61 percent voting in two Lok Sabha seats of Goa till 3 pm

Panaji. On an average, 61 percent voting has taken place in the two Lok Sabha seats of Goa till 3 pm on Tuesday. The officers provided this information. According to data shared by election officials, 61.28 percent voters in North Goa exercised their franchise, while 61.5 percent voters in South Goa cast their votes. Voting began at 7 am in 1,725 ​​centers across three seats. 863 polling stations were set up in North Goa and 862 in South Goa.

In the early hours of voting, outgoing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP from North Goa Shripad Naik, BJP’s South Goa candidate Pallavi Dempo and Congress candidates Ramakant Khalap and Viriato Fernandes from North Goa and South Goa respectively exercised their franchise. . Revolutionary Goans Party’s North Goa candidate Manoj Parab and South Goa candidate Rupert Perera also voted in the early hours of polling. There were no long queues outside polling stations in the early hours of voting.

An election official said a large number of voters were expected at the end of the day. There are 1,725 ​​polling stations in the state, including 863 in the North Goa constituency and 862 in the South Goa constituency. More than 11 lakh voters are eligible to exercise their franchise in the elections for two Lok Sabha seats in Goa. A total of 16 candidates are in the fray in North and South Goa Lok Sabha constituencies.

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