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Interesting Facts About Bihar Assembly Polls 2015
Interesting Facts About Phase 1 Bihar Polls
Interesting Facts About Phase 2 Bihar Polls
Interesting Facts About Phase 4 Bihar Polls
Interesting Facts About Phase 5 Bihar Polls

Bihar Third Phase Election Highlights:

 
  1. # : 41% voters turnout till 2 pm
  2. # : 33.88% voters turnout till 1 pm
  3. # : 26.94 % voters turnout till 12 noon
  4. : 20.72 % voters turnout till 11 AM
  5. : 14.09% voters turnout till 10am
  6. #BiharPolls : 12 % voters turnout till 9:30 am
  7. #BiharPolls : 9.12 % voters turnout till 9:00 am
  8. #BiharPolls : 5.5 % voters turnout till 8:00 am 

Bihar Third Phase Election Voting % District Wise:(Till 2 PM)

  1. Saran 43.16%
  2. Vaishali 42.22%
  3. Nalanda 38.55%
  4. Patna 34.34%
  5. Bhojpur 42.60%
  6. Buxar 45.68%
RePoll
AC (PS) 2:00 PM
161- Banka (PS-131) 60.45
243 - Chakai (PS-188) 75.00

In the third phase of the Bihar assembly elections, 215 out of the 808 candidates contesting have declared pending criminal cases against them.

162 (20%) candidates have declared serious criminal cases including cases related to murder, attempt to murder, communal disharmony, kidnapping, crimes against women etc says a report prepared by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

In total, 5 candidates of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), 3 of Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Liberation (CPI (ML)(L)), 2 candidates of Janata Dal (United) (JD(U)), 2 fielded by Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), 2 candidates of Communist Party of India (CPI), 1 candidate of Samajwadi Party (SP), 1 candidate of Garib Janata (Secular), 1 candidate fielded by Jan Adhikar Party(Loktantrik) (JAP(L)), 1 candidate of Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI(M)), 1 fielded by Shiv Sena (SHS), 1 candidate of Samras Samaj Party, 1 candidate of BSP, 1 candidate of Suheldev Bhartiya Samaj Party and 9 Independent candidates have declared cases related to murder in their affidavits. 

Candidates with declared cases related to murder in their affidavits.
Party No. of Candidates
BJP 5
CPI (ML) L 3
JDU 2
RJD 2
CPI 2
SP 1
Garib Janata (Secular) 1
JAP(L) 1
CPI(M) 1
Shiv Sena 1
Samras Samaj Party 1
Suheldev Bhartiya Samaj Party 1
BSP 1
Independent 9

20 OCT GRAPH

Candidates with cases related to attempt to murder:57 candidates have declared cases of attempt to murder (IPC Section-307). Visheshwar Ojha of the BJP from Shahpur constituency has declared 10 charges related to attempt to murder.

Anant Kumar Singh, an Independent candidate from Mokama constituency and Rajeev Ranjan Singh of the Samras Samaj Party from Digha constituency have each declared 6 charges related to attempt to murder in their respective affidavits.

Pradeep Kumar, a candidate fielded by the BSP from Dumraon constituency, and Lalan Singh, JAP(L) candidate from Mokama constituency, have each declared 5 charges related to attempt to murder against themselves.

In total, 4 candidates of BJP, 7 of CPI (ML)(L), 6 candidates of JD(U), 2 candidates fielded by RJD, 2 candiate of the Indian National Congress (INC), 1 candidates of CPI, 4 candidate of SP, 2 candidate of Lok Janshakti Party (LJP), 2 candidate fielded by JAP(L), 1 candidate of CPI(M), 1 fielded by Rashtriya Jankranti Party, 1 candidate of Samras Samaj Party, 2 candiate of BSP, 1 candidate of Suheldev Bhartiya Samaj Party, 1 of Bahujan Mukti Party and 20 Independent candidates have declared cases related to murder in their affidavits.

Candidates with cases related to crimes against women: 12 candidates have declared cases related to crimes against women. 1 candidate fielded by BSP, 1 by JAP(L), 1 by Garib Janata Dal (Secular), 1 candiate of Lokpriya Samaj Party and 1 candidate of Bahujan Mukti Party have each declared offence related to assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty (IPC Section-354). 1 candiate of Aarakshan Virodhi party, 1 fielded by CPI, 1 candiate of Rashtriya Jankranti Party, 1 of SHS and 1 Independent candidate have each declared charge related to Husband or relative of husband of a woman subjecting her to cruelty (IPC Section-498A).

Candidates with cases related to causing communal disharmony:4 candidates have declared cases relating to causing communal disharmony. While Vinod Kumar, an Independent candidate from Mahua constituency, has declared 1 charge related to deliberate and malicious acts, intended to outrage religious feelings or any class by insulting its religion or religious beliefs (IPC Section-295A) and 1 offence related to promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, race, place of birth, residence, language, etc., and doing acts prejudicial to maintenance of harmony (IPC Section-153A), all other candidates have declared 1 charge each related to promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, race, place of birth, residence, language, etc., and doing acts prejudicial to maintenance of harmony (IPC Section-153A) .

