In the 2021 elections to the Tamil Nadu Assembly, 72.54 per cent women cast their votes, while the turnout stood at 73.09 per cent for men
Many did not wear a mask while standing in the line, only to receive a mask and a glove just before voting.
The polling witnessed a sluggish start in the first two hours after it got underway at 7 am. The polling percentage in the Vellore district was 10.8 per cent and 16.58 in Tirupathur district till 9 am
Unlike previous elections, fewer expatriates are coming to Kerala to vote this time owing to Covid-19 curbs.
His statement comes amid seizure of Rs 8.17 crore from various party functionaries across Tamil Nadu between Saturday and Sunday morning.
On April 6, the voting will start at 7 am and go on till 7 pm. You can visit the booth any time and verify your name in the electoral roll again.
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Devakiamma’s name is included in the voters’ list in the Haripad as well as Chengannur assembly constituencies.
The TMC on Monday wrote to the Election Commission seeking the latter's intervention over the issue of allegedly "harbouring of criminals" by BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari in Nandigram.
He said there are multiple bogus voters in three names and addresses under same photograph and thatthis would not have happened without the connivance of government officials.
Sivakumar informed that 7600 bogus voters in Thiruvananthapuram, 8400 in Vattiyoorkavu and 6360 in Nemom have been identified which reveals the gravity of the situation.
Collector Navjot Khosa, after inaugurating the initiative, said that the representation of youth in elections is essential.
The Opposition had pointed out serious errors in the list that require the deletion of names because many of these voters are no longer alive.
Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala on Wednesday alleged widespread irregularities in the voters’ list published for the assembly elections in the state.