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37 percent voting in Himachal Pradesh till 1 pm, voting increased after slow start

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37.19 percent polling recorded till 1 pm in the state
Chief Minister Jairam Thakur’s home district Mandi recorded 41.17 percent polling.

Shimla, For the assembly elections in Himachal Pradesh, 37.19 percent polling was recorded till 1 pm on Saturday. The Election Commission gave this information. Initially the voting was slow, but gradually it picked up the pace. In the first hour, about five per cent polling was recorded. Till 11 am, 19.98 percent polling was done. Till 1 pm, 37.19 percent polling was recorded.

According to the Election Commission, Sirmour district recorded the highest polling of 41.89 percent, while Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur’s home district Mandi recorded 41.17 percent polling. In the high altitude district of Lahaul-Spiti, 21.95 percent polling has been recorded till 1 pm while in Chamba, 28.35 percent polling has been recorded.

46.04 percent polling was recorded in Ani constituency of Kullu, 45.49 percent in Barsar, 46.07 percent in Jubbal Kotkhai, 46 percent in Theog and 46.70 percent in Rohru constituency. The lowest voter turnout was 21 per cent in Bhoranj constituency, 21.09 per cent in Rampur and 21.95 per cent in Lahaul Spiti assembly constituency.

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