Surprisingly, the highest voter turnout - 62 per cent - was notched in the Maoist-affected Gadchiroli-Chimur and the lowest - 52 per cent - in Ramtek (reserved for SCs).
The two seats had recorded 69.88 and 62.62 per cent voting respectively in the 2014 polls.
The other constituencies' voting percentages figures were: Bhandara-Gondiya (61 per cent against 72.3 in 2014), Chandrapur (56 per cent against 63.28), Wardha (56 against 64.79), Nagpur (54 per cent against 57.08) and Yavatmal-Washim (55 against 59.25).
A total 116 candidates were in the fray for these seven constituencies on Thursday.
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