Voting Percentage Today: Phase 2 Lok Sabha Election Voter Turnout Details

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Election Voting Percentage Today: Phase 2 Lok Sabha Election is underway.

New Delhi:

Voting for Phase 2 Lok Sabha is underway in 11 states and 1 Union Territory today. They are Assam, Bihar, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Manipur, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Bengal, Chhattisgarh and Union Territory Puducherry. The voting across polling stations began at 7 AM and will end at 6 PM. Over 1,600 candidates are contesting on 95 seats in general election Phase 2. Former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda, Senior Congress leader Veerappa Moily, BJP lawmaker Hema Malini and National Conference President Farooq Abdullah are among the prominent candidates contesting in the phase 2 elections. The Lok Sabha election result will be declared on May 23. Check the LIVE Updates of the Phase 2 Lok Saha Polls 2019 here.

Phase 2 Voting For Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Voting percentage Till 1 PM

Tamil Nadu recorded 39.49 per cent voting till 1 pm in 38 Lok Sabha constituencies of the state.

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In Karnataka, an estimated 36.31 per cent voter turnout was reported till 1 PM, where 14 Lok Sabha constituencies are going to the polls.
Odisha recorded around 33 per cent of the over 76.93 lakh electorate voted till 1 PM.

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In Maharashtra, an average 35.4 per cent polling was recorded till 1 PM in 10 constituencies of the state.

Bihar saw voter turnout of over 32.5 per cent turnout till 1 PM.

Chhattisgarh saw a voting percentage of 47 per cent till 1 PM.

32 per cent voting was recorded in Jammu and Kashmir's Udhampur. Only 7 per cent in Srinagar till 1 PM.

Assam saw an estimated 46.42 per cent of over 69 lakh electorate till 1 PM.

51 per cent voting was recorded in Bengal till 1 PM.

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