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Assembly polls: Haryana records 65% voter turnout, 60.5% in Maharashtra

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Assembly polls: Haryana records 65% voter turnout, 60.5% in Maharashtra

Assembly polls: Haryana records 65% voter turnout, 60.5% in Maharashtra

Assembly elections in Haryana and Maharashtra concluded peacefully on October 21.

The results will be declared on October 24.

While Haryana recorded 65 per cent voter turnout till 6pm, Maharashtra recorded 60.5 per cent.

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