Code of Conduct implemented in Bihar, CM Nitish and Deputy CM Modi returned government vehicles

Sep 25 2020 04:52 PM
Code of Conduct implemented in Bihar, CM Nitish and Deputy CM Modi returned government vehicles

Patna: The election code of conduct has come into force in Bihar as soon as the dates of Bihar assembly elections are announced. After which, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi have returned their official vehicles. Now Nitish Kumar and Sushil Kumar Modi will travel from their personal vehicles.

Sushil Kumar Modi himself has given information in this regard by tweeting. After the announcement of the election, Sushil Modi said that BJP and NDA are fully prepared for this election. Those who wanted to postpone the elections are forced to welcome it. Will request to vote based on the face of the PM and CM and the work of the Center and the state. The Election Commission has announced the dates for the Bihar assembly elections.

Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora said that there will be three-phase voting in Bihar. On October 28, the first phase of voting will take place in Bihar. The nomination process will be started on October 1. Voting for the second phase will take place on November 3. Voting for the third phase will take place on 7 November. Elections will be held in 71 seats in the first phase, 94 in the second phase, 78 seats in the third phase. The result will be declared by counting votes on 10 November.

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