Bihar election polls 2020 are pretty interesting. They keep turning points which we don’t imagine. This means that Bihar elections will make history this time. With the ongoing Bihar elections, the results seem not so far away. The full month of October will see various ups and downs. In November 2020, we will finally have a new Chief Minister of Bihar. Currently, there are 49 open grounds in Patna district. These open grounds, as well as 19 halls, will serve as a meeting place for people from various political parties. They can schedule their meetings here during the Bihar election. The capacity to hold in one place, is, however, limited to only 100 people at a time.
Bihar election polls seem dissembled
In any Indian Legislative election, we can never say anything for certain. However, Bihar election polls top the game. Rashtriya Janata Dal candidate Tejashwi Yadav seems to reach ahead of the game. He will have to lead the grand alliance via contesting 144 seats out of the 243 assembly seats. The three-phase election will begin on October 28. On the other hand, Congress will contest for 70 seats leaving behind 29 seats for the three remaining allies. these are CPM-4, CPI-6, and CPI (M-L)-19.
The seat-sharing between these parties notably won Congress more seats than in the 2015 elections. The 144 seats which Tejashwi Yadav wants to savor come from his old alliance partner Vikashsheel Insaan Party and JMM. This marks a stronghold for RJD in the Bihar election polls. Congress leader Avinash Pandey said, “Congress, RJD, CPI, CPM, and Vikashsheel Insaan Party will be a part of this alliance under the leadership of RJD. We want Bihar to prosper under Tejashwi Yadav.”
Other prominent features of the Bihar 2020 elections
Bihar election not only sees NDA and UPA alliance in full force trying to win the election. However, for the first time, a 32-year-old transgender will preside as the main officer in the second phase. They would train for her duty at the polling station at Gardanibagh in Patna on October 8, 2020. The second phase will begin on November 3. The third phase will begin on November 7. The parties are nominating the 71 constituencies which will go further in these phases. BSP state president Bharat Bind also joined RJD. Where drama is stemming from Mukesh Sahni is rifting the UPA alliance and calling them “backstabbers”. On the other hand, LJP leader Chirag Paswan is still to announce whether he will join BJP and JD(U) in the NDA alliance. The election will see some serious battle between two leading alliances.