Ludhiana records 22.19% voter turnout by 11 AM in Punjab Lok Sabha polls

In a trend similar to other constituencies, Ludhiana is also seeing a higher voter percentage in villages than in cities.

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In the seventh phase of  Lok Sabha Elections 2024, Punjab witnessed the voting for 13 Lok Sabha seats and the sole seat of Chandigarh. The Lok Sabha Elections 2024 results will be announced on 4th June. Everyone is eagerly waiting to witness who wins from each constituency. In Ludhiana constituency voter turnout of 22.19% was recorded. However, a similar trend to Amritsar and Jalandhar was seen where villages saw a higher turnout than cities. Dakha saw the highest turnout of 24.20% while Ludhiana South recorded the lowest at 18.26%.

Congress is keeping its eye on the most significant seat i.e. Ludhiana. Congress’s victory from Ludhiana is crucial as party President Amrinder Singh Raja Warring contested from this seat.

When we talk about biggest face-offs in Punjab’s Lok Sabha Elections, then the list is incomplete without Ludhiana. The major candidates that contested from Ludhiana’s Lok Sabha seat were Congress President Amrinder Singh Raja Warring. Ashok Prashar was chosen to represent AAP from Ludhiana. Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) chose Ravneet Bittu for the LS Polls as he is a popular face in Ludhiana. The major fight for the seat will be between Congress and AAP i.e. Amrinder Singh Raja Warring and Ashok Parashar Pappi. However, till the last date the dynamics of this seat kept on changing which somewhere made it difficult for political experts to make a firm decision on who could win.

Ludhiana has in total 1842 polling stations. The constituency consists of 9,22,005 males, 8,06,484 females and 130 transgenders making a total of 17,28,619 voters.