Motihari Election Results 2020: BJP's Pramod Kumar defeats RJD's Om Prakash Chaudhary by 14,645 votes
Patna| Jagran Politics Desk: The result of the much-awaited Motihari assembly seat that falls under the Bihar Assembly elections was declared today on November 10. The counting of votes for the Motihari assembly seat in Bihar began at 8 am today. According to the Election Commision of India, BJP's Pramod Kumar has won this seat with margin of 14,645 votes.
Motihari assembly seat falls under the East Champaran district. This seat went to polls in the third phase of the three-phased state Assembly Elections 2020. The Motihari constituency has been a strong seat for Bharatiya Janata Party. BJP'scurrently holds the ministerial portfolio of Art, culture, and youth affairs and he was in the battleground against RJD's Om Prakash Choudhary. Pramod Kumar has been winning from this seat continuously.
Here are the highlights of Motihari, Bihar Assembly Election Results:
20:20 PM| The Election Commission of India announced the results of Motihari assembly seat, BJP's Pramod Kumar has won this seat with 14,645 votes.
19:25 PM| According to ECI, BJP's Pramod Kumar is leading Motihari with 14,645 votes.
17:05 PM| BJP's Pramod Kumar is leading this seat with 18,000 votes.
16:32 PM| According to election commission of India, BJP's Pramod Kumar is leading with a huge margin of 17,703 votes.
13: 56 PM| BJP's Pramod Kumar leads, RJD trails with margin of 7,588 votes.
12: 25 AM| RJD's Om Prakash Chaudhary leads from Motihari, BJP's Pramod Kumar trails.
11:30 AM| RJD, RLSP leads, BJP trails.
10:57 AM| BJP's Pramod Kumar leads, RJD, RLSP trails.
10:40 AM| RJD's Om Prakash Chaudhary trails, BJP's Pramod Kumar leads.
10:10 AM| BJP's Pramod Kumar continues to lead from this seat, RJD, RLSP trails.
9:25 AM| RJD's Om Prakash Chaudhary is losing, BJP leads from Motihari.
9:05 AM| RJD, RLSP trails, BJP leads from Motihari constituency.
8:43 AM| BJP leads from Motihari. In 2015, BJP candidate Pramod Kumar won the Motihari constituency seat with a margin of 11% securing 79947 votes against RJD candidate Binod Kumar Shrivastava.
8:27 AM| The counting of votes for Bihar Assembly elections has begun and is underway at counting centre established at Anugrah Narayan College in Patna.
8:05 AM| The counting of votes has started in Bihar Assembly Elections 2020.
7:45 AM| Motihari assembly seat falls under the East Champaran district and is a stronghold of BJP's Pramod Kumar.
6:50 AM| The Motihari seat went to polls in the third phase of the three-phased state Assembly Elections 2020. This seat has a stroghold of BJP's Pramod Kumar.
6:30 AM| In Motihari, BJP's Pramod Kumar and RJD's Om Prakash Choudhary are testing their luck.
6:20 AM| The counting of Bihar Assembly election will begin at 8 AM. The trends on the leading and trailing candidates will start emerging by 9 AM.
In Bihar Assembly Election 2015, BJP candidate Pramod Kumar won the Motihari constituency seat with a margin of 11% securing 79947 votes against RJD candidate Binod Kumar Shrivastava. Kumar emerged as the winner in the 2010 elections as well. He received 51,888 votes while Rajesh Gupta of RJD could garner only 27,358 votes. In 2005 too, BJP's Pramod Kumar emerged victoriously.
While the BJP fielded incumbent Pramod Kumar, who was seeking his fifth term as Motihari MLA, the RJD staked its repute on Om Prakash Choudhary, in a direct contest between the two leading political parties in Bihar.
The voting for the first phase of the Bihar Assembly Elections 2020 took place on October 28. In the first phase of polling, a total of 53.54 percent of total voter turnout was recorded. The voting for phase 2 and phase 3 polls were held on November 3 and 7 respectively, while the votes were counted on November 10.
Posted By: Deeksha Sharma
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