वेळा पाहिला 32,858
Only 84,900 votes had helped Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar gain a fourth straight term, shows data from the Election Commission a day after counting of votes in the state's recently concluded assembly election. The overall difference in votes polled by the ruling NDA and the opposition alliance of the Rashtriya Janata Dal, the Congress, and the Left was just 0.2 percent, data shows.
According to the final results, in the NDA block, the BJP won 74 seats, polling 82,01,298 votes.
Nitish Kumar's Janata Dal-United - which delivered an unprecedented dismal performance, yielding the big brother position to ally BJP after winning only 43 seats -- polled 64,84,414 votes. Former Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi's HAM, which won four seats in its political debut, polled 3,75,564 votes. In this video, Sumanth C. Raman shared his opinion on the Bihar election result in 2020. He is a Tamil television anchor and sports commentator. He was the host of the BSNL Sports Quiz on Doordarshan's Podhigai TV channel. On September 17, 2017, BSNL Sports Quiz celebrated its 800th episode, continuing to be India's longest-running quiz program.
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