Polling underway for sixth part in India’s Uttar Pradesh state, India News News

The sixth part of the Meeting elections is being held in Indian state of Uttar Pradesh on Thursday.  

Until 11 am, about 22 per cent voting was witnessed. The polling will probably be carried out from 7 am to six pm.  

On this part, round 21.5 million persons are eligible to vote.

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In it, 676 candidates are contesting from 57 seats, that are unfold throughout 10 districts.   

The outstanding names contesting elections embrace Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath from Gorakhpur City and state Congress president Ajay Kumar Lallu from Tamkuhi Raj.  

Until now, the voting for 292 of the 403 Meeting seats has been performed. On March 7, the ultimate part of the elections for the remaining 54 seats will probably be held.  

On Thursday, polling is being held in districts, corresponding to Gorakhpur, Kushinagar, Sant Kabir Nagar, Maharajganj, Ambedkarnagar, Siddharth Nagar, Basti, Balrampur, Deoria and Ballia.  

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As per the Election Fee of India’s Turnout app, solely 21.79 per cent polling was performed until 11 am.   

In Ambedkarnagar, 23.15 per cent voting has been performed, Ballia had 21.85 per cent, Gorakhpur 21.7 per cent, Kushinagar 23.23 per cent, Basti 23.31 per cent, Deoria 19.64 per cent, Balrampur 18.81 per cent, Mahrajganj 21.22 per cent, Sant Kabir Nagar 20.74 per cent and Siddharth Nagar 23.48 per cent.   

(With inputs from companies) 

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