Bihar Results 2020: A security official keeps a vigil as voters stand in queues to cast their votes at a polling station during Bihar Assembly Elections.(PTI file)
Bihar Results 2020: A security official keeps a vigil as voters stand in queues to cast their votes at a polling station during Bihar Assembly Elections.(PTI file)

Bihar Assembly Election 2020: Results for Mohania, Bhabua, Chainpur, Chenari, Sasaram, Kargahar

Bihar Assembly Election 2020 results: Get round-wise updates on vote counting, latest trends, trailing, leading candidates for Mohania, Bhabua, Chainpur, Chenari, Sasaram, Kargahar Vidhan Sabha constituency.
Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By hindustantimes.com | Edited by Nilesh Mathur
UPDATED ON NOV 11, 2020 02:17 PM IST

The counting of votes for the 243-member Bihar assembly took place at 55 centres in 38 districts across the state on Tuesday, November 10. People voted to elect their representatives for the six assembly seats of Mohania, Bhabua, Chainpur, Chenari, Sasaram, Kargahar under the Kaimur (Bhabua) district on October 28.

Bihar Assembly Election Result 2020

Follow the updates given below to know the latest position of parties in the six assembly seats of Mohania, Bhabua, Chainpur, Chenari, Sasaram, Kargahar:

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Mohania assembly election 2020 result updates:Sangita Kumari of RJD is the winner. Niranjan Ram of BJP was the winner in 2015.

Bhabua assembly election 2020 result updates: Bharat Bind of RJD is the winner. Anand Bhushan Pandey of BJP was the winner in 2015.

Chainpur assembly election 2020 result updates: Mohd Zama Khan of BSP is the winner. Brij Kishor Bind of BJP was the winner in 2015.

Sasaram assembly election 2020 result updates: Rajesh Kumar Gupta of RJD is the winner. Ashok Kumar of RJD was winner in 2015.

Kargahar assembly election 2020 result updates: Santosh Kumar Mishra of INC is the winner. Bashisht Singh of JD-U was winner in 2015.

Chenari assembly election 2020 result updates: Murari Prasad Gautam of INC is the winner. Lalan Paswan of RLSP was winner in 2015.

What happened in 2015 Bihar assembly election for these seats:

Mohania

In the 2015 Bihar Legislative Assembly Election, 14 candidates were there in the fray from Mohania (SC) constituency. Bharatiya Janta Party’s Niranjan Ram won the election by defeating Indian National Congress’s Sanjay Kumar by a margin of 7,581 votes.

Bhabua

Bhabua assembly constituency had 2,45,681 electors in 2015, out of which 1,29,443 were males and 1,16,225 females. The None of the Above (NOTA) option got 0.3% votes. Bharatiya Janta Party’s Anand Bhushan Pandey won the election by defeating Janata Dal (United)’s Doctor Pramod Kumar Singh by a margin of 7,744 votes.

Chainpur

Chainpur assembly constituency had 2,88,212 electors in 2015, out of which 1,51,785 were males and 1,36,418 females. The None of the Above (NOTA) option got 1.1% votes. In the 2015 Bihar Legislative Assembly Election, there were 14 candidates in the fray from Chainpur constituency. Bharatiya Janta Party’s Brij Kishor Bind narrowly won the election upstaging Bahujan Samaj Party’s Mohammad Zama Khan by a slim margin of 671 votes.

Chenari

In the 2015 Bihar Legislative Assembly Election, Chenari (SC) constituency had 12 candidates in the fray. Rashtriya Lok Samta Party’s Lalan Paswan won the election by upstaging Indian National Congress’s Mangal Ram by a margin of 9,781 votes.

Sasaram

In the 2015 Bihar Legislative Assembly Election, 14 candidates were there in the fray from Sasaram constituency. Rashtriya Janata Dal’s Ashok Kumar won the election by defeating Bharatiya Janta Party’s Jawahar Prasad by a margin of 19,612 votes.

Kargahar

In the 2015 Bihar Legislative Assembly Election, Kargahar constituency had 18 candidates in the fray. Janata Dal (United)’s Bashisht Singh won the election by upstaging Rashtriya Lok Samta Party’s Birendra Kumar Singh by a margin of 12,907 votes.

This was the first election conducted in the country amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The election in the state was conducted in three phases- October 28, November 3 and 7. The election commission made elaborate arrangements for the counting of votes. 55 counting centres were been set up in the 38 districts of the state and three-layer security was provided for these centres. Bihar recorded 57.05% turnout in the assembly elections this year, which was marginally higher than that of 2015. The voter turnout in the 2015 polls was 56.66%.

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