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7,42,799 voters to exercise franchise in Baksa district

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JALAH, Dec 5 - A total of 7,42,799 voters will exercise their franchise in 20 Mathanguri (Open), 21 Salbari (ST), 22 Koklabari (ST), 23 Dihira (Open), 24 Mushalpur (ST), 25 Baganpara (ST), 26 Darangajuli (ST), 27 Nagrijuli (Non-ST), 28 Goibari (ST), 29 Suklai Serfang (ST) and 30 Goreswar (ST) BTCC within Baksa district on December 7 next.

Out of these, 3,78,053 are male voters and 3,64,746 are female voters.

In 20 Mathanguri (Open) BTCC, 64,484 voters will cast their votes, of which 33,565 are males and 30,919 female voters. The administration has already set up 78 polling stations, of which 14 are very sensitive, 28 sensitive and remote and the rest 32 comparatively safe.

The candidates are Akhtara Ahmed (BPF), Gautam Das (BJP), Julhas Uddin (CPI-M), Farhad Uddin (AIUDF), Rafikul Islam (VPI) Sajahal Ali Ahmed (UPPL), Subal Chandra Das (BGP), Ibrahim Ali (Independent,Gajibar Rahman (Independent), Dharanidhar Das (Independent), Makhan Swargiyari (Independent) and Rahi Rajbangshi (Independent).

In 21 Salbari (ST) BTCC, 71,292 voters will cast their votes, of which 36,904 are males and 34,388 female voters. Of 95 polling stations, 28 are very sensitive, 45 sensitive and remote and the rest 22 comparatively safe.

The candidates are Jay Muchahary (BPF), Biswajit Basumatary (INC), Binod Muchahary (UPPL) and Chakradhar Das (Independent).

In 22 Koklabari (ST) BTCC, 71,342 voters will cast their votes in 97 polling stations. The voters include 35,440 males and 35,902 females. Among the polling stations, 36 are very sensitive, 41 sensitive and remote and the rest 20 comparatively safe. The candidates are Dhiren Boro (BPF), Promod Boro (UPPL), Banama Basumatary (VPI) and Mridul Das (Independent).

In 23 Dihira (Open) BTCC, 64,741 voters will exercise their franchise, of which 32,593 are males and 32,148 female voters. In all, 87 polling stations have been set up, of which 30 are very sensitive, 53 sensitive and remote and the rest 3 comparatively safe.

The candidates are Constantain Tirki (BJP), Sarala Das (INC), Rajesh Baral (BPF), Ajit Gayari (VPI), Jagadish Ramchiary (UPPL), Ghanashyam Das (Independent) and Munsing Brahma (Independent).

In 24 Mushalpur (ST) BTCC, 75,159 voters will exercise their franchise, of which 37,993 are males and 37,166 female voters. The administration has already set up 93 polling stations, of which 21 are very sensitive, 51 sensitive and remote and the rest 21 comparatively safe. The candidates are Answumi Khunghur Boro (BPF), Rakesh Brahma (UPPL) and Khanin Deka (Independent).

In 25 Baganpara (ST) BTCC, 80,335 voters will cast their votes, of which 40,924 are males and 39,411 female voters. In all, 100 polling stations have been set up, of which 35 are very sensitive, 54 sensitive and remote and the rest 10 comparatively safe.

The candidates are Arati Bardalai (BJP), Phalindra Basumatary (BPF), Kati Ram Boro (UPPL), Sarojani Basumatary (VPI), Diju Kumar Boro (Independent) and Trishna Medhi (Independent)

In 26 Darangajuli (ST) BTCC, 63,388 voters will cast their votes, of which 32,084 are males and 31,304 female voters. A total of 75 polling stations have been set up, of which 10 are very sensitive, 18 sensitive and remote and the rest 6 comparatively safe.

The candidates are Deben Boro (BJP), Bijit Gwra Narzary (BPF), Dharati Rabha (VPI), Phanindra Narzary (UPPL), Banamali Rabha (Independent) and Samindra Deka (Independent)

In 27 Nagrijuli (Non-ST) BTCC, 51,463 voters will exercise their franchise, of which 26,543 are males and 24,920 female voters. A total of 62 polling stations have been set up. Among these, 10 are very sensitive, 21 sensitive and remote and the rest 8 comparatively safe.

