West Bengal elections: 36.02 per cent voter turnout recorded till 11 am in 45 seats where polling is underway for fifth phase.

PTI | Kolkata | Updated: 17-04-2021 11:47 IST | Created: 17-04-2021 11:42 IST
West Bengal elections: 36.02 per cent voter turnout recorded till 11 am in 45 seats where polling is underway for fifth phase.
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West Bengal elections: 36.02 per cent voter turnout recorded till 11 am in 45 seats where polling is underway for fifth phase.

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