Candidates with cases related to robbery and dacoity: 13 candidates have declared cases related to robbery and dacoity. Anant Kumar Singh, an Independent candidate from Mokama constituency, Ajay Kumar, an Independent candidate from Kumhrarh constituency, Manoj Kumar of JD(U) from Barh constituency along with Anjani Kumar Sinha, an Independent candidate from Mokama constituency have each declared 2 charges related to making preparation to commit dacoity (IPC Section-399) and assembling for purpose of committing dacoity (IPC Section - 402).

Candidates with cases related to kidnapping:13 candidates have declared cases related to Kidnapping. Anant Kumar Singh, an Independent candidate from Mokama constituency, has disclosed 2 charges relating to kidnapping or abducting in order to murder (IPC Section-364) against himself. Party wise candidates with criminal cases: 21 (62%) out of 34 candidates from BJP, 7 (37%) out of 19 candidates from CPI, 9 (19%) out of 47 candidates from BSP, 10 (56%) out of 18 candidates fielded by JD(U), 12 (39%) out of 31 candidates from SP, 17 (68%) out of 25 candidates of RJD, 3 (43%) out of 7 candidates fielded by INC, 4 (40%) out of 10 candidates of LJP along with 13 (48%) out of 27 candidates of the CPI(ML) (L) and 62 (22%) out of 276 Independent candidates have declared criminal cases against themselves in their affidavits.

Party wise Candidates with serious criminal cases:11 (32%) out of 34 candidates from BJP, 6 (32%) out of 19 candidates from CPI, 8 (17%) out of 47 candidates from BSP, 8 (44%) out of 18 candidates fielded by JD(U), 10 (32%) out of 31 candidates from SP, 16 (64%) out of 25 candidates of RJD, 2 (29%) out of 7 candidates fielded by INC, 3 (30%) out of 10 candidates of LJP along with 9 (33%) out of 27 candidates of the CPI(ML) (L) and 46 (17%) out of 276 Independent candidates have declared serious criminal cases against themselves in their affidavits.

41 constituencies in the third phase of Bihar assembly elections have 3 or more candidates with declared criminal cases. Mokama and Digha constituencies with 9 candidates have the highest number of candidates who have self-declared criminal cases against themselves.(Red Alert Constituencies are those which have 3 or more candidates with criminal cases contesting elections.)

Party wise Candidates with serious criminal cases
Party No. of Candidates
BJP 11
LJP 3
JDU 8
RJD 16
CPI 6
CPI(ML) (L) 9
BSP 8
INC 2
Independent 46

20 OCT GRAPH 1

Party wise crorepati candidates:26 (76%) out of 34 fielded by BJP, 13 (28%) out of 47 candidates of BSP, 13 (72%) out of 18 candidates fromJD(U), 5 (71%) out of 7 candidates from INC, 20 (80%) out of 25 candidates from RJD, 16 (52%) out of 31 candidates fielded by SP, 13 (54%) out of 24 candidates of JAP(L), 7 (70%) out of 10 candidates of LJP and 52 (19%) out of 276 Independent candidates have declared assets worth more than Rs. 1 crore. The average of assets per candidate contesting in the third phase of Bihar assembly elections is Rs 2.40 crores. Party wise average assets: Among major parties, the average assets per candidate for 34 BJP candidates is Rs 2.06 crores, 47 BSP candidates have average assets of Rs 2.21 crores, 18 JD(U) candidates have average assets worth of Rs 2.43 crores, 7 INC candidates have average assets worth Rs 5.88 crores, 25 RJD candidates have average assets worth of Rs 4.66 crores, average assets of 31 SP candidates are Rs 1.59 crores, 24 JAP(L) candidates have average assets of Rs 2.13 crores, average assets of 10 LJP candidates are Rs 2.62 crores and 276 Independent candidates have average assets of Rs. 4.59 crores.

Party wise crorepati candidates
Party No. of Candidates
BJP 26
LJP 7
JDU 13
RJD 20
SP 16
JAP(L) 13
BSP 13
INC 5
Independent 52

20 OCT GRAPH 2

Low asset candidates: 2 candidates out of all the 808 candidates, Yugeshwar Manjhi, an Independent candidate from Asthawan constituency and Kumar Rajiv, another Independent candidate from Fatwah constituency, have declared zero assets in their affidavits. 

