A voter turnout of 52.24% was recorded till 5 PM in Bihar election surveys on Wednesday, the Election Commission said in its temporary information. Surveying was held 71 electorate constituencies in the midst of tight security and COVID-19 rules set up.
In the 2015 surveys, the turnout in the stage one was 54.94 percent. In the 2019 Lok Sabha surveys, the relating turnout was 53.54 percent, Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora said at the survey board preparation in New Delhi. A sum of 71 electorate bodies of Bihar went for surveys on Wednesday. The surveying started at 7 am and finished at 6 pm.
Yesterday, hitting the battle field, Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi denounced PM Modi and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar of not doing what’s needed for the advancement of the state.
“For the most part, on Dussehra, Ravana’s representations are scorched, yet this year in Punjab, effigies of PM Modi, Ambani and Adani were seen burning. What is the explanation for this? It’s a major thing and a tragic thing that it is occurring with the Prime Minister of India. Bihar doesn’t have satisfactory positions, offices, and its not your shortcoming. This is the deficiency of your central priest and executive,” said Rahul tending to a convention in Pashchim Champaran.
Then, Prime Minister Narendra Modi attacked the resistance RJD in Bihar, calling its boss clerical competitor Tejashwi Yadav the “yuvraaj” (crown ruler) of “jungle raj” and assaulting him over the guarantee of 10 lakh government occupations. He forewarned individuals against the one-two punch Bihar could confront if those liable for having turned the state “beemar” (debilitated) were casted a ballot to control in the midst of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Tending to a convention in Patna, he stated: “In this troublesome season of pandemic, Bihar needs to keep up a steady government . An administration that will guarantee advancement and great administration.”
Prior in discrete energizes in Darbangha, Muzzafarpur, PM Modi conjured Ayodhya’s Ram Temple and focused on Mahagatbandhan’s ‘jungle raaj’.