Mumbai Witnesses A Decline In The Number Of Voters

Mumbai has 10 assembly seats i.e. Colaba, Mumbadevi, Malabar Hill, Byculla, Sewri, Worli, Dharavi, Sion Koliwada, Wadala and Mahim.

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With only a few days left for the Vidhan Sabha Elections, the political parties have started gearing up their game. However, according to recent data released by the authorities it has been stated that the number of voters in Mumbai has reduced drastically. Mumbai has 10 assembly seats i.e. Colaba, Mumbadevi, Malabar Hill, Byculla, Sewri, Worli, Dharavi, Sion Koliwada, Wadala and Mahim.

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According to officials, this time the population has decreased by 7.56 per cent as compared to the 2011 census. In 2009, there were 26,87,166 people in the above-mentioned areas and in 2014 it was decreased to 24,57,195. According to the latest data, currently, the total number of voters in these areas is 25,04,73. Of these, 13,68,482 are males while 11,35,777 are females and 108 are transgenders. There are a total of 138 voters in the city of Mumbai who are above 100 years of age.

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