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KALAIGAON, Dec 11 - All arrangements are in place for the counting of votes for the BTC election in Bhergaon tomorrow.

According to a report, 350 poll officials have been lined up for the counting, which will take place from 8 am.

In Bhergaon subdivision, there are five constituencies � 31-Khawirbari (ST), 32-Bhergaon(ST), 33-Nonai Serfanf, 34-Khaling Duar (ST) and 35-Mwdwibari.

On being asked about the arrangements, returning officer Gokul Chandra Brahma informed that altogether 52 tables would be kept in the counting hall, which will be strictly monitored by 10 assistant returning officers.

�Moreover, the transit officers will coordinate with the assistant returning officers if any adverse situation develops,� he said, while giving a brief sketch on the preparedness.

Kushal Kalita, special officer on election duty, also spoke on the final preparedness in Bhergaon subdivision. He said that training sessions were arranged for both counting officials as well as polling agents at Bhergaon.

�Trainings were arranged for counting personnel like supervisers, assistants and micro-observers in order to ensure smooth conduct of the counting process. A training session was held at Bhergaon on December 10, where agents of political parties were given necessary instructions for peaceful conduct of counting at Bhergaon,� he said.

The training session was attended by Nirmal Ghosh, SDPO, Rittotam Bora, Circle Officer, Harisinga Revenue Circle, Tangla, and Nirmal Jyoti Sarma, AC, Bhergaon.

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All set for counting of votes at Bhergaon

KALAIGAON, Dec 11 - All arrangements are in place for the counting of votes for the BTC election in Bhergaon tomorrow.

According to a report, 350 poll officials have been lined up for the counting, which will take place from 8 am.

In Bhergaon subdivision, there are five constituencies � 31-Khawirbari (ST), 32-Bhergaon(ST), 33-Nonai Serfanf, 34-Khaling Duar (ST) and 35-Mwdwibari.

On being asked about the arrangements, returning officer Gokul Chandra Brahma informed that altogether 52 tables would be kept in the counting hall, which will be strictly monitored by 10 assistant returning officers.

�Moreover, the transit officers will coordinate with the assistant returning officers if any adverse situation develops,� he said, while giving a brief sketch on the preparedness.

Kushal Kalita, special officer on election duty, also spoke on the final preparedness in Bhergaon subdivision. He said that training sessions were arranged for both counting officials as well as polling agents at Bhergaon.

�Trainings were arranged for counting personnel like supervisers, assistants and micro-observers in order to ensure smooth conduct of the counting process. A training session was held at Bhergaon on December 10, where agents of political parties were given necessary instructions for peaceful conduct of counting at Bhergaon,� he said.

The training session was attended by Nirmal Ghosh, SDPO, Rittotam Bora, Circle Officer, Harisinga Revenue Circle, Tangla, and Nirmal Jyoti Sarma, AC, Bhergaon.

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