Thursday, April 22, 2004
Poll turnout very high, says EC
New Delhi, Apr.22 (UNI): The Election Commission today substantially raised the voter turnout in the first round of polling in 140 Lok Sabha constituencies on April 20.
With this, the overall polling is estimated to rise close to 60 per cent, from the earlier 50-55 per cent.
Deputy Election Commissioner A N Jha told reporters that the percentage of voting has gone up from 55 to 67.87 in Andhra Pradesh, from 60 to 70.85 in Assam, from 55-60 to 61.76 in Karnataka and from 40-45 to 57.26 in Maharashtra.
Only for Chhattisgarh, the polling percentage has been reduced -- from 50 per cent to 48.13 per cent.
The polling percentage is estimated at 52.72 in Meghalaya (against the initial 50-55), 62.8 in Mizoram (up from 55-60), 61.52 in Orissan (from 50-55), 69.04 in Dadra and Nagar Haveli (against 65-70) and 70.16 in Daman and Diu (against 60-65).
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