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Previous Phases Live Voter Turnout 2014 vs 2019 – Assembly Constituency Wise

Phase 5 | Phase 6 |


Phase 7 Live Voter Turnout 2014 vs 2019 | Phase 7 Opinion Poll

 

Seventh Phase Live Updates

5:41:20 PM

Election Commission: Polling has concluded in 542 parliamentary constituencies across states and union territories.

5:34:03 PM

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee after casting her vote: Since morning the torture that BJP workers and CRPF have done during polling in our state, I have never seen it before.

 

5:31:26 PM

BJP writes to Chief Electoral Officer West Bengal, alleging violent incidents in 9 parliamentary constituencies of the state. The letter states, “We have filed 417 complaints to ECI, out of which 227 were resolved, a whopping number of 190 complaints are unresolved”

5:29:09 PM

Average voter turnout of 59.95% recorded till 5 PM.

Bihar – 51.76%

Himachal Pradesh – 63.99%

Madhya Pradesh – 68.30%

Punjab – 58.69%

Uttar Pradesh – 53.77%

West Bengal – 72.91%

Uttarakhand – 68.72%

Chandigarh – 63.57%

#LokSabhaElections2019

 

4:45:30 PM

Moon Moon Sen says Kolkata clashes ‘tiny bit of violence’

4:37:00 PM

Violence in West Bengal: Crude bombs were hurled today at many places to intimidate voters. No injuries reported. A camp office of Trinamool Congress was ransacked at Bhatpara. Trinamool Congress candidate for Bhatpara assembly constituency, Madan Mitra alleged that he was attacked. Trinamool Congress and BJP workers clashed near a polling station.

4:28:42 PM

 

4:07:57 PM

Police official on polling duty allegedly attacked for stopping bogus voting at polling in Arrah, Bihar.

4:06:54 PM


4:03:00 PM

Average voter turnout of 52.89% recorded till 4 PM.

Bihar – 46.66%

Himachal Pradesh – 56.52%

Madhya Pradesh – 59.38%

Punjab – 48.74%

Uttar Pradesh – 46.58%

West Bengal – 63.66%

Uttarakhand – 64.81%

Chandigarh – 51.18%

#LokSabhaElections2019

 

3:45:15 PM

Madan Mitra, TMC candidate in Bhatpara by-poll alleges bombs thrown targeting his car.

3:42:49 PM

One injured following clashes in two groups outside polling booth number 122 in Talwandi Sabo; police say, “poll violence took place here, one person opened fire. We’ve recorded statements and registered a case. Polling has resumed”.

3:16:30 PM


3:03:00 PM

Patna: Polling was stopped at booth number 101 & 102 in Sarkuna village of Paliganj after a clash broke out between two groups.

2:48:04 PM

A delegation of the Samajwadi Party met Election commission officials and complained about the “unfair elections in the state.” The delegation apprised the Commission about several incidents which they alleged were against democratic rules. Among the incidents, SP mentioned were clashes between SP and BJP workers in Chandauli, the allegation that Dalit voters were paid Rs 500 by BJP workers and their fingers were inked and an alleged booth capturing attempt in Chandauli.

2:29:56 PM

Average voter turnout of 41.48% recorded till 2 PM.

Bihar – 36.20%

Himachal Pradesh – 44.82%

Madhya Pradesh – 46.03%

Punjab – 37.89%

Uttar Pradesh – 37.00%

West Bengal – 49.87%

Uttarakhand – 52.89%

Chandigarh – 37.50%

#LokSabhaElections2019

 

2:27:41 PM

Blood Donation Camp set up alongside polling booth in Khandwa Madhya Pradesh: A special blood donation camp was set up at Khandwa by the JPB Club Blood Donation Group where voters are donating blood on the occasion of polling.

2:06:27 PM

Punjab CM Capt. Amarinder Singh: There is no war of words with Navjot Singh Sidhu, if he is ambitious, it’s fine, people have ambitions. I have known him since childhood, I have no difference of opinion with him. He probably wants to become CM and replace me, that is his business.

