Assembly Elections 2019: Maharashtra records 55 per cent voter turnout by 5:50 pm

According to the reports by 5:50 pm, Dahanu had recorded the highest number of voters with a voting turnout of 60 per cent for Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2019

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As the day for Maharashtra Assembly Election Polls 2019 comes to an end, the state recorded a voter turnout of 55 per cent by 5:50 pm. Alongside, around 44 per cent Mumbai City voters along with close to 47 per cent Mumbai Suburb voters had cast their votes by 5:50 pm for the Assembly Elections.

The highest voter turnout was recorded for Boisar with 60 per cent of voters exercising their Right To Vote. 

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The final report for the amount of voter turnout will be released by 8:00 pm as the voting booths were shut down at 6:00 pm for voters.

The assembly elections in Maharashtra were scheduled on October 21 and people went on to vote to elect their representative in 288 constituencies across the state.

Update:

Recent report indicates 56.02 per cent voter turnout by 6:30 pm.

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