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Bihar Parliamentary Constituencies Valmikinagar Paschim-champaran Gopalganj Siwan Maharajganj Purvi-champaran Vaishali Sheohar Sasaram Karakat Buxar Aurangabad Arrah Saran Patliputra Jahanabad Gaya. Sitamarhi Madhubani Muzaffarpur Hajipur Patnasahib Nalanda Nawada Jamui Darbhanga Samastipur Ujiarpur Jhanjharpur Supaul Madhepura Khagaria Araria Kishanganj Purnia Katihar Bhagalpur Begusarai Munger Banka
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Bihar Elections Update 2019

5:00 PM - Bihar Voting Live News Elections 2019
5:00 PM
Bihar Voting live updates - Phase 7
Today during Lok Sabha elections 2019, on duty Police official of Bihar was allegedly attacked for stopping fraudulent voting at the polling booth no. 49 of Arrah. The ADM told that they have received information related to the stone pelting, but no disturbance has been seen during the polling process. Meanwhile, some people tried creating trouble, but were eventually chased out.
1:20 PM - Bihar Lok Sabha Update 2019 Phase 7
1:20 PM
Bihar Lok Sabha elections update
Tej Pratap Yadav, a politician of Bihar, is said to have filed an FIR against that of a journalist. The sources informed that his windshield was smashed by him. Tej Pratap Yadav reported to the police officials that after he exercised his vote a photographer hit the windscreen of his car and that he considers to be the conspiracy against him.
9:40 AM - Ravi Shankar Prasad casts his vote - Bihar Election Live News
9:40  AM
Patna, Bihar Loko Sabha Update 2019 - Phase 7 
Ravi Shankar Prasad casts his vote
As per recent reports, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad recently exercised his vote for the Lok Sabha elections 2019, phase 7, from the polling station of Patna college. Here, he is up against Shatrughan Sinha of Congress.
9:45 AM - guard mistakenly got fired - Bihar Election Latest Update
9:45 AM
Bihar Election Latest Update 2019 Phase 6
In Sheohar home guard mistakenly got fired
Today during Lok Sabha elections 2019, a home guard mistakenly got fired at the polling booth no 272 of Sheohar constituency in Bihar. Santosh Kumar, the superintendent of police in one of his statements said that one of the person from the polling party has got injured in firing and was taken to the sheohar's Sadar Hospital for the treatment.
Latest Update Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Phase VI
Bihar General Election Latest Updates 2019
The following 8 Parliamentary Constituencies of Bihar will be taking part in Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Phase VI on 12th May'19
  1. Valmiki Nagar
  2. Paschim Champaran
  3. Purvi Champaran
  4. Sheohar
  5. Vaishali
  6. GopalGanj Sc
  7. Siwan
  8. Maharajganj
1:00 PM - Bihar election voting latest updates
1:00 PM
Bihar Lok Sabha Election Update- Phase 5
Bihar : Total Voter Turn Out Till 1 PM
As per electionn commission India, Bihar state records 20.74% voter turnout and the constituency-wise turnout percentage is as follows:
20.90% - Sitamarhi 
18.17% - Madhubani 
22.95% - Muzaffarpur 
20.89% - Saran 
20.89% - Hajipur


10:55 AM - Polling Percentage Till 10 AM - Bihar Elections Live Update 2019 phase 5

10:55 AM

Bihar Elections Live Update 2019 phase 5

As per Election Commission of India, total Polling Percentage in Bihar till 10 AM is : Sitamarhi (15%), Madhubani(13%), Muzaffarpur(14%), Saran(17%), Hajipur(16%)



8:45 AM - Bihar Poll Percentage - Bihar Election Update 2019

8:45 AM

Bihar Poll Percentage till 8:00 AM - Bihar Election Update 2019

As per the election commission, the total poll percentafe in Bihar came out till 8:00 AM is as follows:

Bihar  percentage till 8 AM
Sitamarhi 5%
Madhubani 2.50%
Muzaffarpur 3.58%
Saran 4.25%
Hajipur 4%
Total 3.86%


