Ch’garh registers increase of 2.09% voting in LS polls

Raipur: An increase of 2.09 per cent age vote has been registered in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections in Chhattisgarh in comparison to the elections held in the year 2014.

Providing the above information to media persons here on Wednesday evening, the Chief Electoral Officer Subrat Sahoo said that overall 71.48 per cent age voting in the three phases of Lok Sabha elections in Chhattisgarh has been recorded which is 2.09 increase in comparison to 2014 Lok Sabha elections during which the registered voting per cent age was 69.39.

Regarding the final polling per cent age in seven seats in third phase, he said that 70.73% polling has been recorded. He further informed that 6327 polling booths have registered voting per cent age of more than 80% whereas 176 polling booths have registered polling of less than 10% and added that 67 polling booths have registered a record voting per cent age of more than 95% in the Chhattisgarh Lok Sabha elections.

Raigarh Lok Sabha segment registered highest voting of 77.70 per cent age which was followed with Sarguja (77.29%), Korba (75.34%), Durg (71.66%), Raipur (65.99%), Janjgir- Champa (65.57%) whereas lowest per cent age of voting has been recorded in Bilaspur with just 64.35% in the third phase of elections here.

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