1:56:00 PM

Fear bloodbath by TMC after voting gets over, says Defense Minister Nirmala Sitharaman.

 

1:48:20 PM


1:41:30 PM

Varanasi: Congress’s Ajay Rai who is contesting against Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the parliamentary constituency of Varanasi, said after casting his vote at a polling booth here earlier today, “work is being carried out in Varanasi on a temporary basis, nothing is permanent”

1:40:35 PM

Farid Alam, a police officer posted at booth number 11, Government Middle School, in Maheshpur block of Pakur in Jharkhand has been removed from poll duty with immediate effect by Deputy Commissioner-cum-District Electoral Officer, DC Chaudhary after he was accused of pressurizing voters to vote for a particular candidate in the ongoing Lok Sabha election. After a protest by voters, the complaint was escalated to DC who removed Alam from the polling booth.

1:38:21 PM

Tej Pratap Yadav in Patna, Bihar: My bouncers have not done anything. I was leaving after casting my vote when a photographer hit the windscreen of my car. I have filed an FIR in the incident. A conspiracy is being hatched to kill me.

 

1:37:00 PM

 


1:34:40 PM

Average voter turnout of 41.29% recorded till 1 PM.

Bihar – 36.20%

Himachal Pradesh – 42.22%

Madhya Pradesh – 45.81%

Punjab – 37.86%

Uttar Pradesh – 37.00%

West Bengal – 49.79%

Uttarakhand – 52.89%

Chandigarh – 37.50%

#LokSabhaElections2019

12:55:17 PM

Tej Pratap Yadav’s personal security guards in Patna beat a camera person after he allegedly broke the windscreen of Yadav’s car. Tej Pratap Yadav was leaving after casting his vote. Yadav has filed an FIR in the incident.

12:53:55 PM

Manoj Sinha casts his vote at a polling booth in Ghazipur.

 

12:52:31 PM

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh: By & large elections have been peaceful in the state, 1 incident of murder was reported from Tarn-Taran but the initial police report says it was a case of personal enmity; Law&Order situation is peaceful. We’ll beat both BJP&Akali Dal

12:50:44 PM

Congress Worker Killed In Punjab: A Congress worker was attacked with sharp-edged weapons and killed as soon as he came out from the polling booth in village Sarhli of Khadoor Sahib constituency in Punjab. The deceased has been identified as Bunty. Victim’s family alleged that Shiromani Akali Dal workers attacked and killed Bunty.

12:33:15 PM


12:22:56 PM

Average voter turnout of 25.49% recorded till 12 Noon

Bihar – 18.90%

Himachal Pradesh – 28.14%

Madhya Pradesh – 29.48%

Punjab – 23.45%

Uttar Pradesh – 23.16%

West Bengal – 32.25%

Uttarakhand – 31.39%

Chandigarh – 22.30%

#LokSabhaElections2019

 

12:18:19 PM

BJP candidate from Pataliputra parliamentary constituency, Ram Kripal Yadav has filed a complaint with Election Commission alleging booth capturing in his constituency. He says that some people are threatening voters and trying to capture the booths. He also alleged that his party workers are being beaten up and their vehicles were vandalized.

12:10:39 PM

Villagers boycott polls in Bihar: Locals boycott elections at booth number-299 in Chandora village, Rajgir Block of Nalanda District say, ‘No roads, No votes.’ EVM and Block Development Officer’s car vandalized.

12:06:54 PM

 

12:03:58 PM

Two government employees engaged in election duty died in separate incidents in Madhya Pradesh, an official said on Sunday. Garu Singh Chogad, who was deployed at the Jalwat polling booth in Dhar Lok Sabha constituency, died after suffering heart failure on Sunday morning, state’s Chief Electoral Officer VL Kantha Rao told reporters.

