Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and Puducherry witnessed much-awaited war at the polling booths on Tuesday. These elections saw a high turnout at the elections, making the polls even more interesting.
The Northeastern state Assam witnessed the highest polling percentage with nearly 82.28%, followed by Puducherry and West Bengal with 81.64 percent and 77.68 percent of voting respectively.
On the other hand, God's Own Country Kerala and Tamil Nadu recorded 73.58 and 71.79 percent of voting percentage respectively. Elections in both the states were held in a single phase on Tuesday.
Expect for the incidents of EVMs and VVPATs reported in Assam and West Bengal, the elections in these states went peacefully without many issues and problems.
Tamil Nadu elections witnessed stars from the Kollywood industry stepping out and exercising their vote right. The stars urged the voters to use their vote right to bring the change.
One common point in these elections is the saffron party BJP, which wants to win the elections, if not be the kingmaker. May 2 will have the answers for the BJPâ€™s targets.