Bihar Assembly Election 2020 Live Updates: Shiv Sena has termed the Mungar shooting as a “Hindutva attack” and questioned the policy silence of BJP
Bihar Assembly Election 2020 Live Updates: Shiv Sena has termed the Mungar shooting as a “Hindutva attack” and questioned the policy silence of the Bihar governor and BJP leaders. According to Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut, “If such incidents had taken place in Maharashtra, West Bengal or Rajasthan, the governor and BJP leaders would have known about the President’s demand for rule.”
In Bihar, the turnout in the first round was 55.69 per cent yesterday, with about 2.15 crore eligible voters casting their ballots. According to the Election Commission, the turnout was higher than in the 2015 state elections and the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
Continuously working for development: Chief Minister | Continuous work is being done for the development of Bihar. We have been working towards providing employment to the youth, assuring the advancement of women and continuously increasing the living standards of the people of Bihar, said Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
See | RJD leader Tejaswi Yadav addresses election rally in support of CPI candidate in Teghra assembly constituency.
तेघड़ा विधानसभा क्षेत्र से सीपीआई उम्मीदवार के समर्थन में चुनावी सभा को संबोधित करते माननीय नेता प्रतिपक्ष श्री तेजस्वी यादव। pic.twitter.com/djrjQC26R7
— Rashtriya Janata Dal (@RJDforIndia) October 30, 2020
Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad will address a press conference at Hotel Chanakya Darbar in Patna at 4 pm.
Swift action by Bihar government: HAM chief in Munger incident Munger refused to comment on the firing incident before the results of the investigation came out. However, the Bihar government has taken swift action in this regard and is taking necessary steps. Hindustani Aom Morcha (HAM) chief Jitan Ram Manji.
See | RJD leader Tejaswi Yadav has reached the Bibhutipur assembly constituency ahead of the second phase of the 2020 Bihar elections.
विभूतिपुर विधानसभा क्षेत्र में महागठबंधन प्रत्याशी के पक्ष में चुनावी सभा करने पहुँचे तेजस्वी जी pic.twitter.com/bh5WIcFZKn
— Rashtriya Janata Dal (@RJDforIndia) October 30, 2020
DIG Manu Maharaj said the situation was now normal and police were closely monitoring the situation.
“Situation normal now, our force is deployed & we are monitoring continuously. We’ll find those who caused arson and action will be taken. What caused the man’s death (on Oct 26) is subject of probe, won’t comment on it,” says DIG Manu Maharaj on arson in Munger yesterday #Bihar https://t.co/hQicA6zArM pic.twitter.com/xFgbZMq86I
— ANI (@ANI) October 30, 2020
Modi government has given special priority to Bihar by allocating twice as much funds as UPA: Anurag Tagore | Union Minister Anurag Singh Tagore said the Modi government has given special priority to Bihar with twice as much funding and assistance as during the UPA period. Accelerating the growth of the state, the Modi government has given Bihar a total amount of Rs 1,09,642 crore in the 2014-2019 financial year, double the total amount of Rs 50,008 crore through grant-in-aid during the UPA, he said. The United Progressive Alliance (UPA) has given 119 per cent increase in the amount of funds it has given to Bihar, Thakur said.
Chief Minister Nitish Kumar reached Parbatta in Khagaria district to address a public meeting.
|Chief Minister Nitish Kumar reached Parbatta in Khagaria district|
Neeraj Yadav wrote the story of Barari development in 2015-2020, now it is time that Yadav should be given Barari command to carry forward the wind of development that he has blown: RJD
The Chief Minister will campaign across three districts Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will campaign in five constituencies across the three districts of the state today – Parbatta and Khagaria constituencies in Khagaria district, Belsand and Runi Syedpur constituencies in Sitamarhi district and Sheohar constituency – at 10 am.
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CM destroyed present, future of 2 generations: Tejashavi | CM Nitish Nitish knows that he has ruined the present and future of two generations with the collapse of education, health, industry during his 15 years rule in Bihar, so he does not talk about unemployment, jobs, factories, investment and immigration. Won’t he talk about these issues ?, RJD chief Tejaswi Yadav.
Bihar Assembly Election 2020: Nitish Kumar supports population-proportional conservation
55.69 per cent voters cast their ballots in the first phase of Bihar Assembly elections: EC
Rajnath Singh will hold 4 meetings Defense Minister Rajnath Singh will address four public meetings in Bihar today – Pirpanchi at 11:45 am, Bachhora at 12:55 pm, Kesaria at 2:25 pm and Raghopur at 3:35 pm.
In the 2015 Assembly elections, the turnout in the respective constituencies was 59.94 percent. In the 2019 Lok Sabha polls – the same assembly seats are mapped to parliamentary seats – the turnout was 53.54 percent. “So, the turnout in the first round is higher than in both the Assembly and Lok Sabha elections,” a spokesman said as the first final figures for the three-phase election were released on Thursday.
The next round of voting will take place on November 3 and the final round on November 7. A total of 71 Assembly votes were cast in 16 Bihar districts on Wednesday in the first phase with strict security and covid-19 guidelines. Of the 2.15 crore voters, 1.12 crore were men, 1.01 crore were women and 599 were considered third gender, according to the Election Commission.