The first part of Bihar Assembly elections will happen on October 28. There are 71 constituencies in this part the place voters will train their franchise. One of those is Chakai, a part of Jamui Lok Sabha constituency.
Top contenders in this constituency in 2020 are Sanjay Prasad from the Janata Dal (United), Savitri Devi from the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) and Sanjay Kumar Mandal from the Lok Janshakti Party (LJP). The LJP is combating this election alone and has centered its total marketing campaign on dethroning Nitish Kumar. Its chief Chirag Paswan is the Lok Sabha MP from Jamui.
According to the 2011 census, Chakai constituency has a inhabitants of 445,633 out of which 98.69% of the individuals belong to rural areas whereas the remaining 1.31% are from the city pockets. Chakai, amongst a number of different constituencies in Bihar, lies in the Naxal-affected space.
This time, the citizens power stands at 286,739 comprising 152,176 males, 134,549 ladies and 14 transgenders.
Voting for Chakai will happen on Wednesday and counting of votes and declaration of outcomes might be on November 10.
In the 2015 meeting elections, RJD’s Savitri Devi received the constituency with 47,064 votes after defeating impartial candidate Sumit Kumar Singh, who secured 34,951 votes. The LJP had secured third place. The voter share in Chakai stood at 56%.
A notable function about this constituency is that the JD(U) and RJD are instant rivals this 12 months. But in 2015, each events fought the election collectively as a part of the Mahagathbandhan and received 178 constituencies out of the full 243.
However, variations emerged between the RJD and the JD(U) and the latter ended its affiliation with the grand alliance after 20 months. It got here again to the NDA fold in 2017.
Polling for the primary part of the Bihar meeting election might be on Wednesday. The second part which has essentially the most variety of constituencies (94) will go to voting on November 3. The third and last part will witness polling in 78 constituencies on November 7. Counting of votes for all phases might be carried out on November 10 and outcomes might be declared on the identical day.