Seventy-five per cent of the 11 lakh voters in Nagaland today came out to cast their vote in the assembly elections, the Election Commission said.
When voting ended at 4 pm, voters were seen standing in queues outside polling stations, indicating that the poll percentage will go up.
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According to rules, those in queues are allowed to cast their votes.
In the last assembly elections, the voting percentage was recorded at a remarkable 90 per cent, Deputy Election Commissioner Sudip Jain told reporters.
A total of 11,76,432 voters -- 5,97,281 men, 5,79,151 women and 5,884 service voters -- are eligible to exercise their franchise in the Nagaland polls.