The candidates are Jesmina Begam (INC), Dharma Narayan Das (BJP), Sushil Das (UPPL), Alauddin Ahmed (Independent), Daniel Mardil (Independent), Dhaneswari Mardi (Independent), Nilomoni Rajbonshi (Independent) and Rabindra Biswas (Independent).

In 28 Goibari (ST) BTCC, 70,358 voters will cast their votes, of which 35,940 are males and 34,418 female voters. The administration has set up 87 polling stations, of which 12 are very sensitive, 18 sensitive and remote, while the rest 6 are comparatively safe. The candidates are Chandi Basumatary (BPF), Hemanta Kumar Rabha (BJP), Promod Boro (UPPL), Maheswar Rabha (VPI), Dilip Kumar Sarania (Independent) and Rabin Rabha (Independent).

In 29 Suklai Serfang (ST) BTCC, 55,227 voters will exercise their franchise, of which 28,478 are males and 26,749 female voters. Among 68 polling stations, 13 are sensitive, 50 sensitive and remote, while the rest 5 are comparatively safe.

The candidates are Ganesh Kachari (BPF), Ranendra Narzary (BJP), Pradip Narzary (UPPL) Mohan Deka (VPI) and Manindra Deka (Independent).

In 30 Goreswar (ST) BTCC, 75,010 voters will cast their votes, among which 37,589 are males and 37,421 female voters. Of 90 polling stations, 1 has been identified as very sensitive, 26 as sensitive and remote and the rest 9 comparatively safe.

The candidates are Karuna Kanta Bhuyan (CPM), Gajendra Chandra Boro (BJP), Maheswar Basumatary (BPF), Ramesh Boro (INC), Deepali Sarania Boro (VPI), Pabitra Kumar Boro (UPPL), Chanmal Deka (Independent), Nilakantha Deka (Independent) and Suresh Chandra Baro (Independent).

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7,42,799 voters to exercise franchise in Baksa district

JALAH, Dec 5 - A total of 7,42,799 voters will exercise their franchise in 20 Mathanguri (Open), 21 Salbari (ST), 22 Koklabari (ST), 23 Dihira (Open), 24 Mushalpur (ST), 25 Baganpara (ST), 26 Darangajuli (ST), 27 Nagrijuli (Non-ST), 28 Goibari (ST), 29 Suklai Serfang (ST) and 30 Goreswar (ST) BTCC within Baksa district on December 7 next.

Out of these, 3,78,053 are male voters and 3,64,746 are female voters.

In 20 Mathanguri (Open) BTCC, 64,484 voters will cast their votes, of which 33,565 are males and 30,919 female voters. The administration has already set up 78 polling stations, of which 14 are very sensitive, 28 sensitive and remote and the rest 32 comparatively safe.

The candidates are Akhtara Ahmed (BPF), Gautam Das (BJP), Julhas Uddin (CPI-M), Farhad Uddin (AIUDF), Rafikul Islam (VPI) Sajahal Ali Ahmed (UPPL), Subal Chandra Das (BGP), Ibrahim Ali (Independent,Gajibar Rahman (Independent), Dharanidhar Das (Independent), Makhan Swargiyari (Independent) and Rahi Rajbangshi (Independent).

In 21 Salbari (ST) BTCC, 71,292 voters will cast their votes, of which 36,904 are males and 34,388 female voters. Of 95 polling stations, 28 are very sensitive, 45 sensitive and remote and the rest 22 comparatively safe.

The candidates are Jay Muchahary (BPF), Biswajit Basumatary (INC), Binod Muchahary (UPPL) and Chakradhar Das (Independent).

In 22 Koklabari (ST) BTCC, 71,342 voters will cast their votes in 97 polling stations. The voters include 35,440 males and 35,902 females. Among the polling stations, 36 are very sensitive, 41 sensitive and remote and the rest 20 comparatively safe. The candidates are Dhiren Boro (BPF), Promod Boro (UPPL), Banama Basumatary (VPI) and Mridul Das (Independent).

