Raman Singh, enthused by more than 70 percent voting in Chhattisgarh, claimed 14 seats in the first round
Polling for the first phase of Chhattisgarh assembly has ended. Voted 18 assembly seats in the state. Voting was done on 12 seats of Naxal-affected Bastar and 6 in Rajnandgaon. This time, there was a lot of voting on Naxal-affected seats and many records were broken.
Election commissioner Umesh Sinha said that a total of 304 complaints have been received, some of which were found by CWill Apes. Election Commission has thanked the security forces and the media for peaceful polling. Election Commission said that 70 percent voting has been received so far in the state. Final voting figures are yet to come.
It is clear from this that polling has more than 70 percent. Heavy polling indicates that the threats of the Maoists who were telling the Congress star campaigner Raj Babbar revolutionary have not affected the voters. Encouraged by this, there has been a lot of truth in the claim that CM Raman Singh of Chhattisgarh has increased the 14 seats.
• Children from Pochapani village of Naxal-affected Chakulia in Jharkhand carry arrows and arrows while going to school so that they can defend themselves in case of Naxalite attack. Local people say, ‘Children have to go through the forest area where many Naxalites have been seen.’
Won democracy: Voting of surrender naxal couple Chief Election Commissioner OP Rawat said, “Nearly 900 polling personnel were transported through a helicopter so that they could be safely reached. 16,500 polling workers have reached polling station by road. I think all are in the situation that voting can be done peacefully. ”
103-year-old Soni Bai put the votes cast in Sukma Sony Bai’s son arrived in his lap with poling station The crowd is crowded out of the polling booths
• A 100-year-old woman who came to vote in Dronapal polling station of Sukma, a Naxal affected district.
Elections in the first phase of Tatsagarh assembly elections have ended. Encounter with the DPG team and the Naxalites, bringing the police back to the polling party. There are 2 Naxalites in this encounter. During the voting, the Maoists tried to create violence but did not succeed.
The deceased have been identified as Mitu and Joga. Both were working in Kangar Valley of Naxalite Darbhav Division of the deceased. Superintendent of Police Abhishek Meena has confirmed this incident. There was an encounter between the soldiers and the Maoists in Chintanar at 5:30 in the evening.
Polls have ended for the first phase of Chhattisgarh assembly elections. Strict security arrangements were made. The Election Commission announced dates on October 6. This is the fourth assembly election in Chhattisgarh. The state is going to choose its government for the fourth time.
Nearly one lakh soldiers of the security force were deployed for the first phase of the assembly elections in Chhattisgarh. In the state, the Maoists have opposed the election and have carried out many incidents in the last 15 days.