Curtains decreased on Friday over the campaigning for 34 assembly seats in West Bengal elections 2021 which are scheduled to travel to the poll on April 26 within the 7th phase of elections 2021 being held amidst in coronavirus cases across the country.
Now campaigning for the last phase ended 72 hours before the polling on 26 April 2021. A total of 86,78,221 voters — 44,44,634 male and 42,33,358 women and 229 from the third gender are eligible to exercise their franchise within the 34 constituencies spread across Malda (Part I), Kolkata Dakshin, Murshidabad (Part I) for Paschim Bardhaman (Part 1) and Dakshin Dinajpur districts. Polling are going to be held between 7 am to six .30 pm as in other phases at 12,068 polling stations in nine assembly constituencies each in Murshidabad and Paschim Bardhaman districts, six each in Dakshin Dinajpur also Malda districts four in Kolkata Dakshin. Polling for 2 assembly seats in Samserganj and Jangipur are declared void following the deaths of two candidates.