Maharashtra Assembly Polls With dip in voting signs of a second saffron government

  • | Tuesday | 22nd October, 2019

Anu Singh, Priya Singh and Shayeda Shaikh are thrilled to cast their vote for the first time at Juhu. Pics /Satej Shinde, Sameer MarkandeBoth the state and city on Monday put up a dismal show this assembly election, with voter turnout dipping, especially in cities. The lowest turnout was reported from Colaba with 40.02 per cent voters exercising their right on Monday. The state had seen a voter turnout of about 63 per cent during the 2014 Assembly polls as opposed to this year's 60 per cent, briefed state chief election officer Baldev Singh. Versova and Colaba, which witnessed interesting fights with rebels and new faces, saw a low voter turnout.

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