Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address 12 rallies in Bihar where the three-phase assembly election will begin on October 28. This BJP candidate, in the election affidavit mentioned 0 criminal cases registered against him. In the last election, the BJP had contested on 157 seats and could win 53 — 38 seats less than what it had got in 2010. In the 2010 Bihar Assembly elections, there were a total of 2,43,996 eligible electors, of which 1,31,695 were male, 1,12,303 female and 0 voters of the third gender. BJP leader and state minister Nand Kishor Yadav, who was earlier trailing behind Congress candidate Pravin Singh, is now back in the lead. A Time Warner Company. All rights reserved. Financial Express is now on Telegram. Bijendra Prasad Yadav, who is an MLA from Supaul constituency, has won the election by 29,000 votes. LJP is leading on 1 seat. Asaduddin Owaisi-led All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul-Muslimeen (AIMIM) has won five assembly seats, including Amour, Kochadhamam, Jokihat, Baisi and Bahadurgunj in Bihar. The elections will be held in three phases for a total of 243 seats. Updated Oct 17, 2020 | 15:13 IST The elections for 243 Assembly seats will be held in three phases - for 71 seats on October 28, for 94 seats on November 3, and remaining 78 on November 7. Cryptic reply on swearing-in ceremony hints at Bihar mystery, PM Modi inaugurates Swami Vivekananda’s statue at JNU, exhorts students to make India self-reliant, More development in border areas under Modi regime: Amit Shah, Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Share Price, This website follows the DNPA’s code of conduct. The first list mentioned as many as 27 candidates for the seats going for polls in the first phase on October 28. On Tuesday, the NDA announced that the JDU will contest on 122 seats and the BJP on 121. Bihar Assembly Elections 2020: CM Nitish Kumar casts his vote, Bihar Assembly Elections 2020: Phase 2 set at high voltage begins | The Urban Debate. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. Kundan Kumar is a BJP candidate from Begusarai constituency in the 2020 Bihar Assembly elections. In the 2015 polls, there were a total of 3,11,575 eligible electors, of which 1,67,593 were male, 1,43,973 female and 9 voters of the third gender. Under the arrangement, JDU will give 7 seats to the Hindustani Awam Morcha and the BJP will have to accommodate Vikassheel Insaan Party (VIP). Candidates contesting in the 2020 Bihar Assembly elections from Begusarai are: Amit Kumar (NCP), Ramshankar Paswan (BJP), Vijay Paswan (RLSP), Suryakant Paswan (CPI), Tulsi Tanti (SSD), Manoj Das (BMP), Maheshwar Ram (JDS), Ramanand Ram (JAPL), Lal Bahadur Paswan (AAPAP), Sanjay Kumar (PP), Satya Prakash (RJVP), Anita Devi (IND), Rajesh Kumar Rajak (IND). Watch Times Now LIVE TV for latest and breaking news from India and around the world. Former Bihar Chief Minister and Hindustani Awam Morcha (Secular) leader Jitan Ram Manjhi wins from Imamganj Assembly constituency. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest Biz news and updates. In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, Dr. Bhola Singh from BJP won the Begusarai seat in Bihar with 4,28,227 votes. Bihar Assembly Election 2020 Heat Map Analysis, NDA heading towards a clear majority? Follow the live updating tables to know the live election result status of Kundan Kumar (BJP) in 2020 Begusarai elections. | The Newshour Agenda, Congress leader P. Chidambaram slams Government over new stimulus package and unemployment rate, COVID-19 cases hits Delhi badly, Where is the national capital lacking? Under the arrangement, JDU will give 7 seats to the Hindustani Awam Morcha and the BJP will have to accommodate Vikassheel Insaan Party (VIP) of Mukesh Sahani. The RJD-led Mahagathbandhan has won 110 and others bagged 8 seats. His profession according to the election affidavit filed with the Election Commission is: Social Service and Business. It comes under the Begusarai district and will go to polls on November 3, 2020. His total declared assets are Rs 9.5 crore which includes Rs 2.5 crore in moveable assets and Rs 7 crore as immoveable assets. Candidates contesting in the 2020 Bihar Assembly elections from Begusarai are: Amit Kumar (NCP), Ramshankar Paswan (BJP), Vijay Paswan (RLSP), Suryakant Paswan (CPI), Tulsi Tanti (SSD), Manoj Das (BMP), Maheshwar Ram (JDS), Ramanand Ram (JAPL), Lal Bahadur Paswan (AAPAP), Sanjay Kumar … Among the first-time voters in 2020 in Begusarai, there are a total of voters in the 18-19 years age group. Representational Image | Photo Credit: PTI . 