1.20 crore voters eligible to cast their votes in Haryana

A total of over 1.20 crore electors including 65.78 lakh men and 54.84 lakh women are eligible to would cast their vote in the upcoming Lok sabha elections in Haryana.

Written by Agencies | Chandigarh | Published:March 9, 2009 5:33 pm

A total of over 1.20 crore electors including 65.78 lakh men and 54.84 lakh women are eligible to would cast their vote in the upcoming Lok sabha elections in Haryana.

These electors included 58,038 as compared to it,during the general elections of 2004,there were over 1.23 crore electors in the State. These included over 66.60 lakh men and about 56.60 lakh women.

For the general elections of 2009,as many as 12,835 polling stations will be set up in all the 10 Parliamentary Constituencies of the state to enable the people cast their vote when polling would be held on May 7.

As compared to it,12574 polling stations were set up in the State for general elections of 2004.

Sirsa Parliamentary Constituency (SC) tops with a maximum number of 13,08,567 electors whereas Sonipat Parliamentary Constituency has the lowest number of electors that is 10,98,320.

Also,Sirsa Parliamentary Constituency has the highest number of men voters at 7,05,542 and Sonipat Parliamentary Constitutency has the lowest number of 6,07,290 men voters among all the ten constituencies in the State.

Similarly,in case of women voters,Sirsa Parliamentary Constituency has their highest number of 6,03,025 and Faridabad Parliamentary Constituency has only 4,85,651 women voters,the minimum number of women electors among the 10 constituencies.

Ambala Parliamentary Constituency has a total of over 12.59 lakh electors with highest number of 1,72,404 in Ambala City Assembly Constituency and minimum number of 1,14,353 in Kalka Assembly Constitutency.

In Kurukshetra Parliamentary Constituency,there are over 11.68 lakh electors with highest number of 1,53,366 in Kalayat Assembly Constituency and lowest number of 1,07,633 in Thenesar Assembly Constituency.

In case of Sirsa Parliamentary Constituency (SC),over 13 lakh electors would cast their vote. A maximum number of 1,70,602 electors would exercise their right in Fatehababad Assembly Constituency,whereas a lowest number of 1,28,166 electors would be in Kalanwali (SC) Assembly Constituency.

Hisar Parliamentary Constituency has 11.92 lakh voters with highest number of 153779 in Uchana Kalan and lowest number of 1,00,881 in Hisar Assembly Constituency.

Karnal Parliamentary Constituency has a total of 12.14 lakh electors with a maximum number of 1,61,791 in Assandh Assembly Constituency and minimum number of 1,10,435 in Panipat (Rural) Assembly Constituency.

In case of Sonipat Parliamentary Constituency, there are more than 10.98 lakh voters with a maximum number of 1,36,568 in Baroda Assembly Constituency and a minimum of 1,11,030 in Sonipat Assembly Constituency.

In Rohtak Parliamentary Constitutency,there are 12.73 lakh voters with a maximum number of 1,77,406 in Kosli Assembly Constituency and a minimum of 1,26,569 in Rohtak Assembly Segment.

In case of Bhiwani-Mahendragarh Parliamentary Constituency,there are over 12.15 lakh voters with a maximum number of 1,52,160 in Tosham Assembly Constituency and a minimum of 1,03,733 in Narnaul.

Newly carved out Gurgaon 1,59,878,Sohna 1,27,801,Nuh 1,02,549,Ferozepur Jhirka 1,13,620 and Punhana 93,047.

Faridabad Parliamentary Constitutency has a total of 1,101,489 electors with a maximum of 1,38,081 in Palwal and a minimum of 1,13,441 in Faridabad NIT Assembly constituency.

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