44% voting till 3 PM: violence in Asansol of Bengal, allegations of rigging on a booth
Polling is going on in 71 seats of nine states in the fourth phase of Lok Sabha elections. On average, 44% of the voting took place till 3 pm. 59% of the votes cast in Bengal In the fourth phase in Bengal, the incidents of violence were also reported. In Asansol, the BJP and Trinamool workers have the biggest clashes. At the same time, rigging was claimed on the Ketu Gram polling booth of East Burdwan. The alleged rigged video also became viral. In it, two or two people were seen together instead of voting. Union Minister Babul Supriyo accused Mamta’s government of rigging.
Meanwhile, BJP candidate Babul Supriyo, appearing in Asansol’s polling booth 199, was scolding the presiding officer. Babul asked- Why are you standing here? Sit in your place. After this, when they came out of here, the Trinamool activists demolished their vehicle. Here is a clash between the security forces and the workers. The security forces had to lathi-charging to control them. Trinamool Congress complained to the Commission in this matter. Trinamool has made Munmun Sen a candidate against Supriyo in Asansol.
Where and how much polling
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There are 12.87 million voters in the fourth phase. 943 candidates are in the fray. 33% of these are millionaires. 23% have criminal cases registered. In this phase, 17 seats in Maharashtra, 13-13 in Rajasthan, 8 in West Bengal, 6 in Madhya Pradesh-Odisha, 5 in Bihar, 3 in Jharkhand and one in Jammu and Kashmir. Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag seat is going to be voted in 3 phases.