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Fourth phase voting in Bihar’s five Lok Sabha seats is 45.23 percent till late afternoon

May 13, Patna As the fourth round of the general election for five Lok Sabha seats in Bihar gets started, the Election Commission reports that 45.23 percent of voters had cast ballots as of Monday at 3 p.m.

In the Lok Sabha seats of Darbhanga, Ujiarpur, Samastipur, Begusarai, and Munger, voting is now taking place.

The highest polling percentage was 47.61 percent in Darbhanga, followed by 46.24 percent in Samastipur, 46 percent in Ujiarpur, and 43.55 percent and 42.57 percent in Munger and Begusarai, respectively.

With the exception of one instance, voting in Bihar was mostly calm.

A fight between two groups at Sri Govind High School in Manorampur Village, Munger Lok Sabha seat, resulted in four injuries.

The wounded individuals said that one group prevented them from casting a ballot.

“At voting booth number 125, there was a heated altercation between two groups. They spent one hour closing NH 80. After calming them down, we took them to the voting locations. Shashi Kumar, the Lakhisarai District Election Observer, said that everything was under control.

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