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60.46% voting in Maharashtra assembly polls

IndiaTimes Monday, 21 October 2019
Maharashtra assembly elections held on Monday saw a voter turnout of 60.46 per cent till the closing hour of 6 pm, election officials said here. The final figure of polling could increase and it will be available on Tuesday, officials said. The highest turn-out was reported in Karveer constituency in Kolhapur, at 83.20 per cent. The lowest turnout was recorded in south Mumbai's upmarket Colaba area at 40.20 per cent.
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News video: B-Town turns out to vote as Maharashtra goes to Assembly polls

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