Tamil Nadu election 2024: Voter Turnout of 51.41% so far...

Voter Turnout So Far: 51.41%; Shah Says bjp Anticipates 'Best Show in South'. For the first of the seven phases of the lok sabha elections, polling for all 39 seats in Tamil Nadu started at seven in the morning on Friday.June 4 will see the announcement of the outcome of the fiercely competitive triangular fight among the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK), bharatiya janata party (BJP), and the All india Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK).

Important contenders to keep an eye on in Tamil Nadu are AIADMK leader Singai Ramachandran and state BJP president K Annamalai, who is running from Coimbatore against DMK stalwart Ganapathy P Rajkumar. BJP's Tamilisai Soundararajan will compete against Thamizhachi Thangapandian of the DMK and J Jayavardhan of the AIADMK for the Chennai South Lok Sabha seat.While the state head of the bjp, Annamalai, expressed confidence and stated that the people of tamil Nadu will give prime minister Narendra Modi a resounding mandate, opposition leaders, such as stalin -Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>udhayanidhi stalin of the DMK and karti chidambaram of the Congress, predicted that the india coalition would win all 39 seats.

According to state Chief Electoral Officer Satyabrata Sahoo, 51.41% of voters in tamil Nadu have cast ballots as of 3 PM in the first phase of the state's elections. Dharmapuri has recorded the highest voting percentage, at 57.86%. Namakkal, with 57.67% of the vote, finishes in second. Reports of minimum voting have been received for Chennai's three constituencies. The percentages for Chennai Central, South, and North are 41.47%, 42.10%, and 44.84%, respectively. Voting is proceeding without a hitch everywhere.

The Election Commission of India reports that up till 3 PM, 51.18 percent of voters cast ballots in Tamil Nadu. The Salem seat saw the highest voter turnout, 60.05 percent, while South Chennai saw the lowest turnout, 40.98 percent. 

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