Meeting Election 2021 Section 2 voting proportion LIVE Updates: As per newest figures from the EC’s voter turnout app, in Assam, Nalbari district, with 86.69 %, witnessed the best turnout whereas Cachar registered the bottom turnout at 72.28 %
Meeting Election 2021 Section 2 voting proportion LATEST Updates: As per newest figures from the EC’s voter turnout app, in Assam, Nalbari district, with 86.69 %, witnessed the best turnout whereas Cachar registered the bottom turnout at 72.28 %.
Bankura district, with 82.78 %, witnessed the best turnout whereas South 24 Parganas registered the bottom turnout at 79.66 % until 5.45 pm
Nalbrari district, with 81.53 %, witnessed the best turnout whereas Rangia registered the bottom turnout at 63.39 % until 5.15 pm
Hailakandi district, with 78.08 %, witnessed the best turnout whereas Hojai registered the bottom turnout at 62.80 % until 5 pm
As per newest figures from the EC’s voter turnout app, Assam has recorded 63.04 % turnout until 3.30 pm throughout 39 Meeting constituencies the place polling is underway in part II of the elections.
Nalbari district, with 71 %, witnessed the best turnout whereas West Karbi Anglong registered the bottom turnout at 57.24 until 3.30 pm
In accordance with the Election Fee’s voter turnout app, West Bengal recorded 71.07 % voter turnout until 3.30 pm in part II of the Meeting polls.
As per newest figures from the EC’s voter turnout app, Assam has recorded 49.12 % turnout until 3 pm throughout 39 Meeting constituencies the place polling is underway in part II of the elections.
As per newest figures from the EC’s voter turnout app, Assam has recorded 48.26 % turnout until 2.55 pm throughout 39 Meeting constituencies the place polling is underway in part II of the elections.
As of 1.45 pm. 58.15 % of West Bengal’s voters throughout 30 constituencies that went to the polls within the second part of the Meeting elections have exercised their franchise.
The very best turnout of 60.32 % was recorded in Purba Medinipur district, whereas the bottom of 48.13 % was recorded in South 24 Parganas.
Until 1.17, Assam data voter turnout of 43.66 % throughout 39 constituencies which went to the polls within the second part of Meeting elections at the moment. Hailakandi district registers highest ballot proportion of 51.51 whereas the bottom is recorded in Bokajan (33.20).
By 12.45 pm, Keshpur (in Paschim Medinipur district) recorded the best voter turnout in West Bengal, at 42.52 %, whereas Sagar constituency in South 24 Parganas recorded the bottom, with 21 % turnout.
Until 11.42 am, Hojai district in Assam recorded the best ballot proportion within the state at 33.29 % whereas Dima Hasao, the place a single constituency — Haflong — is voting, noticed a turnout of 19 %. Cachar district recorded a voter turnout of 25.58 %, Darran 26.12 %, Hailakandi 29.05 % and Bokajan 33.20 %.
In accordance with the approximate voter turnout traits launched by the Election Fee until 11.15 am, West Bengal recorded a ballot % of 26.37 whereas Assam noticed 20.07 % turnout.
As of 10.20 am, West Bengal recorded an approximated voter turnout of 15.72 %. In accordance with the approximate voter turnout traits launched by the Election Fee, Indus Meeting constituency ( Bankua district) recorded the best ballot proportion of 20.37 whereas Kakdwip in South 24 Parganas noticed the bottom at 6.50.
Of the 14 districts voting at the moment, Karbi Anglong registered the best voter turnout at 15.93 % whereas, Morigaon then again may handle solely 6.39 %.
As of 10 am, Assam recorded a voting proportion of 10.51 % on Thursday throughout the second part of Meeting polls.
Of the 4 districts voting at the moment, Pashchim Medinipur registered highest turnout at 15.57 % whereas, Bankura was the bottom at 3.74 %.
In accordance with the Election Fee, West Bengal recorded a voter proportion of 10.89 % as of 9.20 am on Thursday within the second part of Meeting polls.
