The seventh phase of West Bengal assembly polls was held peacefully with an approximated voter turnout of 75.06 for every cent until five pm on Monday, in accordance to the Election Fee.
Voting commenced at seven am on Monday amid restricted safety and concluded at six pm.
Voting was held in 11,376 polling stations spread across 34 assembly constituencies in five districts.
Among the the 34 constituencies that went to polls in Period-VII, six are in Dakshin Dinajpur, six in Malda, nine in Murshidabad, nine in Paschim Bardhaman and four in Kolkata.
Among the the five districts, Murshidabad recorded the maximum voter turnout of eighty.37 for every cent until five pm. The most affordable voter turnout was noticed in Kolkata South with 60.03 for every cent.
Constituency-intelligent, Raninagar in the Murshidabad district recorded the maximum voter turnout of eighty four.35 for every cent followed by Bhagabangola at 83.fifty for every