Over 1.04 crore electorate would exercise their franchise in 9,840 polling stations in the seven constituencies
Syed Shahnawaz Hussain, BJP
Abu Kaiser, JD(U)
Shailesh Kumar, RJD
Tariq Anwar, NCP
Nikhil Kumar Chaudhary, BJP
Campaigning came to an end in seven Lok Sabha constituencies in Bihar today, including in high- profile
would test acceptability of Narendra Modi by the minority. Bhagalpur
Supual, Araria, Kisanganj, Katihar, Purnia and Banka besides
constituencies, spread over eight districts will go to the hustings in the
third phase of polling in the state on April 24. Bhagalpur
- Illegal Bangladeshi migrants
- Kosi flooding
- Crime & Corruption
- Modi wave and Communal polarization
- Infrastructure woes
The seven parliamentary constituencies are located in Seemanchal areas of Bihar bordering with
Bangladesh and . Nepal
BJP's Shahnawaz Hussain, NCP general secretary Tariq Anwar and former Union minister and RJD leader Md Taslimuddin are among the prominent candidates whose fate will be decided in this round of polls in
Over 1.04 crore electorate would exercise their franchise in 9,840 polling stations in the seven constituencies.
Repoll will also be held on Thursday for the assembly segments of Baisi in Purnea and Kochadhaman in Kisanganj.
Like the previous phases, this one too saw BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi addressing rallies at Katihar and Supual.
BJP president Rajnath Singh made a whirlwind tour of four constituencies of
, Araria, Supual and Purnia. Bhagalpur
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi visited
Bihar for the second time
to address an election meeting at minority-dominated Kisanganj in favour of
party candidate Maulana Asrarul Haque.
sitting BJP MP
Hussain is facing triangular contest with Abu Kaiser of JD(U) and Bullo Mandal
of RJD. Bhagalpur