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Check Approximate Voter Turnout In Srinagar Till Now

The voter turnout trend in Srinagar reflects varying levels of participation across different constituencies. In Central Shalteng, the turnout stood at 3.16%, indicating a relatively low engagement of voters. Conversely, constituencies like Chadoora and Chah-i-sharief recorded higher turnouts of 9.62% and 8.30% respectively, suggesting a more active participation from the electorate in those areas.

Channapora witnessed a turnout of 2.77%, indicating a modest engagement compared to other areas. Eidgah and Hazratbal recorded turnouts of 4.70% and 3.55% respectively, reflecting a moderate level of participation. Ganderbal, however, showed a relatively higher turnout at 8.83%, indicating a more enthusiastic response from voters in that constituency.

Habbakadal and Khansahib saw turnouts of 2.10% and 6.70% respectively, suggesting varying degrees of engagement among voters. Khanyar, unfortunately, recorded a 0.00% turnout, indicating a significant lack of participation. Lal Chowk and Zadibal recorded turnouts of 3.23% and 3.25% respectively, reflecting moderate engagement levels.

Pampore and Pulwama witnessed turnouts of 4.61% and 5.14% respectively, indicating moderate participation from voters. Rajpora and Shopian showed relatively higher turnouts of 5.87% and 7.03% respectively, suggesting a more active involvement of voters in those constituencies. Tral recorded a turnout of 3.70%, reflecting a moderate level of participation.

Overall, while some constituencies showed relatively higher turnouts, others displayed lower levels of engagement, highlighting the diverse voter behavior and participation patterns across different areas of Srinagar.

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