By election day, Agartala has the greatest voter turnout while Delhi has the lowest

Bypolls taking place in seven constituencies across the country . More than 45 percent voter turnout was recorded in each of Tripura's four constituencies .

New Delhi, India, June 23: With the voting taking place in seven constituencies across the country, the national capital recorded the fewest voter turnout since 1 pm, while the Agartala section of Tripura recorded the highest.According to the poll, more than 45 percent voter turnout was recorded in each of Tripura's four constituencies.Meanwhile, Tripura's capital, Agartala, saw the highest rate of growth at 12:30 p.m.The bypolls in these positions came as a result of the resignation of the legislators in two seats, the detention of an MLA in one, and the death of one of the MLAs midterm.

Officials said the CRPF and SSB would be at work at hyper-sensitive booths.The seat is a tribal reserved seat with a tribal population of 1.75 lakh in the 81-member Jharkhand Assembly.The ruling UPA has 48 MLAs, including JMM 30, Congress 17, and RJD one.The NDA has 28 MLAs, with the BJP having 26 and the AJSU two.