In 23 Dihira (Open) BTCC, 64,741 voters will exercise their franchise, of which 32,593 are males and 32,148 female voters. In all, 87 polling stations have been set up, of which 30 are very sensitive, 53 sensitive and remote and the rest 3 comparatively safe.

The candidates are Constantain Tirki (BJP), Sarala Das (INC), Rajesh Baral (BPF), Ajit Gayari (VPI), Jagadish Ramchiary (UPPL), Ghanashyam Das (Independent) and Munsing Brahma (Independent).

In 24 Mushalpur (ST) BTCC, 75,159 voters will exercise their franchise, of which 37,993 are males and 37,166 female voters. The administration has already set up 93 polling stations, of which 21 are very sensitive, 51 sensitive and remote and the rest 21 comparatively safe. The candidates are Answumi Khunghur Boro (BPF), Rakesh Brahma (UPPL) and Khanin Deka (Independent).

In 25 Baganpara (ST) BTCC, 80,335 voters will cast their votes, of which 40,924 are males and 39,411 female voters. In all, 100 polling stations have been set up, of which 35 are very sensitive, 54 sensitive and remote and the rest 10 comparatively safe.

The candidates are Arati Bardalai (BJP), Phalindra Basumatary (BPF), Kati Ram Boro (UPPL), Sarojani Basumatary (VPI), Diju Kumar Boro (Independent) and Trishna Medhi (Independent)

In 26 Darangajuli (ST) BTCC, 63,388 voters will cast their votes, of which 32,084 are males and 31,304 female voters. A total of 75 polling stations have been set up, of which 10 are very sensitive, 18 sensitive and remote and the rest 6 comparatively safe.

The candidates are Deben Boro (BJP), Bijit Gwra Narzary (BPF), Dharati Rabha (VPI), Phanindra Narzary (UPPL), Banamali Rabha (Independent) and Samindra Deka (Independent)

In 27 Nagrijuli (Non-ST) BTCC, 51,463 voters will exercise their franchise, of which 26,543 are males and 24,920 female voters. A total of 62 polling stations have been set up. Among these, 10 are very sensitive, 21 sensitive and remote and the rest 8 comparatively safe.

The candidates are Jesmina Begam (INC), Dharma Narayan Das (BJP), Sushil Das (UPPL), Alauddin Ahmed (Independent), Daniel Mardil (Independent), Dhaneswari Mardi (Independent), Nilomoni Rajbonshi (Independent) and Rabindra Biswas (Independent).

In 28 Goibari (ST) BTCC, 70,358 voters will cast their votes, of which 35,940 are males and 34,418 female voters. The administration has set up 87 polling stations, of which 12 are very sensitive, 18 sensitive and remote, while the rest 6 are comparatively safe. The candidates are Chandi Basumatary (BPF), Hemanta Kumar Rabha (BJP), Promod Boro (UPPL), Maheswar Rabha (VPI), Dilip Kumar Sarania (Independent) and Rabin Rabha (Independent).

In 29 Suklai Serfang (ST) BTCC, 55,227 voters will exercise their franchise, of which 28,478 are males and 26,749 female voters. Among 68 polling stations, 13 are sensitive, 50 sensitive and remote, while the rest 5 are comparatively safe.

The candidates are Ganesh Kachari (BPF), Ranendra Narzary (BJP), Pradip Narzary (UPPL) Mohan Deka (VPI) and Manindra Deka (Independent).

In 30 Goreswar (ST) BTCC, 75,010 voters will cast their votes, among which 37,589 are males and 37,421 female voters. Of 90 polling stations, 1 has been identified as very sensitive, 26 as sensitive and remote and the rest 9 comparatively safe.

The candidates are Karuna Kanta Bhuyan (CPM), Gajendra Chandra Boro (BJP), Maheswar Basumatary (BPF), Ramesh Boro (INC), Deepali Sarania Boro (VPI), Pabitra Kumar Boro (UPPL), Chanmal Deka (Independent), Nilakantha Deka (Independent) and Suresh Chandra Baro (Independent).

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