Puducherry Election 2021 Live: UPA or NDA in Puducherry, polling for 30 seats, with only 0.38% of votes till 9 pm

Puducherry Election 2021 Live: UPA or NDA in Puducherry, polling for 30 seats, with only 0.38% of votes till 9 pm
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Puducherry Election 2021 Live: Only 0.38% of the votes cast for the 30 seats in the Puducherry Assembly were cast by 9am today. Will the UPA return to the polls or will the NDA get power? Get instant updates …..

Puducherry Election 2021 Live: The voting process for 30 assembly seats in Puducherry has been going on since this morning. The voting process was very slow till nine in the morning and only 0.38% of the votes were cast in two hours. Explain that a total of 324 candidates are in the fray for the 30 assembly constituencies in Puducherry. The main competition in the ongoing elections in the state is between the Congress and the BJP. Just last month, after the state Congress government fell, the BJP is now trying to seize power for the first time. Read more – Assembly Election 2021: Voting in all five states today, in the last phase of Assam and in the third phase in Bengal

The UPA will return to Puducherry or the NDA will win

There are 324 candidates in the fray for the 30 seats in the Puducherry Assembly today and the main contest is between the Congress alliance and the BJP alliance. In such a situation, the question arises as to whether the people of the state will elect the BJP alliance or whether the Congress-DMK alliance will return. Read more – Puducherry Assembly Election 2021: BJP Leader Amit Shah Road Show in Puducherry

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Former Chief Minister of Puducherry and Congress leader V. Narayanasamy went to the polls this morning and cast his vote.

Puducherry Congress president N Rangaswamy came to the Government Boys Middle School in Thislet on Tuesday morning to cast his vote. Earlier, he also went to the temple and prayed.

Puducherry BJP president and Lopet assembly constituency candidate V Saminathan voted.

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