Polling for the second part of Meeting election began in Assam and West Bengal on Thursday. All eyes are on Nandigram the place West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee is locked in a fierce status battle with confidante-turned-adversary Suvendu Adhikari of the BJP.
Within the state of Assam, in the meantime, the destiny of 5 ministers, the deputy speaker and some vital opposition faces shall be determined as 39 seats in Assam go to the polls within the second part.
The state of West Bengal, which has 294 Meeting constituencies, is electing a brand new Meeting throughout an eight-phased election. Elections to the 126-member Assam meeting are being held in three-phases with 79.97 % of the voters exercising their franchise in 47 constituencies within the first part on 27 March. The third and closing part elections shall be held on 6 April for 40 seats.
The counting of votes shall be executed on 2 Could after elections have concluded in all 4 states and Union Territory of Puducherry which might be due for polls.
A complete of 345 candidates, together with 26 girls, are within the fray on this part, the polling for which shall be held from 7 am to six pm amid heavy safety and strict COVID-19 tips. The ruling BJP is contesting 34 seats, whereas its allies Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) and United Individuals’s Celebration Liberal (UPPL) are combating in six and three seats, respectively.
There are “pleasant contests” between the BJP and the AGP in Patharkandi and Algapur, whereas the BJP is engaged in related fights with the UPPL in Majbat and Kalaigaon.
The Grand Alliance’s Congress is contesting in 28 seats, the AIUDF in seven and Bodoland Peoples’ Entrance (BPF) in 4. The newly-formed Assam Jatiya Parishad (AJP) is contesting in 19 seats. There’s a direct contest between the NDA and the Grand Alliance in 25 constituencies, whereas the remainder are witnessing triangular fights.
BJP minister Parimal Suklabaidya is in a direct contest with Congress’s Kamakhya Prasad Mala in Dholai, whereas Deputy Speaker Aminul Haque Laskar of the BJP is in a straight contest with AIUDF’s Karim Uddin Barbhuiyan in Sonai. Minister Pijush Hazarika is locked in a triangular contest with Congress’s Swapan Kumar Mandal and AJP’s Bubul Das from Jagiroad (SC), and his cupboard colleague Bhabesh Kalita is in a direct combat with AJP’s Babul Saharia within the Rangiya constituency.
Rajya Sabha MP Biswajit Daimary is combating towards BPF’s Karuna Kanta Swargiary in Paneri, whereas AIUDF’s Sirajuddin Ajmal, a former MP and MLA, is combating the elections towards AGP’s Sadikullah Bhuyan from Jamunamukh.
Former Congress minister Gautam Roy, contesting on a BJP ticket from Katigora, is in a direct combat along with his ex-party colleague Khalliluddin Mazumdar. Gautam’s son Rahul Roy, contesting as an Impartial, is in a triangular contest with former Congress minister Ajit Singh and sitting BJP MLA Mihir Kanti Shome from Udharbond. Gautam Roy’s daughter-in-law Daisy Roy can be contesting as an Impartial from Algapur the place the AGP’s Aftabuddin Laskar and BJP’s Moon Swarnakar, in a ‘pleasant contest’, will battle towards sitting AIUDF MLA Nijamuddin Choudhury.
In Silchar, sitting BJP MLA Dilip Paul, now expelled from the get together, is contesting as an Impartial and is locked in a contest with BJP’s Dipayan Chakraborty and Congress’s Tamal Kanti Banik. One other BJP minister, Sum Ronghang, on being denied ticket joined the Congress and is locked in a direct combat towards BJP’s Bidya Sing Engleng in Diphu.
The elections shall be held amid tight safety with 310 corporations of forces being deployed for the second part, an official mentioned. Round the clock patrolling is being carried out alongside with strict vigil in vital areas in all of the constituencies unfold over 13 districts in Barak Valley, the Hills districts and elements of Central and Decrease Assam.
