PATNA: An impartial candidate contesting from the Benipatti seat in Bihar’s Madhubani district has misplaced his life to COVID 19, ten days after contracting the an infection. Niraj Kumar Jha, 45, breathed his final on the ultimate day of polling in Bihar on Saturday.
In accordance with official sources, Jha was contesting as an impartial candidate. He had been admitted to Patna’s AIIMS after he developed respiratory issues when he was in house quarantine in Madhubani.
The information of Jha’s loss of life reached the constituency as polling was underway within the third part for the remaining 78 meeting constituencies in Bihar.
Jha was diabetic. He was supposedly contaminated on the day of his nomination however continued campaigning dismissing the ailment as a seasonal one.
He had began his political profession as a pupil chief and have become lively in native state politics after passing his matric examination in 1983.
He went on to finish his post-graduation and served because the Nationwide Pupil Union of India district president from 1992 to 93.
From 2004 to 2008, he was the district president of the Madhubani youth Congress.
When he did not get a ticket from any occasion together with the Congress occasion and JDU, he jumped into the fray as an impartial.
The primary part of the Bihar elections that noticed polling in 71 seats passed off on October 28 by which practically 54% voting was recorded, whereas the second part noticed 94 seats go to the polls on November three and document near 55 per cent voting.