Amaravati: Polling for 8 MLC seats within the biennial elections for the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council has concluded on a relaxed word with the native government constituencies logging the absolute best voter turnout, an legit mentioned on Tuesday.
Polling used to be held for 3 graduates, two academics and 3 native government constituencies within the state on Monday.
The entire 3 native government’ constituencies Srikakulam, West Godavari and Kurnool have registered greater than 95 p.c polling with West Godavari recording the absolute best at 98.46 p.c.
Likewise, graduates’ constituencies in Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam have recorded a polling proportion of 60 whilst it’s 65 p.c in Prakasam Nellore Chittoor for a similar constituencies.
In a similar fashion, Kadapa Anantapur Kurnool graduates constituencies have recorded a polling proportion of 66 p.c whilst the similar districts below the class of academics’ constituencies have noticed a polling proportion of 89 p.c.
Whilst Prakasam, Nellore, Chittoor academics’ constituencies registered a polling proportion of 85 p.c.
A little bit over 10 lakh graduates have been eligible to vote within the graduates’ polls, 55,842 citizens within the two academics’ constituencies and three,059 within the native government’ polls.
Counting for the MLC elections has been scheduled on Thursday.