.
Approximately 1.32 lakh voters decided the fate of 185 candidates in 534 polling booths, one All for Each administrative block.
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