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6 withdraw nominations at Baksa

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JALAH, March 29 � All total six candidates withdrew their nominations on Saturday. Two candidates withdrew their nomination in Dihira, one in Koklabari, one in Goybari, one in Mushalpur and one in Goreswar constituency.

Of the total 100, there is a lone women candidate Arati Bordoloi from Baganpara constituency.

Meanwhile the Baksa district administration has completed its preparations for successful holding of the elections. Altogether 6,27,783 voters will cast their votes in 810 polling stations across the district, of which 3,26,571 are males and 3,01,212 are female voters.

Constituency-wise, there are 66 polling stations under 20 No. Mathanguri constituency where 52,642 voters, (27,746 are male and 24,856 female) will exercise their franchise. 61,205 voters (31,827 male and 29,378 female) will exercise their votes in 77 polling stations in 21 No. Salbari constituency. 61,812 voters (33,300 male and 30,512 female) will exercise vote in 91 polling stations in 22 No. Koklabari constituency. Similarly, in 23 No. Dihira constituency, 55,604 voters (28,474 males and 27,130 females) will cast their votes in 76 polling stations. In 24 No. Mushalpur constituency, there are 86 polling stations with 64,009 voters of which 33,221 are males and 30,788 females.

In 25 No. Baganpara constituency, a total of 67,418 voters (32,366 female and 35,052 male voters) will cast their votes in 89 polling stations. In 26 No. Darangajuli constituency, total 51,611 voters (24,683 female and 26,928 male) will exercise their democratic rights.

There are 53 polling stations in 27 No. Nagrijuli constituency, which comprises 40,919 voters, of which 18,865 are females and 22,054 are males. In 28 No. Goybari constituencies there are 58,061 voters with 27,303 female and 30,758 male. In 29 Suklai Serfang constituency, total 47,677 voters (22,706 females and 24,971 males) will exercise vote in 58 polling stations and in 30 No. Goreswar constituency a total 66,825 voters (32,625 females and 34,200 males) will cast their votes in 80 polling stations.

Meanwhile the police administration has identified 157 polling stations as very sensitive, 442 as sensitive and 211 as safe.

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6 withdraw nominations at Baksa

JALAH, March 29 � All total six candidates withdrew their nominations on Saturday. Two candidates withdrew their nomination in Dihira, one in Koklabari, one in Goybari, one in Mushalpur and one in Goreswar constituency.

Of the total 100, there is a lone women candidate Arati Bordoloi from Baganpara constituency.

Meanwhile the Baksa district administration has completed its preparations for successful holding of the elections. Altogether 6,27,783 voters will cast their votes in 810 polling stations across the district, of which 3,26,571 are males and 3,01,212 are female voters.

Constituency-wise, there are 66 polling stations under 20 No. Mathanguri constituency where 52,642 voters, (27,746 are male and 24,856 female) will exercise their franchise. 61,205 voters (31,827 male and 29,378 female) will exercise their votes in 77 polling stations in 21 No. Salbari constituency. 61,812 voters (33,300 male and 30,512 female) will exercise vote in 91 polling stations in 22 No. Koklabari constituency. Similarly, in 23 No. Dihira constituency, 55,604 voters (28,474 males and 27,130 females) will cast their votes in 76 polling stations. In 24 No. Mushalpur constituency, there are 86 polling stations with 64,009 voters of which 33,221 are males and 30,788 females.

In 25 No. Baganpara constituency, a total of 67,418 voters (32,366 female and 35,052 male voters) will cast their votes in 89 polling stations. In 26 No. Darangajuli constituency, total 51,611 voters (24,683 female and 26,928 male) will exercise their democratic rights.

There are 53 polling stations in 27 No. Nagrijuli constituency, which comprises 40,919 voters, of which 18,865 are females and 22,054 are males. In 28 No. Goybari constituencies there are 58,061 voters with 27,303 female and 30,758 male. In 29 Suklai Serfang constituency, total 47,677 voters (22,706 females and 24,971 males) will exercise vote in 58 polling stations and in 30 No. Goreswar constituency a total 66,825 voters (32,625 females and 34,200 males) will cast their votes in 80 polling stations.

Meanwhile the police administration has identified 157 polling stations as very sensitive, 442 as sensitive and 211 as safe.