Patna: In the second phase of Bihar assembly elections, voting has started in 94 seats in 17 districts today. In the second phase, two crore 86 lakh 11 thousand 164 voters in 17 districts are choosing their representatives from 1,463 candidates at 41,362 polling stations. In such a phase, there is a direct contest between the NDA and the Grand Alliance in 64 assembly constituencies. Today, the RJD leader who has contested from Hasanpur seat has voted in Patna. After the vote, he said, 'The people of Bihar want change.'
Apart from this, he urged the people of Bihar, 'People should come out of the house in maximum numbers and vote. Victory is confirmed in Hasanpur. Claimed to win more than 50 thousand votes. ' At the same booth, Tejashwi Yadav, a RJD leader and the chief minister of the Grand Alliance, along with his mother and former Chief Minister Rabri Devi came to vote at a booth in Patna. Speaking to the media during this time, Rabri Devi said, 'Ganges flows in Patna and this time the Ganges of change will flow in Bihar.' Along with this, she also said that 'Bihar needs change'.
According to the information received, 4 percent voting has been done in all the seats in Patna. Before the vote, BJP national president J.P. Nadda said- 'First voting, then refreshment." The people of Bihar are going to vote in the second phase for their bright future today. There is an appeal to all voters that they should make their contribution in this festival of democracy by adhering with Corona norms and ensuring their public participation.'