Karnataka Assembly Election: 23-year-old woman gave birth to a child at the polling booth, EC called it a rare case

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Karnataka Assembly Election: Karnataka election results will be out on May 13, but Wednesday marked a historic day for a woman to vote. The woman had reached the polling station to cast her vote. Then she started having labor pains. Seeing her condition, polling personnel and women helped her and got her delivered safely. After delivery, the woman has been admitted to a nearby primary health center.

Kampli Assembly Constituency Case

This case pertains to Korlagundi village of Kampli assembly constituency. A 23-year-old woman named Manila arrived at polling station number 228 to cast her vote on Wednesday. She was in line, when she started having labor pains. The election officials and the people present there were surprised to see this.

The polling booth staff immediately swung into action and took him to an adjacent room. where women gave birth. After delivery, both mother and child are said to be healthy. Manila has been admitted to the primary health center after giving birth.

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65.69 percent polling in Karnataka

The Election Commission has termed it as a rare case. Karnataka recorded 65.69 per cent polling on Wednesday. Ramnagar recorded the highest polling of 78.22 per cent in the 224-member assembly. While the lowest turnout was recorded in Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) south limits (parts of Bengaluru city) at 48.63 per cent. The state is mainly witnessing a triangular contest between the ruling BJP, Congress and former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda’s Janata Dal (Secular).

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