The dream of contesting the assembly elections of seven candidates in the Buxar Assembly Seat was already lost. After the process of nomination under the First Phase Election was completed, the candidates who filed their nominations on Friday were canceled in the Scrutiny of a total of seven more than half a dozen candidates. Thus, only 16 candidates have survived in the field. These include Parshuram Chaturvedi of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) from the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and Sanjay Kumar Tiwary of the Indian National Congress (Congress) from the Mahagathbandhan (Mahagathbandhan) aka Munna Tiwary.
Elections have already taken place before the rivalry of the arena
The nominees who were rejected in Scrutiny included Dhruv Singh from Janata Party UDS, Visvesher Pandey from NCP, Sanjay Rai from The Plurals Party, Sunil Kumar Jaiswal from Rashtriya Janashakti Party, and three Independents from Dilip Kumar Pandey, Bharti Kumari Pandey, and Bechu Ram. Names are included. They got upset even before the rivalry of the election arena started.
16 candidates left in Buxar’s election ground
Assembly Election Officer cum Sadar Sub-Divisional Officer Krishna Kumar Upadhyay said that after seven people’s nomination was canceled, 16 candidates now remain in the fray. These include Parshuram Chaturvedi from Bharatiya Janata Party, Sanjay Kumar Tiwari alias Munna Tiwari from Indian National Congress, Nirmal Kumar Singh from Rashtriya Lok Samata Party, Ashwini Kumar Rai from Hindu Samaj Party, Tafsir Hussain from Hindustan Vikas Dal, Ramnath Thakur from Bharatiya Sabaleg Party and Independent candidates including Sanjay Kumar Choubey from Bharatiya Janjan Party include Arun Kumar Ojha, Rajaram Singh, Kamal Narayan Yadav, Shatrughan Sinha, Bhim Prasad, Govardhan Mishra, Sudhakar Mishra, Akash Kumar Singh, and Ravi Raj.