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22 leaders debarred

PATNA, DEC. 30. Twenty-two leaders were debarred from contesting Bihar Assembly elections by the Election Commission after they failed to submit the details of expenses incurred by them during the last Lok Sabha election.

Official sources said today that the leaders had been precluded from contesting election to either Houses of Parliament or the state legislature for three years.

State chief election officer K.C. Saha has written to all district election officers and other election officers on the decision.

The leaders are Bhagwan Lal Sah of Motihari, Dinesh Rai and Brijesh Singh of Maharajganj, Rajeshwar Singh of Chapra, Jainandan Kumar, Umesh Sahni, Upendra Choudhary, Brajkishore Singh and Shambhu Prasad Singh of Vaishali, Anandi Mahto of Barh, Ganesh Yadav, Kuldeep Narain Singh Patel, Mahboob Alam, Shahid Akhtar of Balia, Diwakar Lal Banshi of Bhagalpur, Chandrabhushan Kumar of Nalanda, Vashishtha Paswan, Madan Ram, Dukhi Ram and Pheku Ram of Sasaram and Jagyanand Singh and Satyendra Prasad Yadav of Jehanabad.

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