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Election-2019: Lok sabha election's 2nd phase voting begins... how hard the EC works??? [check it out]

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After the first phase of voting of 69.43% on 11th April in 91 constituencies of 20 states, the voting of the second phase has started.

In the second phase, voting is going on in total 95 constituencies of 12 states namely Assam, Bihar, Chattisgarh, Jammu & Kashmir, Karnataka, Maharastra, Manipur, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Union Territory of Puducherry.

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The voters are standing in long queues outside the polling booths to use their right to vote. There are also the expectations of today's voting be in a percentage higher than on 11th.

The election commission officials have worked very hard to set up polling booths in every possible corner of the country.

Whether it would be in the high mountains of Himalayas, Naxal prone areas of Chattisgarh, wetlands of Kerala, hot lands of Rajasthan-Gujarat, drought-prone areas of Maharastra, Karnataka & Andhra Pradesh, etc the EC tries its best to provide the voting facility to all the eligible Indians.

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The Polling began at 7am & it's scheduled to conclude at 5pm.

The entire Tamil Nadu state will vote today on 38 out of 39 seats where the main battle is between NDA [BJP + AIADMK + others] & UPA [INC + DMK + others].

Half of the Karnataka seats have polling today where the battle is direct between BJP & INC + JD(s).

While in Orissa, there is a triangular battle between BJP, INC & BJD.

The West Bengal has caught the eye of everyone as the 82% voting turnout in the 1st phase was definitely conveying the winds of change in WB.

While the voting on sensitive as well as super sensitive seats of Jammu & Kashmir, Orissa and Manipur is conducted under very high-security post the Pulwama attack.

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Over 15.8 crore voters will come out of their homes and cast their votes today. Stay tuned for more election updates!!!

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