2020The Indian Express [P] Ltd. All Rights Reserved, Bihar Election 2020 Full list of BJP candidates, What’s on Nitish Kumar’s mind? This BJP candidate, in the election affidavit mentioned 0 criminal cases registered against him. As of 11.50 pm, the CPI(ML) has won 9 of the 19 seats they fought on and were leading in 3 others. Check BJP Candidate List For Phase-II Of Bihar Assembly Election 2020 BJP had earlier released its first list of candidates who would contest the crucial Assembly elections on its ticket. BEGUSARAI: Altogether 104 candidates are in the fray in seven constituencies in Begusarai district. The elections will conclude on November 7 and results will be announced on November 10. After Singh’s death, another Bhumihar, Giriraj Singh won the seat in 2019 with a landslide victory. In 2010, there were 180. 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Ramnagar: Bhagirathi DeviNarkatiaganj: Rashmi VermaBagaha: Ram SinghLauriya: Vinay BihariNautan: Narayan PrasadChanpatia: Umakant SinghBettiah: Renu DeviRaxaul: Pramod SinhaHarsidhi: Krishnanandan PaswanGovindganj: Sunil Mani TiwariKalyanpur: Sachindra Prasad SinghPipra: Shyambabu Prasad YadavMadhuban: Rana Randhir SinghMotihari: Pramod KumarChiraia: Lal Babu Prasad GuptaDhaka: Pawan JaiswalRiga: Moti Lal PrasadBathnaha: Anil RamParihar: Gayatri DeviSitamarhi: Mitilesh KumarBenipatti: Vinod Narayan JhaKhajauli: Arun Shankar PrasadBisfi: Haribhushan ThakurRajnagar: Ram Prit PaswanJhanjharpur: Nitish MishraChhatapur: Neeraj Kumar SinghNarpatganj: Jayprakash YadavForbesganj: Vidya Sagar KeshriJokihat: Ranjeet YadavSikti: Vijay MandalKishanganj: Sweety SinghBaisi: Vinod YadavBanmankhi: Krishna Kumar RishiPurnia: Vijay KhemkaKatihar: Tarkishore PrasadPranpur: Nisha SinghKorha: Kavita PaswanSaharsa: Alok Ranjan JhaDarbhanga: Sanjay SaraogiHayaghat: Ramchandra ShahKeoti: Murari Mohan JhaJale: Jibesh Kumar MishraAurai: Ram Surat RayKurhani: Kedar GuptaMuzaffarpur: Suresh Kumar SharmaBaruraj: Arun Kumar SinghParoo: Ashok Kumar SinghBaikunthpur: Mithlesh TiwariBarauli: Rampravesh RaiGopalganj: Subash SinghSiwan: Om Prakash YadavDarauli: Ramayan ManjhiDaraunda: Karanjeet SinghGoriakothi: Devesh Kant SinghTaraiya: Janak SinghChapra: CN GuptaGarkha: Gyanchand ManjhiAmnour: Krishan Kumar MantooSonepur: Vinay Kumar SinghHajipur: Awadhesh SinghLalganj: Sanjay Kumar SinghRaghopur: Satish Kumar YadavPatepur: Lakhinder PaswanUjiarpur: Sheel kumar RoyMohiuddinnagar: Rajesh SinghRosera: Birendra PaswanBachhwara: Surendra MehtaBegusarai: Kundan SinghBakhri: Ramshankar PaswanBihpur: Kumar ShailendraPirpainti: Lalan Kumar PaswanKahalgaon: Pawan Kumar YadavBhagalpur: Rohit PandeyBanka: Ram Narayan MandalKatoria: Nikki HembromMunger: Pranav Kumar YadavLakhisarai: Vijay Kumar SinhaBiharsharif: Sunil Kumar, Barh: Gyanendra Kumar SinghBakhtiarpur: Ranvijay Singh YadavDigha: Sanjeev ChaurasiyaBankipur: Nitin NabinKumhrar: Arun Kumar SinhaPatna Sahib: Nand Kishore YadavFatuha: Satyendra SinghDanapur: Asha Devi YadavManer: Nikhil Anand YadavBikram: Atul KumarBarhara: Raghvendra Pratap SinghArrah: Amrendra Pratap SinghTarari: Kaushal Kumar SinghShahpur: Munni DeviBuxar: Parshuram ChaubeyRamgarh: Ashok Kumar SinghMohania: Niranjan RamBhabua: Rinki Rani PandeyChainpur: Brij Kishor BindDehri: Satyanarayan Singh YadavKarakat: Rajeshwar RajArwal: Dipak Kumar SharmaGoh: Manoj Kumar SharmaAurangabad: Ramadhar SinghGurua: Rajiv NandanBodh Gaya: Hari ManjhiGaya Town: Prem KumarWazirganj: Birendra SinghRajauli: Kanhaiya KumarHisua: Anil SinghWarsaliganj: Aruna DeviJamui: Shreyasi Singh. In the 2020 elections, there were a total of 3,27,650 eligible electors, of which 1,74,872 were male, 1,52,276 female and 8 voters of the third gender. Tej Pratap, a sitting MLA from Mahua assembly in Vaisali district, has changed the constituency to Hasanpur this time. The number of service voters in Begusarai in 2015 was 287. | The Newshour Agenda, Congress stays silent on Zamanat Zapt remark by PM Modi; What is the party hiding? List of BJP candidates in Bihar elections 2020. Digha Assembly seat in Patna district with 4.49 lakh voters is largest Assembly seat (in term of voters), as on January 1, 2019. During the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections, Singh contested on a BJP ticket from the Begusarai seat and defeated the RJD and CPI candidates. © Copyright Network18 Media and Investments Ltd 2020. The electorate gender ratio in Begusarai in 2020 is =CP148/CM148*1000. AIMIM is leading in four seats and the independents in 4 seats. Cryptic reply on swearing-in ceremony hints at Bihar mystery, India Inc lauds Modi govt's Diwali bonanza, says it will cheer stressed sectors, spur job creation, Copyright © Barbigha Assembly seat in Sheikhpura district with just over 2.15 lakh voters is the smallest Assembly seat (in term of voters), as on January 1, 2019. This General Assembly constituency has an estimated Scheduled Caste population of 0.03%.