Bihar Elections: RJD-Congress or JDU-BJP alliance, who is under pressure on 71 seats in the first round?

New Delhi - The campaigning for the first phase of Bihar assembly elections came to an end on Monday evening.  In the first phase of the election campaign, all parties and coalitions have put their full strength to woo voters.  Now, how much of this has affected the voters, a proper assessment of this will be done only on 10 November.  But, analysis of the results of the 2015 election can be tried to guess which party or coalition is under more pressure to perform better than others in this period;  And which party or alliance has a golden opportunity to take the lead in this round itself.

 In the 2015 Bihar Legislative Assembly elections and the current elections, there has been a big reversal in the political equation.
The biggest difference in this is that the JDU has returned to being a part of the NDA and the left parties are openly contesting as part of the grand alliance.  In this election, many more small parties have formed their own alliance and in many seats their role in reversing the final election results from here also cannot be denied.  But, here we want to focus mainly on those parties, which have a lot at stake in the first phase.

 Bihar Assembly Elections 2020: The noise of the first phase campaign stopped, many stalwarts

 In the last assembly election, BJP contested with parties like LJP, Hindustan Awam Morcha and RLSP.  Therefore, being the largest party, BJP fought 40 seats out of 71, but managed to win only 13 seats.  This time the Janata Dal United is with him as an ally and the BJP is contesting in only 29 seats.  First phase for BJP to get fewer seats in the account to contest elections and transfer votes in favor of JDU candidates…

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