Kerala Local Body election results to be out tomorrow, counting to be held in sync with COVID protocol

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    Kerala Local Body election results to be out tomorrow, counting to be kept in sync with COVID procedure

    Postal votes, including the special votes surveyed by Covid-19 patients, would be counted initially.


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    In the 3rd and the final phase of the local body surveys concluded in Kerala on Monday, a voter turnout of 78.64 per cent was recorded. (File photo)

    Upgraded: Dec 15, 2020, 11: 50 PM IST

    In the third and the final stage of the local body polls concluded in Kerala on Monday, a voter turnout of 78.64 percent was recorded, according to the State Election Commission ( SEC). The SEC said that all arrangements have been produced the counting of votes to be hung on December 16, which will start at 8 am.

    Counting would be kept in sync with the COVID-19 protocol. Postal votes, including the unique votes polled by COVID-19 patients, would be counted first. Counting of votes surveyed to the three-tier panchayaths would be held at the block-level centres where the electronic voting makers are kept in safe custody. Counting to municipalities and corporations would be held in the respective regional body where the makers are kept.

    An overall of 70,27,534 people, including 32,87,029 males, 37,40,486 women and 19 transgender people cast their votes in the 4 districts. Polling for 6,867 wards in 354 regional bodies held from 7 am to 6 pm on Monday.

    Kozhikode district tape-recorded the highest turnout with 79 percent, followed by Malappuram (7887) and Kannur (7857).

    Kasaragod tape-recorded the most affordable voter turnout with 77.17 per cent.

    In the first phase of Kerala regional body polls held in five districts, a 72.67 per cent voter turnout was tape-recorded.

    Kerala taped 76.38 percent voter turnout in the 2nd stage of regional body elections kept in 5 districts.

    In a tri-corned battle in between Left Democratic Front (LDF), United Democratic Front (UDF) and National Democratic Alliance (NDA), the regional body elections are seen as a pointer to the assembly elections set up in May,2021

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