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Nearly 12 per cent turnout till 9 am in four Jharkhand Lok Sabha seats

Maoist-hit Singhbhum seat saw about 12.67 per cent voter turnout till 9 am while the same was at 12.20 per cent, about 10.97 per cent and 11.47 per cent in Khunti, Lohardaga and Palamu seats, respectively.

News Arena Network - Ranchi - UPDATED: May 12, 2024, 10:13 PM - 3 mins read

Maoist-hit Singhbhum seat saw about 12.67 per cent voter turnout till 9 am while the same was at 12.20 per cent, about 10.97 per cent and 11.47 per cent in Khunti, Lohardaga and Palamu seats, respectively.

Nearly 12 per cent turnout till 9 am in four Jharkhand Lok Sabha seats

Union Minister and BJP candidate from Khunti Arjun Munda has said he is 'confident that the people of the country will elect BJP and make Narendra Modi Prime Minister once again'. (Source PTI/FILE).


Nearly 12 per cent voter turnout was recorded till 9 am in four Lok Sabha seats in Jharkhand on Monday, election officials said in Ranchi.


Voting started at 7 am in Singhbhum, Lohardaga, Khunti and Palamu seats amid tight security measures and will continue till 5 pm.

 

Maoist-hit Singhbhum seat saw about 12.67 per cent voter turnout till 9 am while the same was at 12.20 per cent, about 10.97 per cent and 11.47 per cent in Khunti, Lohardaga and Palamu seats, respectively.

 

Union Minister and BJP candidate from Khunti Arjun Munda said he was "confident that the people of the country will elect BJP and make Narendra Modi Prime Minister once again." JMM candidate from Singhbhum Lok Sabha seat Joba Manjhi and BJP candidate from Lohardaga Samir Oroan have exercised their franchise.


So far the polling has been peaceful in the four Lok Sabha seats, officials said.


Over 64.37 lakh electors, including 32.07 lakh women and 42 persons belonging to the third gender, are eligible to exercise their franchise.
In all, 45 candidates, including Union Minister Arjun Munda, are in the fray, with teat under the JMM-led ruling alliance's seat-sharing agreement.

 

Palamu presents a direct contest between BJP's sitting MP Vishnu Dayal Ram and RJD's Mamta Bhuiyan as INDIA bloc candidate.

 

In the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, BJP had secured 11 seats and its ally AJShe highest number of 15 contestants in Lohardaga, followed by Singhbhum (14), Palamu (9), and Khunti (7).


To ensure transparency and security, 15,000 4D cameras have been installed across all constituencies for webcasting, Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) K Ravi Kumar told PTI.


A total of 30,380 polling officials have been deployed across 7,595 booths, he added.

 

"Polling parties and materials were air dropped in remote areas of Maoist-hit Singhbhum," West Singhbhum Deputy Commissioner-cum-District Election Officer Kuldeep Chaudhary said.


Singhbhum, which includes Saranda, Asia's densest Sal forest, is among the worst Maoist-affected areas in the country. BJP's Geeta Kora, who won the seat on a Congress ticket in 2019, faces competition from INDIA bloc's Joba Manjhi.

 

In Khunti, Union minister and BJP nominee Arjun Munda competes directly against INDIA bloc's Kalicharan Munda. The saffron party leader had secured a narrow victory in the seat in 2019.

 

Lohardaga might witness a triangular contest, with JMM's Bishunpur MLA Chamra Linda entering the fray as an Independent candidate, challenging BJP's Samir Oraon and INDIA bloc's Sukhdeo Bhagat. The Congress was allocated this sU Party one, while Congress and JMM won one seat each.

 

The intense campaigning leading up to the first phase of polls witnessed heated exchanges between main rivals on issues such as corruption, reservation, Constitution, and electoral promises. 

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