Bihar elections: Till noon, 55 constituencies record 35.68 percent voting in Phase 4

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Patna: As polling progressed in a fourth proviso of a Assembly elections in Bihar, a audience increasing to over 35 percent compartment noon on Sunday. Additional Chief Electoral Officer R Lakshamanan pronounced that 35.68 percent audience had been reported from a 55 constituencies in a 7 districts compartment that time.

Voting is in swell in a pacific sourroundings solely an occurrence of strife between dual groups of opposition possibilities during polling hire series 50 of Sheohar Assembly chair due to that polling was hampered for about half an hour.

Lakshmanan pronounced “polling during counter series 50 of Sheohar resumed a small after after a incident. 253 votes have been expel during this polling hire compartment 12.15 pm.”

As per hourly EC bulletin, West Champaran available 40.03 percent polling, East Champaran 37.84 percent, Sheohar 32.09 percent, Sitamarhi 31.33 percent, Muzaffarpur 36.97 percent, Gopalganj 35.58 percent and Siwan 31.24 percent.

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West Champaran district available a limit audience of 40.03 per cent while Siwan available a lowest audience of 31.24 percent compartment 9 am.

Union Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh, who represents Purbi Champran Lok Sabha constituency, exercised his authorization during polling hire series 101 located during Government Sanskrit High School that falls in Motihari Assembly constituency.

Raxaul Sub-Divisional Officer (SDO) Sri Prakash pronounced a homeguard Mahadev Prasad died of heart conflict final night when he reached a polling hire in Purandara panchayat in East Champaran district.

People of Maharani Bhopat panchayat boycotted a check for miss of energy accessibility during polling stations 74 and 77 of Kalyanpur Assembly subdivision in East Champaran district. Polling is being hold from 7 am to 5 pm in 43 Assembly constituencies, while it has been condensed by one hour in 8 seats compartment 4 pm, and voting would finish during 3 PM in 4 seats, pronounced Additional Chief Electoral Officer R Lakshamanan.