Voting commences in Odisha for five LS constituencies & 35 Assembly Seats

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Published By : Prameya News Bureau | May 20, 2024 IST

Voting kicked off at 7:00 am on Monday for five Lok Sabha constituencies and the corresponding 35 Assembly seats in Odisha

Bhubaneswar, May 20: Voting kicked off at 7:00 am on Monday for five Lok Sabha constituencies and the corresponding 35 Assembly seats in Odisha. The polling stations are bustling with activity as citizens exercise their democratic right.


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Polling is underway in the Aska, Bargarh, Bolangir, Kandhamal, and Sundargarh Lok Sabha constituencies, along with the Assembly segments falling under them. 35 candidates are vying for seats in the Lok Sabha, while 265 candidates are competing across the 35 Assembly constituencies. Notable figures in the fray include Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, who is contesting from Hinjili and Kantabanji Assembly constituencies, Union Minister Jual Oram, and former Team India hockey captain Dilip Tirkey.


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A substantial electorate of 79.69 lakh eligible voters, comprising 39.35 lakh women and 851 transgender individuals, are exercising their voting rights across 9,162 polling stations.


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The polling process will continue throughout the day, concluding in the evening, as citizens play their part in shaping the political landscape of the state.

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