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Bangalore Election Chunav 2018 Voting Updates: The voting will close at 6 p.m as per schedule

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Bangalore Karnataka Election 2018 Voting Live Updates: The D-Day is here , after their collective efforts of wooing the voters towards them for over three months, Today the voters will lock their destiny. On an average,  the rural footfall to ballot centers in Karnataka exceeds from the urban areas. Will Bangalore break the record with #NoExcusesDay.
Bangalore Karnataka Election 2018 Voting Live Updates

Polling for Karnataka assembly elections ends

According to News18, cyber cafes and food joints in Bengaluru are offering attractive discounts to people who exercise their right to vote. This is to encourage voters as just 40% votes have registered till 1 pm

MLA aspirants and supporters took to social media to urge voters to come out before rains hit the city. Interestingly, the weather might by their no.1 villain today.

Bengaluru Urban records the lowest voting at 28% and Dakshin Kannada records highest with 47% till 1 pm

Polling was disrupted at St. Xavier’s Boys High School in Shivajinagar, Bengaluru, after one EVM malfunctioned in the morning. The replacement too malfunctioned.

According to state electoral authorities up till 11 am,Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts recorded the highest votes at 31 percent while Bengaluru Urban recorded the lowest at 17 percent.

Rain clogging in Bangalore hinders the voting speed.

Oh oh!!  Voting stopped in a polling booth in Hebbal,Bengaluru. A complaint was launched about EVM malfunction as the votes went to a particular party irrespective of button voters pressed. EC to take a call on replacing EVMs or ordering re-polling in the booth.

More:Karnataka Election 2018 Voting Live Updates: Voting embarked for 222 constituencies

A lot ride on Karnataka Assemblies election of 2018 as the result will be a milestone in predicting who has more competency for election 2019. 
On one hand, Congress is seeking a second term. On the other side, BJP is strongly aiming to further enhance their pan-Indian winning streak by concurring in the South, a region where it is not ruling now. The Janta Dal is contesting polls in alliance with the BSP and the AIMIM.
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