In the second a part of the Bihar polls on Tuesday, 54.42 p.c of the total 2.85 crore electors in 94 constituencies exercised their franchise till 6 pm, in accordance with estimates by the Election Price‘s Voter Turnout App.
This projected turnout used to be a diminutive no longer up to the 2015 elections where 55 p.c of the electorate voted within the second part.
Among the many 17 districts where these 94 seats are situated, the ideal poll percentage of 59.98 has been recorded in Muzaffarpur, adopted by Begusarai at 58.82 p.c and then Sitamarhi at 57.40 p.c.
The bottom turnout of 48.24 p.c has been reported from the Patna district. Its Kumhrar, an metropolis constituency, has recorded merely 36.4 p.c vote casting.
The estimated overall turnout at 6 pm is 52.77 p.c (provisional), the poll panel recordsdata stated. The turnout throughout the corresponding hours within the first part on 28 October used to be 53.46 p.c.
The 94 constituencies of Bihar Meeting went to poll within the second a part of elections that could non-public the electoral fate of RJD chief and Mahagathbandhan’s chief ministerial face Tejashwi Yadav and better than 1,450 rather a few candidates.
Vaishali district’s Raghopur, from where RJD chief and chief ministerial candidate of the opposition Gigantic Alliance Tejashwi Yadav is contesting, has recorded 54.42 p.c polling, as per the EC recordsdata.
Hasanpur constituency, from where Lalu Prasad’s elder son Tej Pratap Yadav is within the fray, has recorded an estimated 57 p.c votes.
Over 56 p.c vote casting used to be recorded in Parsa from where JDU’s Chandrika Roy, the father of Tej Pratap’s estranged better half Aishwarya, is contesting.
Right here is the estimated voter turnout in each and every constituency in Part 2 of Bihar Meeting polls: (As per the Voter Turnout app)
|Constituency Name||Estimated Turnout|
Polling started at 7 am, nonetheless the time for its conclusion has been extended by one hour till 6 pm to facilitate COVID-19 patients and those with symptoms of the disease to command their franchise throughout the final hour.
The technique, on the assorted hand, concluded early in Maoist-hit areas.
The Election Price had stated vote casting would extinguish at 4 pm in eight seats — Gaura Bauram and Kusheshwar Asthan in Darbhanga district; Minapur, Paroo, and Sahebganj in Muzaffarpur; Alauli and Beldour in Khagaria; and Raghopur in Vaishali.