57.40% voting in the fifth phase, voting record broken in Baramulla, know where what percentage of votes were cast

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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New Delhi: In the fifth phase of Lok Sabha elections held in seven phases on May 20, voting was once again less than in 2019. This time till 7 pm, 57.40 percent voting took place in 49 Lok Sabha seats of eight states. Which was much less than 62.01 in 2019. However, the Commission says that this data is not final. Since voting figures keep coming from far-flung polling stations. Anyway this turnout will continue to increase. But till the time of writing the news the voting percentage was very low.

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The lowest turnout in this phase took place in Maharashtra.

According to the data received from the Election Commission, the worst performing states in the voting for 49 Lok Sabha seats in eight states on May 20 were Maharashtra, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. Where the least voting took place. Like every time, this time too West Bengal remained on top in terms of maximum voting. After this, Ladakh state stood second and Jharkhand state stood third in maximum voting. However, compared to 49 Lok Sabha seats in eight states, Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla Lok Sabha seat saw less voting in this phase. But despite this, this seat made a new record. The Election Commission of India said that since the 1989 Lok Sabha elections, this seat has seen the highest turnout of 54.21 percent. Which has been the highest this time in the eight Lok Sabha elections held on Baramulla seat from 1989 to 2019.

In the Lok Sabha elections held from 1989 to 2019, voting took place in Baramulla Lok Sabha seat of Jammu and Kashmir.

  • 2024-54.21% (by 7 pm)
  • 2019- 34.6%
  • 2014 -39.14%
  • 2009- 41.84%
  • 2004- 35.65%
  • 1999- 27.79%
  • 1998- 41.94%
  • 1996- 46.65%
  • 1989 – 5.48%

A different trend was seen in the voting for the 5th phase. In this, the states of Maharashtra and Bihar were lagging behind since the beginning of voting. While West Bengal remained on top. There was no change in these from morning to evening. The bus reached Ladakh from 11 am to 1 pm. Otherwise, West Bengal had the highest voting percentage. However, Ladakh had worked hard to create the record of highest turnout. But he remained at number-2.

Top 3 states with lowest turnout

  • Maharashtra-48.88
  • Bihar-52.55
  • Uttar Pradesh-57.59

If we look at the figures, Maharashtra had the lowest turnout. Where there was about four percent less voting than the second lowest voting state, Bihar. Here too, in the Bollywood city of Mumbai, which is called the financial capital of the country, there was more or less less voting as compared to other seats in Maharashtra. The lowest voting in Maharashtra was in Kalyan seat at 41.70 percent. Mumbai South stood second, where 44.63 percent votes were cast. There was less voting in Mumbai North Central, the seat with most heroes and heroines. Only 47.46 percent votes were cast on this seat. Which stood at number 8 among 13 seats in Maharashtra.

Highest voting states

  • West Bengal-73.00
  • Ladakh- 67.15
  • Jharkhand-63.00

By the way, 52.03 percent voting took place in Lucknow seat of Uttar Pradesh. Which stood second with the least voting on 14 seats in Uttar Pradesh in the 5th phase. The least voting took place in Gonda seat in UP. While most Barabanki. Arambag Lok Sabha seat of West Bengal was one of the 49 Lok Sabha seats from all eight states. Where in this phase the highest voting percentage was 7690 percent.

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