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Final electoral rolls of Kokrajhar district published

By Correspondent

KOKRAJHAR, March 21 � The final electoral rolls of 12 BTC council constituencies of Kokrajhar district have been published.

The State Election Commission as per the provision of Rule 11 of the BTC (Election) Rules, 2004, has notified the time schedule for preparation and publication of constituency wise electoral roll for smooth conduct of the election to the council which will be held on April 8 next.

There are 12 council constituencies in Kokrajhar district namely Srirampur (Non-ST), Guma (Open), Saraibil (ST), Kachugaon (ST), Jomduar (ST), Fakiragram (Non-ST), Banargaon (ST), Dotma (ST), Debargaon (ST), Salakati (ST), Baokhungri (ST) and Parbatjhora (ST) of which six constituencies fall under Gossaigaon subdivision, five in Kokrajhar and one in Parbatjhora subdivision.

There are 73 polling stations in Fakiragram constituency against 60,604 voters, 63 polling stations against 47,920 voters in Banargaon constituency, 73 polling stations against 55,200 voters in Debargaon constituency, 52 polling stations against 41,030 voters in Baokhungri constituency and 56 polling stations against 43,764 voters in Salakati constituency in Kokrajhar subdivision while 66 polling stations against 55,277 voters in Parbatjhora constituency.

On the other hand in the six constituencies under Gossaigaon subdivision, there are 63 polling stations against 50,002 voters in Guma constituency, 49 polling stations against 39,051 voters in Srirampur constituency, 57 polling stations against 43,875 voters in Jomduar constituency, 71 polling stations against 51,683 voters in Saraibil constituency, 72 polling stations against 51,457 voters in Kachugaon constituency and 59 polling stations against 46,286 voters in Dotma constituency.

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Final electoral rolls of Kokrajhar district published

KOKRAJHAR, March 21 � The final electoral rolls of 12 BTC council constituencies of Kokrajhar district have been published.

The State Election Commission as per the provision of Rule 11 of the BTC (Election) Rules, 2004, has notified the time schedule for preparation and publication of constituency wise electoral roll for smooth conduct of the election to the council which will be held on April 8 next.

There are 12 council constituencies in Kokrajhar district namely Srirampur (Non-ST), Guma (Open), Saraibil (ST), Kachugaon (ST), Jomduar (ST), Fakiragram (Non-ST), Banargaon (ST), Dotma (ST), Debargaon (ST), Salakati (ST), Baokhungri (ST) and Parbatjhora (ST) of which six constituencies fall under Gossaigaon subdivision, five in Kokrajhar and one in Parbatjhora subdivision.

There are 73 polling stations in Fakiragram constituency against 60,604 voters, 63 polling stations against 47,920 voters in Banargaon constituency, 73 polling stations against 55,200 voters in Debargaon constituency, 52 polling stations against 41,030 voters in Baokhungri constituency and 56 polling stations against 43,764 voters in Salakati constituency in Kokrajhar subdivision while 66 polling stations against 55,277 voters in Parbatjhora constituency.

On the other hand in the six constituencies under Gossaigaon subdivision, there are 63 polling stations against 50,002 voters in Guma constituency, 49 polling stations against 39,051 voters in Srirampur constituency, 57 polling stations against 43,875 voters in Jomduar constituency, 71 polling stations against 51,683 voters in Saraibil constituency, 72 polling stations against 51,457 voters in Kachugaon constituency and 59 polling stations against 46,286 voters in Dotma constituency.