Opponents accuse rigging of the Tripura by-elections' lowest turnout.

Highest turnout was recorded in Jubarajnagar constituency of North Tripura (83.12%) and lowest was recorded at Bardowali, home of chief minister Manik Sahas, at 71.13% The voting procedure was peaceful, despite a few stray incidents of abuse and manipulation . Opposition condemned the election as a joke by the opposition .

Agartala: Around 77.58% voter turnout in Tripura's byelections to four assembly constituencies, the lowest level since the 2003 elections.The highest turnout was recorded in the Jubarajnagar constituency of North Tripura (83.12%), and the lowest was recorded at Bardowali, home of chief minister Manik Sahas, at 71.13%.The voting procedure was peaceful, despite a few stray incidents of abuse and manipulation.In some locations, polling was postponed due to EVM problems.

We saw in Tripura today how the election was manipulated, according to West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee.After the Bengal elections, these same people were calling for the NHRC to intervene, according to the opposition.The election was condemned as a joke by the opposition, who said that BJP supporters had prevented a large number of voters from exercising their rights in the center of Agartala since morning, and that they did so in the presence of police.So far, however, no protests have been lodged by the Jubarajnagar constituency of North Tripura.