2019 Lok Sabha Elections Phase V Latest News Update
Bihar General Election Latest Updates
The following 5 Parliamentary Constituencies of Bihar are taking part in Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Phase V
  1. Sitamarhi
  2. Madhubani
  3. Muzaffarpur
  4. Saran
  5. Hajipur
11:30 AM - Bihar Lok Sabha General Elections 2019 - Phase IV

11:30 AM

Total Percentages TurnOut In Bihar

As per ECI, Bihar Lok Sabha General Elections 2019 - Phase IV, Total Voting Turnout Till 11.00 AM


Parliamentary Constituency Total Percentage Turnout Till 11 AM
Darbhanga 16.8 %
Ujiarpur 12.69 %
Samastipur 13.25%
Begusarai 17.60 %
Munger 15 %


Bihar Lok Sabha Election 2019 Dates

StatePhase I (91)Phase II (97)Phase III (115)phaseIV (71)Phase V (51)phase VI (59)Phase VII(59)

Located in the eastern part of India, Bihar is surrounded by West Bengal in the east and Uttar Pradesh in the west. In the north, the state is bordered by Nepal and in the south by Jharkhand. In 2000, the southern part of Bihar was sub-divided and the state of Jharkhand was born.

Member Representation at the Centre

Total Lok Sabha seats in Bihar are 40 for Members of Parliament to the Lok Sabha. The State Legislative Assembly is bicameral in nature and has a strength of 243 members.

Major Political Parties in Bihar

The national parties that have a presence in Bihar are:
  • Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
  • Indian National Congress (INC)
  • Janata Dal (United) (JDU)
  • The regional parties include:
  • Lok Janshakti Party
  • Bihar People's Party
  • Bharatiya Jan Congress
  • Rashtriya Janata Dal
  • Bihar Vikas Party
  • Kisan Vikas Party
  • Sampurna Vikas Dal
  • Krantikari Samyavadi Party
  • Samajwadi Krantikari Sena
  • Rashtrawadi Kisan Sanghatan.

Election history

As per the update on Bihar elections, the first assembly election was held in 1951 with the Indian National Congress (INC) emerging as the winning party. Sri Krishna Sinha was nominated as the Chief Minister. The INC continued to have a stronghold for more than two decades. During this period, the state saw about 16 Chief Ministers. Some of them were Deep Narayan Singh, Krishana Ballabh Sahay, Bhola Paswan Shashtri, Satish Prasad Singh, Abdul Gafoor, and Jagannath Mishra. In the Seventh Assembly election held in 1977, Janata Party emerged as the winner. In the 8th Assembly Election, INC came back to power and continued to be in power in the 9th assembly session also. In the tenth assembly elections held in 1990, Janata Dal came to power with Laloo Prasad Yadav as the Chief Minister, and he continued to hold office in the eleventh assembly session. In the 12th Assembly Election held in 2000, the Rashtriya Janata Dal came to power with Rabri Devi as the CM. President's Rule was imposed in the thirteenth assembly elections. In the fourteenth elections held in 2005, Janata Dal (United) and Bharatiya Janata Party came together to form the government with Nitish Kumar as the Chief Minister. The government continues till date even after the sixteenth assembly elections in 2014.

The Constitution of the Current Government

The current government is run by a National Democratic Alliance formed by the coalition between the JD(U) and the BJP. The government is led by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.

Top Political Leaders

  • Nitish Kumar : A member of the Janata Dal (United), Nitish Kumar is the current Chief Minister of Bihar, in power since 2005. He is credited to have initiated a series of development programmes in Bihar like building roads, appointing teachers in schools, appointing doctors in primary health centers, reducing crime rate in the state. In 1989, he had briefly held the post of Union Minister of State for Agriculture.

  • Laloo Prasad Yadav : He began his political career as a student and was a member of the Janata Party. In 1977, he was elected as the Member of Lok Sabha. From 1990 to 1997, he was the Chief Minister of Bihar. He had to resign from the post because of the various corruption charges that were levied against him. In 1997, he went on to form the RJD party. He was also the Minister of Railways from 2004 - 09. In 2013, he was found guilty in the Fodder scam and was convicted to imprisonment.

