Punjab and chandigarh Lok Sabha Election Phase 7 Voting LIVE
There is violence in the seventh and last phase of elections in Punjab in Lok Sabha Election 2019. A young man has died in the clash during the voting of Sarli in the village of Tarn Taran in Khadur Sahib Lok Sabha constituency. The killed youth is said to be a Congress supporter. At the same time, there was a clash between two groups of Congress workers in Sagarur. Four people were seriously injured in this. Congress and BJP in Hashiyarpur got clashed Some people were injured in this.
Congress supporters killed in Tarn Taran in election violence; Four injured in clashes between two groups in Sangrur
Punjab has so far received 23.06 percent voting. Chandigarh has so far received 18.70 percent voting. There have been long queues at polling booths in many places, and in some places there are fewer voters. In some places there have been complaints of EVM problems. This is due to the delay in starting the poll. Strict security has been done for voting. Polling started at seven o’clock in the morning.
In Punjab, the electorate will decide the fate of 278 candidates including 24 women in total of 13 seats and will file it in the EVM. Similarly, in the Chandigarh constituency, the voters will decide the fate of 36 candidates including nine women. In order to conduct independent and fair elections in the state, 30 thousand para military forces and 72 thousand Punjab police personnel have been deployed.
At least eight candidates in the Hoshiarpur (Aja) parliamentary seat in Punjab are in the fray. 30 candidates from Amritsar are contesting the most candidates. A total of 23,213 polling stations have been set up in the state. Gurdaspur, Amritsar, Khadur Sahib, Jalandhar (Aja), Hoshiarpur (Aja), Anandpur Sahib, Ludhiana, Fatehgarh Sahib (Ajza), Faridkot (Aja), Ferozepur, Bathinda, Sangrur, Patiala and Chandigarh till 6 pm in the seventh phase. Will be voting.
On the other hand, there are 36 candidates contesting in Chandigarh, out of which 9 are women. A total of 597 polling stations have been set up in this constituency. There are 6,46,084 voters in the Chandigarh constituency, out of which 3,41,640 are male voters; 3,04,423 female voters and 21 voters belong to the Third Gender.
-11.32 AM: Two factions of Congress workers clashed together at village Ilwal in Sangrur. Four people were injured in this.
-11.27 AM: So far, 23.06 percent voting was registered in Punjab. Until last news in Chandigarh, voting was 18.70 percent.
Voting till now
-11.20 AM: Punjab has so far polled 21.64 percent. Until last news in Chandigarh, voting was 18.70 percent.
-11.5 AM: The youth who was killed in a clash during polling in Saranali village of Tarnaratan is said to be named Bunty. His father’s name is Charanjit Singh. Two factions clashed outside the polling booth and Bunty died in the attack. The attacking revolutionaries are being described as workers of the army and Shiromani Akali Dal candidate Bibi Jagir Kaur is a supporter of.
-11.04 AM: In Punjab, 11.26 percent voting has been done so far.
-10.35 AM: News about the death of a young man in a clash during polling in Sarnali village of Tarntaran. The killed youth is being told as a Congress supporter.
– 10.21 AM: 10.01 percent weightage in Punjab so far.
– 10.17 AM: There is a sense of voting in the elections with the youth. Older people and first time voters are also being honored at the polling booths. Bhajan Kaur, a 100-year-old woman, who voted for Booth No. 118 in Badal village of Muksar Sahib, reached there.
– 10.15 AM: After the voting of 93-year-old Rajnath Malhotra, in the North Assembly constituency of Amritsar, in the booth number 176, Election Officer was given a testimonial.
– 10.13 AM: In the village of Gurdaspur, Coet Mohan Lal, the two factions of the Congress fight together. Two injured including son of Sarpanch
– 9.55 AM: There has been 9.94 percent voting in Punjab so far.
– 9.36 AM: Chandigarh has so far received 10.40 percent voting.
– 9.35 AM: In Punjab, 9.66 percent voting has been done so far.
– 8.48 AM: Deterioration in booth number 76 EVM of Mahatma Gandhi School Ward Number 18 in Abohar. The voting effect was done. In Jandwala Hanumanta, voting stopped due to EVM degradation.
– 8.16 AM: EVMs have been found in several places in Bathinda city. Voting stopped in the ward number 12 and 37 due to machine fault. Voting started in late on Ward number 14 booth number 97 also.
– 7.48AM: In the Red Rose School of Ludhiana, voting was hampered by EVM machine scarcity. Now the EVM has been changed.
-7.40 AM: Gurdaspur, Patiala, Amritsar and Hashiyarpur also have long queues for waiters at polling booths.
– 7.34 AM: Polling was hampered by EVM machine of Bathinda city light booth number 37. The long queues are waiting in the queue.
7.32 AM: Cricketer Harbhajan Singh arrived in Jalandhar to vote on polling booth of Gada.
– 7.30 AM: The team of Dogs Scout examined before casting the cloud family vote on booth number 118 in village Badal.
– 7.27 AM: Excitement for people to vote in all the seats of the state. Women are also reaching a considerable number of votes. A large number of voters are coming to cast votes in all areas including Jalandhar, Chandigarh
– 7.21 AM: Disruption in AVM in Booth No. 151 of the City Council in Rupnagar. The machine was okay in the mok pole.
– 7.16 AM: Polling has started now from Ludhiana’s booth number 96 to 100.
– 7.15 AM: Polling has not started yet due to EVM machine fault in Booth No. 90 of Moga’s Mission School. This booth has to vote for former Agriculture Minister Jathedar Tota Singh. He and his wife are waiting to stand out with the people.
– 7.12 AM: Polling started in Ludhiana booth No. 96 to 100.
– 7.10 AM: In many places polling stations are beautifully decorated.
– 7.01 AM: Voting on 13 seats of Lok Sabha and one seat in Chandigarh in Punjab
Atwal is the oldest
Akali Dal-BJP candidate Charanjit Singh Atwal is the oldest candidate from Jalandhar in 278 candidates who have won the Lok Sabha elections from 13 Lok Sabha seats in Punjab. He is 82 years old. At the same time, four independents are the youngest. Rishabh Sharma from Patiala, Parampreet Singh from Gurdaspur, Gautam and Shubham Kumar from Amritsar are only 25 years old.
Total polling station
|Service Voter||More than 1 Lac|
Total Voters – 2,08,92,674
Male Voters – 1,10,59,828
Female voters – 98,32,286 female voters
Third Gender Voter – 560
Total voters – 6,46,084
Male Voters – 3,41,640
Third Gender Voter – 21 Voters
Where are the voters