5.26 Percent Voted In 1 Hour For Ls Polls, Says Marri Shashidhar Reddy
The Lok Sabha elections in Telangana have seen a noteworthy hop in casting a ballot rate over the most recent 60 minutes — for example between 5 pm to 6 pm — in each of the 17 electorates on April 11, as indicated by a grumbling held up by Congress pioneer Marri Shashidhar Reddy.
"The casting a ballot rate was 67 percent at 5 pm on April 11, yet the casting a ballot achieved 73.2 percent before the finish of surveying at 6 pm — demonstrating a 6. 2 percent casting a ballot over the most recent 60 minutes," Mr. Reddy said in his protest with the Election Commission.
"There is a huge contrast in casting a ballot rate between 5 pm and 6 pm on surveying day. The normal level of votes surveyed at 5 pm in every one of the 17 parliamentary bodies electorate is 59.62 percent, while the normal level of votes toward the finish of the surveying in each of the 17-voting public was 64.32. This shows 5.26 percent electorate had practiced their casting a ballot directly over the most recent 60 minutes," Mr. Reddy said.
He claimed that there has been an expansion of 14.13 percent in the Nizamabad voting public, which implies about 2.19 lakh cast a ballot were surveyed after 5 pm. In Secunderabad, around 1.38 lakh cast a ballot were surveyed after 5 pm. It was very comparative in Khammam. "Be that as it may, Chevella displayed an alternate situation as the casting a ballot rate in the voting demographic had really declined by 0.58 percent in the last hour, which implies the absolute number of votes surveyed have diminished by 14,146 when contrasted with the votes surveyed at 5 pm, which works out to just 5 casts a ballot for every individual. This must be clarified in an unexpected way, said Mr. Reddy.