Bihar assembly election 2020- CM Nitish Kumar retires from electoral politics on the last day of election campaign- 'This is my last election'

Purnia Bihar Assembly Elections 2020 (Bihar Election Thursday) is the last day of campaigning for the third and last phase of voting. On the last day of campaigning, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar made a big announcement. In Purnia, Nitish Kumar made a passionate appeal to bless the public and said that this election is my last election, all is well, the end is good.

Addressing the election rally, Nitish said, “Today is the last day of the election and the day after is the election, this is my last election. All is well. Now you tell me whether you will vote or not. Raise your hand.”

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Please tell that Nitish Kumar contested his first election in the year 1977. He contested from Harnaut in Nalanda. Nitish Kumar contested four times from here. In which he lost in 1977 and 1980, while in the elections of 1985 and 1995, Nitish Kumar had won.

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Thursday is the last day of campaigning for 78 seats in 15 districts for the third phase of Bihar assembly elections. In such a situation, all political parties have given full strength to their candidates.


Nitish Kumar (File photo)


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