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Around 57 percent of voting was recorded till 5 pm in the bypoll for the Brajrajnagar Assembly constituency

Brajrajnagar31/5/22: Around 57 percent of voting was recorded till 5 pm in the bypoll for the Brajrajnagar Assembly constituency on Tuesday.

Around 11 percent of voting was recorded till 9 am, 32 percent till 11 am, 48 percent till 1 pm, 57 percent till 3 pm and 69 percent till 5 pm. The voting process is to continue till 6 PM today.

According to Chief Electoral Officer Sushil Kumar Lohani, no untoward incident has been reported from any booth so far. Though there were some glitches in the EVMs at a few places, three ballot units, control units, and VVPAT were replaced.While the Brajrajnagar Assembly constituency had recorded 78 per cent polling in 2019 assembly polls, officials predict that the poll percentage would exceed the last  poll figure this time

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