In the Chhattisgarh assembly elections, the voting process has been completed on 20th November, but the dispute over the voting percentage is not ending. According to the latest data released recently by the Election Commission, 76.60 percent voting has been received in both phases. The figure was 76.35 percent earlier. In the second phase, there has been a change in the turnout percentage of 44 seats. In this, 18 percent voting has increased in one seat.
After changing the voting figures, it is a matter of discussion in political corridors. Its different meanings are being removed. Some people are watching it adding to it under the electoral process, while Congress has accused the mess. Final voting was released by the Public Relations Department for the third time after voting on 20th November.
The Election Commission has rejected the voting figures made by the Public Relations Department of the State Government. State Chief Electoral Officer Subrata Sahu said in the media that final figures were reported on November 21 after Madan on November 20, after which there has been no change in them. Subrata Sahu said that voting figures were made public in two phases on November 20 and 21. After this there is no change in these data.