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Madhya Pradesh records 71.16 per cent polling, 68.15 pc turnout in Chhattisgarh

Madhya Pradesh recorded a voting share of 71.16 per cent whereas the voter turnout in Chhattisgarh was 68.15 per cent AT 5 PM on the 70 seats that went to the polls within the second section of the election within the state,

Voting commenced at 7 am at present for 230 Meeting seats in Madhya Pradesh.  The election will determine the electoral fates of over 2,500 candidates. A complete of roughly 5.59 crore voters are eligible to take part within the election, with 2.87 crore being male voters and a pair of.71 crore feminine voters. The election course of entails over 5,000 cubicles managed by ladies and 183 polling stations particularly run by disabled people, officers stated.

Chhattisgarh has seen 55.31 per cent of voter turnout within the second section of Chhattisgarh Meeting polls until 3 pm. The turnout in Chhattisgarh was 38.22 per cent until 1 pm.

In keeping with the information from the Election Fee, Madhya Pradesh had seen 60.52 per cent voter turn-out until 3 pm in all of the 230 meeting seats that went to the polls on Friday. The voter turnout within the state was 45.40 per cent until 1 pm.

Chhattisgarh has 90 seats and 20 seats went to the polls on November 7 within the first section. The timing for polling is from 8 am to five pm besides 9 polling cubicles within the Naxal-affected Bindranawagarh seat in Rajim district, the place voting was held from 7 am to three pm.

For Chhattisgarh, over 18,800 polling stations have been arrange for the second section of polling. A complete of 958 candidates are within the fray throughout the 70 seats for which polling is being held at present.

The primary battle in each Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh is between the Congress and BJP. The polls, coming practically six months forward of the Lok Sabha polls, are essential for each the BJP and Congress for numerous causes. The counting of votes in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh together with that in Rajasthan, Telangana and Mizoram can be executed on December 3.

 With inputs from ANI.



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