In the first phase, voting will be conducted for 71 seats on October 28, the second phase for 94 seats will be on November 3, and the final one for 78 seats will be held on November 10.
Owaisi said the government should focus on issues such as education, employment and health rather than the CAA and the NRC.
State minister Sanjay Kumar Jha hit back at Yadav, saying the chief minister is at least not a "Class 9 fail like him".
The JD(U) MLA from Babubarhi assembly constituency was admitted to the hospital on October 1 after he tested positive for the disease.
Verma, after being named in the scandal, was removed as the women and child development minister in the Nitish Kumar-led NDA government in Bihar and expelled from JD(U)
Bihar's Robinhood Pandey, as he is nicknamed, however, seemed undaunted by the party's decision as he asked his well-wishers to be patient.
Gupteshwar Pandey however, insisted that he had walked down to the state headquarters of the JD(U), headed by thw Chief Minister, to "thank" Kumar for the trust reposed in him by the latter.
Harivansh’s tenure as deputy chairman ended in April and he was re-elected to the House from Bihar.
The monsoon session of Parliament which is scheduled to begin from September 14 is slated to conclude on October 1.
In an oblique reference to RJD, the CM said people must remain alert to rhetoric from parties that had never done anything for Bihar's development.
The state government, led by Nitish Kumar, is playing politics instead of fulfilling the vacancies in government departments, said RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav.
According to state Water Resource Minister Sanjay K Jha, party national president Nitish Kumar will address people through this app on September 7, kicking off the campaign for the elections.
While Kumar had recently retired as DG, Home Guard and Fire Services, Harshvardhan Singh was considered close to RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav.
Opposition a spent force in Bihar, NDA will contest elections under Nitish Kumar's leadership: Nadda sounds poll bugle
Nadda's remarks at a virtual meet of the Bihar BJP comes amid a bitter war of words between Kumar's JD(U) and Chirag Paswan-headed LJP.
State party president Sanjay Jaiswal made an appeal to 76 lakh party workers upto Panchayat level to ensure that the coalition achieves the mark.