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Brisk polling recorded in biggest poll exercise, polling peaceful in 121 seats of 12 states
NETV Bureau
April 17, Delhi

121 constituencies spread across 12 states went to poll on Thursday in the fifth phase of General Elections. More than 195 million voters were to decide the electoral fortunes of 1,762 candidates who are in the fray. Polling was held in 28 seats in Karnataka, followed by 20 in Rajasthan, 19 in Maharashtra, 11 each in Uttar Pradesh and Odisha, 10 in Madhya Pradesh, 7 in Bihar, 6 in Jharkhand, 4 in West Bengal, 3 in Chhattisgarh and one each in Jammu and Kashmir and Manipur. Polling began on a brisk note in the fifth phase. This is the biggest of the Lok Sabha elections. In Rajasthan, heavy voting was recorded. In Uttar Pradesh, brisk polling was recorded. In Maoist-affected Jharkhand, people came out to vote despite a boycott call by the CPI-Maoists. In Bihar too voter turnout was encouraging. The ruling Congress is forecast to suffer its worst-ever defeat after a decade in power due to public anger over the economic slowdown, high inflation and a string of graft scandals. The BJP leaders exuded confidence of winning an absolute majority in the poll. In Bihar, both RJD’s Misa Bharti and her uncle and BJP candidate Ramkripal Yadav claimed of winning from the prestigious Patliputra seat. Rebel BJP leader Jaswant Singh, who contested as an independent from Barmer in Rajasthan claimed of winning the seat. Singh is contesting as an independent after denied a ticket by the BJP. The party later expelled him. In Maharashtra, top names in the fray are Union home minister Sushilkumar Shinde, Ashok Chavan and Gopinath Munde along with second-generation leaders Supriya Sule and Nilesh Narayan Rane. In Bihar, former chief minister and RJD chief Laloo Prasad, his wife Rabri Devi and their daughter Misa Bharti, the party's candidate from Pataliputra were among the early voters. In Odisha, chief minister Naveen Patnaik's apparently unshakeable credentials will be tested in polling.


Over 80 per cent turnout in second phase Manipur Lok Sabha poll, Sharmila not allowed to vote
NETV Bureau
April 17, Manipur

Over 80% votes were cast in Inner Manipur parliamentary constituency on Thursday. Polling began in 1,256 polling stations in the constituency at 7am and ended at 4pm. Areas in the four valley districts of the state—Imphal East, Imphal West, Thoubal and Bishenpur went to the polls on amidst tight security as more than 11,713 security personnel were deployed to conduct smooth polling. No ballots were cast at Leimaram in Bishenpur district as voters kept away from the polling booths demanding transfer of an officer-in-charge of police of that area. No untoward incident was reported. Meanwhile, Human rights activist Irom Sharmila Chanu, who has been on a fast for 13 years seeking AFSPA repeal was not allowed to vote in the Lok Sabha polls as per law. Sharmila earlier submitted an application expressing her desire to cast her vote. Precautionary measures were taken in view of militant outfit, Manipur Maoist Party, boycotting the poll. The candidates at fray for the inner Manipur parliamentary election are, Dr. Th. Meinya of Congress, Dr. M. Nara of CPI, Dr. RK Ranjan of BJP, Oinam Indira, an independent candidate, S Manaobi of Trinamool Congress, O. Jotin of Jai Mahabharat party, Ibomcha of Aam Admi party and Dr. G. Tonsana Sharma of Manipur Democratic Front.


61 per cent turnout in 9 polling stations of Barak valley
NETV Correspondent
April 17, Guwahati

Repoll concluded peacefully in seven polling centres under Karimganj and two under Silchar Lok Sabha seats in Assam's Barak Valley on Thursday in which 61.15 per cent turnout was recorded. Repolling was held in Karimganj constituency at a polling station in Chargoola LP School under the Ratabari Assembly segment, at Nakirkuna LP School under Karimganj South, at Deorail Maktab, at Bhanga ME School and at Rakeshchandra ME School in Badarpur Assembly segment. In Hailakandi Assembly segment, repolling was held at Gaglacherra ITI LP School and at Ananta Bidyaniketan LP School. Fresh polling was also ordered in Silchar Parliamentary seat's two polling stations at Jagai Mothura ME School under Lakhipur Assembly seat and at Balighat Nimna Prathamik Vidyalaya under Borkhola Assembly seat. The EC ordered the due to EVMs malfunctioning on voting day on April 12.


ABSU, BNC move Election Commission over Baksa violence issue
NETV Correspondent
April 17, Guwahati

The ABSU on Thursday alleged BPF chief Hagrama Mohilari is resorting to violence to get its candidate Chandan Brahma win by using illegal arms. The ABSU president Pramod Bodo on Thursday called on the Chief Election Commissioner and lodged a complaint demanding immediate action. On the other hand, BPF leader Khamfa Borgoyari led a delegation of Bodo National Conference to meet the CEC on Thursday. The delegation complained that ABSU and NDFB-P under the patronage of BPPF candidate UG Brahma and Sapaguri MLA Hitesh Basumataray are inflicting violence on BPF people. They demanded cancellation of UG Brahma's candidature. On Sunday, violence erupted in Sapaguri of Baksa after some BPF workers attacked an ABSU office. In retaliation, the ABSU members too attacked a BPF office. This led to a series of attacks and counter attacks on each other’s offices in the district.

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