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Lok Sabha Elections 2024: Punjab records 62.80 per cent voter turnout for 13 seats

Lok Sabha Elections 2024: A voter turnout of 62.80 per cent has been recorded for the 13 Lok Sabha constituencies in Punjab, Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Sibin C said on Sunday. The 13 parliamentary constituencies of Punjab that went to polling on Saturday (June 1) saw an estimated voter turnout of 62.80 per cent, according to the data shared by the Election Commission.

As per the poll body data released on Sunday (June 2), Gurdaspur saw a voter turnout of (66.67 per cent), Amritsar (56.06 per cent), Khadoor Sahib (62.55 per cent), Jalandhar (59.70 per cent), Hoshiarpur (58.86 per cent), Anandpur Sahib (61.98 per cent), Ludhiana (60.12 per cent), Fatehgarh Sahib (62.53 per cent), Faridkot (63.34 per cent), Firozpur (67.02 per cent), Bathinda (69.36 per cent), Sangrur (64.63 per cent), and Patiala (63.63 per cent).

Punjab is all set for a four-cornered fight among AAP, the Congress, the Akali Dal and the BJP.

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