  • Ram Vilas Paswan : He is the President of the Lok Janshakti Party and a Rajya Sabha member. In 1989, he was appointed as the Union Minister of Labour and Welfare. In 1996, he became the Union Railway Minister. In 1999, he became the Union Communications Minister. Then he was in the Coal ministry from 2001 - 02. It was in 2000 that he broke away from Janata Dal (United) to form the Lok Janshakti Party.

  • Sushil Kumar Modi : A member of BJP, Sushil Kumar Modi became a Lok Sabha member in 2004. Currently he is the Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar. He also holds the Finance Minister portfolio, along with a number of other portfolios.

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  Election Highlights  
Quick Facts No. of PCs: 40
No. of Polling Days: 6
Polling Dates: 11 April (Phase 1), 18 April (Phase 2), 23 April (Phase 3), 29 April (Phase 4), 6 May (Phase 5), 12 May (Phase 6), 19 May (Phase 7)
Poll Expenditure Limit per Candidate : Rs. 70 lakhs

Bihar Parliamentary Constituency Winners 2009

PC No.PC NameCategoryWinning CandidateGenderPartyTotal Votes
1Valmiki NagarGENBaidyanath Prasad MahtoMJD(U)277696
2Paschim ChamparanGENDr. Sanjay JaiswalMBJP198781
3Purvi ChamparanGENRadha Mohan SinghMBJP201114
4SheoharGENRama DeviFBJP233499
5SitamarhiGENArjun RoyMJD(U)232782
6MadhubaniGENHukmadeo Narayan YadavMBJP164094
7JhanjharpurGENMangani Lal MandalMJD(U)265175
8SupaulGENVishwa Mohan KumarMJD(U)313677
9ArariaGENPradeep Kumar SinghMBJP282742
10KishanganjGENMohammad Asrarul HaqueMINC239405
11KatiharGENNikhil Kumar ChoudharyMBJP269834
12PurniaGENUday SinghMBJP362952
13MadhepuraGENSharad YadavMJD(U)370585
14DarbhangaGENKirti AzadMBJP239268
15MuzaffarpurGENCaptain Jai Narayan Prasad NishadMJD(U)195091
16VaishaliGENRaghuvansh Prasad SinghMRJD284479
17Gopalganj(SC)Purnmasi RamMJD(U)200024
18SiwanGENOm Prakash YadavMIND236194
19MaharajganjGENUma Shanaker SinghMRJD211610
20SaranGENLalu PrasadMRJ D274209
21Hajipur(SC)Ram Sundar DasMJD(U)246715
22UjiarpurGENAswamedh DeviFJD(U)180082
23Samastipur(SC)Maheshwar HazariMJD(U)259458
24BegusaraiGENDr. Monazir HassanMJD(U)205680
25KhagariaGENDinesh Chandra YadavMJD(U)266964
26BhagalpurGENSyed Shahnawaz HussainMBJP228384
27BankaGENPutul Kumari,Smt.FINDNull
28MungerGENRajiv Ranjan SinghMJD(U)374317
29NalandaGENKaushalendra KumarMJD(U)299155
30Patna SahibGENShatrughan SinhaMBJP316549
31PataliputraGENRanjan Prasad YadavMJD(U)269298
32ArrahGENMeena SinghFJD(U)212726
33BuxarGENJagada Nand SinghMRJ D132614
34Sasaram(SC)Meira KumarFINC192213
35KarakatGENMahabali SinghMJD(U)196946
36JahanabadGENJagdish SharmaMJD(U)234769
37AurangabadGENSushil Kumar SinghMJD(U)260153
38Gaya(SC)Hari ManjhiMBJP246255
39NawadaGENBhola SinghMBJP130608
40Jamui(SC)Bhudeo ChoudharyMJD(U)178560

  Parliamentary Constituencies in Bihar  
PC No.PC NamePC No.PC Name
1Valmiki Nagar21Hajipur
2Paschim Champaran22Ujiarpur
3Purvi Champaran23Samastipur
10Kishanganj30Patna Sahib

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