The By-poll election is conducted today in the nine states of the country, there were waves of rumour roaming around regarding the cancellation of the 35 polling booths in the Bhandara-Gondiya constituency, but the Election Commission stated it as incorrect.
The Election Commission, however said that the severe heat conditions are interfering with the machines as till 4pm, average of 43% voting was recorded only as the biggest polling stations mark the slow pace due to the halt in the voting machines.
Today’s by-poll election in Nagaland seat which fell vacant after Neiphiu Rio resigned mark a direct war between two major parties, one backed by the BJP and another backed by Congress.
The battle continues in Bihar where CM Nitish Kumar will face with his former part member Sarfaraz Alam who quits the party after Mr Kumar joined hands with BJP last year.
The same battle goes for By-poll in Assam too, where the former CM Mukul Sangma’s party Congress challenged the National People’s Party led by the current CM Conrad Sangma.
BJP has been protecting Mriganka Singh, daughter of Hukum Singh, who died earlier and made the election necessary and PM Modi talked about the issue on Sunday while holding a public meeting at Baghpat which is closer to Kairana Constituency.