The following is an attempt to visualize discrepancies in the numbers of votes reported as polled and the number of votes counted from EVMs.
The data of results is from the Election Commission of India website.
The data on votes cast per constituency for phases 1-4 is from documents the ECI had uploaded on its website and then deleted after questions were raised about the mismatched numbers. The files, however were archived immediately by alert activists and may be downloaded from here.
What is important to note here is that none of the data provided by the Election Commission so far is reliable despite their extensive assurances. There is no reason for data of voters who voted to change after the polling day. Data is provided in obscure ways that discourage analysis and on analysis, it is no surprise to find extensive mismatches.
A new map with more information on discrepancies is soon to follow.
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