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Breaking News: We created a world record of voting, 64.3 crore people voted, the Election Commission gave information in a press conference.

The Election Commission is holding a press conference a day before the counting of votes for the Lok Sabha elections on June 4. This may be the first time in the electoral history of the country that the Election Commission has called a press conference at the end of the elections. Chief Election Commissioner Rajeev Kumar has claimed that more than 64 crore people have voted this time.
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Election Commission is holding a press conference today, a day before the counting of votes for the Lok Sabha elections. Chief Election Commissioner Rajeev Kumar thanked the voters. The Election Commission said that 64.2 crore people have voted. At that time, I salute all the voters who voted even in the midst of this intense heat.

 64.2 crore people voted

The Election Commission has said that we have broken the world record of voting and 31.2 crore women have voted. Chief Election Commissioner Rajeev Kumar said, 'There are memes made on us in social media, many gentleman type tags are missing. We will try to answer all the questions, whatever happened during the seven stages. This time we have. A world record has been set.

ECI Rajeev Kumar said, 'We tried our best throughout the elections to ensure that there was no misrepresentation against any woman... If it happened, we issued strict instructions.'

Election Commission made  history

The Lok Sabha elections were held in seven phases, starting on 19 April and ending on 1 June. Perhaps for the first time, the Election Commission is going to hold a press conference after the polls are over.

Press conference before counting of votes

A day before the counting of Lok Sabha elections on June 4, the Election Commission is scheduled to hold a press conference today at 12.30 pm in Delhi. This may be the first time in the electoral history of the country that the Election Commission has called a press conference at the end of the elections.

We checked everyone's helicopters'

Chief Election Commissioner Rajeev Kumar said, 'We have turned a blind eye on money power. There was no major incident of distribution of money, freebies, liquor and other items. The administration has shown strength and seized drugs worth Rs 4391 crore. There was no one whose helicopter was not checked, be it a Union Minister or a party president 495 major complaints of code of conduct violations were resolved, which is 90% of the total complaints.

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