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Tuesday 10 November 2020

Bihar General assembly Election Result 2020


"On November 10, counting of votes will take place. Whatever be the result, we have to behave well, maintain peace. No worker should use colours, firecrackers etc. There should not be any indiscipline in the excitement of a victory," read a rough translation of the party's tweet in Hindi.


In a second tweet, the RJD asked its workers to keep in mind that irrespective of the results "at the centre of your politics is public upliftment and people's convenience".


Most exit polls have predicted the Tejashwi Yadav-led Opposition alliance will gain majority in the just-concluded assembly elections in the state way ahead of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar-led NDA.


Extensive arrangements have been made for the counting of votes to be held tomorrow on the 10th of Bihar Assembly elections. 55 counting centers have been set up in 38 districts for the counting of votes. As per the guidelines of the Election Commission, all the counting centers will be sanitized at the beginning of the counting and after the completion of the counting. A counting table will be kept in a limited form in the counting center for the purpose of maintaining proper distance. Paramilitary forces have been deployed at all the counting centers.




The Election Commission has completed all the preparations for the counting of votes to be held tomorrow for the eight vacant seats of the Gujarat Assembly. Elections for the state's Abadsa, Morbi, Gadda, Dhari, Limbdi, Karjan, Dang and Kaprada assembly constituencies were held on November 3. Counting of votes for all the eight seats will be held tomorrow morning. Preparations have been made for the counting of votes keeping in view the instructions of the Election Commission of India regarding the counting of votes. There will be a Micro Observer, a Supervisor and an Assistant on each table for accurate monitoring and monitoring. All arrangements including face shield, mask, sanitation have been arranged for the staff during the counting of votes.

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