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Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry vote in final round of Assembly elections
Kerala witnessed brisk polling for the 140 Assembly constituencies with 28.46 per cent voting recorded till noon. (Photo: Facebook)
Kerala witnessed brisk polling for the 140 Assembly constituencies with 28.46 per cent voting recorded till noon. (Photo: Facebook)
In Kerala, 2.56 crore electors, including 1.33 crore females, will cast their votes. A total of 1, 203 candidates, including 109 females, are in the fray. There are 21,646 polling booths across the State.
In Kerala, 2.56 crore electors, including 1.33 crore females, will cast their votes. A total of 1, 203 candidates, including 109 females, are in the fray. There are 21,646 polling booths across the State.
Around 130 wheelchairs that were donated by banks will be ready at booths where ramp facilities are available.
Around 130 wheelchairs that were donated by banks will be ready at booths where ramp facilities are available.
After casting his vote in Kottayam, Kerala CM Oommen Chandy said, ‘Going by the ground situation, there is no sign of BJP.’ (Photo: Facebook)
After casting his vote in Kottayam, Kerala CM Oommen Chandy said, ‘Going by the ground situation, there is no sign of BJP.’ (Photo: Facebook)
A transgender casting her vote for the first time in a booth in Thiruvananthapuram during assembly polls.
A transgender casting her vote for the first time in a booth in Thiruvananthapuram during assembly polls.
Tamil Nadu recorded a poll percentage of over 42.1 per cent by 1 pm even as voting was hampered in some districts due to heavy rain, a top election official said.
Tamil Nadu recorded a poll percentage of over 42.1 per cent by 1 pm even as voting was hampered in some districts due to heavy rain, a top election official said.
Over 25 percent voters came out to cast their votes till 11 am as Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, DMK’s Karunanidhi, Captain Vijayakanth, actors Rajinikanth, Kamal Haasan and Khushboo showed up during the early hours of the day.
Over 25 percent voters came out to cast their votes till 11 am as Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, DMK’s Karunanidhi, Captain Vijayakanth, actors Rajinikanth, Kamal Haasan and Khushboo showed up during the early hours of the day.
The Election Commission earlier deferred polling in Aravakurichi and Thanjavur to May 23 following allegations of bribing of voters. The counting of votes will take place on May 25.
The Election Commission earlier deferred polling in Aravakurichi and Thanjavur to May 23 following allegations of bribing of voters. The counting of votes will take place on May 25.
Meanwhile, nearly 45 percent electorates cast their votes till 1 pm in Kerala. The state's Wayanad district recorded the highest turnout with 32 percent, while the lowest voter turnout is in Trivandrum with 21 percent.
Meanwhile, nearly 45 percent electorates cast their votes till 1 pm in Kerala. The state's Wayanad district recorded the highest turnout with 32 percent, while the lowest voter turnout is in Trivandrum with 21 percent.
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