Bihar’s ruling coalition and the opposition BJP held on to their seats as votes have been counted for key polls seen to be a take a look at for Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s resolution to swap allies and kind a brand new authorities with Tejashwi Yadav’s RJD in August.
The BJP is forward within the Gopalganj meeting after 12 rounds, whereas the RJD seems to be holding on to Mokama after 10 rounds.
In Gopalganj, BJP chief Kusum Devi is up towards the RJD’s Mohan Gupta. The BJP candidate is the spouse of former MLA Subhash Singh whose dying necessitated the by-election.
For the RJD, it’s a status combat as Gopalganj is the house district of get together chief Lalu Prasad.
In Mokama, the RJD candidate is Neelam Devi, whose husband Anant Singh’s disqualification over a corruption case made it essential to conduct a byelection. She is up towards the BJP’s Sonam Devi, who’s the spouse of strongman Lalan Singh.
Mokama has been the stronghold of Anant Singh since 2005. He received the seat twice as a candidate of Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal United.
The BJP is contesting from the Mokama constituency for the primary time; it had at all times left the seat to allies.
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