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Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 Updates: NDA leads in 38 out of 40 seats in Bihar

In 2014 Lok Sabha Elections, The BJP With Its Allies The Ram Vilas Paswan-led LJP And The Upendra Kushwaha-led RLSP Won 31 Seats In Bihar.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Raghwendra Shukla | Updated on: 23 May 2019, 10:10:25 PM

New Delhi :

Counting for the 40 Lok Sabha seats in Bihar and 14 Lok Sabha seats in Jharkhand will begin at 8 am amid tight security. The counting process and announcement of results, however, are expected to be delayed by several hours this time as the outcomes of five assembly segments per Lok Sabha constituency will be tallied with VVPAT slips.

Most of the exit polls have predicted the BJP-JDU alliance is set to sweep the Lok Sabha elections in Bihar by winning 29-31 out of the 40 seats. Similarly, in Jharkhand, the BJP-led NDA is likely to win 9-11 seats and the Grand Alliance of the Congress, the RJD, the JMM, and the JVM may win 3-5 seats.

Here are the Highlights:

JDU leader Sunil Kumar Pintu defeats RJD's Arjun Ray in Bihar's Sitamarhi by 2,50,539.

BJP's Chhedi Paswan defeats Congress leader and former Lok Sabha speaker Meira Kumar in Bihar's Sasaram by 1,65,745 votes.

LJP leader and Ram Vilas Paswan's son Chirag Paswan defeats RLSP candidate Bhudeo Chaudhary in Bihar's Jamui by 2,41,049 votes.

Misa Bharti of RJD trailing from Pataliputra Lok Sabha constituency of Bihar. 








BJP's Gopal Jee Thakur defeats RJD's Abdul Bari Siddiqui in Bihar's Darbhanga by 2,67,979 votes.












Trends 40/40


Won - BJP: 1


Leading - BJP: 15, Congress: 1, JDU: 15, LJP: 6, RDJ: 2

NDA leads in 38 out of 40 seats in Bihar

The BJP-led NDA is leading in 12 Lok Sabha constituencies while the Congress is ahead in twoseats in Jharkhand. 

Ravi Shankar Prasad leading with over 1.40 lakh votes

Shibu Soren trailing.

NDA leading on 37 Lok Sabha seats in Bihar

Jharkhand: BJP+ leading in 11 seats and Congress+ in 3 seats. 

Ram Chandra Paswan of LJP is leading from Samastipur seat in Bihar.

Raghuvansh Prasad Singh of RJD trailing.

Papu Yadav trailing from Madhepura Lok Sabha seat.

Meira Kumar and Tariq Anwar are trailing.

Rajiv Pratap Rudy leading from Saran Lok Sabha Constituency in Bihar.

JDU workers begin celebration in Bihar


Ram Vilas Paswan's Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) leading in all seats.

Giriraj Singh leading with 1.23 lakh votes in Begusarai. 

Arjun Munda leading with just 20 votes from Khunti Lok Sabha Seat in Jharkhand. 

Giridhari Yadav of JD (U) is leading from Banka Lok Sabha Constituency of Bihar. Jai Prakash Narayan Yadav of RJD is trailing.

Sushil Kumar Singh of BJP is leading from Aurangabad Lok Sabha Constituency of Bihar.

Pradeep Kumar Singh of BJP leading from Araria Lok Sabha constituency of Bihar.








Giriraj Singh leading with 63,000 votes in Begusarai. 


Misa Bharti of RJD leading from Pataliputra Lok Sabha constituency of Bihar. 

BJP+ leading in 21 seats, JDU leading on 17, RJD leading on 2. 

Jharkhand: BJP+ leading in 13 seats and Congress+ in 1 seats. 

Babu Lal Marandi of JVM (P) trailing from Kodarma Lok Sabha seat in Jharkhand.

Jharkhand: BJP+ leading in 11 seats and Congress+ in 2 seats. 

Chirag Kumar Paswan of LJP is leading from Jamui Lok Sabha seat in Bihar.

RK Singh of BJP leading in Arrah Lok Sabha Constituency of Bihar.

BJP+ leading in 10 seats in Jharkhand.

Bihar: BJP leading in 17 seats and JDU leading in 17 seats and RJD in 3 seat

Sharad Yadav of RJD trailing in Madhepura Lok Sabha seat in Bihar.

BJP leading in 10 seats in Jharkhand. 

Arjun Munda leading from Khunti Lok Sabha Seat in Jharkhand. 

Giriraj Singh leading with 15,000 votes in Begusarai. Kanhaiya Kumar of CPI is contesting against him. 

Bihar: BJP leading in 17 seats and JDU leading in 12 seats and RJD in 2 seat

BJP leading in the Darbhanga constituency of Bihar.

Ravishankar Prasad leading from Patna Sahib, Bihar. BJP turncoat Shatrughan Singh is contesting against him on Congress ticket. 

Bihar: BJP leading in 15 seats and JDU leading in 6 seats and RJD in 1 seat

Bihar: BJP leading in 15 seats and JDU leading in 9 seats

Bihar: BJP leading in 11 seats and JDU leading in 5 seats

BJP and Congress leading in 3 seats each in Jharkhand. Others leading in 1 seat.

BJP and Congress leading in 3 seats each in Jharkhand. Others leading in 1 seat.

Former CM Jitan Ram Manjhi trailing in Gaya, Bihar.

Bihar: RJD leading in 5 seats, BJP leading in 6 seats, and JDU  leading in 4 seats.

Kirti Azad trailing in Dhanbad, Jharkhand. 

The constituencies which registered the highest female turnouts were Katihar (72.37), Supaul (71.64), Kishanganj (70.37), Araria (69.39), Purnea (68.15), Begusarai (67.13), Samastipur (66.74), Vaishali (66.62) and Ujiarpur (65.12).

Initial trends show BJP leading in 3 seats in Bihar

Counting of votes for Lok Sabha Elections2019 begins. 

Fate of 8,040 candidates to be decided today.

EC sources said that the counting centers at Dumka, Godda, Hazaribag, Ranchi and Jamshepdur have been categorized as sensitive due to political and social reasons, adding, more security force would be deployed there.

The counting process and announcement of results are expected to be delayed by several hours this time.

Nearly 60 per cent female voters came out to exercise their franchise in Bihar in the Lok Sabha elections as against just about 55 per cent turnout for men.

Counting for the 14 Lok Sabha seats in Jharkhand will begin at 8 am across 24 districts.

Bihar voted in all seven phases on April 11, 18, 23, 29, May 6, 12 and 19 while Jharkhand voted in last four phases. 

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First Published : 23 May 2019, 10:10:25 PM