Parsa Election Final Result 2020: Contesting on RJD sign, Chhote Lal Ray has gained from the 121 Parsa Meeting Constituency with a margin of over 17,000 votes.
Chhote Lal Ray defeated Chandrika Roy by a margin of 17,239 votes. Ray polled 44.36 of the complete votes in Parsa classified as a rural seat.
Apparently, Chandrika Roy, who received 33.13 p.c votes this election, had gained the seat in 2105 on the RJD sign defeating Chhote Lal Ray (then a member of the LJP) with a mountainous margin of 42,335 votes.
Lok Jan Shakti Event’s Rakesh Kumar Singh polled 12,137 votes, the third-perfect from the constituency.
Chandrika Roy is the son of aged Bihar Chief Minister Daroga Prasad Rai, a Congress leader. He contested the election in the 2020 Meeting election on a JD(U) sign. Roy had married his daughter Aishwarya to Lalu Prasad Yadav’s son Tejashwi Yadav, nonetheless that did no longer figure out effectively as a divorce is pending in the courtroom.
Positioned in the Bhojpur direct and Saran district of Bihar, the Parsa Meeting Constituency seat which shares its inter-direct border with Saran is piece of the 20 Saran Lok Sabha constituency.
Per Data18, Rai is a aged Bihar minister and has been MLA for six times. Chandrika Rai gained the Parsa seat 5 times between 1985 and the February 2005 polls, which yielded a fractured verdict.
Parsa voted on 3 November, in the 2d phase of Bihar Meeting election 2020.
A full of 11 candidates are contesting the Bihar Meeting election from the Parsa seat this twelve months. In 2015, it used to be 14.
Right here is some details about the Parsa constituency:
Whole different of voters: 2,61,799
Replacement of male voters: 1,39,246
Replacement of female voters: 1,21,872
Replacement of transgender voters: 0
Voter turnout in 2020: 57.59 p.c
Voter turnout in 2015: 55.31 p.c