auraiya28 minutes ago
There was enthusiasm among the villagers.
The status of polling percentage in Auraiya district became clear on Monday afternoon. A total of 60.98 percent voting could be done in the district. There are many such booths in rural areas where voting was up to 90 percent, while many booths in the area of educated people did not reach 50 percent. In Dibiyapur, only 36.80 polling could be held in booths of establishments like NTPC.
62.51 percent polling in Bidhuna seat
This time the maximum polling in the district was 62.51 percent in Bidhuna seat. Here in 2012, 60.42 percent, 57.73 percent in the 2014 Lok Sabha, 61.50 percent in the 2017 assembly and 60.73 percent in the 2019 Lok Sabha. This time 61.78 percent polling was recorded in Dibiyapur. In 2012, 61.81 percent, 56.66 in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, 61.74 in 2017 and 59.53 percent in the 2019 Lok Sabha. Auraiya saw 58.54 percent voting this time. In 2012, 57.50 in 2014, 55.99 in the Lok Sabha, 57.79 in 2017 and 57.61 percent in the 2019 Lok Sabha. Along with this, 90.31 percent of the primary school, Taibpur here, 88.23 percent in Badua Primary School and 82.37 percent in Sakarwa were recorded in the highest polling booth of Dibiyapur.
enthusiasm shown during voting
Whereas in the same assembly, only 36.80 percent voting could be done in community building NTPC, 43.43 in primary school Kakrahi and 43.79 percent in room number five of VGM degree college. In Auraiya, 89.66 in Purva Mahasukh, 86.07 in Primary School, Belajhar, 79.94 percent in Primary School, Ramnagar. In the same assembly, in the lowest primary school, Purva 37.88, Municipality Inter College room number four 38.78 and Adarsh Central High Mr. Only 40.54 percent voting took place in school Senganpur room number one. 83.50 in primary school Nandpur room number one in Bidhuna seat, 79.96 in primary school Gopiyapur and 79.75 in primary school canal burden, while room number one of primary school urban Rajaram in this seat. In May 43.81, 46.24 in primary school Faizullapur and 47.16 percent in room number two of Kurupara primary school could vote only.