The Masaurhi (SC) Vidhan Sabha constituency falls in the Patna district of Bihar. Voting in Nalwa for the Bihar Assembly Elections 2020 will take place on October 28. The seat is reserved for Schedule Caste. The Election Commission of India (ECI) on September 25 announced the election schedule for Haryana. Voting for the Masaurhi (SC) election will take place on October 28 in the first phase of Bihar Assembly Elections 2020. Counting of votes for the Bihar polls will take place on November 10.
Polling for the 243-member Bihar assembly will be held in three phases. The voting for the first phase of assembly elections in Bihar will take place on October 28 in 71 constituencies. Here is the complete schedule of Phase 1 of Bihar Assembly Elections 2020. Bihar Assembly Elections 2020 Dates And Schedule: Voting in 3 Phases on October 28, November 3 and 7, Poll Results on Nov 10.
|Last Date For Filing Nomination||October 8|
|Scrutiny of Nominations||October 9|
|Last date for Nomination Withdrawal||October 12|
|Voting Date||October 28|
|Result Date||November 10|
The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) has fielded sitting MLA Rekha devi Singh from the Masaurhi (SC) Assembly Constituency, while Nutan Paswan is contesting on Janata Dal-United (JDU) ticket. The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) has given ticket to Raj Kumar Ram. In 2015, Devi had won the election on RJD’s ticket defeating Hindustan Awam Morcha’s Paswan.
The Bihar Assembly elections 2020 is the first major polling exercise since the outbreak of COVID-19 in India. The BJP is contesting 243-seat assembly elections in alliance with Nitish Kumar's Janata Dal-United (JDU) as part of 50:50 seat division formula. The saffron party will contest on 121 seats, while the JDU will field its candidates on 122 seats. Notably, the JDU will accommodate seven candidates of Jitan Ram Manjhi's HAM(S). Bihar Assembly Elections 2020 Schedule to be Announced; Here's A Look at 2015 Poll Results And Current Strength of JD(U), RJD, BJP and Congress.
The Congress, a part of the Mahagathbandhan alliance in Bihar, is contesting on 70 out of the 243 seats. As per the seat-sharing pact finalised, the RJD would be fielding its candidates on 144 constituencies, and the Left Front comprising of CPI, CPI(M) and CPI-ML would be fielding their candidates in 29 assembly seats. The term of Bihar assembly will end on November 29.