Some other details

S. No. Item Number of Assembly
Constituencies going on poll=50
1 Total Electors General Elector- 14550062
a)      Male –                7848207
b)      Female-              6701274
c)      Others -                      581
Service Elector -                   35115
d)      Male –                      23007
e)      Female-                     12108
f)        Others:                            0  
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               Total  -              14585177
2 Total number of Candidates 808
3 Total Number of Female candidates 71
4 No. and Name of the Assembly Constituency with maximum No. of  Candidates One AC- 183-Kumhrar of Patna District
5 No. & Name of the Assembly Constituency with  minimum number of Candidates  One AC – 195 Agiaon (SC) of Bhojpur district
6 No. & Name of the Assembly constituency where more than one women candidate 19 ACs ( 120-Amnour, 212-Parsa, 129-Mahnar, 130-Patepur(SC), 173-Rajgir (SC), 174-Islampur, 175-Hilsa, 176-Nalanda, 179-Barh, 181-Digha, 182-Bankipur, 183-Kumhrar, 184-Patna Sahib, 186-Danapur, 187-Maner, 188-Phulwari(SC), 189-Masaurhi(SC), 193-Barhara & 200-Buxar)
BJP 34
BSP 47
CPI 19
CPM 7
7 Party-wise list of candidates: INC 7
JD (U) 18
NCP 2
RJD 25
LJP 10
RLSP 2
Registered Political Parties (other then recognized National and State) 354
Independents 283
Total 808
8 Largest Assembly constituency 181-Digha of Patna District
Electorate wise
9 Largest Assembly Constituency Area Wise 202-Rajpur(SC)
10 Smallest Assembly constituency Electorate wise
120-Amnour of Saran District
11 Smallest Assembly constituency Area wise 182-Bankipur of Patna District
12 Number  of Total Polling Stations 14170
13 Number of EVMs to be used in the elections Control Units -  14170
Ballot Units -   20812
src: pib

Muslim factor in Bihar Assembly Elections:-

There is a possibility that Bihar may get 50 Muslim MLAs in the ensuing assembly elections. This could be candidates having Muslim identity, irrespective of the political affiliations.
There are 24 assembly segments where Muslims have upper hand in Bihar. These are in the Seemanchal region, bordering Bangladesh and Nepal.

Muslims have a decisive role to play in each of the six assembly segments of Kishanganj, Katihar, Araria and Purnia districts of Bihar.

Kishanganj has 78 per cent Muslim population, Katihar 43, Araria 41 and Purnia 37 percent. So, it is certain that 24 Muslim candidates may emerge victories from Seemanchal region.

Besides, there are three other districts where Muslims are in a sizable percentage in Bihar. In Darbhanga Muslims are 23 per cent, in Sitamarhi 21 percent and in West Champran 21 percent.
Muslim candidates can turn the table in their favor in most of these constituencies if they align with likeminded caste based parties.

So if we add these 18 assembly segments with 24 Seemanchal seats, Muslims can pocket 42 MLAS from these seven districts alone.

In eastern Champran Muslims are 19 per cent, Bhagalpur 19 percent, Madhubani 19 per cent and Siwan 18 per cent.

There is possibility of a Muslim candidate winning a few seats from these 24 assembly segments. This can happen increasing the net of the likeminded caste based parties.

BJP reworks poll strategy after two phases

An assessment of the voting pattern for 81 seats that went to polls in the first two phases has made the BJP rework its strategy for the remaining three phases of the Bihar assembly elections. Instead of wooing the Yadavs, who appear to be mostly rallying behind the Grand Alliance (GA), the BJP is now focussing on leaders of Dalit groups and the scattered vote bank of the extremely backward castes (EBCs) in its ranks and among its allies. The campaigns will also see a touch of women power now.

The Dalits and EBCs – often called the silent voters – account for almost 50% of the voters in Bihar, and they can tip the scale in the remaining 162 seats where the stakes are high for both the BJP-led NDA and GA.

In the first two phases, women outnumbered men to record an average 58.5% turnout. Women, who are 47% of the total electorate, are believed to have voted for improved law and order during the Nitish Kumar regime, eight years of which were in alliance with the BJP.

“Our party is convinced that Yadavs are solidly behind GA and so there is no point wasting time on them,” said a senior party leader, seeking anonymity. The NDA, though, has more than 20 Yadav candidates (out of 28 it has fielded) to fall back upon in the remaining three phases on October 28, November 1 and 5.

Besides, to woo women voters, the BJP has decided to increase the campaign frequency of leaders such as Sushma Swaraj and Smriti Irani and also plans to rope in Rajasthan CM Vasundhara Raje Scindia for the remaining phases.

Meanwhile, both groups claim to have secured an edge in the last two phases of voting. “The NDA has a lead of 50-55 seats at the end of the second round. I thank the women who voted against increasing crime, incidents of rape, Lalu’s jungle raj and Nitish Kumar’s drive to open liquor shops in every by-lane,” said former deputy CM and senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi.

“We are going to get at least 22 out of the 32 seats in the second phase,” said BJP national spokesperson Shahnawaz Hussain.

The GA is equally buoyant, particularly after BJP’s assessment suggesting GA was ahead on the 49 seats of first phase. “At least 65 (of 81) seats is sure. Our assessment is based on the turnout of the poor, Dalits, minorities and women. It’s a vote against the false promises made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi,” said Pragati Mehta, RJD spokesperson.

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