Shimla Lok Sabha constituency: 71.26% voting recorded, highest 79.99% voting in Nahan and lowest 63.37% voting in Kasumpti

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Under Shimla parliamentary constituency, the highest voting was recorded in Nahan and the lowest in Kasumpti

Voters standing in long queues in Nahan

Voters standing in long queues in Nahan

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Reported & Written By Kumud Sharma, Diary Times, Shimla, June 01Shimla District Election Officer and DC Anupam Kashyap said that a total of 71.26% voting has been recorded in seventeen assembly constituencies of three districts of Shimla parliamentary constituency.He said that 13 lakh 46 thousand 369 voters are registered in Shimla parliamentary constituency, out of which 6 lakh 91 thousand 889 are male voters and 6 lakh 55 thousand 921 are female voters.

He said that a total of 2083 polling stations were set up in Shimla parliamentary constituency. Voting was conducted in a transparent and peaceful manner in all 2083 polling stations.

Under Shimla parliamentary constituency, the highest voting was recorded in Nahan and the lowest in Kasumpti.

Anupam Kashyap said that 71.36 percent voting was recorded in Solan district under Shimla parliamentary constituency, out of which 68.11 percent was recorded in Arki assembly constituency, 71.83 percent in Nalagarh assembly constituency, 73.84 percent in Doon assembly constituency, 68.60 percent in Solan assembly constituency and 76.15 percent in Kasauli assembly constituency.He said that 592 polling stations were set up in Solan district.

Along with this, a total of 74.65 percent voting was recorded in Sirmaur district under Shimla parliamentary constituency, out of which 73.12 percent voting was recorded in Pachhad assembly constituency, 79.99 percent in Nahan assembly constituency, 72.30 percent in Shri Renuka Ji assembly constituency, 75.78 percent polling was recorded in Paonta Sahib assembly constituency and 71.22 percent polling was recorded in Shillai assembly constituency. He said that 589 polling stations were set up in Sirmaur district.

 

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He said that a total of 69.27 percent voting was recorded in Shimla district, including 67.52 percent in Chaupal assembly constituency, 66.61 percent in Theog assembly constituency, 63.37 percent in Kasumpti assembly constituency, 64 percent in Shimla assembly constituency, 66.72 percent in Shimla Rural Assembly constituency, 75.51 percent in Jubbal-Kotkhai assembly constituency, 74.19 percent in Rampur assembly constituency and 74.43 percent in Rohru assembly constituency. 1058 polling stations were set up in Shimla district.

Anupam Kashyap said that the Shimla district administration expresses gratitude to all the voters of Shimla parliamentary constituency who exercised their important vote in the last phase of the Lok Sabha elections.

He said that the Shimla district administration especially expresses its gratitude to all categories of voters including first time young voters, elderly, women and disabled person for participating in the voting process of the Lok Sabha elections of the year 2024.

Kumud Sharma

Kumud Sharma is the First Well-Known Female Journalist of the Journalism World of Himachal Pradesh. I am the Founder, Editor in Chief, Managing Director, Promoter of Diary Times. As a Female Journalist, With My Experience of More Than Nine Years, I Tell You Every News of Himachal Pradesh From The Ground Level With Absolutely Accurate and Correct Information, Be it the Politics of Himachal Pradesh or the Ground Reality, My Perspective On Every News Will Give You Assurance. I Assure You That Every News of Mine Will Comply With the Expertise and Fact Checking Policy.

 

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