Voting for the final and seventh phase of the 18th Lok Sabha elections began at 7 am on Saturday, marking the conclusion of the largest democratic exercise of electing the 543 representatives for the 18th Lok Sabha. 

 Jharkhand’s three LS constituencies recorded 29.55 per cent.Rajmahal recorded highest turn out with 30.04 percent. 

Dumka and Godda registered 29.24 percent and 29.39 percent. Top As many as 57 constituencies (General- 41; ST- 03; SC-13) across eight states and Union Territories are voting to decide the fate of 904 candidates. 

Polling for 42 assembly constituencies of the Odisha Legislative Assembly is also taking place simultaneously on Saturday. The states and union territories where polling is being held in the 7th phase are Bihar (8/40 seats), Himachal Pradesh (4/4), Jharkhand (3/14), Odisha (6/21), Punjab (13/13), Uttar Pradesh (13/80), West Bengal (9/42) and the Chandigarh Union territory. 

As voting closes, it would mark a grand finish to world’s largest polling marathon that began on April 19 and already covered 6 phases and 486 Lok Sabha seats. 

 The states and union territories where polling is being held in the 7th phase are Bihar (8/40 seats), Himachal Pradesh (4/4), Jharkhand (3/14), Odisha (6/21), Punjab (13/13), Uttar Pradesh (13/80), West Bengal (9/42) and the Chandigarh Union territory. 

As voting closes, it would mark a grand finish to world’s largest polling marathon that began on April 19 and already covered 6 phases and 486 Lok Sabha seats.

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