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Assembly polls: Amid turmoil, polling ends with 77.68 pc turnout in West Bengal

Counting of votes in all states will happen on May 2.

Updated on : 06 April,2021 08:13 PM IST  |  New Delhi

An election official marks the finger of a voter at a polling station during the Tamil Nadu state legislative elections, in Chennai on 6, 2021. Pic/AFP

An election official marks the finger of a voter at a polling station during the Tamil Nadu state legislative elections, in Chennai on 6, 2021. Pic/AFP

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Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam MP K Kanimozhi, who has tested positive for COVID-19, on Tuesday cast her vote for the Tamil Nadu assembly elections while wearing a Personal protective equipment (PPE) kit. The DMK leader voted at a polling station in Mylapore.

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After a day of turmoil, voting for the third phase of the tightly contested West Bengal assembly elections ended on Tuesday evening with a voter turnout of 77.68 per cent.

According to the Election Commission of India (ECI), some instances of violence and brawls were reported in a few areas and some arrests have been made.

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Around 79 per cent of the total of 79,19,641 voters exercised their franchise till 5 p.m. in the third and final phase of the Assam Assembly polls, held in 40 constituencies amid tight security on Tuesday, according to election officials.

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The third and final phase of the Assam election witnessed a voter turnout of 78.29 per cent till 5:20 pm on Tuesday, the Election Commission said.

South Salmara district registered the highest voter turnout with 88.59 per cent polling, while Kamrup Metro witnessed the lowest voter turnout with 60.34 per cent polling.

The Mankachar constituency recorded the highest voter turnout with 87.66 percent polling, while the Gauhati East recorded the lowest voter turnout with 55 per cent polling.

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