CM village saw a 43 percent turnout, while the BJP was absent in Malerkotla.

Only 1,153 voters were counted out of 2,648 total votes cast by the village of Satauj . The turnout at Dhuris Benra village, which Mann had adopted in 2014 after becoming an MP for the first time, was 44% .

Patiala: The Sangrur Lok Sabha byelection bid's pomp and shine wasn't enough to raise the voter turnout in Punjab chief minister Bhagwant Manns' own native village Satauj beyond 43 percent.On Thursday, only 1,153 voters were counted out of 2,648 total votes cast by the village.Satauj is in the Dirba assembly group, while Dhuri, which had the lowest participation rate of 33 percent after Lehras 32 percent by 5 p.m., is represented by the CM.The turnout at Dhuris Benra village, which Mann had adopted in 2014 after becoming an MP for the first time, was 44%.Only 1,634 votes from the 3,643 total votes cast by Benra villager Simranjit Singh were received, or it should have been a model village by now, according to the villager.

Lehra, Dirba, Sunam, Bhadaur, Barnala, Mehal Kalan, Malerkotla, Dhuri, and Sangrur are the nine assembly segments.Malerkotla had the highest turnout of 36.4%, followed by Dirbas for 40.58%.The voting began at 8am and ended with a 1.6% turnout before regaining traction and defeating all segments.There was no BJP booth in Malerkotla where Muslims had opposed BJP spokespersons' remarks on Prophet Mohammad, which had now disappeared.

Gurmail Singh, the party's candidate, said he could gauge it by the workers' enthusiasm in the evening, as AAP's third victory in a row.The voters saw our three months of success and reported that they were pleased, he said.They want an end to the mafia.