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Six Polling Stations in AP likely to Get Re-Polling: Violence triggered across some of the constituencies in Andhra Pradesh after TDP and YSRCP supporters exchanged words. Two people got killed in the clashes and several villages witnessed tensed atmosphere. Due to the technical glitches in the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) and violence in the constituencies, six polling stations may head to re-polling in the state. The voters waited till midnight to cast their vote and AP registered a record percentage of 80 in the recent polls. On the other hand, Telangana had a smooth polling but it registered very low percentage.
Due to the mock polls not deleted, there has been a huge confusion over the voters. Without deleting the polled votes, the election process commenced and the officials sent a report to the Election Commission which will take a decision on the re-polling. Most of them waited with patient despite of the hot temperatures in Andhra Pradesh. Though TDP and YSRCP leaders headed for fights, no unusual on tensed situations have been created because of Janasena supporters. The results are expected to be out on May 23rd.