Voting has ended in four states and one union territory
New Delhi: Voting has ended in four states and one union territory of the country and the figure has come so far. According to the Election Commission, voting was recorded till 7.11 pm in Assam with 82.29, 70.04 in Kerala, 78.13 in Puducherry, 65.11 in Tamil Nadu, 77.68 per cent in Bengal.
Voting is being held on 475 seats in West Bengal, Assam, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry on Tuesday as part of the third phase of the assembly elections. As of 7 pm, Assam recorded 82.29 percent, 70.04 percent in Kerala, 78.13 percent in Puducherry, 65.11 percent in Tamil Nadu and 77.68 percent in Bengal.
Voting for the same phase was held today for 234 seats in Tamil Nadu, 140 in Kerala and all 30 seats in Puducherry, while in Assam the third and last phase saw voting in 40 seats. Whereas in West Bengal, voting was held on 31 seats today. There are still five phases left in West Bengal.
The incident of stone pelting on the car of Trinamool Congress Party candidate Sujatha Mandal has been reported in Meerpara Gaurahati area of West Bengal. According to the information, his car was attacked by angry villagers. It is being told that the villagers were angry at the lack of water facilities and roads in the village. Sujatha Mandal, however, says that she has been attacked with bricks by BJP goons. TMC leader Derek O’Brien complained to the Election Commission that BJP workers attacked TMC candidate Sujatha Mandal at Arandi-I booth No 263 Mahalapara. The head of his personal security officer has suffered injuries in this attack. His condition is critical.
At a polling booth in Diamond Harbor, some people say that Trinamool Congress party workers did not allow them to cast their votes. According to the report, people say that officers reached the spot after their complaint but they also did not take any action.