Bihar assembly election results 2020 LIVE STREAMING: When and where to watch latest trends, winners
Bihar assembly election results 2020 LIVE STREAMING: Most pollsters have predicted a landslide for the five-party Grand Alliance led by the young RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav but no one can write off the veteran JDU chief and Bihar CM Nitish Kumar, who has already announced that it will be his last election.
Bihar assembly election results 2020 LIVE STREAMING: An important day awaits Bihar as the state prepares for counting of votes which would decide whether there is a generational shift in state politics or not. Most pollsters have predicted a landslide for the five-party Grand Alliance led by the young RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav but no one can write off the veteran JDU chief and Bihar CM Nitish Kumar, who has already announced that it will be his last election.
Counting will be taken up at 55 centres across 38 districts where the outcome will decide the fate of the Nitish Kumar government that has helmed the state for a decade and half.
The Election Commission is making sure that the winds of potential change cause no disruption in the counting process.
The state has 243 assembly constituencies and the most keenly watched will obviously be Raghopur in Vaishali district from where Tejashwi Yadav is seeking re-election. Kumar is a member of the legislative council and has not contested the assembly election. Raghopur has been in the past represented by his parents Lalu Prasad and Rabri Devi both former chief ministers.
Bihar assembly election result 2020 live streaming
The Election Commission of India (ECI) will release the election trends 8 AM onwards, however, a clear picture of the winner will be known by Tuesday evening. Bihar election 2020 result live streaming will be available on Zee News TV and website. You can also check the latest numbers on the Zee Business website.
Bihar assembly election result 2020 preparations
According to Chief Electoral Officer H R Srinavasa, central armed police forces have been deployed at the strong rooms, where the EVMs have been stored since the completion of voting, and the halls where these will be unsealed Tuesday morning after counting of postal ballots gets over.
According to Srinivasa, while 19 companies of the central armed police forces will be deployed at strong rooms and the halls where counting will take place, another 59 have been entrusted with maintaining law and order. Each company comprises roughly 100 personnel.
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