Kerala Election 2021 Live: 47.28% turnout in Kerala so far, Mammootty has come to vote in this style

Kerala Election 2021 Live: 47.28% turnout in Kerala so far, Mammootty has come to vote in this style
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Kerala Election 2021 Live: Voters in the state will decide the fate of 957 candidates in Kerala, voting has started in 140 seats of the state assembly. Get instant updates ….

Kerala Election 2021 Live: Kerala’s 2.7474 crore voters will today decide the fate of 957 candidates contesting 140 seats in the state assembly. Voting gained momentum after noon and so far 47.28% voting has taken place. Let us know that the voting process was slow till nine in the morning and till then only 3.22% of the votes were cast. Film actor Mammootty also reached the polling station to cast his vote. Seeing them, the camera light came on. Read more – BJP Foundation Day: Prime Minister Modi on BJP’s founding day – BJP is not a machine to win, …

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Union Minister V Muralitharan B reached the polling booth at Ullur Kottayam in Thiruvananthapuram and said that this election would show a new direction in Kerala. Read more – West Bengal Phase 3 Voting Live: Mamata Banerjee Says Election Commission, Silent Spectator, Says Abuse of Central Forces

Kerala Health Minister KK Selja cast his vote at the Kannur polling station and said that the people of Kerala had seen the work of the government during Corona’s tenure.

Opposition leader Ramesh Chenithala cast his vote …

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan voted …

E Sridharan, known as Metro Man, went to the Ponani polling booth and cast his vote. E Sridharan is the BJP candidate from Palakkad assembly seat.

After casting his vote, Metro Man E Sreedharan said that the BJP would give an unprecedented performance in Kerala this time and there was no doubt about it. I will win with a huge majority from the Palakkad assembly constituency. There is a big difference in the image of BJP with my arrival.

According to the Election Commission, Kerala has 1,32,83,724 male, 1,41,62,025 female and 290 transgender voters.

The Left Democratic Front (LDF), led by the CPI (M), and the United Democratic Front (UDF), led by the Congress, are in direct competition.

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