After about 18 hours of counting, the picture of the results in Bihar became clear. The NDA managed to retain the power with 125 seats, but the party that suffered the most was Nitish Kumar’s JDU. JDU lost 28 seats compared to last time and came down to 43 seats. At the same time, BJP won 74 seats with a gain of 21 seats. The RJD emerged as the single largest party, winning 75 seats. The Grand Alliance led by Tejashwi Yadav got 110 seats.
Earlier, in the trends, the NDA touched the majority mark at 10:30 AM in the morning, but the picture changed about eight hours later, around half past six in the evening. NDA dropped from 134 to 120. However, two hours later, it again crossed the majority mark in the trends with an increase of 123 seats. The margin of votes in 23 seats was less than two thousand, so the seats of NDA continued to be less than the majority.
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