Bihar MLC Election Results 2022 Live Updates: The counting of votes for the 24 seats of the local authority of the Bihar Legislative Council, held on Monday, is going on from 8 am today. For the counting of votes, elaborate arrangements have been made outside all the counting centers. Counting personnel have been given entry in the counting center at seven in the morning.
For the counting of votes, 14 tables have been set up at all the counting centers. Let us tell you that the process of voting and counting of votes in this election is completely different from the assembly elections. In other elections, the voter votes for any one candidate, but in this election to the Legislative Council, there is an option to vote for more than one candidate in the order of preference. Votes are also counted on this basis.
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Counting centers have been set up in Kanhai Lal College, Nawada, after security checks, everyone has been given entry to the counting hall. There are total 2875 voters in Nawada and this time 2862 people have exercised their votes. In this election, there is mainly a contest between only three people. There is a tough fight between Salman Ragib of NDA, Sarwan Kushwaha of RJD and Ashok Yadav from Independent, so now the wait is for the results, whose head will be crowned as MLC this time.
Counting of MLC elections is going on in Gopalganj’s Ambedkar Bhawan today amid tight security, a large number of police forces have been deployed in addition to the magistrates at all the square intersections of the city. Polling was held on April 4 in 14 blocks of the district, in which 3714 voters had exercised their votes, while a total of 6 candidates are in the fray.
After the victory, any kind of procession has been banned, all the candidates have been instructed for this, magistrates have been posted at the Chowk intersection.
Counting of votes in Darbhanga has started from 8 am. The fate of 13 candidates contesting from the local authority quota will be decided through counting of votes. Three personnel each have been deputed on 9 tables for counting of votes. 564 votes will be counted on all the tables. Section 144 has been implemented within a distance of a hundred meters from the counting place.
The main contest in Aurangabad is between NDA’s Dilip Kumar and RJD’s Anuj Singh. There are total 8 candidates in the fray. Tight security arrangements have been made by the district administration for peaceful and fair counting of votes and a total of 7 tables have been made in which 60 personnel have been deployed.
Counting of votes for Munger Jamui Lakhisarai Sheikhpura election is going on in Engineering College. The counting of votes began in the three-tier security circle since morning. 14 tables have been set up for counting of votes, on each table, on counting of votes, Block Development Officer A and Circle Officer posted in different blocks of the district has been appointed as a supervisor.
Counting of votes for Sitamarhi cum Sheohar MLC election has started. A total of 5 candidates are in the fray in MLC constituency 15, in which the fate of three party candidates and two independent candidates is to be decided.
The counting of votes for the Bhojpur-Buxar constituency has started at the counting center in Arrah. Here only two candidates are former MLC Radhacharan Sah alias Seth ji of Janata Dal United and Anil Samrat of Rashtriya Janata Dal. Around 5900 votes are to be counted here.
Counting of MLC elections begins amid tight security at Motihari’s MS College Examination Hall. There are seven candidates in the fray for East Champaran Local Authority. The main contest among them is between three candidates.
The counting of votes for the Rohtas-Kaimur local authority elections has begun amidst tight security at Sri Shankar Inter College Takia in Sasaram. Nine candidates are trying their luck in the elections here. Voting took place on April 4 at 30 polling stations in both the districts.
In the elections, the Rashtriya Janata Dal is in the fray on 23 seats in the Grand Alliance and the Communist Party of India is in the fray on one seat. The Congress, which broke away from the Grand Alliance, is in the fray on eight seats. Mukesh Sahni’s Vikassheel Insaan Party is contesting seven seats and Chirag Paswan’s Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas) is contesting on six seats. RLJP is in the fray on one seat.
There are 187 candidates in the election. Maximum 14 candidates are from Saharsa-Madhepura-Supaul constituency. The lowest only two candidates are from Bhojpur-Buxar constituency. The reputation of the National Democratic Alliance and the Grand Alliance is at stake in this election.