Padmanabhanagar highest and Bommanahalli lowest polling booth

In the city’s three Lok Sabha constituencies, Bangalore is the highest voter turnout in the Central Lok Sabha. In the Assembly constituency, the highest number of polling booths in Padmanabhanagar and the lowest voter turnout in Bommanahalli.

Bangalore South, North and Central Lok Sabha constituencies cover 24 assembly constituencies. In the Padmanabhanagar constituency, 2,74,501 voters, 1,61,266 voters cast their vote and 58.75 per cent voted. Yashwantpur and Chikkapet constituencies share the second position with 58.43 per cent. The Bommanahalli Assembly constituency has the highest number of voters (47.03 per cent). There are 4,25,423 voters in this constituency and 2,00,066 voters cast their vote.

The people of Silicon City were disappointed with the prospect of being able to participate in the polls. Like every Lok Sabha election, the voter turnout in the city was lower than in the other states of the state. The Commission did not give the results of BBMP to increase the voting percentage. Millions of crores for awareness The cost was nothing to benefit.
‘What will not change by one vote,’ many voters disagree, ‘Who won, we did not have to work’. But there are many instances where one vote has changed many political predictions. It is ironic that the situation has to be forced to force people to vote for a government they want.

The list of voters was updated three times in 2018. 2019. The name was added to the list of voters until the 16th. The Commission has also appealed to the people several times to check whether or not the names of the voters are listed. However, people returned to the polling booth without checking the voter list and expressing their anger over the name being deleted.

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