Phase 3 of the Lok Sabha Election 2024 witnessed a significant voter turnout of 64.4% across 11 states and union territories. Assam emerged as the frontrunner in voter participation, recording the highest turnout.

Assam Leads in Voter Turnout

Assam stole the spotlight with an impressive voter turnout of 81.61%, setting a remarkable example for other states. Despite various challenges, voters in Assam enthusiastically exercised their democratic rights. While Assam topped the charts with its high voter turnout, Uttar Pradesh recorded the lowest participation at 57.34%. Despite differences in turnout percentages, the electoral process proceeded smoothly across all regions.

Key Figures and Political Leaders

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah were among the prominent leaders who cast their votes during Phase 3 of the Lok Sabha elections. Their participation encouraged citizens to actively engage in the democratic process.

PM Modi Urges Increased Voter Turnout

Following his vote, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged citizens to enhance voter turnout and make the elections more vibrant. His call to action resonated with voters nationwide, emphasizing the importance of democratic participation.With Phase 3 concluded, the fate of 283 out of the total 543 seats in the Lok Sabha has been decided. The focus now shifts to the fourth phase of the elections scheduled for May 13, covering 10 states.

PM Modi Addresses Rahul Gandhi’s Remarks

Prime Minister Narendra Modi responded to Rahul Gandhi’s remarks, emphasizing the nation’s rejection of discrimination based on skin color. His statement aimed to address recent controversies and political discourse.PM Modi accused the Congress party of attempting to abolish reservations for SC and ST communities through legislative measures. His remarks sparked debates and discussions across political circles.

Stay tuned for live updates and comprehensive coverage of the Lok Sabha Election 2024, providing insights into the political landscape and electoral dynamics shaping the nation’s future. This rephrased article covers the key highlights of Phase 3 of the Lok Sabha Election 2024, focusing on voter turnout, political leaders’ participation, and recent developments in the electoral arena.

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