Bihar Assembly Election Results 2020: How to Check Results on ECI Website And App



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New Delhi: Bihar Assembly Election 2020 results will be announced on Tuesday. The fate of 3,755 candidates across 243 seats will be revealed when the counting of votes will be taken up at 8 am on November 10. While most of the exit polls have predicted a clear edge for the RJD-led Mahagathbandhan, it would be interesting to see which party or coalition gets the throne. The Election Commission of India (ECI) is expected to release the trends from 8 am onwards, while the final picture will be out by the evening. To get the latest and accurate updates on all the 243 Assembly seats in Bihar, users can log on to the Election Commission of India (ECI) website. On the official EC website http://www.eciresults.nic.in/, users can get all the updates on contesting candidates, parties and winners. Also, it provides comprehensive detail on round-wise progress of counting in each assembly segment, details of NOTA votes, and the victory margins of winners. How to Check Bihar Election Results on Election Commission App To check results on EC’s app, one needs to download the ‘ECI’s Voter Helpline’ application.

Both Android and iOS users can download the app.

Once downloaded, you will be asked to fill in details for registration. You may choose to skip and jump to the home page.

You will get the “results” option on the homepage.

After clicking on results you will see an option where you can check the results for Bihar Assembly Elections 2020.

Meanwhile, for Live streaming of the counting updates and analysis of the emerging trends, users can watch Zee News Live TV here–http://zeenews.india.com/hindi/live-tv. The polls were largely seen as a battle between the NDA and RJD-led Mahagathbandhan.

In 2015, JDU managed to bag 23 out of 78 seats. But it was a part of Mahagathbandhan, therefore, the Muslim community voted in support of the party. The equation is likely to change as JD-U is again a part of the NDA. RJD won 20 seats while Congress 11 seats and the BJP managed to win 20 seats.

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