Voting continues for by-elections, know where how much voting took place

New Delhi: Polling is underway for bypolls to three Lok Sabha and 30 Assembly seats today, including four in West Bengal, 3 each in Madhya Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh, 2 from Bihar and Rajasthan and one in Haryana-Maharashtra. Campaigning for these seats came to a halt on October 27.

In Rajasthan, about 53.69 per cent polling has been recorded till 3.15 pm in bypolls to Vallabhnagar (Udaipur) and Dhariawad (Pratapgarh) assembly seats on Saturday. According to the Election Commission, around 53.69 per cent voting has been recorded in both the seats till 3.15 pm. 53.14 per cent of voters cast their votes in the Vallabhnagar constituency and 54.23 per cent in the Dhariawad constituency. About 40.64 per cent polling was recorded in both the seats till 1.15 pm.

37.56 per cent of votes were polled in the Vallabhnagar seat and 40.64 per cent in Dhariawad. Meanwhile, 46 per cent voting was held in Kusheshwarsthan. Bihar recorded 38 per cent polling till 1 pm. Bye-elections are being held in Bihar in Kusheshwarsthan and Tarapur seats. State that Gosaba in West Bengal has recorded the highest voter turnout. As of 1 pm, 47.83 per cent voting has been recorded in Dinhata, 48.02 per cent in Shantipur, 36.70 per cent in Khardah and 52.19 per cent in Gosaba.

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