On May 10, voters in Karnataka went to the polls for the state assembly elections. By 5 pm, the voters’ turnout was 68.93% in Dakshina Kannada and 73.75% in Udupi. Despite some polling booths in Mangaluru North Constituency experiencing unexpected delays, voters were determined to exercise their democratic right, with officials working diligently to address the issue.
These figures increased throughout the day, with 56.35% in Dakshina Kannada and 60.27% in Udupi at 3 pm, 44.16% in Dakshina Kannada and 47.79% in Udupi at 1 pm, and 28.16% in Dakshina Kannada and 30.26% in Udupi at 11 am. Officials are taking measures to expedite the voting process and ensure that every eligible voter gets an opportunity to cast their ballot.