West Bengal is witnessing second phase of assembly election today and despite reporting sporadic incidents of violence, the polling remained high. At 5 pm, the state has registered 80.43% voter turnout.
“Voter turnout is huge and if the current trend continues for 2-3 hours more then the state might witness more than 100% voting, clearly indicating Rohingya infiltration” said a news reporter under the condition of being anonymous.
Soon after the ground reports of huge voter turnout, the election commission has decided to close the voting at 6 PM making the voting percentage in between 80-90%. Election Commission took this decision to ensure people have faith in the organisation and the democracy.