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Sunday, February 5, 2023

Around 13 per cent voting for the first two hours in all constituencies

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Panaji: Nearly 13 per cent voting was reported during the initial two hours of polling for both the Lok Sabha and three State assembly  constituencies in Goa.

As per Election Commission of India records, North Goa Parliamentary seat polled 13.14 per cent votes while in South Goa 13.12 per cent people turned out to the polling booths.

The voting remained peaceful and no long queues were seen at majority of the booths.

Mandrem Assembly constituency reported 13.05 per cent voting while it was 14.47 per cent voting in Mapusa Assembly constituency.

Shiroda Assembly constituency reported 13.18 per cent voting for the first two hours.

Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant along with his wife, Sulakshana Sawant, were amongst the first voters.

Goa Governor Mridula Sinha and her husband were also amongst the early voters at Dona Paula booth near Panaji.

North Goa Congress candidate Girish Chodankar, BJP North Goa candidate Shripad Naik, South Goa Congress candidate Francis Sardinha, South Goa BJP candidate Narendra Sawaikar and South Goa Shiv Sena candidate Rakhi Prabhudesai Naik were also amongst the first voters at their respective booths.

Both the AAP contestants Pradeep Padgaonkar and Elvis Gomes too voted during the first two hours.

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