Highest voting in Naxalite area, big things about voting in Maharashtra…


Voting for the first phase of lok sabha elections in maharashtra has ended yesterday. Voting was held for 5 lok sabha seats yesterday. In the first phase, 62 percent of voting took place in five seats: nagpur, Ramtek, Bhandara-Gondia, Chandrapur, and Gadchiroli-Chimur. elections are to be held in 5 phases for 48 lok sabha seats in Maharashtra. Now in the second phase, voting will be held on 26th april on 8 seats of Yavatmal-Wasim, Buldhana, Nanded, Hingoli, Parbhani, Amravati, Akola, and Wardha.


After this, voting will be held on the remaining lok sabha seats on 7, 13 and 20 May. But was there anything special in the first phase of voting? Let's take a look at this.


Understand in 5 points how special the first phase of voting was


• In maharashtra, 62 percent of voting took place on 5 seats in the first phase, while 64 percent of voting took place in the 2019 lok sabha elections. There has been a decline of 2 percent in the first phase of voting. Rising temperature is being said to be the reason for the decline in voting percentage.


• The most surprising thing in the first phase of voting was that maximum voting took place in Naxal affected area of Gadchiroli. More than 66 percent of voting took place here.


• The lowest voting percentage was recorded in nagpur at 54.46 percent. Apart from this, 69.43 percent of voting took place in Gadchiroli-Chimur, 64.08 percent in Bhandara-Gondia, 60.35 percent in Chandrapur, and 59.58 percent in Ramtek.


• The world's shortest voter Jyoti Amge cast her vote in nagpur, Maharashtra. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Jyoti Amge's height is only 62.8 centimeters.


• In Chandrapur lok sabha seat, there were many cases of VVPAT irregularities at some places and names of citizens missing from the voter list at some places.


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