11:59:51 AM

Stone pelted at Bengal BJP candidate Rahul Sinha near Park Circus.

11:54:08 AM

Clashes were reported between Samajwadi Party and BJP supporters over voting first in Chandauli’s Parahupur polling booth. Police have brought the situation under control now.

 

11:51:10 AM

NPF to withdraw support to BJP-led coalition govt in Manipur.

11:45:05 AM


11:36:42 AM

People have boycotted elections at 9 places in today’s polling across Uttar Pradesh and efforts are by authorities to convince voters to exercise their franchise, says Election officer BD Tiwari in Lucknow.

11:32:09 AM

Three people assaulted police officers at booth number 67 in Bhabhua of Sasaram in Bihar. One police officer was injured. Voting was halted for an hour. The Kaimur SP has confirmed the arrest of criminals.

 

11:28:09 AM

Average voter turnout of 24.64% recorded till 11 AM

Bihar – 18.90%

Himachal Pradesh – 23.10%

Madhya Pradesh – 27.93%

Punjab – 23.36%

Uttar Pradesh – 21.89%

West Bengal – 32.25%

Uttarakhand – 30.33%

Chandigarh – 22.30%

#LokSabhaElections2019

11:23:57 AM

BJP MP candidate Anupam Hazra at polling booth number 150/137 in Jadavpur: Women TMC workers with covered faces are casting proxy votes, it is difficult to establish their identity. When we raised an objection to it, they created a ruckus at the polling station.

11:22:17 AM

North Kolkata CPM candidate Kaninika Bose (Ghosh) alleged that polling agents were beaten up and not allowed to sit inside the booths.

11:19:15 AM

Violations of the poll code were reported in Jehanabad Lok Sabha constituency in Bihar as voters there took photos of the EVM and VVPAT slips and posted them on social media.

 

11:11:49 AM

West Bengal Update: Additional forces arrive at polling station number 189 in Basirhat, where voters alleged that TMC workers are not allowing voters to cast their votes.

11:09:42 AM


11:06:21 AM

 

11:01:46 AM

Harsimrat Kaur Badal in Badal village: Congress have brought their goons here from outside. Y’day, their goons in Mansa conducted checking of cars. We complained to poll officials but no action was taken. In Bhatinda Rural, BJP worker Titu Randhawa was also attacked.

 

10:56:41 AM

RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav’s photo has been replaced with someone else’s on an EVM in the Pataliputra Lok Sabha constituency.

10:44:22 AM

Protest outside a polling booth in West Bengal: Voters hold a protest outside polling station number 189 in Basirhat, allege that TMC workers are not allowing them to cast their vote. BJP MP candidate from Basirhat, Sayantan Basu says, “100 people were stopped from voting. We will take them to cast their vote.”

10:42:41 AM

No voting in 3 hours at booth 53 in Konarpur of Jadavpur constituency in West Bengal.

 

10:36:21 AM

Bombing at a polling booth in West Bengal: An incident of a bombing was reported outside Deganga’s booth number 66/67. It has been alleged that some unidentified men came riding a bike, hurled a few bombs and as soon as forces rushed in, left the bike there and fled away.

10:30:05 AM

Average voter turnout of 11.75% recorded till 10 AM

Bihar – 10.65%

Himachal Pradesh – 12.27%

Madhya Pradesh – 13.19%

Punjab – 10.01%

Uttar Pradesh – 10.35%

West Bengal – 14.95%

Uttarakhand – 15.00%

Chandigarh – 10.40%

#LokSabhaElections2019

10:25:13 AM

 

10:21:31 AM

Trinamool Congress writes to EC, states, ‘Election campaign for the last phase of polling for Lok Sabha polls is over, surprisingly Narendra Modi’s Kedarnath Yatra is being widely covered by the media for the last 2 days. This is a gross violation of the model code of conduct.’

10:19:34 AM

My appeal to the voters of Patna Sahib is to elect a strong prime minister in the interest of the country: Ravi Shankar Prasad.

