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Nitish's JDU upseted by BJP in Bihar

Friday, 16 May 2014 - 5:26pm IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: dna webdesk

Bihar voted along the anti-incumbency wave as Nitish Kumar's Janata Dal (United) is set to be toppled in the Lok Sabha elections.

The Bharatiya Jantata Party (BJP) is set to root out the JDU as it leads in 24 seats. The JDU is leading in four seats whereas the Rashtriya Janata Dal is leading in three seats.

Key candidates who have won are the BJP's Rajiv Pratap Rudy defeating the RJD's Rabri Devi in Saran, whereas the RJD's Misa Bharti lost in Pataliputra.

The BJP's Chhedi Prasad won, trouncing Meira Kumar in Sasaram. BJP's Shatrughan Sinha wins in Patna Sahib

The Lok Janashakti Dal (LJD) and the BJP's ally too won two seats as Ram Vilas Paswan and his son Chirag too secured wins for Hajipur and Jamau constituencies respectively.


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