Assembly Elections 2017: 24.35% voters turn up in Uttar Pradesh till 11 am
By F9 Team : 15-Feb-2017
UTTARAKHAND: The Uttar Pradesh state has reached to the second phase of the election. The Voting process has already begun across 67 constituencies in 11 districts. The polling took off from 7 AM but most of the electoral officials were still in the process of setting their ballot halls early this morning.
Tight security measures were established in the Uttarakhand, Moradabad and other constituencies. All the polling parties had reached to their respective electoral booths. The vice president Rahul Gandhi and Akhilesh Yadav the chief of the Samajwadi Party who were jointly campaigning in the elections are anticipating hopes from the ongoing Assembly elections. The second phase of the election had been crucial for the ruling Samajwadi Party as it has formed an alliance with the Congress party recently.
The electoral polling in India’s hill State Moradabad has evidenced triangular cut-throat competition amongst BJP, BSP and the Congress-SP alliance who are aiming to fetch victory on their sides.