Kolkata, April 26
Voting concluded for the seventh part of the West Bengal Assembly elections on Monday. More than 8.6 million voters exercised their franchise to determine the destiny of 284 candidates in 34 constituencies.
About 75.06 per cent turnout was recorded until 6.30 in the night. The polling share is anticipated to go up after experiences from polling cubicles situated in distant areas arrive.
Initially, 36 constituencies had been to go to polls in this part however voting in two – Jangipur and Samserganj – was rescheduled as a result of demise of contestants. Today’s polling noticed an enormous turnout at Dakshin Dinajpur and Murshidabad. Both districts registered over 80 laptop turnout. Six constituencies from Dakshin Dinajpur and 9 from Murshidabad went to polls. — TNS