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India General Elections 2024 Phase 5 LIVE Updates: Mumbai`s voter turnout below 50 pc after 5 pm

India General Elections 2024 Phase 5 LIVE Updates: As voting continues in six Lok Sabha constituencies of Mumbai, the financial capital is yet to breach 50 per cent voter turnout after 5pm. We are closing LIVE blog now

Updated on : 20 May,2024 07:29 PM IST  |  Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent

Voter queue outside polling station in Mumbai/ Team Mid-day

Voter queue outside polling station in Mumbai/ Team Mid-day

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India General Elections 2024 Phase 5 LIVE Updates: During Phase 5 of India General Elections 2024, Maharashtra sees 48.66 pc voter turnout

Maharashtra witnessed an average voter turnout of 48.66 per cent by 5 pm in the final phase of the India General Elections 2024. Dindori in Nashik recorded the highest turnout at 57.06 per cent, while Kalyan in Thane had the lowest at 41.70 per cent. Among the other seats, Palghar recorded 54.32 per cent polling, Nashik 51.16 per cent, Bhiwandi 48.89 per cent, Dhule 48.81 per cent, Mumbai North 46.91 per cent, Mumbai North Central 47.32 per cent, Mumbai North East 48.67 per cent, Mumbai North West 49.79 per cent, Mumbai South 44.22 per cent, Mumbai South Central 48.26 per cent and Thane 45.38 per cent, the officials said....Read More

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India General Elections 2024 Phase 5 LIVE Updates: 56.68 pc turnout in fifth phase of Lok Sabha polls till 5 pm, West Bengal leads with 73 pc voting

The fifth phase of the Lok Sabha elections for 49 parliamentary constituencies saw a cumulative voter turnout of 56.68 per cent till 5 pm, as per the data shared by the Election Commission. According to the poll body, West Bengal recorded the highest voter turnout (73 per cent), followed by Ladakh (67.15 per cent), Jharkhand (61.90 per cent), Odisha (60.55 per cent), Uttar Pradesh (55.80 per cent), Jammu and Kashmir (54.21 per cent), Bihar (52.35 per cent) and Maharashtra (48.66 per cent).

Mumbai continued to disappoint with voter turnout failing to cross 50 per cent till 5 pm. Mumbai North recorded a turnout of 46.91 per cent; Mumbai North Central saw a turnout of 47.32 per cent, Mumbai North East saw a turnout of 48.67 per cent per cent, Mumbai North West recorded a turnout of 49.79 per cent. Mumbai South had the lowest turnout in the city with 44.22 per cent recorded till 5 pm. Mumbai South Central saw a turnout of 48.26 per cent.

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India General Elections 2024 Phase 5 LIVE Updates: `June 4 result will bring message of Satyamev Jayate,` says Yogi Adityanath in Kurukshetra

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Monday addressed a public rally in Haryana`s Kurukshetra in support of BJP candidate Naveen Jindal and asserted that the June 4 result will come with the message of Satyamev Jayate. Speaking at the rally, the UP CM described Kurukshetra as a `karmbhoomi` and said, "Kurukshetra is a karmbhoomi and apparently, it is the only land where the armies referred this land as `Dharmabhoomi.` This can happen only in India and that too in Kurukshetra. The war that was fought was fought for dharma, justice, truth, and the result that will come out on June 4 will give a message of Satyamev Jayate."

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India General Elections 2024 Phase 5 LIVE Updates: `I urge everyone to go out and exercise their right to vote,` says Nita Ambani

Reliance Industries` Managing Director and Chairman, Mukesh Ambani, along with his wife Nita Ambani and their son Akash Ambani, arrived at Malabar Hill on Monday to cast their votes for the Lok Sabha Elections 2024. After casting her vote, Nita Ambani, Founder and Chairperson of Reliance Foundation, emphasized the critical role of voting in a democracy. She remarked, "It is important as an Indian citizen to vote. It is our right and responsibility to vote. I urge everyone to go out and exercise their right to vote."

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