Shocking news! Big mistake in the vote percentage! what happened? What does the election commission say?

Tamil Nadu Chief election Commissioner Satyapratha Saku said that after polling was completed at 6 o'clock, a total of 72.09 percent votes were registered. Of this, the maximum was 81.48 percent in Dharmapuri, 79.25 percent in Kallakurichi, 77.37 percent in Perambalur, and the lowest was 53.10 percent in Central chennai and 54.27 percent in South Chennai. A tense polling booth in tamil Nadu and a huge variation in vote percentage in VIP-contested constituencies have created confusion. In tamil Nadu and Puducherry, the polling was completed in 40 lok sabha constituencies in one phase without any problems. From 7 am, people came eagerly and waited in long queues to register their vote. In this case, every two hours, the election commission released the information about the percentage of votes.

Tamil Nadu Chief election Commissioner Satyapratha Saku said that after polling was completed at 6 o'clock, a total of 72.09 percent votes were registered. Of this, the maximum was 81.48 percent in Dharmapuri, 79.25 percent in Kallakurichi, 77.37 percent in Perambalur, and the lowest was 53.10 percent in Central chennai and 54.27 percent in South Chennai. In this case, the election commission of india has announced that the total voter turnout in tamil Nadu is 69.46 percent, which has caused great confusion. That is, the fact that the election commission of india has reduced the vote by about 3 percent compared to what the election Commissioner of tamil Nadu has announced has caused shock and confusion. In particular, as of 7 pm yesterday in Central chennai, it was said that 67.35 percent of the votes had been recorded, but now it has decreased by 13.44 percent and only 53.91 percent has been recorded in Central Chennai. In South chennai, the voter turnout was 54.27 percent, which was 67.82 percent, in North chennai, it was 60.13 percent, in Coimbatore, it was 71.17 percent, and in Thoothukudi, it was 70.93 percent, and it was 59.96 percent.

Similarly, the voter turnout in Nella was 64.10 percent, in Kanyakumari was 65.46 percent, in Sriperumpathur it was 60.21 percent, in Ramanathapuram it was 71.05 percent it was 68.18 percent and in Theni, it was 71.74 percent it was 69.87 percent. Similarly, there is a wide variation in vote percentage in volatile polling stations and VIP-contested constituencies. In this case, the election commission is expected to release the percentage of total votes that were officially re-recorded today

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