In Uttar Pradesh, where polling was held in 55 seats in nine districts, the highest turnout was recorded in Saharanpur at 67.52 percent and the lowest in Shahjahanpur at 55.20 percent.
New Delhi: A total of 61.06 per cent polling was recorded in the second phase of assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh on Monday. Apart from this, 59.51 percent voter turnout has been recorded in Uttarakhand and 77.94 percent in Goa, where the assembly elections were held in single-phase. According to the Election Commission data, North Goa recorded 79.45 per cent while South Goa recorded 76.92 per cent voter turnout.
In Uttar Pradesh, where polling was held in 55 seats in nine districts, the highest turnout was recorded in Saharanpur at 67.52 percent and the lowest in Shahjahanpur at 55.20 percent. UP's Amroha district recorded 66.15 percent, Bareilly 58.82 percent, Bijnor 62.11 percent, Budaun 56.83 percent, Moradabad 64.56 percent, Rampur 62.31 percent and Sambhal 56.88 percent.
Haridwar recorded the highest voter turnout of 68.37 percent in Uttarakhand and the lowest 50.65 percent in Almora district. Whereas in Bageshwar 57.83 percent, Chamoli 59.28 percent, Champawat 56.97 percent, Dehradun 52.93 percent, Nainital 63.12 percent, Pauri Garhwal 51.93 percent, Pithoragarh 57.49 percent, Rudraprayag 60.36 percent, Tehri Garhwal 52.66 percent, Udham Singh 65.13 percent polling has been registered in the city and 65.55 percent in Uttarkashi district.
Polling is being held in one phase for all 70 assembly seats in Uttarakhand, in which a total of 82,66,644 voters will decide the fate of 632 candidates. In Goa, 11,56,464 voters decided the fate of 301 candidates for its 40 seats.
In Uttar Pradesh, around 2.02 crore voters will decide the fate of 586 candidates in 55 assembly constituencies across nine districts. These districts include Saharanpur, Bijnor, Moradabad, Sambhal, Rampur, Amroha, Badaun, Bareilly and Shahjahanpur.