Phase 2 polls in Assam sees 70% peaceful voting

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Phase 2 polls in Assam sees 70% peaceful voting

No ULFA or Boroland group threats could keep the voters in Assam from casting their votes in a peaceful manner across the state in second round of Assembly polls on Monday.

Assam recorded 70% voting in the second phase. The first phase had seen 73% voting on April 4th. With the second round of polls, Assam assembly elections have now come to an end, and the Assembly election results will be declared on May 13th.

It’s really a shame that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his wife Gursharan Kaur did not go to vote. PM and his wife have their names in the voters list in Assam, and when you ask the common people to come out and vote, it’s really weird to see that country’s PM doesn’t follow the same.

Kerala, Pondicherry and Tamil Nadu will go to polls tomorrow, April 13th. West Bengal will start its six phase poll from April 18th.

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