The CBDT report found the allegations to be true and charged Tej Pratap with hiding property worth over Rs 59 lakh in the affidavit filed before the district election officer.
In addition to it, the gross expenses made by the BJP's Bihar unit during the election period stood at nearly Rs 28 crore, while a total of Rs 16.5 crore was given to the party candidates.
Among the 17 districts where these 94 seats are located, the highest poll percentage of 54.89 has been recorded in Muzaffarpur.
The lowest turnout so far has been reported from Darbhanga at 26.73 per cent, followed by Patna at 28 per cent. The estimated overall turnout at 1 pm is 32.82 per cent, the poll panel data said.
Taking to Twitter, the former Congress chief said that he will be in Bihar's Korha and Kishanganj on Tuesday and will talk about issues such as 'growing unemployment'.
The JD(U) has been winning more seats than the BJP in assembly elections, but there is a view that this may change in these polls.
Tejashwi Yadav has been constantly attacking and ridiculing the Chief Minister for being "physically and mentally tired".
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Rajnath spoke at length about the sacrifices of Bihar Regiment’s brave soldiers in the stand-off with China in eastern Ladakh, the abrogation of Article 370 and Pakistan-backed terrorism.
The LJP, which has come out of NDA in Bihar, has decided to put up candidates on seats contested by the Janata Dal (United).
Earlier in the day, the BJP brass went in a huddle with former party chief Amit Shah taking stock of the political situations in Bihar along with senior leaders.
Congress 'threatens' to leave Grand Alliance if not given 'respectable' seats in upcoming Bihar polls
Pandey further added that the Congress has no objection on Tejashwi Yadav being the face of the 'mahagathbandhan' but only demands respectable number of seats.
In 2015, though the BJP won only 53 seats, the party had got the maximum share of votes polled.
RJD's 'Switch Off' mode of protest against the growing unemployment was organised in a bid to create mass sentiment in the public.
The Rashtriya Janata Dal(RJD), which has been leading the alliance failed to open its account, while the Congres being put on the second rank managed to win one seat in Kishanganj.