BMC Election 2017: Shah Rukh, Sachin, Devendra Fadnavis step out to vote in the polls
Sena claim tide in their favour in Mumbai
PTIFeb, 21 2017 20:05:47 IST
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Mumbai: Minutes after voting ended in Mumbai on Tuesday, the Shiv Sena and BJP rushed to claim a tide in their favour going by the turnout for the polls to the country's richest civic body.
In Mumbai, the polling percentage was 41.32 percent till 3.30 pm, closer to the turnout of 45 per cent in 2012. Though the final figure was not yet known, officials said the overall percentage will be higher than the last time.
Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis along with mother (C) and wife Amruta (L) show their ink-marked fingers after casting their vote during the Municipal election in Nagpur of Maharashtra on Tuesday. PTI
Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar along with wife Anjali Tendulkar display the indelible ink mark on their fingers after casting the vote for the municipal corporation election in Mumbai on Tuesday. PTI
NCP Chief Sharad Pawar casting his vote for the Mumbai Corporation Election near Mahalakshmi Temple in South Mumbai on Tuesday. PTI
Former India Captain Dilip Vengsarkar casting his vote for Mumbai Corporation Election at Worli Sea Face in South Mumbai on Tuesday. PTI
Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan shows his ink-marked finger after casting the vote for the Municipal Corporation election in Mumbai on Tuesday. PTI
Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi, along with his father Suresh Oberoi, mother, sister, wife and sons after casting their votes at Juhu in Mumbai on Tuesday. PTI
Bollywood singer Kailash Kher after casting his vote at Juhu in Mumbai on Tuesday. PTI
NCP MLA Hanumant Dolas with his family members display the indelible ink mark after casting vote for the municipal corporation election at Dasur village in Solapur, Maharashtra on Tuesday. PTI
Tina Ambani arrives at Dunn's Institute to cast her vote for the Mumbai Corporation Election in Mumbai on Tuesday. PTI
UP Governor Ram Naik (R) and his wife Kunda show marked fingers after casting votes for Mumbai Corporation Election at Goregaon in north Mumbai on Tuesday. PTI