Meghalaya on Monday recorded 63.91 per cent voter turnout till 3 PM in the state Assembly elections. Polling was underway in 59 of 60 seats.
Over 21.6 lakh voters will decide the fate of 369 candidates. Polling began at 7 am and will continue till 4 pm, while the counting of votes will take place on March 2.
Voting was underway in 3,419 polling stations, including 118 booths managed by all women managed polling stations.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Conrad Sanga cast his vote at Walbakgre under South Tura Constituency. The chief minister also appealed to all electorates to exercise their right to vote.
"Cast my vote at Walbakgre under South Tura Constituency with my family. If you have not voted yet, please exercise your franchise and #GoVote in your polling stations" CM Sangma tweeted
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