Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das is hopeful that the BJP will return to power in Jharkhand again. “I believe we have been successful in establishing a better government in the last 5 years for which we will be rewarded,” he said after casting his vote during the second phase of Jharkhand Assembly elections. Meanwhile, at least one person was killed and two others suffered injuries when security forces opened fire after a group of men tried to snatch their weapons at a polling booth in Gumla district. Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) Murari Lal Meena told news agency PTI that personnel of the Rapid Action Force (RAF) had to open fire on the men, after they attempted to grab hold of their weapons near booth number 36 in Sisai constituency. Voting is underway on 20 seats across the state. This phase will decide the fate of several big leaders of the state, including CM Rabhubar Das, Assembly Speaker Dinesh Oraon, rebel BJP leader Saryu Roy, Rural Development Minister Neelkanth Singh Munda and others. Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted urging people to come out in large numbers to exercise their voting right. Voting is being held on Baharagora, Ghatsila (ST), Potka (ST), Jugsalai (SC), Jamshedpur (East), Jamshedpur (West), Seraikela (ST), Chaibasa (ST), Majhgaon (ST), Jaganathpur (ST), Manoharpur (ST), Chakradharpur (ST), Kharsawan (ST), Tamar (ST), Torpa (ST), Khunti (ST), Mandar (ST), Sisai (ST) Simdega (ST) and Kolebira (ST) seats amid tight security.