Bihar Assembly Elections: 35 lakh silent voters will be game changer to change arithmetic of power

Barring women voters among the four categories of voters who have been voted by the Election Commission this time, the rest are allegedly ‘Chupa voters’ (silent voters). The figures may seem small at the local level, but their total number may change the mathematics of political parties in the state. The total number of these silent voters has been 35.89 lakhs. These include 1303543 voters above 80 years of age, 683266 Divyang and 16.03 lakh migrant labor voters who have returned home from different parts of the country due to lockdown.

Usually, this new pressure group is being overshadowed by groups claiming different types based on their small numbers. Earlier people of this class could not vote at all. Most of the elderly voters were unable to vote to avoid the hassle of reaching the polling booth, standing in the queue, but this time, the Election Commission has issued an order to send Form 23D to the house of all those elderly voters, which the ballot You will be able to participate in voting on paper from your home.

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The same facility has also been given to Divyang voters of the state. If we add the same number of these two, then their total count in the province rises to more than 19 lakhs. Where the results of the assembly elections are affected by some votes, their numbers are also quite good in the districts and they can make and spoil the wind of any candidate.

The enthusiasm of migrant voters is double
There are also 16.3 lakh voters of the state in the category of Chupa voters who live outside the state due to business. Due to the nationwide lockdown, they have come to their homes this time. When the Election Commission campaigned to include the names of these migrants in the voter list, it was found that there are a total of 14 lakh expatriates who are already in the voter list, only 2.03 lakh migrants who did not become voters. They have also been made voters during the campaign. Now their total number has increased to 16.03 lakhs. The enthusiasm of these voters who are unable to vote due to being out in connection with the work business is double this time. Taking advantage of being at home, they will vote with double enthusiasm and influence the mathematics of the parties.

District wise elderly voters above 80 years
West Champaran 28229, East Champaran 45830, Shivhar 4759, Sitamarhi 65300, Madhubani 73265, Supaul 24098, Araria 34458, Kishanganj 21286, Purnia 30764, Katihar 29287, Madhepura 16149, Saharsa 15168, Darbhanga 62724, Muzaffarganj, 440284284 Saran 57614, Vaishali 65429, Samastipur 45394, Begusarai 33440, Khagadia 20454, Bhagalpur 36713, Banka 34119, Munger 15599, Lakhisarai 15518, Sheikhpura 6682, Nawada 50353, Patna 88631, Bhojpur 38393, Buxar 17646, Kaimur 22865. , Jehanabad 16440, Aurangabad 34237, Gaya 40051, Nawada 35820 and Jamui 19400


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