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The members of the Vidhan Sabha or the Legislative/State Assembly are elected in the Legislative Assembly elections. Held after every five years, the assembly elections are conducted in different states as per the tenure of its respective state assembly. In India, 29 states and 2 Union Territories participate in the assembly elections.

Bihar Election 2015

Date of Polling:12 Oct, 16 Oct, 28 Oct, 1 Nov & 5 Nov, 2015
Date of Announcement of Results:8th November, 2015

Bihar Legislative Assembly election, 2015

Another much-awaited electoral battle in 2015 will be Assembly polls in Bihar where the tenure of the Legislative Assembly expires on November 29, 2015.

Bihar Election Updates 2015

57% voter turnout in first phase, next phase on 16 Oct

Around 57% voter turnout was recorded in the first phase of polling in Bihar. The first phase polling took place in 49 of the 243 constituencies. The voters said they want to vote for development. The next phase of polls will be held on 16 October. The last phase of the polls will be held on 5 November.  

Polling for first phase ends in Bihar

Balloting for the first phase of Bihar assembly polls ended at 5 p.m. Till 3 p.m. 50% voter turnout was recorded in the state. The voting was peaceful except for an incidence of violence wherein a LJP candidate was shot at; however, he left unhurt.  

First phase polls begins in Bihar

The first phase polls of the assembly polls in Bihar have begun in 49 constituencies spread across 10 districts. Poverty-stricken regions like Banka, Jamui and Bhagalpur are also a part of these districts. There are some maoist-hit areas as well which will be participating in the first phase. The polling hours has been reduced to 3 p.m. in these areas by the Election Commission. 583 candidates are in fray in the first phase polls. 

Modis another set of rallies in Bihar

Prime Minister Narendra Modi holds two rallies in Bihar in Sasarama and Aurangabad. During his address, the PM said his government has given Rs. 1,65,000 crore for the development of Bihar, which will help its youth. He said Congress ruled the state for 35 years and Nitish-Lalu for 25 years, but no development was made to the state. He talked about empowering the poor and making them financially stable and also referred to the record number of bank accounts which were opened by the poor under the ‘Jan Dhan scheme’.  

Pre-poll survey predict victory for Lalu-Nitish alliance

A new poll survey conducted by CNN-IBN and Axis has predicted a big victory for JD(U)-RJD alliance with 129-145 seats. It has projected 87-103 seats for the NDA and around 20 seats for the Congress. This brings the percentage share to 46% to JD(U)-RJD and 38% to NDA. 

Drones to monitor Bihar elections

Drones will be used for the first time ever in the history of elections in India, in Bihar polls, for surveillance.  R. Lakshmanan, Bihar’s Additional Chief Electoral Officer said helicopters have been earlier used but this is the first time that drones will be used.


Modi: Bihar has to decide between Jungle Raj and Vikas Raj

While addressing a rally at Munger, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the ‘grand allaicne’ between JD (U), RJD and Congress, has looted the state for 60 years nad have now formed an ‘alliance of opportunism’. He also slammed RJD chief Lalu Prasad yadav over his controversial comments on beef. 

Rahul Gandhi holds rally in Bihar

Congress Vice-president Rahul Gandhi addressed a rally in Sheikhpura, Bihar. During his address, he attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government saying it failed to fulfil its promises. He said the PM has always helped hid corporate friends. Taking a jibe on PM”s frequent foreign trios, Gandhi said that he has never seen him standing with a farmer or any unemployed youth.  

Survey: 80% voters feel taking money for vote is not wrong

A survey conducted by the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Bihar has revealed that around 80% of the people in Bihar feel that accepting money or gifts in exchange for vote to someone is not wrong. The election department of the state has undertaken this campaign in order to promote ethical voting in the upcoming polls. 

Bihar Polls: UAV, sniffer dogs to be used for security

The central paramilitary forces (CMPF) will be using technology and sniffer dogs to help their personnel so that peaceful polls shall be conducted in Bihar. Unmanned aerial vehicles, Netras, will be used for security surveillance during the polls. It will be the first time in the history of India when such technology will be used.  

By-Poll Assembly Elections in 2015

State NameAC No.Name of Assembly ConstituencyIssue of NotificationLast date of making NominationsScrutiny of NominationsLast date for withdrawal of CandidaturesDate of PollCounting of Votes
Arunachal Pradesh27Liromoba (ST)Jan 19, 2015Jan 27, 2015Jan 28, 2015Jan 30, 2015Feb 13, 2015Feb 16, 2015
Goa 11PanajiJan 19, 2015Jan 27, 2015Jan 28, 2015Jan 30, 2015Feb 13, 2015Feb 16, 2015
Tamil Nadu 139SrirangamJan 19, 2015Jan 27, 2015Jan 28, 2015Jan 30, 2015Feb 13, 2015Feb 16, 2015
West Bengal88Krishnaganj (SC)Jan 19, 2015Jan 27, 2015Jan 28, 2015Jan 30, 2015Feb 13, 2015Feb 16, 2015
Maharashtra91MukhedJan 19, 2015Jan 27, 2015Jan 28, 2015Jan 30, 2015Feb 13, 2015Feb 16, 2015
Andhra Pradesh167TirupatiJan 19, 2015Jan 27, 2015Jan 28, 2015Jan 30, 2015Feb 13, 2015Feb 16, 2015

Delhi Election 2015

Date of Polling: 7th February, 2015
Date of Announcement of Results: 10th February, 2015

Delhi Assembly Elections 2015

The Election Commission has announced that the elections to the Delhi Legislative Assembly will be held on February 7, 2015. The counting of the votes will be held on February 10. After its historic victory in General Elections, the BJP is confident of getting a clear majority in the elections to the Delhi Legislative Assembly 2015. While the Congress will try hard to regain its lost ground, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has its political future at stake in this year’s Assembly polls in Delhi.

In the 2013 Assembly elections, the newborn Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) won as many as 28 seats, while the Congress that ruled the capital for three consecutive terms, faced a drubbing as it could win only 8 out of the 70 Assembly constituencies. The Bharatiya Janata Party registered a credible performance, winning 32 seats, but it fell short by four seats to reach the majority mark. AAP President Arvind Kejriwal shot to fame by defeating Sheila Dikshit in the New Delhi constituency with a margin of over 25,000 votes. He formed the AAP government with the outside support of the Congress. But his government lasted only for 49 days as he resigned from the Chief Minister’s over the issue of Jan Lokpal Bill on 14th February 2014 . The Delhi Assembly was since then kept in suspended animation and the state governed through President's Rule. In November 2014, the Assembly was dissolved, paving the way for fresh elections.

Though constitutionally Delhi is a union territory, it is a state with 70 assembly constituencies. It has its own Lieutenant Governor, the Legislative Assembly and a council of ministers headed by Chief Minister. Judiciary in Delhi consists of Delhi High Court and other lower courts.

Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Delhi

The Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Delhi is Chandra Bhushan Kumar.

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF ELECTORAL OFFICER-DELHI Old St. Stephen College Building Kashmere Gate, Delhi-110006

Office Phone: 23977130; Fax:23969611; e-mail:;

Last Updated on : September 23, 2015