Bihar Assembly Election Result 2015 – Bihar Election 2015 Constituency Wise Live Vote Counting Check Bihar election result district wise :
Bihar Election Result 2015
- 1 Bihar Election Result 2015
- 2 Bihar Assembly election Wining seats
- 3 Bihar Assembly Election 2015 Results
- 4 Bihar Election Result Phase Wise
- 5 Bihar Election at a Glance
- 6 Bihar Assembly Election Result Live Vote Counting
- 7 Bihar Election Result 2015 Constituency Wise
- 8 Bihar Assembly Elections Results 2015 Live Updates
- 9 New Trends in Bihar Election Result 2015
- 10 Bihar assembly election result 2015 district wise
- 11 Bihar Election Winner 2015
- 12 Result Anticipation and its Probable Impact
- 13 Bihar Assembly Election 2015 Result Party Wise
The Bihar legislative assembly elections are held in five-phases in October–November 2015 as the tenure of the current Legislative Assembly of Bihar ends on November 29, 2015. Initially, the Janata Parivar group (a group of six parties- Samajwadi Party, Janata Dal (United), Rashtriya Janata Dal, Janata Dal (Secular), Indian National Lok Dal and Samajwadi Janata Party (Rashtriya), announced to fight the election jointly under Nitish Kumar’s leadership which was joined by the Indian National Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party.
But later the group was left by all except JDU, RJD and INC. On the other hand, Bharatiya Janata Party led NDA front contested in the election alongside the Lok Janshakti Party, the Rashtriya Lok Samata Party and Hindustani Awam Morcha. All Left parties participated under the banner of Left Front. The five phase election will end on 5th November with the final phase and Bihar Election Result 2015 will be published on 8th November across the districts simultaneously. Supporters of the parties are waiting in great anticipation for the result of this all important election.
Bihar Assembly election Wining seats
Bihar, the 12th largest state in India in terms of geographical area, is situated in North India. The constitutional head of Bihar is the Governor, who is appointed by the President of India. The real execution powers rest with the Chief Minister, who is democratically elected by the people of the state. Bihar is divided into 9 divisions and 37 districts. It has a very rich history, and is also an attraction for travelers and tourists. For Buddhist pilgrims, Bodh Gaya, Nalanda, Rajgir Vaishali, Bhagalpur, Vikramsila and Sutanganj are a must visit. All of these are very popular historical sites as well. Other admired historical sites are Pawapuri, Champaran and Sasaram.
Bihar Assembly Election 2015 Results
Bihar has been a prominent state since the pre-independence era. The state has conducted elections in accordance with the Indian Constitution. To create law and order in the state and build a local body, elections have been held at regular intervals in accordance with the Indian laws and as approved by the Indian Parliament. Bihar is one of the major political centres of the Indian politics and considered as an important state. A number of prominent politicians from Bihar have contributed to the development of the nation. The state has 40 parliamentary constituencies. There are 243 legislative assembly constituencies in Bihar.
The Bihar electoral system consists of the national level representation, the Lok Sabha delegation and the Rajya Sabha delegation. The state level representation of Bihar comprises the legislative assembly and the legislative council. Elections are held regularly to form government that can govern the state.
Bihar Election Result Phase Wise
On 9 September 2015, Election Commission of India announced the dates for Bihar Assembly elections. The election was contested in five phases. Brief overview regarding the phases is provided below:
Bihar Election 2015 Phase I Result
49 assembly seats were covered in Phase I which include Samastipur,Begusarai, Teghra, Bhagalpur, Purina, Banka, Khagaria, Munger, Lakhisarai, Shekhpura, Nawada and Jamui. 583 Candidates are in the fray for First Phase Women voting percentage was 59% while Men voting percentage was 54%. Notification was published on 16th September, 2015 and election was held on 12th October.
Bihar Election Phase II Result 2015
32 assembly seats were covered in Second Phase which includes Kaimur, Rohtas, Arwal, Jahanabad, Aurangabad, and Gaya. 456 candidates including 32 women are in the fray in Phase-2. Defying Maoist threats, around 55 per cent of the voters from 32 constituencies cast their votes in the second phase of polling for the Bihar assembly elections on Friday.
The percentage of voting, which took place across six districts, was up by 3 per cent as compared to the 2010 assembly polls. Like in the first phase, female voters outnumbered their male counterparts. Polling of women voters was recorded at 57.5% and men voters was at 52.5%. Notification was published on 21st September and poll was conducted on 16th October.
Bihar Election 2015 Phase III Result
50 assembly seats were covered in Phase III which includes Saran, Vaishali, Nalanda, and Patna. Bhojpur, Buxar. Notification was published on 1st October and election was held on 28th October across the respective districts. Polling for the 50 Assembly seats in Bihar in the crucial third phase election began at 7:00 a.m. on Wednesday. A total of 53.32 per cent polling was recorded till 5 p.m. across all six districts — Bhojpur, Buxar, Nalanda, Patna, Saran and Vaishali — that went to polls in this crucial phase.
Bihar Assembly Election Phase IV Result 2015
55 assembly seats will be covered in Phase IV which includes Pashim Champaran, Purvi Champaran,Sheohar, Sitamarhi, Muzaffarpur, Kanti, Gopalganj, Siwan. Notification was published regarding this phase on 7th October and election was held on 1st November.
Bihar Election Phase V Result
57 assembly seats will be covered in Phase V which includes Madhubani, Supaul, Araria, Kishangaj, Purnia, Katihar, Madhepura, Saharsa, Darbhanga. Notice for this phase was published on 8th October and election was contested on 5th November.
