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Sambalpur: Sambalpur Votes Today; 8.27 Lakh Voters to Cast Votes in 948 Polling Centers

Sambalpur: Polling for the third phase of the Odisha elections is Today, and campaigning ended yesterday evening. A total of 8,27,463 voters will cast their votes in 948 polling stations across 4 assembly areas under Sambalpur district. The number of male voters is 4,10,450, while the number of female voters is 4,16,933. Additionally, there are 80 other (kinnar) voters. There are 6,483 more women voters than men in Sambalpur district.

In the Kuchinda assembly constituency, there are 1,08,727 males, 1,13,492 females, and 2 other (kinnar) voters, with a total of 2,22,221 voters. The Rengali assembly constituency has a total of 1,96,799 voters, out of which 96,961 are male, 99,815 are female, and 23 are other (kinnar) voters. Sambalpur assembly constituency has a total of 2,06,100 voters, with 1,03,298 male, 1,02,763 female, and 39 other (kinnar) voters. Similarly, in the Redhakhol assembly area, there are a total of 2,02,343 voters, including 1,01,464 men, 1,00,863 women, and 16 other (kinnar) voters who will exercise their rights this time.

272 polling stations have been opened in Kuchinda, 235 in Rengali, 189 in Sambalpur, and 253 in Redhakhol. It has been reported that there are 144 complex polling stations. According to the information received from the District Election Officer’s office, there are 22,658 voters aged 18-19. Arrangements have been made for 122 witness booths for women, 25 booths manned by youth polling officers, and 4 booths for the disabled. Similarly, 189 ideal booths have been installed, and 6,804 polling staff are employed at these booths.

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