10:16:31 AM

 

10:14:27 AM

Polling Officer dies of Asthma in Uttar Pradesh: One Rajaram posted at the booth number 381 Pipraich in Gorakhpur died while the polling was underway. He was an asthma patient.

10:03:19 AM

BJP’s CK Bose: Last night, I was getting calls from my workers from different booths that they have been threatened by TMC’s ‘jihadi’ brigade that if you sit as booth agents for BJP, you’ll be murdered. There’s no difference between a terrorist organization & TMC.

10:02:01 AM

Four workers of the ruling Communist Party of India (Marxist), including a panchayat member, and three of the Indian Union Muslim League, a constituent of the Congress-led UDF were found by the Election Commission to have engaged in bogus voting in the polls on 23 April. The poll panel has ordered police cases to be registered against all of them. Fake voting was confirmed with the help of the webcast machinery present in the booths.

 

9:48:41 AM

Repolling in Kerala: Voting in seven booths under the Kannur and Kasargod constituencies in Kerala, where bogus voting in the polling on 23 April was confirmed by election commission is on with heavy security. More than 100 police officials have been posted in and around each booth to ensure free and fair voting.

9:47:24 AM

Congress MP Candidate from Chandigarh, Pawan Kumar Bansal casts his vote at booth no 228, Government Model High School, Sector 28 C.

9:44:27 AM

9:38:05 AM

Villagers boycott polls in Uttar Pradesh: Villagers of Sanegpur and Pardahapur in Mau have boycotted the elections over non-development of the area. Meanwhile, sugarcane farmers at booth number 64 and 65 in Kushinagar district have boycotted the polls over non-payment of dues. Senior officials have reached the spot and are requesting them to vote.

9:33:25 AM

EVM glitches in Madhya Pradesh: A malfunction was reported on the EVM machine after polling staff put ink marks on 11 people at Sirpur polling booth number 257. The 11 can no longer vote now. Congress leaders Golu Agnihotri and Vivek Pawar have raised this issue with poll officers and lodged a complaint to the District Election Officer over the phone, after which polling resumed.

9:28:22 AM

Average voter turnout of 9.44% recorded till 9 AM

Bihar – 10.65%

Himachal Pradesh – 2.44%

Madhya Pradesh – 11%

Punjab – 8.06%

Uttar Pradesh – 6.97%

West Bengal – 13.41%

Uttarakhand – 14.38%

Chandigarh – 10.40%

#LokSabhaElections2019

9:27:00 AM

UP CM Yogi Adityanath: Elections are a festival in a democracy, the way people have participated in these elections is commendable. Compare UP and West Bengal, violence wasn’t reported from UP in the last 6 phases of elections, unlike West Bengal.

9:26:23 AM

Union Minister and BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad cast his vote at booth no. 77 in Patna Women’s College.

9:24:29 AM

CM Mamata Banerjee’s nephew & TMC leader, Abhishek Banerjee casts his vote at polling booth no. 208 in South Kolkata Parliamentary Constituency.

 

9:23:44 AM

BJP Lok Sabha candidate from South Kolkata parliamentary constituency, CK Bose casts his vote at a polling booth in City College, in Kolkata.

9:22:35 AM

9:22:12 AM

Bihar Deputy CM Sushil Modi casts his vote at booth number 49 in Patna.

9:21:45 AM

Chief Minister of Bihar, Nitish Kumar: Elections should not be held over such a long duration, there was a long gap between each phase of voting. I will write to leaders of all parties to build a consensus on this.

9:21:07 AM

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar casts his vote at polling booth number 326 at a school in Raj Bhawan, Patna.

9:15:52 AM

8:30:48 AM

Voting begins at 7 AM for 59 parliamentary constituencies in the 7th phase of Lok Sabha Elections 2019 across Bihar, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, MP, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Chandigarh.

 

 

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