No votes cast in 90 booths of Srinagar LS seat; West Bengal receives highest voters percentage at the end of Phase 2 of LS elections

Must Read

Sanju Samson to replace Shikhar Dhawan in T20 series against WI

Sanju Samson will replace injured Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan in the T20s series against West Indies starting from next...

Supreme Court lashes out on Centre & Delhi govts for Rising Pollution

The Apex Court of the Country, the Supreme Court on Monday lashed the Central and State Government for their...

Harbhajan Singh wishes BCCI Prez Sourav Ganguly to change Selection Panel

The Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh on Monday urged Sourav Ganguly, President of BCCI (The Board of Control for Cricket...

The second phase of elections in the Srinagar of Kashmir valley saw no voting in the polling booths. Approximately 90 polling booths that were majorly in the downtown city did not see any voters turnout on Thursday to the Srinagar Parliamentary seat out of the total 1,716 polling station in the valley.

The Srinagar constituency comprising of eight assembly seats recorded zero voter’s turnout in as many as 50 polling booths in the area. The majority of these booths were located in the assemblies of Eidgah, Khanyar, Habba, Kadal, and Batmaloo.

Srinagar constituency has a total of 12,95,304 voters registered for the elections.

Eidgah recorded a voting percentage of 3.3% by the end of the second phase of the elections. Sonawar recorded a voting percentage of 12 percent.

Former chief minister and National conference (NC) patron, Farooq Abdullah and former Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah cast their votes in the Sonawar assembly segment. Apart from Sonawar, seven other assembly seats recorded a voting percentage of a single digit.

In the Ganderwal district that is a part of the Srinagar parliamentary seat, as many as 27 polling booths received no voters to cast their votes at the end of the second phase of the polling.

In Budgam, almost 13 polling booths did not receive any voting percentage. Chadoora assembly seat saw the lowest voter turnout of 9.2% among the five assembly segments in the district. Shrar-e-Sharif recorded the highest polling at the end of the elections of 31.1%.

After the second phase of the Lok Sabha elections, the voter turnout in Maharashtra was recorded 62% and in Odisha a total voter percentage was recorded to be 64%.

62.52% Voters turned out for voting in the Bihar constituency according to the Election Commission.

Uttar Pradesh recorded a total voter turnout of 62.3% in the second phase of polling.

The overall nteim voter turnout in Manipur in the second phase was 74.3%, Assam recorded 73%.

West Bengal recieved the highest voter percentage of 76.07%.

Jammu and Kashmir recorded a ttal voters percentae of 43.4% and Chattisgarh recorded 71% of voters.

ALSO, READ

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisement -

Latest News

Questions Raised Over Telangana Encounter, Legal Experts Demand Probe

Even though people have been celebrating and expressing happiness over the encounter that killed four accused involved in Telangana...

‘The Kashmir Files’: Anupam Kher to star in Vivek Agnihotri’s directorial based on Kashmiri Pandits exodus

Actor Anupam Kher is all set to star in Vivek Agnihotri’s upcoming directorial film The Kashmir Files based on the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits...

JNU Professor develops Braille model to teach visually-impaired students chemistry

A Jawaharlal Nehru University Professor BS Balaji has developed a braille model to teach chemistry to his visually-challenged students. Talking about the research he...

485 out of 812 candidates with Hindi as mother tongue passed 2018 civil services exam

Hindi, which is the unofficial language of India had been chosen by 485 candidates as their mother tongue who were selected through the Civil...

‘Happy Hardy and Heer’: Himesh Reshammiya starrer gets a new release date

The upcoming release of singer, composer, and actor Himesh Reshammiya Happy Hardy and Heer has got a new date. The film was earlier slated...
- Advertisement -

More Articles Like This