Dispur: The ultimate section of the Assam election witnessed a voter turnout of 78.29 per cent until 5:20 pm on Tuesday (April 6), the Election Fee reported.
South Salmara district registered the best voter turnout with 88.59 per cent polling, whereas Kamrup Metro witnessed the bottom voter turnout with 60.34 per cent polling.
The Mankachar constituency recorded the best voter turnout with 87.66 p.c polling, whereas the Gauhati East recorded the bottom voter turnout with 55 per cent polling.
Polling within the tea-garden state of Assam started on Tuesday morning with safety preparations in place.
This section will determine the destiny of 337 candidates throughout 40 constituencies of 12 districts within the state, together with the senior minister and Bharatiya Janata Get together (BJP) chief Himanta Biswa Sarma within the Jalukbari constituency.
Biswa’s constituency has witnessed 64 per cent voter turnout until 5:20 pm immediately. The Meeting elections for 126 seats are being held in three phases. The primary section happened on March 27, the second section on April 1.
The primary section witnessed a voter turnout of almost 77 per cent, whereas a voter turnout of almost 74.76 per cent was recorded within the second section.