A complete of 73,44,631 voters shall be deciding the destiny of 345 candidates. Of those, 37,34,537 are male and 36,09,959 feminine, whereas 135 are third gender voters. Complete 10,592 polling stations have been arrange in 5,774 premises. There are 556 polling stations the place solely girls officers shall be deployed, whereas there are 117 mannequin polling stations.
The webcasting facility shall be out there at 5,315 polling stations. Complete 42,368 polling personnel have been deployed for the second part. Of them, 1,516 left for his or her locations on Tuesday itself to succeed in polling stations arrange in distant areas, particularly within the three hill districts of Dima Hasao, Karbi Anglong and West Karbi Anglong, official sources mentioned.
Postal ballots have been issued to 21,281 folks over 80 years outdated, and 5,407 Individuals with Disabilities (PwD). Complete 17,164 voters have been issued these via the Electronically Transmitted Postal Poll System (ETPBS).
Polling shall be held in 30 seats within the second of the eight-phase West Bengal meeting election on Thursday.
The Election Commision has declared as delicate all the 10,620 polling cubicles in 30 constituencies unfold over 4 districts the place polls shall be held on Thursday.
It has deployed round 651 corporations of central pressure to supply safety, in addition to state police personnel at strategic areas throughout the polling, which is able to start at 7 am.
Greater than 75 lakh voters will determine the destiny of 191 candidates within the 30 seats unfold throughout 4 districts of Purba and Paschim Medinipur, South 24 Parganas and Bankura.
A complete 199 corporations of Central Armed Police Drive shall be deployed in Purba Medinipur, 210 corporations in Paschim Medinipur, 170 in South 24 Parganas and 72 in Bankura, the sources mentioned.
TMC and BJP are contesting in all of the 30 seats, whereas CPM is within the fray in 15 and its alliance companions within the Sanjukta Morcha the Congress and ISF are competing in 13 and two seats respectively.
Polling will happen amid strict COVID-19 tips in 9 seats of Paschim Medinipur, eight in Bankura, 4 seats in South 24 Parganas and 9 seats in Purba Medinipur – the house floor Suvendu Adhikari. Nandigram falls throughout the Purba Medinipur district.
Of the 30 seats which is able to see voting on Thursday, 23 had been gained by TMC within the 2016 Meeting elections, 5 by Left Entrance and Congress and BJP one every. The political equation within the state had modified in 2019 when BJP made huge inroads within the tribal-dominated Janga Mahal area and Medinipur belt by sweeping all of the 5 Lok Sabha seats. The TMC, nevertheless, has been in a position to preserve its dominance in South 24 Parganas district, the place there may be sizeable minority inhabitants.
Within the part 2 polls, Nandigram is hands-down probably the most keenly watched contest which has turned right into a battleground of titans with Banerjee abruptly deciding to change from her Bhowanipur seat in Kolkata to the constituency which is held by Adhikari.
Within the excessive stake ballot battle this time a victory is a should for Banerjee, who’s operating for the third successive time period as chief minister, in order that she will lead the federal government and maintain collectively her get together, which is confronted with exodus. For Adhikari it’s a battle for political survival as a defeat could be a devastating blow and may also put a query mark on his political graph in his new get together the BJP. For the Congress-Left-ISF alliance candidate Minakshi Mukherjee, the problem is to regain her get together’s misplaced floor.
One other notable seat going to the ballot within the second part is Sabang, the place TMC has fielded its Rajya Sabha MP Manas Bhunia. He’s up towards TMC turncoat and BJP chief Amulya Maity. Bhunia, a former state Congress president, had gained the seat from 1982 until 2016 as Congress nominee earlier than switching over to the TMC in September 2016.
TMC has fielded actor Sayantika Banerjee, a well-liked face in the Bengali silver display, from Bankura seat towards BJP’s Niladri Sekhar Dana. The Sanjukta Morcha has fielded Congress candidate Radharani Banerjee.
Within the Debra seat, two former IPS officers will cross swords. One is BJP candidate Bharati Ghosh and the opposite is Humayun Kabir of the TMC. Each had resigned from their senior police posts to affix lively politics.
With inputs from PTI