Mizoram Witnesses Robust Voter Turnout of 49.97% in Ongoing Lok Sabha Elections

Northeast Desk, 19th April: In the ongoing Lok Sabha elections in Mizoram, voters have turned out in significant numbers, with a robust collective turnout of 49.97% reported across the state as of 3:00 PM. This surge follows an earlier report of 43.35% turnout by 1:00 PM, showcasing the active engagement of citizens in the electoral process.

The data, released by Dr. H. Lianzela, Additional Chief Electoral Officer and State Media Nodal Officer of Mizoram, provides a comprehensive breakdown of the voter turnout in each district. Notably, Lawngtlai emerged with the highest participation rate at 51.67%, while Aizawl reported the lowest at 38.09%.

The turnout statistics per district stand as follows:

  • Aizawl: 38.09%
  • Lunglei: 45.86%
  • Siaha: 43.80%
  • Champhai: 45.67%
  • Kolasib: 44.08%
  • Serchhip: 45.24%
  • Lawngtlai: 51.67%
  • Mamit: 45.64%
  • Khawzawl: 47.90%
  • Hnahthial: 43.73%
  • Saitual: 42.52%

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