Bihar Election Results 2020: Nitish Kumar’s NDA leads on 125 seats, Tejashwi Yadav’s grand alliance on 109

At the moment, the JD(U)-BJP alliance is ahead with 125 seats in the state while the MGB is leading on 109 constituencies.

The JD(U)-BJP alliance led by Bihar CM Nitish Kumar has now taken a lead on 125 constituencies, while Mahagathbandhan seems to lag behind in earlier vote counting, leading on 109 constituencies. The majority mark for a party or alliance to form a government is 122 seats, however, these numbers are not the final results.

Tejashwi Yadav led Rashtriya Janta Dal (RJD) is currently leading in 75 constituencies and is the biggest party in terms of leading seats. While the Bhartiya Janta Party is in the second position having lead in 66 constituencies. So far, the Nitish Kumar led Janta Dal (United) is leading on 50 constituencies and is on third as per the early trends. Congress party is leading on 23 seats and the LJP led by Chirag Paswan is leading on 6 seats of the Bihar assembly.

At the moment, the JD(U)-BJP alliance is ahead with 125 seats in the state while the MGB is leading on 109 constituencies.