Thursday, June 24, 2021

West Bengal: Average voter turnout registered at 76.16 per cent till 5:30 PM

In the poll-bound West Bengal, polling for the Fourth Phase of Assembly Elections is progressing smoothly. The average voter turnout was registered at 76.16 per cent till 05.30 P.M.

The people were seen standing in long queues in front of the Polling Stations right from the beginning. The polling, which begat at 7.00 A.M., will be conducted till 6.30 P.M. in the 44 Assembly Constituencies going to polls today. The state is witnessing eight-phase elections.

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