Maharastra assembly elections 2019: Low voter turnout recorded in first 3 hours
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India, Oct. 21 -- Maharashtra witnessed a low turnout of voters on Monday as 5.69% people came in to vote in the first three hours of polling in the 288 assembly constituencies across the state, official data showed.
In Mumbai Island city it was 5.14% and the suburbs recorded a turnout of 5.77%, officials said.
Maharashtra recorded a 55.23% voter turnout with Mumbai clocking 57.32% for the Lok Sabha elections, less than five months ago.
However, the state's performance in the previous assembly elections of 2014 was much better with a voter turn out of 63.38% and 51.21% in Mumbai.
The voting activity picks up in the second half of the day, according to past records.
Rain was reported in several places and the India Meteorological Depa...
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