Jalalabad Polling at 86%, 3rd Highest


Punjab experienced record breaking voting today with some constituencies topping 85% voter turnout. The high voter turnout is a statement by the people of Punjab that they are seeking much need change. The election campaign of all the parties was on full gear to prepare for the most important elections in the last several decades.

4 constituencies recorded polling voter turnout above 85% including the hot seat of Jalalabad.

*Poll Percentage Punjab 2017*

*Pathankot*
1 Sujanpur 80 %
2 Bhoa 77 %
3 Pathankot 76 %
*Gurdaspur*
4 Gurdaspur 75 %
5 Dina Nagar 73%
6 Qadian 65 %
7 Batala 71 %
8 Sri Hargobindpur 67 %
9 Fatehgarh Churian 74 %
10 Dera Baba Nanak 79%
*Amritsar*
11 Ajnala 79 %
12 Raja Sansi 70 %
13 Majitha 68 %
14 Jandiala 74 %
15 Amritsar North 63 %
16 Amritsar West 58 %
17 Amritsar Central 66 %
18 Amritsar East 63 %
19 Amritsar South 60 %
20 Attari 70 %
25 Baba Bakala 70 %
*Tarn Taran*
21 Tarn Taran 72%
22 Khem Karan 62 %
23 Patti 75 %
24 Khadoor Sahib 71%
*Kapurthala*
26 Bholath 74 %
27 Kapurthala 75 %
28 Sultanpur Lodhi 78 %
29 Phagwara 66 %
*Jalandhar*
30 Phillaur 71 %
31 Nakodar 77 %
32 Shahkot 70%
33 Kartarpur 74 %
37 Jalandhar Cantt 68 %
38 Adampur 74%
34 Jalandhar West 72 %
35 Jalandhar Central 67 %
36 Jalandhar North 72 %
*Hoshiarpur*
39 Mukerian 71%
40 Dasuya 70 %
41 Urmar 74 %
42 Sham Chaurasi 75 %
43 Hoshiarpur 49 %
44 Chabbewal 63 %
45 Garhshankar 74 %
*SBS Nagar*
46 Banga 77 %
47 Nawan Shahr 76 %
48 Balachaur 72 %
*Ropar*
49 Anandpur Sahib 73 %
50 Rupnagar 74 %
51 Chamkaur Sahib 68 %
*S.A.S Nagar*
42 Kharar 73 %
53 S.A.S.Nagar 66 %
112 Dera Bassi 69 %
*Fatehgarh Sahib*
54 Bassi Pathana 77 %
55 Fatehgarh Sahib 84 %
56 Amloh 81 %
*Ludhiana*
57 Khanna 78 %
58 Samrala 81 %
59 Sahnewal 76 %
60 Ludhiana East 71 %
61 Ludhiana South 68 %
62 Atam Nagar 62 %
63 Ludhiana Central 69 %
64 Ludhiana West 69%
65 Ludhiana North 68 %
66 Gill 73 %
67 Payal 80 %
68 Dakha 82 %
69 Raikot 76 %
70 Jagraon 76 %
*Moga*
71 Nihal Singh Wala 78 %
72 Bhagha Purana 75%
73 Moga 67 %
74 Dharamkot 82 %
*Ferozpur*
75 Zira 85 %
76 Firozpur City 71 %
77 Firozpur Rural 83 %
78 Guru Har Sahai 84 %
*Fazilka*
79 Jalalabad 86 %
80 Fazilka 80 %
81 Abohar 76 %
82 Balluana 83 %
*Muktsar*
83 Lambi 78 %
84 Gidderbaha 87 %
85 Malout 81 %
86 Muktsar 78 %
*Faridkot*
87 Faridkot 79 %
88 Kotkapura 79 %
89 Jaitu 83 %
*Bathinda*
90 Rampura Phul 75 %
91 Bhucho Mandi 84 %
92 Bathinda Urban 73 %
93 Bathinda Rural 72 %
94 Talwandi Sabo 71 %
95 Maur 85 %
*Mansa*
96 Mansa 84 %
97 Sardulgarh 88 %
98 Budhlada 85 %
*Sangrur*
99 Lehra 83 %
100 Dirba 84 %
101 Sunam 84 %
105 Malerkotla 85 %
106 Amargarh 83 %
107 Dhuri 82 %
108 Sangrur 80 %
*Barnala*
102 Bhadaur 83 %
103 Barnala 76 %
104 Mehal Kalan 82 %
*Patiala*
109 Nabha 82 %
110 Patiala Rural 72 %
111 Rajpura 78 %
113 Ghanaur 81 %
114 Sanour 78 %
115 Patiala 67 %
116 Samana 83 %
117 Shutrana 80 %

Punjab experienced a record phone calls from countries worldwide in the last 7 days. The call volumes from Canada, USA, UK, Italy, and Australia were the highest.

The major telecommunication companies have released figured amounting to over 445 million phone calls to India in the last 7 days. The primary reason for the phone calls were particularly due to the Punjab Assembly elections.

The NRIs overwhelmingly called to remind their family members to vote in the assembly elections.

The numbers of smaller companies were released but just looking at the raw data it reveals the calls were distributed throughout Punjab in major numbers. Some of the areas to receive the highest call volumes were Ludhiana, Bathinda, and Jalandhar areas.

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