Bihar election: Counting of votes starts, Grand Alliance ahead in initial trend
Bihar election: Counting of votes starts, Grand Alliance ahead in initial trend

Patna: Counting has started for the elections held in 243 assembly seats of Bihar Assembly. Soon, it is going to be known to whom the people have handed over the keys of power and who will become the CM of Bihar. However, this time Nitish Kumar's credibility is at stake in Bihar and Tejaswi has a challenge to make his political career out of the image of his father Lalu Prasad Yadav. It is very interesting to see what is going to happen.

Voting has started and initial trends have also started. Currently, Nitish government minister Vijender Yadav is lagging behind in the initial trend and Rana Randhir is ahead of Madanpur. Former Minister Ramai Ram is leading. In the initial trend, the NDA is leading in nine seats and the Grand Alliance is leading in 11 seats. BJP is leading from Banka and RJD is leading from Siwan and Congress is ahead from Kishanganj.

There are also reports that this time 42% people of Bihar have voted on the issue of development. Apart from this, 30% votes have been cast on the issue of unemployment. In this election, Tejashwi had made unemployment a big issue and also promised that the first cabinet will sign the decision to provide 10 lakh jobs if the government is formed. Now if he becomes CM then it will have to be seen whether he fulfils his promise or not?

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