General Election to the Legislative Assemblies of Maharashtra and Haryana: Polling concludes
Mumbai/Chandigarh:The estimated voter turnout till the filing of this report at 7 pm on Monday, 21 October 2019 was Haryana – 62.64% and Maharashtra – 55.83%.
Barring a minor incident in Nuh district in Mewat region where a clash was reported, polling was was by and large conducted peacefully across Haryana. Polling was on low key in Karnal (39.30 per cent), from where Chief Minister M L Khattar is seeking re-election and the constituencyhad recorded a moderate turnout till 3 pm. Till this time, the constituencies where healthy polling was recorded were Julana (61 per cent), Naraingarh (55.60), Mulana reserved segment (54.50), Jagadhri (58.40), Radaur (56.70), Ladwa (61), Thanesar (56), Assandh (52), Tohana (58.20), Fatehabad (58.90), Ellenabad (58) and Garhi Sampla-Kiloi (62.10).
In Maharashtra, polling began on a low note in Mumbai. In contrast polling was brisk in rural areas.In the urban centres like Pune, Nagpur, Nashik and Aurangabad polling remained moderate till afternoon.