The October 30 bypolls in Kusheshwar Asthan and Tarapur were viewed as a litmus test for the Nitish Kumar-led NDA which, it bears mentioning, had never fared well in bypolls in Bihar previously. ,volleyball setter board angle
winamax germany,The two seats – both of which were held by JD(U) members – fell vacant in the wake of their incumbents passing away. This had meant that the NDA's tally had been slightly weakened to 126 in the Assembly, just four seats above the majority mark.
basketball dribbling record,And following the counting of votes yesterday, the NDA will sleep a little easier having claimed both, albeit having faced a tough contest in the Tarapur constituency. The JD(U) fielded Aman Bhushan Hazari against RJD candidate Ganesh Bharti in Kushshwar Asthan and the former comfortably dispensed with his rival, winning the seat by a margin of more than 12,000 votes.
Things were more hotly contested in Tarapur however, with JD(U) candidate Rajiv Kumar Singh staving off RJD leader Arun Kumar Sah by a slim margin of under 4,000 votes. The seat swung back and forth throughout the day before Singh surged ahead in the final hours of counting. ,basketball defense workout
new zealand soccer or football,The opposition Mahagathbandhan, made up the RJD, Congress and the Left, have been left considering what may have been. In the run-up to the bypolls, the Congress had roped in CPI leader and former JNU Students' Union President Kanhaiya Kumar into the party – a move that appeared to fill it with enough confidence to contest the polls independently.
Although the RJD and Congress refrained from calling the fissure a final divorce, the RJD's failure to beat out the JD(U) and the Congress' woeful performance suggest that the two may have been better working in unison. ,tennis only myaree
basketball indoor arcade,Much to the dismay of the RJD, the Congress opted to field Atirek Kumar, the son of Ashok Kumar who had lost the Kusheshwar Asthan seat by a margin of 7,000 votes in the 2020 Assembly election. It was like father, like son with Atirek claiming just 4.27 per cent (or 5,602) of the votes, forcing him to forfeit his deposit. The Congress' Rajesh Mishra fared even worse in Tarapur, winning just 2.1 per cent (3,570) of the total vote.
orlando city soccer youth jersey,Although combining their forces in Kusheshwar Asthan would have likely seen the Congress and the RJD still fall to the JD(U), things may have been different in Tarapur. Tallying up the votes of Mishra and the RJD's Arun Kumar Sah who placed second, would have seen the opposition reduce the margin of JD(U)'s victory to just 251 votes.
play online cricket games psl,Before the bypolls, analysts had speculated that a failure to win either of the bypolls would throw into jeopardy the NDA's grip over the state, particularly given that smaller parties like former CM Jitan Ram Manjhi's Hindustani Awam Morcha and EBC Malla leader Mukesh Sahani's Vikasshil Insaan Party (VIP) had four MLA's in the Assembly.
With the NDA's lead just marginally above the majority mark, there was a risk the Mahagathbandhan would seek to woo these smaller parties to further weaken the NDA. That reality has not materialised though and it is the Mahagathbandhan that's been left to lick its wounds. The RJD, however, remains the single largest party in the House with 75 MLAs. ,regression analysis soccer