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Jharkhand: Anti-Maoist campaigns yield results as many villages get local polling booths first time in 20 years, High voter turnouts

“Jharkhand: Anti-Maoist campaigns yield results as many villages get local polling booths first time in 20 years, High voter turnouts”, Swarajyamag, May 14, 2024:

“As the first round of polling in Jharkhand concluded on Monday (13 May), Singhbhum recorded the highest voter turnout at 63.14 per cent, followed by Khunti with 62.82 per cent, Lohardaga with 62.60 per cent, and Palamu with 59.99 per cent.

This year, following an intensive anti-Maoist campaign and the establishment of CRPF camps, polling booths were set up in Rengdahatu, Murmura, Tensara and Siamba, as per a report by The New Indian Express.

Voting proceeded peacefully under tight security, according to CRPF Assistant Commandant Jagannath Jena, marking the first time in 20 years that these villages had local polling booths……”

Read the full article at Swarajyamag.com

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