As the results of the Bihar assembly elections are coming, the phase of allegations has also started. The Election Commission has given clarification on RJD’s allegations of disturbances in the election. The Election Commission has said that we are working as per rules. The Election Commission has said that as far as recounting is concerned, it is possible to re-count the seats where the margin of victory and defeat is less.
The Election Commission has said that most of the results have come out. Counting is still going on in some places. Results have been released on 153 of the 243 assembly seats in Bihar on the Election Commission website. The Election Commission said that the EC never acted under pressure from anyone. All the officers are sincerely engaged in the declaration of Bihar elections.
Explain that amid the ongoing counting of votes in the Bihar elections, the RJD has made a big charge against the administration and the JDU. RJD says that election results are being manipulated RJD tweeted that after winning 119 seats 109 are being shown on TV. Nitish Kumar is phoning all the officers and getting them rigged. To come and congratulate the final result, now the officials are suddenly saying that you have lost.
The RJD said that this is a list of 119 seats where the grand alliance candidates have won after the completion of counting. The returning officer congratulated him for the victory, but now he is not giving the certificate saying that you have lost. They were also shown winning on the ECI website. Such loot will not work in a democracy.
With the trends that have come so far, the NDA government in Bihar seems to be forming once again. The NDA has crossed the majority mark, while the Grand Alliance has scored a century. Counting of votes continues in all the 243 seats of Bihar Legislative Assembly from 8 am today. The total number of seats in Bihar is 243 and for the majority, the figure of 122 is required which the NDA has achieved. 55 counting centers have been set up by the Election Commission in all 38 districts of the state.