Bihar Election at a Glance
- Parliamentary Constituencies: 40
- Assembly Constituencies: 243
- Ruling Party: Janata Dal (United) and Janata Parivar Group
- Opposition Party: Bharatiya Janata Party
- Chief Minister: Nitish Kumar
- Election Phases: Five
- Phase I held: On 12th October
- Phase II held: 16th October
- Phase III held: On 28th October
- Phase IV held: On 1st November
- Phase V held: On 5th November
- Result to be published: On 8th November (Start 8.00 AM)
- Date within which all the election formalities need to complete: 12th November
Bihar Assembly Election Result Live Vote Counting
The ballots will be counted and the Bihar Assemble Election Result 2015 will be declared on 8 November. The five-year term of the present legislative assembly is going to end on 29 November 2015. It is expected that there will be hard fought contest between the ruling party and rival party candidates. During the five phases, both male and female voters participated in the election process and practiced their voting rights with due enthusiasm and festive mode.
Bihar Election Result 2015 Constituency Wise
Bihar has a total of 6.68 crore registered voters for the 2015 assembly elections. This includes 3.56 crore male and 3.12 crore female voters.According to the caste breakup, the OBCs and EBCs comprise 51% of the electorate; Dalits and Mahadalits are 16%; Muslims nearly 17% and upper castes are 15% of the voting population.
Bihar Assembly Elections Results 2015 Live Updates
According to Election Commission of India, around 1000 Voter-verified paper audit trail (VVPAT) machines were used along with EVMs in 36 out of the 243 assembly seats in Bihar elections, spread over 34 districts. ECIL manufactured VVPATs will be used in 10 assembly constituencies, while BEL manufactured VVPAT will be used in 26 assembly constituencies.
Bihar elections of 2015 were webcasted for the first time and voters were able to locate their polling booth on phones via an app. About 1.5 crore voters were be informed about the poll dates via SMS. Photo voter slips would be provided to voters. They will also be notified about the Bihar Assembly Election Result 2015 through SMS besides other media. All the formalities of poll result announcement must be completed within 12th November, 2015.
New Trends in Bihar Election Result 2015
There were some new trends in this year’s election which were not associated with previous years elections. Let’s have a look at those features:
- The polls were webcasted and voters were able to locate their booths through an app on their phones – a first for the state.
- Bihar became the first state to introduce photo electoral rolls. Also, this could be the first elections when NRIs can cast their votes from a foreign soil..
- A new cross symbol was used for NOTA (None of The Above) option on the electronic voting machines. Again, Bihar will be the first state where the Election Commission will debut it.
- Drones were used by security forces for air surveillance for the first time in the state’s electoral history.
Bihar assembly election result 2015 district wise
Long queues of voters were largely seen in rural areas for Bihar Assemble Election 2015. In urban areas, voters did not show much enthusiasm. It is generally said that the BJP gets its major support from urban middle class voters and ‘the grand alliance’ of Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad have their supporters in rural areas.
Though the high voting percentage reflects the anti-incumbency sentiment, the percentage was not so high that the BJP should feel happy about it. On the other side, the high turnout in rural areas does send out positive signals for the grand alliance. The higher turnout can be attributed to better security management and the resultant fear-free atmosphere.
Bihar Election Winner 2015
In the first phase of the last Assembly poll held for the same number of seats, the JD(U) had picked up 29 seats, the BJP 13, the RJD 4, while the Congress, the CPI and the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha got one seat each. This time, the JDU put up 24 candidates, the RJD 17 and the Congress 8 candidates.
Since morning hundreds of thousands of people lined up at polling stations to cast their vote in the crucial election seen as a referendum on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “popularity” and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s “development plan.
Bihar elections became the first poll where NRIs casted their votes semi-electronically from foreign countries. The e-postal ballot system and the existing proxy-voting facility were extended for NRI voters from their place of residence abroad. But this facility was not available to migrant voters within India. The Election Commission introduced the specific symbol for NOTA, a ballot paper with a black cross across it, on 18 September 2015. The symbol is designed by National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad. The security forces used Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)/Drones, called Netras (eyes), in Bihar elections.
Result Anticipation and its Probable Impact
People all around India and especially Bihar are looking forward to the result of Bihar Assembly Election 2015 with great anticipation. This year experienced a record participation from the voters from previous years. There is no definite sign as which party is going to win this time. Both parties are feeling optimistic about the outcome. By noon on november 8, 2015, when counting in the five phase Bihar election es half way through, we will get to know whether Narendra Modi’s party or Nitish Kumar’s party will be victorious this time.
The impact of this year’s Bihar Assembly Election 2015 is immense on the political scenario on the entire Indian politics. If JD(U)-RJD Congress “Grand Alliance” wins the election, then Nitish will establish himself as a potent rival against Sir Narendra Modi in the 2019 Lok Sabha election. If, on the other hand, the NDA wins, then Modi and Shah will consolidate their grip over the party. This will make it go a long way in the Assam assembly election in 2016 and do well in the Kerala poll in the same year.
Bihar Assembly Election 2015 Result Party Wise
People of India are waiting in great anticipation about the result and they are expecting a fair result. Supporters of both parties are looking to see their party win the election. They will have to be patient till 8th November to know which party becomes victorious this year and whoever wins, they want the party to work for the betterment of Bihar State in the days to come.