Bihar Assembly Elections 2015: Know all about 4th phase polls

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Patna, Oct 29: After successfully holding three phases of assembly elections on Oct 12, Oct 16 and Oct 28, Bihar is all set to witness the high-voltage fourth phase of the staggered polls on Sunday, Nov 1.

As part of electrifying election campaigns, PM Narendra Modi is set to hold four rallies ahead of the fourth phase polls. The main contest is between the Bharatiya Janata Party-led National Democratic Alliance and the grand alliance of Janata Dal-United, Rashtriya Janata Dal and the Congress. [Live Updates: Bihar 4th Phase Polls]

[Bihar Assembly Elections 2015: Full Coverage]

Bihar 4th Phase Polls

Let's take a look at the statistics of the fourth phase polls:

Total Candidates: 776 [Criminal candidates: 253 (33%)]

[Bihar 4th phase polls: 253 candidates face pending criminal cases]

Districts (7) - East Champaran, Gopalganj, Muzaffarpur, Sheohar, Sitamarhi, Siwan and West Champaran

[Bihar 4th phase polls: Richest candidate worth Rs 22 crore, lowest worth Rs 2,000]

Constituencies: 55

  1. Valmiki Nagar
  2. Ramnagar
  3. Narkatiaganj
  4. Bagaha
  5. Lauriya
  6. Nautan
  7. Chanpatia
  8. Bettiah
  9. Sikta
  10. Raxaul
  11. Sugauli
  12. Narkatia
  13. Harsidhi
  14. Govindganj
  15. Kesaria
  16. Kalyanpur
  17. Pipra
  18. Madhuban
  19. Motihari
  20. Chiraia
  21. Dhaka
  22. Sheohar
  23. Sitamarhi
  24. Riga
  25. Bathnaha
  26. Parihar
  27. Sursand
  28. Bajpatti
  29. Sitamarhi
  30. Runisaidpur
  31. Belsand
  32. Gaighat
  33. Aurai
  34. Minapur
  35. Bochaha
  36. Sakra
  37. Kurhani
  38. Kanti
  39. Barura
  40. Paroo
  41. Sahebganj
  42. Baikunthpur
  43. Barauli
  44. Gopalganj
  45. Kuchaikote
  46. Bhorey
  47. Hathua
  48. Siwan
  49. Ziradei
  50. Darauli
  51. Raghunathpur
  52. Daraundha
  53. Barharia
  54. Goriyakothi
  55. Maharajganj

Red Alert Constituencies: 48

Polling Time:

7 am to 5 am in 43 constituencies

7 am to 4 pm in 8 constituencies

7 am to 3 pm in 4 constituencies

Results: The counting of votes will be held on Sunday, November 8.

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