Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Prasad Yadav of the RJD, while participating in the debate earlier in the day, said that the NDA emerged victorious by getting only 12,270 votes and 16 seats more than what the Grand Alliance secured. Yadav also said that the JD(U) headed by Kumar finished a poor third in the election even after contesting as a partner of the worlds largest party (BJP).
Kumar, who chose not to react when the 31-year-old RJD leader made a series of personal attacks and allegations in his nearly an hour-long speecha, erupted in anger when the latter sought to interject during a statement made by JD(U) leader and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Vijay Kumar Chaudhary.
Sinha, who was the candidate of the ruling NDA, got 126 votes as against 114 polled in favour of RJDs Awadh Bihari Chaudhary who was fielded by the opposition Grand Alliance. The Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Deputy Chief Ministers- Tar Kishor Prasad and Renu Devi- and opposition leader Tejashwi Yadav escorted Sinha to the Speakers chair.
Four states and a union territory are going to polls this time from March 27 to April 29
It is important to reach the correct polling booth of your constituency in order to cast your vote.
Exit polls gives a broad trend and a sense of direction as to where the mood of the nation is heading.
An EVM comprises of a control unit which is placed with the polling officer and a balloting unit which is placed inside the voting compartment.
The VVPAT provides an additional visual verification in the form of paper slip to the voter so he can ensure that his vote has been correctly recorded for the candidate of his choice.
Answers to queries such as how to register, search name in voters list, enroll as an NRI voter and FAQs are available on ECI website https://eci.gov.in/
The main objective of the ‘NOTA’ option is to enable electors who do not wish to vote for any of the candidates to exercise their right to reject without violation of the secrecy of their decision.
A voter ID card is issued by the Election Commission, and is also known as Electoral Photo ID Card or EPIC.
Even if you do not have a voter ID card, it is imperative that youre registered as a voter, and your name appears on the electoral rolls.
The right to vote comes under the Citizenship Act which grants them protection under the 15th Amendment.
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