The incident took place when onions were thrown at Chief Minister Nitish Kumar during a public meeting held in Harkhali area of Madhubani. While the Chief Minister was talking about jobs, an unknown person from the crowd threw onions at him. On this, Nitish Kumar expressed his displeasure from the stage. “Throw a lot, keep throwing, it won’t make any difference,” he said. Even after the onlooker caught the person throwing onions towards Nitish Kumar, the Chief Minister requested the crowd to release him, saying, “Let him go, there is no need to pay attention to him.”
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In Bihar, meanwhile, the first phase of polling was held on October 28 and the second phase on November 3. The third and final round of voting will take place on October 23. The second phase on Tuesday covered 94 constituencies in 17 districts of the state. About 54% polling was completed by 6.00 pm. The remaining third phase now covers 78 constituencies in 15 districts. The results of this assembly election will be announced on November 10.
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