1st Phase of Bihar voting begins on 11th April
44 Candidates in the fray for 4 Lok Sabha seats 7,486 polling stations set up for smooth conduct of elections
Bihar goes to polls in 1st Phase of General Elections-2019. Four Parliamentary Constituencies (PCs) of Aurangabad, Gaya, Nawada and Jamui will vote on 11th April. Thirty-six more Lok Sabha seats will be contested in 6 more Phases.
7440324 voters are eligible to vote in Phase 1, with 3894024 males, 3546001 females and 299 voters in Third Gender category.
44 candidates will contest for 4 Lok Sabha seats in Phase 1 elections through 7,486 Polling Stations.
The Notification for elections was issued on 18th March. For Phase 1 polls, the last date of filing nominations was 25th March, scrutiny of nominations took place on 26th March while the last date for withdrawal of candidates was 28th March.
Bihar holds a unique feature among the Parliamentary Constituencies with 100% voters having Electoral Picture Identity Card (EPIC).