Bihar Panchayt Chunav: Voting will be held in these 10 districts in the first phase- The Model Code of Conduct will be implemented after the notification of Bihar Panchayat Election is issued. During this all development works will be stopped. However, work on the tap-water scheme will continue. The code of conduct will not have any impact on this ambitious plan. According to information received from sources, elections will be held in the first phase in 12 blocks of 10 districts of Bihar. These include the blocks of Rohtas, Kaimur, Gaya, Nawada, Aurangabad, Jehanabad, Arwal, Munger, Jamui and Banka districts.
If sources are to be believed, elections will be held in 48 blocks of 32 districts in the second phase. In the third phase, voting will be conducted in 50 blocks of 33 districts. Whereas in the fourth phase, 53 blocks of 36 districts, in the fifth phase, elections will be held in 58 blocks of all 38 districts. Panchayat elections will be held in 57 blocks of 37 districts in the sixth phase. Voting for Panchayat elections in 63 blocks of 37 districts in the seventh phase, 55 blocks of 36 districts in the eighth phase, 53 blocks of 33 districts in the ninth phase, 53 blocks of 34 districts in the 10th phase and 38 blocks of 20 districts in the 11th phase. will be inserted.
Let us tell you that the first phase of polling will be held on September 24 in Bihar. After this, voting will be held on 29 September, 8 October, 20 October, 24 October, 3 November, 15 November, 24 November, 29 November, 8 December and 12 December. EVMs are also being used for the first time in the Panchayat elections to be held in Bihar.
What did the Panchayati Raj Minister say?
Bihar’s Panchayati Raj Minister Samrat Chaudhary has said that the work of tap-water scheme will not be interrupted during the code of conduct. He said that after the notification is issued by the State Election Commission, the ongoing development works in the panchayats will be stopped. During the code of conduct, there will be no work on roads, streets or other schemes in the panchayats.
Election results within 72 hours
Panchayat elections will be conducted in 11 phases in Bihar and this time the counting of votes has to be done within 72 hours of the end of polling. It is not that the counting will take place after the end of voting of all the phases, rather the results will be released within the next two days of voting.