West Bengal Prime Minister Mamata Banerjee, who is rejecting the election of the Bhabanipur constituency in order to keep his presidency, voted for the Mitra Institution school around 3pm on Thursday.The turnout in the Bhabanipur constituency was 53.32% on Thursday at 5 p.m. The value stayed low throughout the day, at 48.08 percent at 3 p.m., 35.97 percent at 1 p.m., 21.73 percent at 11 a.m. and 7.57 percent at 9 a.m.
The elections began on Thursday at 7 a.m. in front of the polling stations for the headquarters of Bhabanipur and two other constituencies under strict security measures and Covid-19. To ensure perfect security and peaceful elections in Bhabanipur on Thursday, the election commission decided on Wednesday to deploy 20 more armed police companies at the central level.The constituency, which Mamata has elected twice and considered her home, pitied the Trinamool Supreme Congress against two young faces: Priyanka Tibrewal of BJP and Srijib Biswas of CPM.
This time around, however, the poll has special meaning as Banerjee struggles to remain the state's CM while the BJP is looking at a Nandigram reminding that Trinamool's boss conducted the polls against Suvendu Adhikari and lost more earlier this year .The vote will take place in Bhabanipur in the south of Calcutta and at the headquarters of Jangipur and Samserganj in the Murshidabad district. A total of 6,97,164 voters can exercise their right to vote in the three constituencies. The votes will be counted on October 3rd. Pipili's seat in Puri, Odisha, will also vote today.
Sources:- the Indian express
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